Saturday, 11 January 2014
LET nobody now deny that the ambition of the Brussels elite is to create a United States of Europe where most decisions are taken at the centre and member states are regarded as mere regional authorities. Luxembourg-born Viviane Reding, the vice president of the European Commission, has made the frankest admission yet that this is the direction in which the European Union is headed. She wishes the European Commission to be supreme over national governments and the European Parliament to have seniority over national parliaments. "We need to build a United States of Europe with the commission as government and two chambers - the European Parliament and a 'Senate' of Member States," she declared. No, Mrs Reding, we do not need to do anything of the sort. What we need to do in Britain is hold a referendum on EU membership so people can vote to restore self-government. And before that happens we need our politicians to decide which side they are on and stop pretending that the creepy and anti-democratic notion of "ever-closer union" is off the agenda.
Saturday, 4 January 2014
The nature of democracy is exposed in the country where it all began. Evil needs force to overcome truth whereas truth speaks for itself. Be afraid you trollops, be very afraid, truth will hunt you down and be victorious. Long live courage, long live freedom, long live England.
Wednesday, 1 January 2014
Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis is desperate to discuss the lifting of restrictions that allow more Romanians and Bulgarians into Britain. Already foreign nationals in Staffordshire account for 7.5 per cent of all arrests, with Romanians the worst offenders. It is understood that 981 Romanians were arrested in Staffordshire between April 2010 and September 2013, followed by 967 Polish nationals and 636 Lithuanians. Now Mr Ellis is to meet Theresa May about the potential impact of the easing of restrictions. He said: “Stoke-on-Trent is seeing a significant rise in the number of people who are not only being placed there by the state as asylum seekers, but also foreign nationals moving there. “Their cultures and their expectations are slightly different. Therefore I am asking the chief constable whether he needs more resources to get ahead on this. It’s definitely a challenge.” Two weeks ago the Government was warned that Britain risks “importing a wave of crime” from Bulgaria and Romania when the work immigration curbs are lifted today. Tory MP Philip Hollobone went on: “Romanians are seven times more likely to be arrested in London than a British national.” He said that as a special constable on the London Underground he has first-hand experience of Romanian criminals. “Eight out of 10 pickpockets are from Romania,” Mr Hollobone added.