Saturday, 28 July 2007

Why the European Union Must Go

Isaac Newton is quoted as saying; "If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants" and many a truly great man would agree and like children clambering over an adult we should also climb onto their shoulders and see what they see.

Perhaps if the voters of Enoch Powell's time had saw the rivers of blood that he foresaw, then Our Country would not be poised on the brink of a civil war that can only be avoided by electing a British National Party government. Perhaps, but the majority of our fellow citizens in Enoch's time could not be bothered to get up off their behinds let alone climb onto the shoulders of a great man and so a chance was missed.

Perhaps if the same people had climbed onto the shoulders of white nationalists they would have seen the future that John Tyndall saw and picked up the gauntlet thrown down by the insane multiculturalists and prevented the growth of the asylum we now live in.

But there are still giants and there is a giant out there now who constantly holds out a hand to help us clamber up onto his shoulders and see the truth and that man is the Norwegian blogger Fjordman, whose blog is sadly no longer active. Lucky for us he continues to write. In his recent article in which he provides an excellent argument as to Why the European Union Must go, he starts of by using the following from EU Observer, Anthony Coughlan.

"At national level when a minister wants to get something done, he or she must have the backing of the prime minister, must have the agreement of the minister for finance if it means spending money, and above all must have majority support in the national parliament, and implicitly amongst voters in the country. Shift the policy area in question to the supranational level of Brussels however, where laws are made primarily by the 27-member Council of Ministers, and the minister in question becomes a member of an oligarchy, a committee of lawmakers, the most powerful in history, making laws for 500 million Europeans, and irremovable as a group regardless of what it does.

"National parliaments and citizens lose power with every EU treaty, for they no longer have the final say in the policy areas concerned. Individual ministers on the other hand obtain an intoxicating increase in personal power, as they are transformed from members of the executive arm of government at national level, subordinate to a national legislature, into EU-wide legislators at the supranational.

Now the above link is to a long article but I assure you it is well worth the read and provides a really useful insight into the minds of our masters and reveals their dreams and fears and the weapons they will use against their own people.

The EU in 2007 made incitement to racism and xenophobia a crime across the 27-nation bloc. Under the new law, offenders will face up to three years in jail for "public incitement to violence or hatred, directed against a group of persons or a member of such a group defined by reference to race, colour, religion, descent or national or ethnic origin." The term "inciting hatred" against "religion" could be used to silence critics of Islam and Muslim immigration, especially since the Council of Europe has earlier decided to view Islamophobia as equal to anti-Semitism. At the same time as the EU is signing agreements enhancing the cooperation with, including immigration of, Arabs and Muslims, it is banning opposition to this and is co-opting the media into toeing the party line and promoting the official, Eurabian ideology. The European Union thus increasingly exhibits many of the hallmarks of a totalitarian state, a pan-European dictatorship.

It is depressing but there is a ray of hope for us. A Dictator whose power is based on bullets is afraid of bullets. But the glossocracy that is the European Union whose power is based on words is afraid of words. The European union is attempting to stifle free speech and free thought in many ways. Passing laws, discouraging the opportunity for people to meet in pubs and clubs by using taxation to price them out of democracy and by trying to control travel so we do not see the mess they are making of Our Land. But our armour and will to resist actually increase with these attacks but they cannot see this.

Our weapons now are also words and like a million cats tugging at strands of a gigantic European ball of wool, one day we will cause it to unravel to reveal the poison within. Pensions? What pensions?

Go stand on the shoulders of a giant. Go read the link. Then go join the BNP.

Mr Smith as provided two links to past Fjordman articles here and here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I find Fjordman's blog to still be good reading even though he's no longer adding to it. He wrote so much on it while it was active that it'll keep you busy reading for a good while. You can get to it here:

Additionally, he still writes and is published by several notable net journals such as Brussels Journal and Gates of Vienna. The blogger Klein Verzet keeps a great list of these more recent pieces, which can be seen here:

Happy reading.