Monday, 8 June 2009
Euro Elections: Reaction ("I hate the EU" Edition)
British National Party Leader Elected To Europe
I will not defend the BNP for a moment. But this isn't what I'm writing about.
BNP leader Nick Griffin is now an MEP (Member of Euro Parliament). So what? I don't really care, since I do not recognise the EU as a legitimate authority over our once independent nation, but the BBC very much does.
I watched live as Griffin was announced as a representative (1 of 8 I think) for North-West England. Not a huge event, but the point is I was struck by the reaction from some of our friendly television pundits. One fat old woman remarked that we should be ashamed that we had elected a fascist to represent us.
Um...what about the fascists in the big corporate parties? Economic fascism at least. Government commanding and controlling (without owning) private for-profit companies is perhaps the worst economic system, worse than socialism even. It's why people in Britain hate so-called 'privatisation' of public services (economic fascism) and like nationalisation, when of course capitalisation (if that's a word) would get government out of the process altogether and would be the best soultion.
The be-atch then went on to compare 'gay bashers' and 'gypsy haters' with 'climate change deniers'. Nope, we're not ignorant, us 'deniers' of climate change, it *is* the sun as the evidence shows, and you are leading us into slavery with the pretence of saving the environment. Hypocritic Malthusian elitist scum.
This is also a time to consider how the label 'far right' is used. It doesn't just include fascists and racists, it also applies to people who are 'Euro-sceptic'. In other words, people who don't want to be the property of the Bilderberg Group, are extremists. Just another day in the alternate reality of the MSM. What's this, oh it's my brain! It's so clean, looks as if it's been WASHED!
The BNP are not anywhere close to being the biggest threat to our freedom in Britain today. That honour falls to the Bank of England/International Bank of Settlements first, with the EU and UN a close second. A few fools who love Labour and think the BNP are the greatest danger that ever existed, won't change that fact.
If only the anti-BNP crowd learnt of the truth about our monetary system, then they could spend their efforts campaigning for something worthwhile.
The Conservatives will not 'save us'
No, they won't. David Cameron, almost surefire to be PM after the next general election, has already gone back on earlier talk of a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty. He has helped the Euro elite stab us in the front with their complete takeover of this nation in the name of international 'co-operation'.
The Conservatives are not going to address the real issues. They back the same socialist/fascist agenda with environmental and welfare overlayers. They will not end our wars, will not deal with the hundreds of QUANGOs funded by taxpayer money that are leeching off our system, will not support sound currency, will not support freedom. That is the be-all and end-all.
The EU is Illegitimate
You heard me, don't be ashamed to say it, this globalist authority is not your master unless you let it be. They write the vast majority of our laws, and our parliament has to pass them. They control our government, which makes our government equally illegitimate.
Voter turnout at this election was little more than two-fifths (43% is the figure given). Nobody gives a damn about the EU, except for on one hand, people who are opposed strongly to it, and on the other, yuppies who believe in the left-right false reality, and love the EU and everything about their own slavery. Most people obviously don't want anything to do with the EU.
By the way, it really annoys me when people say that those who don't vote are ignorant or lazy. That clearly will be true for some people, but I would argue as many or more people who are ignorant and lazy vote for a mainstream corporate party that promises them lots of free stuff in exchange for liberty. Many people who don't vote are having their own protest against the perceived legitimacy of the government, that's all. If no-one is on the ballot paper who I can at least partially agree with, I won't vote, rather than be a slave and choose a 'lesser of two evils'.
Pan-Europeanising party politics by stealth
It's noteworthy that the EU parliament is made up of only a few parties, for example the 'centre-right' European Peoples' Party. This is a party made up of many parties from individual member nations, for example the EPP includes British Conservatives, as well as mainstream right wing parties from France, Germany, Poland etc etc. The same goes for the EU Socialists, EU Greens, and so on.
Why does this matter? Because it's another piece of incrementalism. When we vote for individual parties in our respective nations, we are in fact voting for pan-EU coalitions who are represented as one bloc in the EU parliament. I'm sure many people who voted this time (myself included) were not aware of this fact. The EU are slimy crooks, aren't they?
Who Should We Vote For...If Anyone?
The litmus test for any political party or candidate is in my opinion Sound Money. Will they touch the real issue? Few in Britain will - it's why I don't regard Daniel Hannan, for example, as a complete solution to our governmental problems today. (But his speeches that made it to YouTube were of course good fun)
Do you want to talk about how the Bank of England issues worthless currency backed, in essence, by delusion and by the next generation? Do you want to talk about alternative currency solutions? Oh, that's too much for you? No votey then.
I voted for the UK Independence Party in these EU elections, since I back their EU policy (to get out now!!!). But I probably wouldn't support them to run this country, as they are a bit socialist and 'big government'. But that's fine, since you won't find many voters or parties here that don't support, for example, the NHS.
Basically, consider the Libertarians ;)
I'm not aware of any bigger parties that want to consider monetary reform. Or for that matter gun rights (save for the BNP of course).
And a final thought
We are well on the way to global government. At least the resistance is spreading, though perhaps too late to prevent a powerful federalised EU. We already there, save for an army: we have European taxes via govt contributions (£40 Million per day for the UK taxpayer!), common monetary systems (for most EU nations), open borders, a single passport, etc.
At least we can take heart from the large vote for anti-EU parties from all over Europe, especially right here. I still believe this New World Order can be prevented even without violent revolution. Since we don't have the luxury of citizen firepower like the Americans do, that won't be how to effect change in European states anyway. We must stop the propaganda and the apathy, especially among those who enforce for our corrupt masters; then change (not the fake change of Barack Obama or David Cameron) will come.
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And You Tell Me There's No Suppressed Technology?
It's another of those 'conspiracy theories' that good citizens don't notice. Imagine the standard of living if all the secret technology was released to the public...we'd be "free and independent" as JFK said! No more poverty anywhere! Can you imagine being sick enough to withhold such technology from society just to maintain your position of control? (Bearing in mind that we don't know just how much technological capability is being withheld, because, duh, it's secret.) What did Nikola Tesla really develop?
Individual Liberty? But that's "selfish"!
No, we need to look after each other voluntarily without having a government do all that at gunpoint. Sounds absurd at first but soon you realise that the reason it sounds so is because of the very unfree nature of our current existence. Envision greater possibilities! Ok, some kind of massive wake-up would be needed before this kind of free, responsible, uncontrollable society could emerge. And that's what we are seeing day by day in the world - a massive waking up of the previously enslaved masses (including myself I must add!)