Thursday, 1 November 2007

Every Day, we are reminded that we are no longer a Sovereign nation.

We have terror subjects roaming due to EU laws.
We have Junior Doctors at risk by the NHS being forced to take EU Doctors due to EU Laws
We have criminals not deported due to EU laws.
We have fading control over immigration and asylum due to EU laws.
We have daft Foot & Mouth logistics due to EU directives.
We have th Food Standards Agency not ruling on food additives because "it is an EU matter" - reply is "so shut down then".
And to add insult to injury, The Town Clerk of Britain, Gordon Brown - for that is all he really is these days - is aiding and abetting this by forming Commons Committees for each Region.

I see one reason for not moving forward to an English Parliament - that would scupper the plans for the breakup of England.

Britain stood up to enforced collectivisation in the past. Will it do so again? Japan learnt it could dominate economically without warfare. The EU is trying to dominate politically in a similar fashion.

1 comment:

Phil A said...

Re: "I see one reason for not moving forward to an English Parliament - that would scupper the plans for the breakup of England."

Absolutely.

My own preference would be the abolition of the Scots and Welsh assemblies/parliaments and the structures that support them. The abolition of all regional assemblies and the structures that support them (I realise this is unlikely to happen).

My nod in the direction of ‘devolution’ would be limited voting at Westminster by Scots MPs for Scottish Matters, Welsh MPs for Welsh matters and English MPs on English matters. Maybe tweak the number of MPs.