Saturday, 16 July 2016

This is ONE reason so many Brits voted LEAVE

France: The Coming Civil War

by Yves Mamou  •  July 16, 2016 at 5:00 am
  • For French President François Hollande, the enemy is an abstraction: "terrorism" or "fanatics".
  • Instead, the French president reaffirms his determination to military actions abroad: "We are going to reinforce our actions in Syria and Iraq," the president said after the Nice attack.
  • So confronted with this failure of our elite who were elected to guide the country across nationals and internationals dangers, how astonishing is it if paramilitary groups are organizing themselves to retaliate?
  • "Western elites, with a suicidal obstinacy, oppose naming the enemy. Confronted with attacks in Brussels or Paris, they prefer to imagine a philosophical fight between democracy and terrorism, between an open society and fanaticism, between civilization and barbarism". -- Mathieu Bock-Côté, sociologist, in Le Figaro
  • In France, the global elites made a choice. They decided that the "bad" voters in France were unreasonable people too stupid to see the beauties of a society open to people who often who do not want to assimilate, who want you to assimilate to them, and who threaten to kill you if you do not.
  • Similarly, the British took the first tool that was given to them to express their disappointment at living in a society they did not like anymore. They did not vote to say: "Kill all these Muslims who are transforming my country or stealing my job or soaking up my taxes". They were just protesting a society that a global elite had begun to transform without their consent.
  • The global elite made a choice: they took the side against their own old and poor because those people did not want to vote for them any longer. They also made a choice not to fight Islamism because Muslims vote collectively for this global elite.
    "We are on the verge of a civil war." That quote did not come from a fanatic or a lunatic. No, it came from head of France's homeland security, the DGSI (Direction générale de la sécurité intérieure), Patrick Calvar. He has, in fact, spoken of the risk of a civil war many times. On July 12th, he warned a commission of members of parliament, in charge of a survey about the terrorist attacks of 2015, about it.
    In May 2016, he delivered almost the same message to another commission of members of parliament, this tme in charge of national defense. "Europe," he said, "is in danger. Extremism is on the rise everywhere, and we are now turning our attention to some far-right movements who are preparing a confrontation".
    What kind of confrontation? "Intercommunity confrontations," he said -- polite for "a war against Muslims." "One or two more terrorist attacks," he added, "and we may well see a civil war."

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Saturday, 9 July 2016

Travellers exercising their illegal right to trespass on childrens park

All this nonesensical talk about handling illegal/legal immigrants seems meaningless when Blackpool council - as with every council faced with a similar problem - can't get trespassers off a children's playing field.

I watched these vans and very expensive mobile homes invade Fishers Field, Highfield Road, Blackpool and stood by whilst the feckless Council and Police scratched their wondrous heads. Had I interfered and told the invaders to move on, No Doubt I would have been arrested for Breach of the Peace!!!

One constable onto the fields the instant the interlopers arrived would/could/should have been sufficient to move them on.  If reports are correct, they had already broken into a private school field by removing the gate locks. It means that as long as they trespass, the dogs can't defecate in peace on the children's football pitches...Oh! Well...

Do we have to endure illegal activity in our midst by those with no appreciation of of our law or tradition?  If politicians have their way, dead right we will?  If we can't rid ourselves of Romanian thieving gangs, Islamic Mullah hate preachers, and illicit BBC licence fees, we have no chance with pseudo tinkers from deepest Ireland.

What do they all have in common?  They all scream Human Rights whilst treading all over yours and mine.

Friday, 8 July 2016

We saved our Democracy

They should have Pat on Question Time, if my licence fee is worth anything.

Sunday, 3 July 2016

A Kenyon Joke


A man died & went to hell. There he found out that there is a different hell for each country and decides he’ll pick the least painful to spend his eternity.
He goes to the German hell & asks, "What do they do here?"
He is told "first they put you in an electric chair for an hour. Then they lay you on a bed of nails for another hour. Then the German devil comes in and whips you for the rest of the day".
The man does not like the sound of that at all so he moves on.
He checks out the USA hell as well as the Russian hell and many more. He discovers that they are all similar to the German hell.
Then he comes to the Kenyan hell and finds that there is a long queue of people waiting to get in...Amazed, he asks, "What do they do here?"
He is told "first they put you in an electric chair for an hour, then they lay you on a bed of nails for another hour. The Kenyan devil comes in & whips you for the rest of the day."
But that is exactly the same as all the other hells, why are there so many people waiting to get in?" asks the man.
A concerned fellow calls him aside and said, "Because there is never any electricity so the electric chair doesn’t work.
The nails were paid for but were never supplied by the contractor, so the bed is comfortable to sleep on. And the Kenyan devil used to be a civil servant, so he comes in, signs his time sheet and goes back home for other business!!" .................

Long live Kenya.  IT PAYS TO BE KENYAN

Friday, 24 June 2016

Nelson's Prayer

Before the Battle of Trafalgar, Nelson wrote this prayer:

May the great God, whom I worship, grant to my country and for the benefit of Europe in general, a great and glorious victory: and may no misconduct, in any one, tarnish it: and may humanity after victory be the predominant feature in the British fleet.

This country has a great history. Let's help it to have an even greater future.

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Do you want this, or the right to ban this?

Two days before you allow this rhetoric to silence Freedom, fought for over thousands of years!

The EU and demented Courts say we must give them sanctuary.  I think otherwise.

Saturday, 18 June 2016

A moment to reflect. Jo Cox. Another senseless murder

I know that you will all wish to join me in expressing heartfelt condolences to Jo Cox's family and friends. Murder can never be condoned, but the murder of a Member of Parliament going about her lawful business of representing her constituents is especially shocking, and is an attack on the parliamentary democracy that means so much to us all.

On Wednesday evening, along with my good friend, Jim Carver MEP, I took part in an excellent BBC Hereford and Worcester debate against Mark Garnier MP and Emma Reynolds MP. Despite our strongly differing views, the debate was conducted in a friendly, civilised fashion. That is the British way, and long may it remain so.

I well recall my horror at learning, on 29 January 2000, that my then MP, Nigel Jones had been attacked with a samurai sword in his constituency office in Cheltenham - an attack in which Andrew Pennington, a Liberal Democrat Councillor was murdered.

Yesterday evening I reminisced with Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP about the horrific attempt to wipe out the Prime Minister and much of her cabinet at the Grand Hotel, Brighton in October 1984. Margaret Thatcher then famously said to John Sergeant, "The Conference will go on. The conference will go on, as usual." That was, surely, the correct response, and one that, after a judicious pause for reflection, we should follow next week as we focus, in sombre and serious mien, on the momentous referendum ahead.
Simon Richards
Simon Richards
Chief Executive
The Freedom Association