Friday, 27 February 2009


The truly most annoying thing for a journalist, when writing about the EU; To write five bloody lines about anything EU related you have to read for at least two hours to even begin getting a picture or what the hell is going on.

Why are in it now again? Ohh yeah 60% of our trade is with the EU (ignoring the fact that we are all in WTO.)

Thursday, 26 February 2009

They knew it all along

It was said that the public were not interested in the EU, that is was far down their priority list, that it was boring and not part of their lives. Well the latest report
find that reducing the powers of the European Union is second and providing more to help families is third and the first is lowering immigration. It can all be read in this article:

So how about it masters? How about it?

The really interesting and rather funny thing is that the incoming government wont do anything about any of these issues because they do not have the power not the audacity to do so. During their incumbent year we will see growing (more than now, much more) disgruntlement amongst the public. As sure as the EU flag is draped with stars there will be violence a lot of it and this is all the fault of the government. If the public wants less EU and if the public wants less immigration you damn well give it to them - it is not your place to dictate what is best for them or what they want. Went the coming government has become as unpopular as the current then, perhaps, we might see a radical change in the way we are governed. It will most likely not be Labour who takes the rudder nor a transformed Conservative party it will be someone much more dangerous who in normal times would never be allowed to hold government. But because we are "democratic" country we have to accept the auspices of the ballot box. This is where the governments fall.

Wednesday, 25 February 2009


You fucking coward and spineless bastards (British Media) how dare you bend over for the powers that be. It is as clear as night follows day that Lord Mandelson is trying to privatise Royal Mail because the EU says so, read the law you stupid "journalists" (how dare you even call yourselves that...).

Don't believe me, well why would you I suppose it is not as if the government would lie:

Law is just another word without substance

Why is no one petitioning the Queen to dissolve parliament and call a general election. As the Act of Supremacy and the Bill of Rights put it: all usurped and foreign power and authority may forever be clearly extinguished, and never used or obeyed in this realm. no foreign prince, person, prelate, state, or potentate shall at any time after the last day of this session of Parliament, use, enjoy or exercise any manner of power, jurisdiction, superiority, authority, pre eminence or privilege within this realm, but that henceforth the same shall be clearly abolished out of this realm, for ever. If this is ratified and receives royal assent then the Queen is in breech of her coronation oath. The Queen has solemnly promised to govern the peoples of the United Kingdom according to the Statutes in Parliament agreed on and according to their laws and customs. The protection of our constitution, the bill of rights and Magna Carta still stand. Petition the Queen and invoke them. Our democracy, and therby our sovereignty, were not handed to us, we fought and won them. On this issue the Queen has every right to intercede on behalf of her subjects. It's why we have a constitutional Monarchy. The same applies to all EU treaties. Any treaty that affects the sovereignty of the people is an act of treason and illegal under the constitution. The constitution cannot be altered by parliament, government or the sovereign. Non are above the common law.

Tuesday, 24 February 2009

Bye Bye Blighty

"The Royal Mail is part of our heritage"

Which is probably why they have set out to destroy it. As various debates have shown recently there seems to be a plan to reduce this country to a place where the state has removed its self from having any obligations to its people, and the people are just there to pay bills , nothing more. So there is no British jobs for British workers, no rights for British people to have houses, its just a dormitory country for an itinerant workforce and so any institution which might give people an attachment to the place is ruthlessly expunged.

Monday, 23 February 2009

What is Leadership?

Sitting around waiting for the other guy to screw up and then win by default is not leadership. This Mr. Cameron you should bear in mind, the people will never be afraid of its government but the government should always be afraid of its people. Majority power is and will always be stronger than coercive power.

Wednesday, 18 February 2009

Not too soon but then...

You should not expect any of the mainstream parties doing anything about the EU for the coming 10-15 years, then perhaps or not. I am writing this as remembrance note to look at in 15 years to see in what political state we are in then. Will there even be a monarchy left, or did we sell that as well along with just about everything else which is publicly owned; democracy, liberality, DERA, airports, armed forces etcetera?

It will be interesting.

How many hurdles are left?

It is not long before we should start counting the inevitable entry of the Lisbon Treaty which created the Unites States of Europe or USE. Regardless of the fact that the constitution (for that is, as well all know, the Lisbon treaty) previously has been rejected by French and Dutch voters and subsequently also by Irish voters albeit in a different packet (see Lisbon Treaty). What is stopping it right now then one might ask.

- There Irish government has arrogantly and undemocratically committed itself to have another referendum on the treaty. Clearly a no could not be accepted, hell that would be too much like democracy. You can expect that they will win second time around easily with EU money flooding the doors of the Irish in forms of commercials favouring everything European. Not exactly a fair set-up for a referendum, then again we are dealing with the EU here so eroding democratic virtues are nothing we should be surprised by.

- Some fool hardy individuals in Germany have launched an attack on the Lisbon Treaty claiming it is unconstitutional. Of course it is unconstitutional in every single way but their foolishness comes from them believing that they could actually win against the mighty EU apparatchiks, you cannot unless you have a head of state who is committed to actually doing something substantial about the EU nonsense. This is also a dead end for anyone hoping that this might but sticks in the wheels for the EU project, it has already been won by the EU.

- The Czech lower house today voted 120 - 61 for passing the Lisbon Treaty and even though the ODS claims majority in the upper house they will also eventually pass it, like so many other governments said they would not or would have a referendum. Hannan's rule tells us just that all parties are eurosceptic outside of government but once they enter that realm they gold plate every single directive and replace their spine shackles and proudly proclaim "yes, I am your bitch" we all know to whom they are talking to as well. Anyone who knows anything about European history will know that scarcely has a european election of sorts passed by without the EU having a dirty little finger to play in the game in the form of money, money and more money to spread their pro-EU propaganda in the country in question.

These are the three hurdles and they will be overcome be so sure.

Friday, 6 February 2009

Manifesto of a belligerent blogger

  • Climate Change
  • -Repeal the Climate Change Act 2008

  • Defence
-At any time there should be at least three operational aircraft carriers with large support groups.

-Open or re-open one large military hospital for each service. They would operate primarily on the treatment of military personnel but when not at capacity will take on civilians as well so that funds are used as efficiently as possible.
  • Education
-Reintroduce grammar schools.

-Create a system of normal distribution for grading A-levels; i.e. only the top 5% will be awarded an 'A*', the top 10% an 'A' and so on.

-Replace GCSEs with its predecessor 'O-levels' or alternatively IGCSEs.

-Compulsory uniform for all pupils until and including their last day of sixth form.

-All Polytechnics and Colleges which were spuriously renamed 'universities' by the previous Conservative administration will be renamed and their scope refocused to their old practises.

-National Curriculum to cover only a single sheet of A4 paper per subject, no more and no less, alternatively scrap it altogether.

-Compulsory study of at least one foreign language until the age of 16.

-Compulsory schooling until 16 and remove the current requirement of 18.

-Make History part of compulsory subjects along with Maths, Science and English.

-Introduce a nation wide university entrance exam, pertaining to but not necessarily including, an essay in a subject of choice and subject specific questions and absolutely no multiple-choice questions.

-Remove the schools regulator, devolve their power to councils and drastically limit their scope to singularly focus on the quality of education provided by said establishment.

-As part of the UCAS application process, the statement left by the teacher or a person whom can vouch for said applicant, will be made inaccessible to the applicant in order to promote meritocracy and prevent any form of bias.

-Every single requirement placed on universities which can in any way be linked to social engineering will be scrapped; universities are to select on one thing, and one thing only: merit.

-Schools will be given the power to expel a student and once that decision has been taken it is final.

-Discipline will be reintroduced through-out the system and teachers and head-teachers will be ultimately responsible for the disciplinary standards in their establishment which means that they are open to lobby by parents who want stricter or lesser standards.

-Any education standards imposed by the EU will be scrapped however this is part of a larger resettlement of Britain's continued existence within the EU.

-Create an additional layer of sixth-form material for the brightest calling them 'S-levels' or special levels which are there to stretch the brightest to the breaking point and separate the bright from the brilliant. The S-level material will be on the same level as university material. Take maths for example the structure would be as such for the clever: A-Levels Maths, Further maths and S-Maths.

-Properly fund universities so that they do not have to rely on foreign students to cover their costs.

-Make English the lingua franca of all educational establishments. If a parent wants special tuition so that their child is taught his or her native tongue then they will have to pay for it.

-Make sure that no child is left behind; the slow learners will be given extra help so that they reach the minimum requirements i.e. the 'three Rs'.

-Make it abundantly clear to everyone within this field that everyone is not equally clever or bright, at the same time everyone is not equally dim either.

-No topic is to be taught in science unless it has been 100% backed by the scientific community, who will have a large say in the curriculum of its three constituent subjects; physics, chemistry and biology. Empirically proven science will be the bread and butter of this policy (if the Higgs boson is found this section will be updated to reflect that discovery).

-Make sure that Britain is consistently in the top 10 in the international subject league tables.

-Strive to get at least two more British universities onto the 'top 20' universities in the world.

  • Foreign/Domestic Policy (classification remains uncertain)
-Call a referendum on Britain's continued membership of the European Union.
  • Immigration
-Halt immigration into the UK for at least a year to sort the system out.

-Repatriate the currently 10% of the prison population who is foreign, in the process establish prison transfer agreements with countries that we currently have none with. Critics should take note that throwing around the racism tag to shut down debate on immigration is a very worn out trick by now.

-Employ more uniformed immigration officers.

-Reinstate the Primary Purpose rule removed by Jack Straw in 1997.

-Reinstate Embarkation controls partially lifted by the Conservatives in 1994 and completely removed by Labour in 1997.

-Count everybody in and out.

-Make it compulsory to have lived in Britain for at least 10 years before citizenship can be issued. If it is issued it is done on the provision that the applicant can communicate in english to a standard expected of someone who has lived in Britain for the past 10 years.

-Make proposals made by MigrationWatch pivotal to any new policy, as well as proposals made by the Cross Party Group BalancedMigration.

-Any preachers of hate, whether he be a radical islamist or from the KKK, will be banned for life from entering the UK again.

-Any foreign nationals who have committed violent crime in the UK will be deported and banned for life (as part of this the Human Rights Act will be removed from the statute books).

-Any decision taken by the Home Office with regard to failed immigration or asylum application, is final and cannot be challenged in a court of law.

-A deportation decision taken by the Home Office is final and cannot be challenged.

-Put immigration debate back on a healthy agenda with reasoned and informed debate. This government would make it abundantly clear that anyone who has an opinion about immigration is not, and probably never will be, a racist. The character assassination which previously followed immigration debate are to be discontinued by this government.
  • Justice
The guiding light of this government shall be the principle of "summum ius summa iniuria."

-Repeal the Human Rights Act

-Repeal the Equalities Act

  • Manufacturing and Business
-Repeal the Equality Act

-Remove at first 50% of the red-tape that is crippling businesses and in particular manufacturers. There should be nothing more than a sheet of rules and they should be no more than guidelines of how not to kill your employees. Currently the government does not seem to realise that employers do not want their workers dead either.

-Set corporate-tax in the band of 10-15% to encourage and attract new business to relocate and set-up new factories and wealth creation.

-Set National Insurance in the band of 10-15% to encourage employers to employ people without having to consider twice if they can actually afford to pay for them.
  • Pubs, Bars and Restaurants
-Smoking ban will be removed, landlords to get power to decide for themselves if they want to allow smoking on their premises.
  • Space
-Reactive 'Black Arrow' and 'Blue Streak.'

-Increase budget of UKSA by 500%.

-Create 'Space Fund' to invest in space related private sector research in the UK.

-Create a 'Space Division' within DSTL and at the same increase the funding to reflect the departmental increase.
  • Transport
-Renationalise all railways and operators; free market by all means but that is subject to it actually benefiting the people which the privatisation of the railways has not done. We subsidise train operators to the tune of £1billion a year and subsidise Network Rail by £4billion. Yet managers continue to pay themselves, private-sector salaries and bonuses and the companies continue to squeeze the travellers. That is why it is time to take the railways back into public ownership. It was a mistake to privatise them in the first place as it has allowed private companies to profiteer without regard for public interest.

"Contempt for the workers" Labour's new Platitude.

This is an extract from 'Worker's Song' by the American Celtic Punk band Dropkick Murphys. It rather breviloquently sums up Labour's attitude towards the British workers when they would rather protect large multinational corporations than their own people - despicable and beyond contempt. They call themselves socialists when their is nothing in the world that could be more erroneous.

Yeh, this one's for the workers who toil night and day
By hand and by brain to earn your pay
Who for centuries long past for no more than your bread
Have bled for your countries and counted your dead

In the factories and mills, in the shipyards and mines
We've often been told to keep up with the times
For our skills are not needed, they've streamlined the job
And with sliderule and stopwatch our pride they have robbed

We're the first ones to starve, we're the first ones to die
The first ones in line for that pie-in-the-sky
And we're always the last when the cream is shared out
For the worker is working when the fat cat's about

And when the sky darkens and the prospect is war
Who's given a gun and then pushed to the fore
And expected to die for the land of our birth
Though we've never owned one lousy handful of earth?

All of these things the worker has done
From tilling the fields to carrying the gun
We've been yoked to the plough since time first began
And always expected to carry the can

Blair please leave the Chair

Possibly we should thank Blair. He has created through his New Labour party some of the worst economic conditions the world has ever seen, landed the UK in two wars which the population at large does not agree with, taken the UK closer to the EU than any other PM before him (Maastricht and Major -no still not close, Rome and Heath still not close enough) contrary to popular opinion, slashed the armed forces and well why not post the full list it is easier:

Foot and mouth crisis (twice)
Farm payments
Pensions theft
Gold reserves (actually this was Brown's fault)
Tax credits
Iraq war
Under funded ill-equipped Forces
Home Office failures
Uncontrolled immigration (am I a racist for mentioning immigration, dear me)
NHS in tatters
School standards at the lowest ever
Thousands of knee jerk badly written laws
Rampant EU fraud
EU ignoring its own people
EU referendum promise reneged
Treaty/ constitution
Northern Rock
Lost data – child benefit and dvlc
Cash for Honours
Single families
Economy in complete tatters
First time buyers taken out of market
Rich and poor divide becoming bigger
Plenty of tax rises – both direct and indirect
Uncontrolled private sector
Crime out of control
Young deaths
Guns on our streets
Afghan war
Quangos controlling parliament
Financial crisis
Populist catholic (well he is just annoying me with this)

All in all (and there are plenty of more examples to be added to this list) Labour has destroyed this country beyond recognition. We now find Blair in America giving lectures about religion - this is a testament to his utter disaster and failure as a prime minister: He cannot lecture about one of the highest statesmanship in the world, he has to lecture about a subject which is completely irrelevant of his post as PM, religion.

What a useless man.

Thursday, 5 February 2009

Fatalist or just pragmatic...

It is truly an odd world we have come to inhabit today, one which we inherited from our ancestors of old. Britain is an old lady and with age comes responsibility, we should be able to claim that because of our old age we also have experience yet that experience is certainly not present in the political hiatus that now impersonates the very ruling of a society which has forgotten its place in the world.

Take William Wilberforce he died in 1833 and he was possibly one of the greatest if not the greatest MP of the house. Whilst some embrace Oliver Cromwell as the arch-protector of Britain, he should be honoured naturally, but we should hold in even higher regard the work carried out by Wilberforce. Because what he did not only applied to Britain but to the world, he set in stone those old human values which today have but in name eroded. We can refer to them and people will have a slight idea of which reference we are alluding to but since common hospitality basic human altruism have gone, people are struggling more and more to put a finger on what precisely human decency really amounts to.

The work of Wilberforce is now being unraveled in the very house he set the wheels of freedom to work - so that the same Right Honourable gentlemen, of the 21st century, could see them undone. When will the next Wilberforce come along and claim back the powers bestowed upon the so long ago, when will another one give the less fortunate a say in matters political and when will another bring back hints of the fin-de-si├Ęcle morals and ethics that gave this people such admiration world around. This is of course not a call to bring back the class system or anything of that sort just some decency would be nice for a change.

Wednesday, 4 February 2009

Idealism at its apex

"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win." Mahatma Ghandi (1869 - 1948)

Monday, 2 February 2009

Thouroughly Confusing

What is going on and what is happening?

Well lets just initiate this entry with a poll done not to long ago that showed that a large majority of the British population wants loser ties with the EU - what they were not told that in order to get this we would have to make concessions to the EU... that strikes me as contradictory logic: We want a loser grip with our master but our master has to get a harder grip somewhere else for that to happen. Whilst British fishermen are throwing overboard 800,000 tons of dead fish every year because of the Common Fisheries Policy (the TPA could tell you all about this..) - a rather unnerving feeling is starting to stir in the backwaters of society. Believe you me it is not only this writer who has started to sense this commotion but a fair few others.

The feeling is that of plain and simple, good and honest spine-work. When is Britain going to start standing up for herself again? The loss of empire does not men eternal incarceration by the rest of the world. Russia lost her 'empire' but 20 years ago she is already up and kicking and having a fuss with virtually everyone. Mockery aside when is the nation prepared to start thinking for itself in all matters politics. Time upon time are the people told what is best for them without even voicing their opinion or even that they might know what is actually best for themselves. No, whether it be American treasure hunters stealing British history - and getting away with it, or the EU imposing yet another law (we are told today that to date the EU bonanza has cost, in terms of regulation, the UK £150 billion pounds).

Why are they getting away with it? Certainly we know how to behave ourselves in the UK but that does not grant unsustainable levels of hospitality to anyone (and everyone) who tries to coerce the establishment into conformity. The Americans have a court-order from America saying that HMS Victory is theirs... how on earth can that bear weight over here? The Spaniards have already come to understand in what way the American treasure hunters view the history of Spain - with complete disregard for imperial history but solely in monetary means: the highest bidder may buy the history of Spain, because they say so.

And finally why is it that we (or rather the politicians) are taking orders from across the pond when clearly most people in their own country will have none of it. However it does not become of us to start grand revolutions in the name of this and that but people can only take so much ignorance from their masters before they act.

History ALWAYS repeats itself.

Sunday, 1 February 2009

The sheer Irony

How demoralising that government ministers of the once 'Great' Britain now have to go off begging to an external power in mainland Europe in order to try to get the law changed so that the British people can work.

One must but pose the question, are we the only ones who appear to see that the EU simply does not work? What must Gordon Brown be thinking now as he is flying of to Brussels in the [HOPE] (qualified majority voting and all that...) that they might change the rules so that Old Britain, with her cumbersome economy, might be able to employ its own people. It is odd that he is not questioning the very reasons for his flight:

Here he is at the starting point of the 21st century, his country has wholly and totally gone to the dogs and he is leaving for Europe to see the masters of the supposedly sovereign nation that he supposedly heads as PM? Notice the many sarcastic 'suppositories' for they are just that sarcasm - he does not control Britain more than a bald man controls the glossiness of his hair.

Eurocrats normally go for the argument that we need the EU for the common good. They often also proudly proclaim that they -the EU- have kept the peace in Europe thanks to the awesome might and influence of its very being.

Lets address some key points shall we.
-The EU (or as it was known back then the EEC) started of with 8 member states, EUROPE has 49 states - the ignorance to suppose that a few are to rule them all? This is not the Lord of the Rings, sadly for Saruman would then have been impersonated by EU Commission.
-The EU is bureaucratic talking club at the very best they produced policies which worked for about 6 month then broke down because of the sheer bulk of people and products it sought to control.
-The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation kept the peace and is still keeping the peace, the EU is doing all in its power to hinder its work.

So I ask you yet again why are we flying to Europe?

If you answered "for the greater good" and completely ignored the entire point of the post then I suggest we also start hiring Polish Politicians with lower salaries. Suffice to say that would at least be slightly beneficial in the saving of tax funds.