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By admin, posted on April 9, 2013

Actions speak louder than words. We’ve seen how the elected governments of Greece, and now Cyprus, have had little to no say in their austerity and bailout packages. The Euro has superseded the democratic process in Greece, Italy and Cyprus. Today we have former Chancellor Helmut Kohl admitting that he could never have won a… Read more

By admin, posted on April 5, 2013

Our story in the Sun today (Page 2, not online) exposes EU plans to lumber the UK with a £6bn bill to prepare non-Eurozone states for entry into the ailing Euro currency. Of the £50bn fund, £11.4bn has already been allocated to poorer EU member states in the East. That’s us liable for £1.2bn already…. Read more

By admin, posted on April 3, 2013

Yet again we are dragged into the Eurozone crisis. News this morning comes that British taxpayers are to fork out near on £40m to ‘rescue’ Cyprus. I put rescue in inverted commas because Cyprus cannot be rescued while she is in the Euro. Unemployment in the Eurozone continues to rise, despite money being poured in…. Read more

By admin, posted on April 2, 2013

I keep a copy of the EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights by my desk. No, I haven’t gone mad or been hit on the head, I keep it here to remind me how hypocritical the EU has become. It preaches ‘human rights’ and yet what we are seeing is the EU enforcing poverty on millions…. Read more

By admin, posted on April 1, 2013

We have seen EU Commission documents that reveal plans to put Tony Blair on the €20 note. Shockingly enough, the EU plans to recognise Mr Blair’s commitments to European unity, solidarity and integration! You can read the document here. Or if it’s after noon on April 1st, you needn’t bother because it’s an April Fool…. Read more

By admin, posted on March 28, 2013

We all know the EU is fond of issuing propaganda to show the peoples of Europe how great it is. It promotes democracy when it ignores referendum votes against Treaties. It sends out pamphlets saying the Euro creates economic growth and strong economies when Southern Europe is trapped in perpetual depression. It therefore comes as… Read more

By admin, posted on March 27, 2013

The government today are, with some cheek, saying that our already high energy bills are good for us. What they won’t tell you is that these bills are already inflated due to ridiculous EU targets and renewable policies. During this endless chill we’re experiencing, we saw horrific headlines warning of gas rationing. In February the… Read more

By admin, posted on March 25, 2013

Today is the Greek Independence Day. EU finance ministers have agreed today to raid bank deposits of over €100,000 in Cypriot banks. They could lose up to 40% of their deposits. The irony couldn’t be clearer. It’s a deal no one offered the Cypriot people in their recent elections. It’s even more callous that the… Read more