Even the criminals who run the EU could see how dangerous this development would be! The U.K. was warned that, under a new law amendment in Washington, the CIA will be able to access all UK Government data. Continue reading →
British taxpayers will have to pay €45m (£38.2m) as part of a deal struck by European leaders to rescue Cyprus, as a new finance minister was sworn in amid warnings that there would be “difficult days ahead” for the country.
The Treasury has already flown more than £10m in cash to Cyprus to ensure that British troops and their families stationed in the country have had access to funds amid the financial chaos.
Britain’s new banking watchdog, the Prudential Regulation Authority, brokered a deal this week to rescue 15,000 savers’ deposits held by ailing Cypriot lender Laiki by transferring them to Britain.
The Great Conspiracy to deceive Parliament and the people into supporting entry into the Common Market (EEC)
“Millions of people in this country will feel as I do, that legislation passed in this way, with no consent, cannot command the assent of the country and would lack moral and constitutional validity”. Douglas Jay MP (for Battersea North) Speaking during the second reading of the European Communities Bill 1972 in the House of Commons 16th February 1972.
What was it that impelled Douglas Jay to speak those impassioned words more than 30 years ago in the debating chamber that had been the protector of our freedoms and at the heart of Britain’s democracy for over a century? This expose sets out to investigate the background to Douglas Jay’s speech calling upon official Government correspondence, minutes of meetings and other documentation of the time. Continue reading →
France and Germany could use new EU treaty to meddle in the single market
Britain is facing a fresh battle over Europe after France and Germany unveiled plans to use a new treaty to meddle in the single market and use the EU’s institutions to do business behind the UK’s back.
A leaked draft version of the new ‘fiscal compact’ deal between other members of the EU, following David Cameron’s historic refusal to sign up last month, revealed the ‘euro-plus’ bloc intended to take decisions that relate to the EU’s internal market.
It also proposed a bigger role for the European Commission in overseeing tough new debt rules across the Continent.
Amid the worsening and spreading unrest throughout Britain, an analyst says the incident was sparked by police forces that were heavily armed.
The whole incident was “sparked by the police carrying fire arms” that they never used to carry in the past across Britain, said Ian Williams, of Foreign Policy in Focus, in a Wednesday interview with Press TV.
“The fact that they had the fire arms and they were prepared to use them, in very dubious circumstances, shows the reduction in the civility of British life over the last few decades,” he underlined. Continue reading →
During vicious thugs would think twice before looting – Telegraph Blogs the Los Angeles riots in 1992, many store owners in the south central part of the city defended their property against marauding gangs with their own weapons, and succeeded in protecting their livelihoods and thousands of jobs that depended on them. And across the country, Americans admired their bravery, thankful for the Second Amendment to the US Constitution which protects their right to keep and bear arms, and thereby defend themselves, their families and their property. In contrast in London in 2011, shopkeepers were left at the mercy of feral, brutal thugs acting with impunity across whole swathes of the capital as the police were overwhelmed. If they had the right to bear arms and defend their stores with force, it would have been a very different story, and brutal looters would have met firm resistance.
Britain’s gun laws are among the most draconian in the world, yet the nation has some of the highest levels of violent crime and burglary in the West, and there is no shortage of gun crime in major cities such as London and Manchester. While criminal gangs are often able to acquire firearms on the black market, ordinary law-abiding British citizens are barred from owning guns for self-defence.
The riots in London, the West Midlands and the North West should prompt a renewed debate in Britain over the right to bear arms by private citizens. The shocking scenes of looting across the country are a reminder that the police cannot always be relied upon to protect homes and businesses during a period of widespread social disorder. The defence of life and property can never be entrusted solely to the state, not least when there is a complete breakdown in law and order. As we have seen this week in Britain, when individuals are barred from defending their own property from mobs of vicious thugs, sheer anarchy and terror reins.
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