Category Archives: tyranny

Ceci n’est pas une tiranny

From Die Deutsche Wirtschaft Nachrichten we get this cheerful news: EU wants to regulate cultivation of fruit and vegetables in gardens The European Commission wants to impose on farmers and gardeners in the future the use of unit seed. Old … Continue reading

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… from EURef. Too good to not pass on.

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A scary thought

Mary-Ellen Synon in her latest: Merkel forgets Germany’s history: ‘Austerity not inflation gave us Hitler’ Murray recommends that readers should study the record of Heinrich Bruning, predecessor of Adolf Hitler as German chancellor. They could discover ‘the real reason for … Continue reading

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Not just the EUnion

As we, on this side of the Big Pond, sit and watch in flabbergasted amazement at completely counter-intuitive political and financial wranglings of eurocrats home and abroad, in the US we get wind of similar exercises in sinister dealings via … Continue reading

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A dose of cold, hard truth

Pat Condell: The Gathering Storm. Wake up, Europe, and smell the treachery. Must see, must listen to.

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Worse then Lysenkoism

As the emails released in Climategate II are being scrutinized and poured over around the world, something quite sinister has cropped up. Over on WUWT one Gail Combs pulled a thread that is fast unravelling the veil and revealing the … Continue reading

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Guilders for euros

Quite suddenly this weekend saw an intense and unusually grown-up debate about the return of the Dutch guilder. The spark that lit this debate came from Geert Wilders when he announced a new project: PVV investigates return of guilder, may … Continue reading

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Chosing another prince

On matters EUnion it’s very hard to come up with a decent post these days. One reason is the fluidity of it all. Another reason is the sheer tempo in which various political leaders are falling over each other in … Continue reading

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Quote of the day

The situation is not unlike that in former communist East Germany. It was called the German Democratic Republic and you could vote for different parties – Christian Democrats, Liberal Democrats, the Democratic Farmers’ Party and so on. But they were … Continue reading

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Gates of Vienna asks the question: How Does a Totalitarian Democracy Avoid Responsibility? The answer: They scapegoat. In this case this is about Norway trying to come to terms with the Breivik atrocity, while simultaneously avoiding the awkward questions it … Continue reading

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