Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Hammond is selling us out to the Germans

It is depressing to read that Hammond, Carney and Ruth Davidson are hell bent on putting the interests of Business first in our negotiations with the EU. We got rid of business votes in the middle of the 19th century which along with the introduction of the secret ballot in 1872 removed much of the control employers had over how their employees voted. Employers are still however trying to control our votes through their placemen, Hammond, Carney, Davidson. If they have their way then not only will our referendum to leave the EU be lost but we will become German slaves.

Today a senior German official declared a European Army was inevitable




Although it is claimed to be aimed at the Russians it can also be used at Junckers behest against us just like Hitler's army in 1939. Like Hitler's army they will also lose to the Russians with many millions of deaths. I do not want a single Brit to lose their life for another Franco Prussian folie de grandeur.

Yet all Hammond worrries about is a few cars with fiddled exhast emissions.

At times like these I turn to history. In 1420 the Scots Declaration of Arbroath carried this statement that rings down the years to us

for, as long as but a hundred of us remain alive, never will we on any conditions be brought under English rule. It is in truth not for glory, nor riches, nor honours that we are fighting, but for freedom – for that alone, which no honest man gives up but with life itself.

But for useless Hammond it does not count. It did for the US who regard it as he precursor of their Declaration of Independence.

ne man one vote is the rule except in Brussels where that is so easy to overturn by the political elite aided by their Quislings like Hammond.


Stephen Harness said...

Full political, monetary and military union has always been the end game. i.e. a country called Europe. It can be argued that the only way the EU can survive is to actually see the end game become a reality. This way the poor countries such as the PIGS can be financially supported from the centre. I remember the warnings from Vladimir Bukovksy. He compared the EU to the old Soviet Union and how expansion was essential to the beast. Not sure if Vladamir is still discredited but I do see the wisdom in his warnings. Certainly the UK would be well advised to regain/maintain military independence from the EU. Ukraine looked to be a perfect storm waiting to happen, and thank goodness it has not happened, yet.

Eric Edmond said...

The Russians will not tolerate a Frano Prussian military on the Ukraine Russia border.