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  • ross1948 18:15 on October 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    “Europe?” What’s Ghastly Guy On About Now? 


    The European parliament’s Brexit negotiator has launched a scathing attack on Boris Johnson, saying his recent criticism of young voters who feel allegiance to Europe was “old-fashioned” and “nonsense…”

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    That Europhiliac fanatic Guy Verhofstadt was making an indisputable statement when he told a special meeting of three committees in the Irish parliament that it was perfectly possible to feel European while at the same time feeling allegiance to your country of birth. 

    A quick aside, though, before we get into the nub of the matter. One assumes the report refers to EIRE’S parliament…

    Gambar terkait

    Map of the Island of Ireland – please note that the ‘Irish Parliament’ referred to in the report does not represent or govern that lovely red, white and blue British bit at the top of the picture

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    …since ‘Ireland’ is not a country but a geographical expression.

    It pains me yet again to offer a review of the obvious objections to the Belgian fanatic’s latest burbling, but here’s what I’ve been saying for years and years about this, in pictorial form…

     

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    …that of course no thinking Brit dislikes, much less hates, Europe, but that the ‘European Union’ is a detestable supranational construct devised by bad people with bad objectives.

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    Like Adolf Hitler, Jean Monnet held the common people in contempt…

    “Europe’s nations should be guided towards the super-state without their people understanding what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation.”
    Jean Monnet, Founder of the European Movement.

     https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2015/02/22/brussels-nazi-antecedents-exposed-but-ukip-grovels-again/

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    British people understand that their cultural identity is linked in innumerable ways with the common heritage of Greece and Rome and Christendom. There’s pride to be taken from that.

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    I delighted in my teenage travels, hitching all over those countries currently under Brussels rule. Here in Jakarta I enjoy the company of other foreigners, from various European nations – as well, of course, of many Indonesians.

    ALLEGIANCE is something different entirely.

    British allegiance belongs to Queen and Country, to the magnificent Union Jack flag.

    That’s why many of us find it slightly nauseating to hear millennials – and some dreary old toe-rags too…

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    ‘Hee-Haw!’

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    …whining and shrilling in favour of foreign rule.

    It’s a sign of fundamental immaturity on the part of those who say they want supranational supervision, who assert that a realm as distinguished and rich in achievement  would somehow be better off remaining under Euro-Commissars…

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    ….whose values are neither British nor truly European, but in fact alien to the traditions of most every decent person across the Continent.

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    The Third Reich’s Festung Europa wanted Brits to pay allegiance to Berlin, much as the Fourth Reich wants today’s generation to bow to Brussels…

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    ….and it’s sad that some of that generation are so eager to do so.

    We understand that Ghastly Guy regards Brits who think British suffer from “…a binary, old-fashioned and reductionist understanding of identity.”

    – even if we don’t understand a lot of his fancy-pants vocabulary  – Binary? Reductionist?

    That word old-fashioned, though, is clear enough.

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    Yet it sounds funny, coming from somebody the object of whose adulation carries so many echoes from the past.

     
    • Billy King 14:23 on October 5, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Nice one, Ross.
      Van Damme or whatever he calls himself has been sticking his nose into Ulster, from Dublin, to add insult to injury.

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    • Charlie Knox 21:49 on October 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I don’t know what’s going to happen because neither May nor Corbyn are to be trusted.
      I am only glad my parents’ generation are not around now to see all they fought for in WW2 being thrown away
      So many of these sick young people too badly educated in their country’s history to feel shame at the rubbish they talk.

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  • ross1948 20:09 on June 9, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Time For Counter-Revolution – Sammy Wilson for Education Secretary! 


    A disturbing day’s voting, that, and desperately worrying, that so many people would back a party led by a man who has shown blatant solidarity with terrorist scum.

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    What has become of Britain?

    Partly, there is the phenomenon of the’youth’ vote, which most observers say helped put Corbyn’s party ahead in many a constituency.

    This is down to the erosion of national allegiance, maybe even identity, among much of that generation.

    We have to remember how long Europhiliac and cultural marxist teachers have been poisoning young minds from elementary to college level.

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    Britain’s enemies in Brussels pumped toxic supranational indoctrination material into schools for years.

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    It was no secret, but one Conservative Government after another failed to stop the rot.

    One Tory Education Minister after another refused to act on warnings even from patriots on their own back-benches.

    Had they done so, the infantile millennials we see today could well have turned out to be good citizens, not turn-coats.

    Of course this psychological/spiritual degeneration can be slowed down, reversed, but although it cannot be an overnight task…

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    Counter-Revolution must start NOW.

    Dependency on the DUP might focus minds.

    Although the DUP itself is partially tainted by collaboration with Corbyn’s Sinn Fein/IRA comrades at Stormont, Ulster folk, much more than many mainland Brits, have a powerful sense of their British identity.

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    That’s a source of hope, and would be even more so if a proper coalition, not a mere ‘understanding’ were established – and then?

    Hand the UK Education Department to some Ulster True Blue, devoted to Queen and Country, with a brief to cleanse schools at every level of the rats who have created a lost generation.

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    Sammy Wilson MP would be a grand choice!

    Mainland readers can learn more about him here-

    Sammy Wilson (politician) – Wikipedia

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    • Billy King 21:50 on June 9, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Sammy is a good man.
      I am not all for the DUP but I never doubt his integrity.
      A loyal Ulsterman, and he says what he thinks.

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    • James Norten 22:10 on June 9, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      About time somebody talked a bit about the way our young have been ruined by the schools.

      I have kids myself and I thank the Lord God that we did a fair job of bringing them up with good values.
      Even so, they seem sometimes to talk in a different language. I don’t think anybody used words like discrimination when I was at school. Same with diversity, racism, equality, all that rubbish some of the teachers obsess about..
      We had civics, and learned how we got to register to vote, things like that. and how Westminster worked.
      Nothing really about sex education, we just got on with it, married and had the kids, no problems.

      The worst vocabulary change must be gay, which meant cheery but now means something horrible.
      The trouble is, when you change the language, you’re also changing the way people think.
      It’s hard work having a normal conversation with a millennial. .

      You’re telling the truth, our country’s future is up for grabs and it’s the way children are educated, and it’s who’s teaching them.
      I have just been reading that wikipedia about Sammy Wilson and he sounds like he was brought up to be a normal honest patriotic British person, not the type to be taken in by fashionable fads, like the climate junk science for one thing..

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    • Penny 23:14 on June 9, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Dead right, the schools pump poison into their young heads, no wonder they’re screwed up about Europe and so much of everything else too.
      Never heard of Sammy Wilson but read about him now and agree with you, he’d be great in any government job.

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    • Tommy Riddell 13:12 on June 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      With you all the way and if they try to stop Brexit, then they will face resistance the like of which has never been seen in our United Kingdom.

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      • Adair 17:40 on June 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Agreed. They defy the will of the British people at their peril

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  • ross1948 16:00 on May 9, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    So It’s True? Millennials Are Mostly Mental? 


    Two-thirds of Britons have had mental health problems – survey

    Hey, I thought the Remain vote was under fifty per cent!

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    But at least the Guardian report confirms what we all thought.

    Figures suggest problem is getting worse, with younger adults more likely than older people to say they have experienced illness. 

    https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/may/08/two-thirds-of-britons-have-had-mental-health-problems-survey

    Yes, indeed!

    Tantrums, even!

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    British Millennials: You’ve stolen our future – Jun. 24, 2016

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    And why?

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    • Diana 18:42 on May 9, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Good points all but I just read the rest of the Guardian article you linked to and it is seriously peculiar, calling things that are everyday stuff ‘mental illness,,’
      I mean ‘anxiety attacks’ and ‘depression?’
      We used to get those and get over them by working harder and having a few drinks with colleagues after work.
      Mental illness is a serious problem.
      Why are they making it trivial by including statistics for grumpy days and pre-exam nerves!

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