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Alternative für Deutschland

September 18, 2017 // 11 Comments

Germany’s general election on Sunday the 24th of September will solidify the rise of Alternative für Deutschland, where latest polls have the AfD pushing into double digits. Ten percent will hand the AfD approximately sixty seats, which shall shake the foundation of the European Union in its [...]

LABOUR’S DUPLICITY

September 16, 2017 // 11 Comments

A week is a long time in politics, as the German agent Harold ‘von’ Wilson once observed. Not so long ago the media were asking whether there was any ongoing role for UKIP after the referendum. Labour had successfully wooed working class voters in the Midlands and the North by promising to [...]

“Peace in Our Time”

September 16, 2017 // 25 Comments

When Theresa May informed us that she wanted to have a ‘deep meaningful relationship’ with the European Union after Brexit, she uttered words that will probably go down in history alongside those of Neville Chamberlain and ‘peace in our time.’ I’ll explain why. There was an interesting [...]

FIPRINOL IN EGGS

August 18, 2017 // 4 Comments

It is illegal to use this material anywhere in the food chain. It is, however, cleared for use on cats and dogs for external application to control fleas and other insect pests. Fiprinol was found in eggs that were produced in the Netherlands. As that country is 300% self-sufficient in eggs, very [...]

Five concerns about the “EU Defence Union” – Part Two

June 30, 2017 // 7 Comments

This is the second part of a two part article. You can read Part I here. There are five main areas which the EU has been pursuing in order to establish what it calls an ‘EU Defence Union’ across the 28 EU countries, including the UK. Procurement policy and incentives Finance Intelligence, [...]

Five concerns about the “EU Defence Union” – Part One

June 28, 2017 // 8 Comments

There are five main areas which the EU has been pursuing in order to establish what it calls an ‘EU Defence Union’ across the 28 EU countries, including the UK. Procurement policy and incentives Finance Intelligence, Battlegroups and PESCO UK defeat over HQ Contradicting statements over UK [...]

The EU’s Towering Inferno?

June 22, 2017 // 4 Comments

The recent tragedy at Grenfell Tower was completely preventable, yet it happened. Why? Buildings and fire safety are not this author’s specialist area and consequently only some quite general points can be made. However, given what is known at present about the fire and its background, it is [...]

Riots, Demos: Eurogendfor Revisited

June 17, 2017 // 11 Comments

Riots are spreading across London this evening (16th June) following the total destruction of the Grenfell Tower over the last two days in a fire which surely had no right to occur in London in the 21st century.  There have been many wounded and an as-yet unknown number of residents who have died. [...]

En Marche, Madame Merkel

May 14, 2017 // 18 Comments

Post-Referendum Images (http://thenationalcv.org.uk) We’ve been here before. When the Labour Conference decided to oppose EEC membership (I was there!), German Intelligence set up the SDP. It was led by the German agent Roy Jenkins, who smashed our military aircraft industry in the 1960s with his [...]
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