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 Post subject: Another grand day
PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 10:09 am 
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Marking our slow but inexorable transition from a free society, we have today the EU's herbal medicines directive coming into force. This is a measure that has been going through the system for ages. It has absolutely no legitimacy and exists only to reinforce the grip of big pharm on the market, excluding a small but important sector of competition – and choice.

I suppose it is significant that today is also the anniversary of Hitler's death (yesterday was the anniversary of his marriage to Eva Braun), marking the final stage of the long process of breaking free from the grip of the Nazi regime which had terrorised Europe.

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 Post subject: Re: Another grand day
PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 10:40 am 

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What is to become of us, do we not even understand what basic freedoms are any more?
I think history is a cycle, in our case, political i.e. power, every 400 years or so the cycle gets to the point where people get so fed up that they rebel, hang a few, kill a lot, draw up a new treaty declaring the score and then the cycle goes around again. IMO we are nearer to the point of rebelling, the PTB are desperately trying to keep the lid on but the pressure is building and the roof will blow off.
When, how, where, the forest is tinder dry and there is no rain forecast.

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 Post subject: Re: Another grand day
PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 10:43 am 

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Oh dear, what will Prince Chuck make off this one - after all he adores 'alternative medicine' as well as the EU. I imagine, like most people, he is simply too thick to see that freedom of choice and anything outside of the mould regulated by the EU will have to go. I noted that the big eared idiot also champions 'heritage seed banks' ignoring the fact that it is EU legislation that forced all the small and historic growers and seed providers out of the game in favour of EU certified seeds that can only gain that certification by (surprise surprise) jumping though expensive EU hoops. Thus, seeds that have been around for 100/200 years were at a stroke deemed 'illegal'. Alternative meds now, much much more to follow.


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 Post subject: Re: Another grand day
PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 10:45 am 

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Another mark up for 'big pharma'. Nutritious food will be next, no home grown - allotments banned, chemicals from the sky to poison all. Dead from the neck up, and the neck down to follow.

More processed cheese Gromit?


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 Post subject: Re: Another grand day
PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 10:48 am 

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The time is nigh for mass but individual ignorance of 'government of whatever flavour' regulations. Sadly not everyone is capable of engaging such a heinous act as ignoring statutes, codes, edicts, diktats, rules and regulations.

Most live in fear of 'assumed authority' but I too sense that there is a pressure cooker effect in play and what will blow the lid off will be something which on the face of it is insignificant. It might even be this moronic protectionist ban on plant based remedies but even if it isn't this ban will definitely raise the pressure in the cooker.

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Bugger I made the mistake of entering 'herbal' into the Google news reader and it brought me to this utter tosh
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-13215010

Note to self: STOP IT PDT_Armataz_01_19

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 Post subject: Re: Another grand day
PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 10:50 am 

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The quote from the Daily Mail is:

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No one sensible would begin to suggest that we are in any way seeing the dark clouds of a new totalitarianism state descend over Europe


Where has this reporter been for the last few years? On what planet does he exist if he is unaware of the so called "soft" totalitarianism that is the EU?
What a stupid ignoramus he must be.

Important as the herbal remedies ban is by the EU (without a whiff of authority or democratic legitimacy once again) it is a mere trifle compared to the total elimination of other greater freedoms which this corrupt proxy government allows in its role of Quisling administrative office for Brussels.
Freedom of speech, of religion, of association, and of conscience has been up to now jealously guarded by British governments until our accession into the new EUSSR whose raison d'etre is to abolish such freedoms in order to first establish an new iron grip over the peoples of Europe.
So if the Mail thinks we are not already under the "dark clouds" of a totalitarian regime they are seriously deluded.
Pre-eminent is the abolition of Habeas Corpus, presumption of innocence, and the introduction once again of arbitrary arrest by (EU) institutions via the European Arrest Warrant. In a word, the complete destrucition of the protections of Magna Carta against political enslavement. The EAW dwarfs all other confiscations of liberty which descend upon us daily from a succession of PMs and politicos who can only be described as enemies of Britain.

IMO if there is one single area, more than any other which the combined forces of eurorealism needs to attack it is this - the EAW. Whatever you may think of Lord Monckton he does at least articulate vigorous opposition to the EAW, as he understands the vital importance of this one piece of evil emanating from the EU which MUST be reversed.
Listen to him on the Alex Jones interview:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PZN4BlZ ... ploademail


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 Post subject: Re: Another grand day
PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 12:44 pm 

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And while no-one sensible would begin to suggest that we are in any way seeing the dark clouds of a new totalitarian state descend over Europe


I have to disagree, I believe this is exactly what we are sleep walking into: "power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely."

The politburo of Brussels, is a: nascent totalitarian regime.

Lenin started off slowly and it just grew and grew, this is what an originally 'benign' centrally controlled command state, inexorably and in logical progression ends up as - A totalitarian tyranny.

Here in Britain, the apparats and the more powerful Nomenklatura - in recent years, more especially under the nu scum party have put great distance between themselves and us, the plebeians.

The networking between government, the quasi-private sector servicing such departments like the NHS is full of Labour minions and unelected government shills and flunkies ever milking the state.
They drive big cars, educate their kids privately, socialise together and hold us all in a fine contempt, they don't trust us to govern ourselves and the EU is the answer to all their prayers. Because the EU guarantees that the status-quo - will be maintained forever.

It's a two way symbiosis: under the aegis of a Socialist centralised state, the EU has insidiously inserted itself ever more into the fabric of British society.
In the civil service and throughout the/it's British quangocracy - these unelected and very powerful bodies have no redress, answer to no one and wield a disproportionate power, not even Dave can touch them [why would he want to - he's part of 'em], the EU runs them and thus, it runs us.

There is a glass ceiling in our society but it does not mean, small numbers of women achieving boardroom status - in EU-land they can do so easily by playing the equality game, ie, they're more equal than others - who's kidding who here? No, the glass ceiling is put between the people and our masters and betters.

This is why we're moving towards totalitarianism, just like in Communist Russia, the Nomenklatura need to maintain the gap, keep the people in their lowly position and f**k democracy! Give people a choice!#!?? - WHAT?...ER NO....HO HO HO!!...... that is not in the plan.


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 Post subject: Re: Another grand day
PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 2:04 pm 
Iain Martin was doing very well until "What was originally a free trade organisation rapidly became an anti-democratic supra-national monster."


There's irony here (picture vs headline):

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/vi ... ent.362821


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 Post subject: Re: Another grand day
PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 2:24 pm 
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Iain Martin was doing very well until "What was originally a free trade organisation rapidly became an anti-democratic supra-national monster."


There's irony here (picture vs headline):

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/vi ... ent.362821


Of course it was there, and the irony is noted with the pic of the Cleggyslime ... the EU is our political elite .. the poor darlings still do not understand the nature of the beast.

I take your point about Martin ... I had only half-read the piece ... that will learn me. I will do a not-so-silent edit.

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 Post subject: Re: Another grand day
PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 2:47 pm 
You forgot to use the Great Deception Cover (GDC) test, Dr North. Whenever anyone in the MSM mentions the EU, I apply the GDC test. It's quite simple: is the writer of the article mentioned on the cover of the 2005 edition of The Great Deception? If they are - Peter Hitchens, James Delingpole (I'll forgive his support for the Tories last year), Christopher Booker, Richard North - then the article about the EU is safe to read. Otherwise, approach article with caution and tell the cat to hide in case idiotic errors make one violent. </sycophancy>


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 Post subject: Re: Another grand day
PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 2:57 pm 

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Like a lot of males,I decided not to turn the TV on,but,Classic fm were doing a commentary on it,so seeing that I am disabled and could no longer get away from it,I turned it on at about 11:15. Perhaps I am slightly thick,but,it was nice to see all those white faces,not too many black and,definitely no walking black post-boxes. No EU flags on open display,just the Union Flag,thousands of 'em.No Bliar,no McBroon and no one from the EU.Could there be a subtle message there?One can only hope. All- in- all,I thought it was a good show, harking back to another Country,that sadly is no longer with us. Do you think that we will ever see that Great Country again? I am an optimist,I live in hope. PDT_Armataz_01_42 PDT_Armataz_01_34


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 Post subject: Re: Another grand day
PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 3:00 pm 

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I think that I posted on the wrong item.Silly Billy. PDT_Armataz_02_15


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 Post subject: Re: Another grand day
PostPosted: Sun May 01, 2011 12:30 am 

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I had to laugh, whether we believe it or not, can't make my mind up here what's goin' on.

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"one media report claimed that the Eurovision Song Contest, to be staged in Düsseldorf on May 14, was in their sights."


I think the security services should, in this case show a little leniency, or release 'em on bail until they've risen to meet the celestial 72 lucky ladies.


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 Post subject: Re: Another grand day
PostPosted: Sun May 01, 2011 12:34 am 

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Ravenscar wrote:
I had to laugh, whether we believe it or not, can't make my mind up here what's goin' on.

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"one media report claimed that the Eurovision Song Contest, to be staged in Düsseldorf on May 14, was in their sights."


I think the security services should, in this case show a little leniency, or release 'em on bail until they've risen to meet the celestial 72 lucky ladies.

Truly a service to humanity. PDT_Armataz_01_14

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 Post subject: Re: Another grand day
PostPosted: Mon May 02, 2011 11:03 am 

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I see the "Failygraph" has a piece by a "journalist", Odone or some such name, praising the EU's ban on natural remedies. Funny how she does not know that many medicines were derived from plants in the first place, aspirin immediately springs to mind. Nor does she mention how this ban protects the large pharmaceutical companies and removes the competition. Journalist???? :lol:


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