Tuesday, 1 December 2009


Well folks, it's December the first today, and as of one minute past midnight last night we ceased to exist as a free independent country. We are now legally just a collection of eight regions of Europe. So we members of the BNP are no longer members of the BNP because the 'British' bit no longer exists: technically we are not the British National Party, but rather the Eight Regions Of Europe National Party - or the EROENP, for short. How much do you like that then? Well, at least until they proscribe us, that is.

Wont be long before police are arresting people for making anti-EU statements, and handing them over to Euro-Fed police for transfer to the mainland for punishment (one thinks of Dachau). Our country has been stolen from us, and we just sat back and watched it happen.

You'll be sorrrreeeeeeee! And so will they!

Want to know some of the things you've lost? THEN READ THIS.  Extracts:

It is a notable theft and bears reporting. Many others have tried, and failed, to obtain police action. Politicians have been asked, and in turn, they have ignored our questions, and our documented demands that they cease and desist. Not surprising, when you learn that it is the politicians themselves that will aid and abet in the theft.

What will be taken?

A few small items. Items that we have had in our possession for around a thousand years. Antiques, then? Well, sort of. These particular ancient items are truly priceless. Countless numbers of people have died, have been imprisoned, and had their lives ruined in the obtaining and in the retaining of these precious items. We thought that they were safe, we thought we would keep them forever, but a group of mindless, thoughtless, greedy and inept people, charged with their safekeeping went to great lengths to ensure that the theft will take place.

Item 1.

Habeas corpus ad subjiciendum. Latin for "you may hold the body subject to examination". This undeniable right protects one from the state. Whilst it is in place, no-one can lock you away without having solid lawful reasons to do so. Today, if you believe that you have been incarcerated and no evidence supports that incarceration, you can demand a Writ of Habeas Corpus from the court. The court will then examine evidence that you should be gaoled, remanded, or sectioned. You might also be interested to learn that once habeas corpus is gone you can be incarcerated for up to eight months without charge.

Item 2.

Courts de jure. Latin for "courts by jury". Today we have some 70 courts in our land geared for jury trials. On Tuesday morning your right to be judged by a jury of your peers evaporates completely.

Item 3.

Innocent until proven guilty. On Tuesday morning we start playing a whole new game whereby you, the accused, are guilty until you can prove your innocence. Our age old method under Common Law is dumped without ceremony and we revert instead to a mix of Napoleonic and Roman Law.

Item 4.

Loss of sovereignty. We are an ancient civilisation. People inhabited this land thousands of years before the Egyptians issued the tenders for pyramid building. Countless lives have been lost defending our little island. It had been a mecca for those wanting to live unfettered lives. Until now.

Item 5.

Democracy. From the Greek
demokratia-power to the people. The first democratically elected parliament was De Montforts in England in 1265. We shared this method of rule with others, and it spread. Many authoritarian systems have been toppled only to have democracy established. On Tuesday morning we give away this unique method of rule for an oligarchy. Mandarins in Europe are not elected. They are selected. No previous experience is required. Which is handy if you are a (well connected) imbecile. Fat salary, fat pension, fat chance of actually having to work for a living like the proles. Arguably, because of their vastly diminished responsibilities, we have no need for a parliament, no need of the traitorous monarch, and certainly no need to pay 646 goons and their back-room staff billions every year. Brussels will rule absolutely. They will waste our money with unimagined skill. Bye bye democracy. It was nice while it lasted.

Technically, in writing this anti-EU post I am committing a crime. See:


Although the Connolly case involved enforcement of an employment regulation against an E.U. employee, nothing in the opinion limits the court's rationale to this narrow context. Freedom of expression, the opinion argues, may be stifled if necessary for "the protection of the rights of others." And the "rights of others" include the "right" of the European Union to prevent damage to its own "image and reputation." The principle would certainly sustain a national government's law forbidding criticism of the European Union. Indeed, since the European Court of Justice can override national laws in order to enforce E.U. laws, the Connolly principle could conceivably be used to invalidate a nation's constitutional protection of free speech—at least where criticism of the European Union or other governments is involved.

In short, Connolly takes a major step toward reinstating the offense of seditious libel—that is, the crime of criticizing the government so as to injure its reputation.

Historically, the truth of the statement was no defense against the charge of seditious libel. Indeed, truthfulness harmed the government all the more.

Come and get me then! I promise I wont go quietly.

UPDATE: How do other Europeans think? This is from a Dutch site:


Given that the Dutch voted a referendum majority against the Constitution, I think it fair to say this is a majority opinion in the Netherlands. 

So we are not alone. If anyone finds any similar links from other European sites, please post links in the comments.


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