Yesterday the Office for National Statistics (ONS) announced that they think the economy is growing again – by 0.3% in the first quarter of this year. You should take these statistics – good or bad – with a pinch of salt. But the breakdown of growth by sector does undermine lazy claims that the economy is in trouble because of cuts in government spending. Whereas the ONS data shows that manufacturing has shrunk by nearly 7% since 2008 and construction has shrunk by more than 15%, “Government” has grown by 6.9%. The real austerity has been in the more efficient private sector, not a still bloated public sector. Is it any wonder that the economy isn’t growing?
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 →
The new policing minister today called for the private sector to take a greater role in police work – despite fresh evidence emerging of the extent of the failure by G4S to fulfil its contract to guard the London Olympics.
Damian Green, who was appointed in last week’s Government’s reshuffle, insisted the move would free up police officers to concentrate on the frontline and save money that could be used directly to protecting the public.
He spoke out as forces consider transferring backroom functions to private companies in response to the Government’s spending squeeze, although the G4S debacle has led some to put the move on hold. Continue reading →
The British people are to be denationalised . The political ambition of an arrogant, governing elite is to indulge in their ideological fantasies through enforced social engineering.
A key part of this process is to destroy the ancient ethnic nations of The British Isles. The historical journey of our particular communities (the British ethnie) – a journey of some 15,000 years – is to be brought to an end by an ultimate act of Treachery and Betrayal, by a hostile self-serving State. The State is, by stealth, making war against us, the people of these Islands – and, most especially, against the English. 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.
After the fall of the Berlin Wall and the dissolution of the Soviet bloc, many observers believed that NATO’s raison d’etre had ceased to exist and that the collective “defensive” organization would join the Warsaw Pact in historical oblivion.
However, those Americans, Canadians, and Europeans who believe in a “new world order,” led politically by the United States in concert with the European Union and Canada and militarily by NATO, re-invented NATO as an aggressive military pact with the goal of enforcing the will of a North American-European “axis” on a expanded stage far beyond Europe or the North Atlantic.