We leave the EU..and Britains relationship to Europe returns to what it was what it was for centuries. Respectful, friendly, but always watchful and with a great deal of suspicion. This is healthy and preserved England as unique culture. If Britain had been more European it would have ended a 1000 years ago as a unique culture...
Monday, July 29, 2013
Friday, July 26, 2013
"Is NSA Spying A Threat To Our Civil Liberties?" Those who are saying no to this question probably don't even know what "civil liberties" mean.
Monday, July 22, 2013
Saturday, July 20, 2013
Ukip Leader Nigel Farage says despite losing out in Rotherham people shouldn't "underestimate" the party.
UK Independence Party (Ukip) came second in by-elections in Rotherham
and Middlesbrough last night, just days after a row over foster children
being taken away from a couple because they were members of the party.
Rotherham, where the scandal erupted, was held by Labour, where Sarah Champion won 9,866 votes. The seat was vacated after Denis MacShane quit over his expense claims.
But Ukip's Jane Collins took 4,648 votes, nearly 22 per cent of those cast, with the Conservatives beaten into fifth place behind the British National Party (BNP) and Respect, and the Liberal Democrats eighth.
Friday, July 19, 2013
Wednesday, July 17, 2013
The Soviets managed to keep the zombie-rouble alive for 70 long years. Indeed, where there is a will, there is a way - at huge costs to taxpayers. but the Russians did not dollarized their currency thanks God. This is a counter to the Western privatized dollar/euro making institutions like ECB, FED, EMI, etc. The only hope for the economies around the world it that there are countries which do not trade in dollars/euros, but can be affected when the dollar and euro kick the bucket.
Monday, July 15, 2013
Friday, July 12, 2013
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
UKIP boss Nigel Farage says he'd allow the Irish border to stay open – but would introduce stricter controls on who could cross it if his party was in power.Irish residents would be able to travel north but foreign nationals in the Republic would have to apply for work permits to do so, he said.
He was speaking as he brought his anti-EU message to Belfast in a bid to build support ahead of next year's European and council elections.
The party has one MLA and a councillor in the province, but Mr Farage insists there is a real hunger for a fresh approach. The Ukip leader also claimed:
* His party has support in the Republic.
* Northern Ireland has been failed by Europe, despite billions of pounds from EU grants.
* Ukip will field at least two candidates in every area at the next council elections.
He believes the party is a positive addition to the political scene.
"We are the only genuinely UK-wide political party in operation in the UK today; our Euro-scepticism is not open to question and we also have a genuinely non-sectarian approach to politics," he said. "I believe that would be a healthy injection to the Northern Irish political debate."
Saturday, July 6, 2013
Nigel Farage (UKIP), British Member of the European Parliament, in an interview with correspondent Vecernji list from Brussels a few days before the Croatian accession to the European Union
Friday, July 5, 2013
Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Mr Farage deserves an award from the peoples of the world. this man has/is fighting for real justice for real people from many countries not just Britain..and I applaud all that is said and done by UKIP and Nigel because they are our last chance to scrape back some freedom, liberty and justice before we are completely consumed by the hypocritical nonsenses that have always sat above us laughing at the death and destruction they have caused over generations..BRAVO UKIP.