According to a recent article in The Telegraph by Ambrose Evans Pritchard:

Triumphant Brussels likens Brexit to the Third Reich.” 

It was one of the proudest moments of my life when the United Kingdom democratically voted to leave the European Union. In spite of Operation Fear and the many millions of Euros that must have been spent on propaganda, my fellow countrymen saw through it all and decided they wanted their country back.

We were assured that if we voted to leave, Article 50 would be triggered immediately and we would be out of the EU, well over a year later and we’re presented with an ongoing pantomime. A weak Prime-Minister has fudged Brexit, allowing herself to be bullied by remainers, having had very little commitment in the first place and we’re a long way from being free if ever. Perhaps it’s time for an exercise called: Spot the Nazis.

Since Genghis Khan, Attila the Hun, Stalin, Hitler and a multitude of other tyrants and dictators, now including the likes of Merkel and Junker, they’ve all been good at one thing: appealing to and utilising the emotions of disaffected people.

It’s not that we shouldn’t feel sorry for disaffected people, but they are the way of the world, the poor and needy have been here since before Biblical times and if I were to be able to return in a thousand years, they would still be here. Help these people, yes, allow them to drag us into Perdition, no. Life is unfortunately a game of winners and losers.

Merkel’s disaffected minions are the millions of hostile African, Middle Eastern and East Asian so called refugees, that she has allowed along with tens of thousands of Jihadis and economic migrants, into Europe. These people are a proxy army being used against us, we’ve had a few bombs and bullets, but you’ve seen nothing yet.

Hitler is often called a Far Right Fascist, but he and his party’s roots were in National Socialism and I’ve often heard this discussed. Was Hitler Far Left or Far Right? It doesn’t matter, many extremest regimes whether Left or Right have attempted to use Totalitarianism as a means of control and so I find it easier to refer to them all as just Totalitarian regimes: this includes the European Union.

It would be hard to imagine anything more Totalitarian than Political Correctness. We’re being expected to tolerate the loss of our democracy, one of the oldest in the world, our invasion by hostile cultures and subservience to the European Union. From Genghis Khan to Hitler, the murdering tyrants of history would have been proud of Angela Merkel et al.

Nigel Farage said: “the European Union only cares about its dream, it doesn’t care how many people it hurts in pursuit of this dream.” I can’t find a link to the quote at the moment but this video of his recent speech to the AfD in Berlin is worth watch.

We’ve seen the European Union hurt many people. The people of the Ukraine are one example, the EU tried to usurp the government and Putin very wisely decided he didn’t want the EU on his doorstep. It’s an ongoing crisis to this day. The Greek people too have suffered enormously, along with Southern Europeans in general.

The European Union is a dangerous expansionist dictatorship that has nothing to do with the altruism that it espouses: the world has seen this strategy from power crazed dictators before. It amazes me that Tony Blair was never the President of the EU: a power crazed dictatorship led by a war criminal would have been a perfect match.

As Ambrose Evans Pritchard says:

The EU priesthood has certainly acquired a habit of overturning referenda by fair means or foul.  We have instruments of torture in the basement,” in the immortal words of Jean-Claude Juncker, the grand inquisitor. They reversed the Danish ‘No’ to Maastricht, and the Irish ‘No’ to Nice and Lisbon, and Dutch and French ‘No’ to the European Constitution (reinvented as Lisbon), and the Greek ‘Oxi’ in 2015.

Now at last they face a referendum to be reckoned with. The old guard in Brussels is having great difficulty coming to terms with this novel experience. They will.’

The difficulty will come when the EU finally faces the fact that we’re leaving. When we finally leave the EU (we must ensure that this happens), do we really think that we’ll all live happily ever after? Having , to quote our Prime-Minister: “ a deep meaningful relationship.” This is just my opinion, but I really don’t think so. I really don’t believe the EU has any intention of letting us go and it can’t afford to.

Nigel Farage said he thinks that in a few years time, Italy will be the next country to leave the EU. The Visegrad countries too are coming under duress from the EU. These countries will continue to refuse Islamification via immigration and so will have to question their EU membership.

It is said that history doesn’t repeat but it rhymes. Well think about this; an isolated Britain, standing on the edge of Europe, at loggerheads with Germany by proxy of the European Union, to be joined by Italy and the Visegrad countries in a few years as they too try and break free.

All of this at a time when the world seems to be aligning for another World War, with flashpoints in the Middle East and Asia (China, India, Pakistan, North and South Korea and others). Surely history is rhyming, there are some very eerie parallels here.

Our country has never been in more danger, UKIP’s job is far from over, indeed it has probably only just started. UKIP mustn’t let down the people that so magnificently and proudly voted for their country last year and it will need the right leader: this is not a job for the faint hearted. I’ll be getting back to this shortly.

In the meantime: have you spotted the Nazis yet? Here’s a hint: I don’t think it’s we Brexiteers.


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