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UKIP are bad news and Farage is a red faced bully, they seem to be little better than the BNP, UKIP and their supporters seem to have an acute persecution complex like the US Teabaggers, I feel like a mug that I voted for these clowns as flawed and hard to understand as the EU is, the Euro was just poorly thought through and wage serfs from Poland didn't work but that's no excuse for rampant, foaming at the mouth nationalism, and it doesn't take much for an antique plane to crash.

Big Orange,

that is the closest anyone has come to making a full confession on the Farage plane crash incident.

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'How do you define Britishness'?

This is how I explain it to the youngsters I meet, or indeed to my nieces and nephews.

When I was young, 6 or 7 years old, my mother would get her parents to babysit for me whilst she worked. My Grandfather, who was welsh, would often take me to the park, or entertain me whilst staying in their home. My Grandfather was a quiet man, but someone who I had immense pride in. He fought in the second world war, involved in the Dunkirk evacuation, and later the D Day landings. His wifes brother (my great uncle) lived two doors away, and often my grandmother would take me to see him. He fought in a different area of the conflict, fighting in North Africa, and then progressing up through Italy and losing many friends in the battle at Monte Casino. I could never get the two of them to tell me too much about the war, maybe as I was too young, but I held in awe these two men, as true heroes. My grandfather suffered a stroke whilst I was still young, and my Great Uncle also suffered from poor health, so when I reached an age where I could start to understand what they had experienced it was too late. It was from my Grandmother that I learned what both of them went through. And now when I think back about them, how ordinary they were, how decent and honest, never complaining about their lot, and the great depravity they experienced, that to me is what Britishness is.

I dont really think Britishness exists anymore, and I'm sure my Grandparents would be heartbroken to see how much this country has changed.

And for your views Mal Volio, it's not that they are unwelcome, more that they seem so alien.

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'How do you define Britishness'?

This is how I explain it to the youngsters I meet, or indeed to my nieces and nephews.

When I was young, 6 or 7 years old, my mother would get her parents to babysit for me whilst she worked. My Grandfather, who was welsh, would often take me to the park, or entertain me whilst staying in their home. My Grandfather was a quiet man, but someone who I had immense pride in. He fought in the second world war, involved in the Dunkirk evacuation, and later the D Day landings. His wifes brother (my great uncle) lived two doors away, and often my grandmother would take me to see him. He fought in a different area of the conflict, fighting in North Africa, and then progressing up through Italy and losing many friends in the battle at Monte Casino. I could never get the two of them to tell me too much about the war, maybe as I was too young, but I held in awe these two men, as true heroes. My grandfather suffered a stroke whilst I was still young, and my Great Uncle also suffered from poor health, so when I reached an age where I could start to understand what they had experienced it was too late. It was from my Grandmother that I learned what both of them went through. And now when I think back about them, how ordinary they were, how decent and honest, never complaining about their lot, and the great depravity they experienced, that to me is what Britishness is.

I dont really think Britishness exists anymore, and I'm sure my Grandparents would be heartbroken to see how much this country has changed.

And for your views Mal Volio, it's not that they are unwelcome, more that they seem so alien.

A heroic generation without doubt but that is not Britishness. If failing to disclose the actions undertaken during the horrors of WW2 are to be the yardstick then I suspect the Germans and Japanese hold the advantage.

Even the Americans of that generation retain a quiet dignity.

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Of the five candidates, the top three runners, David Milliband, Ed Milliband, and Ed Balls are all Bilderbergers, the 140 strong ultra senior freemasons who's job it is to build the EU dictatorship.

They have controlled the Conservative party since 1970, with at least 8 of its senior members Bilderbergers, today including David Cameron, Francis Maude, and Ken Clarke, and the Labour party since at least 1985 through Bilderbergers including Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and Peter Mandleson.

The power of the Bilderbergers is such that since 1970 every British Prime Minister has been a Bilderberger - which they often achive through fixed elections like this one.

Labour Leader John Smith (and later Robin Cook) would not comply. Both ended up dead of surprise heart attacks. Heart attack inducing substances like potassium chloride are their preferred method.

Margaret Thatcher, a naive Bilderberger, realised later on the EU was a dictatorship, and made her Brugge speech opposing it. Within one year the other Bilderbergers in her cabinet had her out on the street, and a compliant Bilderberger, John Major in her place. Margaret has suffered ill health ever since, preventing her from mounting a campaign; that was almost certainly a substance administered in her food.

It is Bilderbergers who force our three parties to insist on being inside the EU police state, and are the reason their policies are indistinguishable in practice (although they may pretend otherwise in rhetoric and manifestos.)

;)

The Lisbon Treaty abolished Britain

on 1st January 2009

This sixth and final EU treaty formally replaced Britain with the European Union on 1st January 2009. This is a year before the deadline set by the Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel.

The Treaty "takes primacy" over the British Constitution which it thereby abolished, and with it the nations of Britain and England; it gives the EU the power to close our Westminster Parliament. The Lisbon Treaty was our Anschluss - It took 4 years for the founder of the EEC, Adolf Hitler, to turn Austria into a full police state after he annexed it. Similarly it will take the EU 3-4 years to consolidate its power, and it will then be impossible to get out.

The Treaty sets up an unelected three tier politburo executive in Brussels with absolute power, a dictatorship on the soviet model. The EU parliament has no power and is a sham.

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And me. I hate this country and what is has become, and also a lot of the people.

But back on topic, what gets me most about those vids is the smug smirk on the faces of the people who Nigel challenges with the truth.

People always get what they deserve, and for the vast majority of people in England and probably Europe, this is it. Now how to escape.........

Hahaha youre pretty much stuck, ive been away the best part of 10 years, Im in Thailand at the moment after living in East Europe and the Middle East, and us whiteys are about as welcome as a fart in an astronauts suit in any countries other the AUS/NZ and the US which is just as much of a police state as England, i shall soon be coming back to England to eventually put my child through some private school or other so she thinks the "ole English way" and isnt corrupted by NuLabour or Tory liberal doctorine, as despite the UK being far from perfect and full of filthy 3rd world immigrant scum its better then other options.

PS To any liberals who wish to call me a hypocrite, I only work in countries on a work visa that last no longer then 1 year despite my skills being sought after, such common sense practice should be repeated in the UK imo.

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I dont really think Britishness exists anymore, and I'm sure my Grandparents would be heartbroken to see how much this country has changed.

Think about this, 1 in 4 kids born today are to 1st gen immigrants, take that plus 2nd gen immigrant kids what will that make the UK in 20yrs time ?

Rather than being a nation of native Britons, the UK will be like the USA, a melting pot of all manner of nations with no indigenous majority.

It's a shame because so many countries (Switzerland etc.) manage to maintain their identity through immigration controls, but we've lost that.

I try not to think about it too much because I get angry and upset in equal measure.

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'How do you define Britishness'?

I dont really think Britishness exists anymore,

Britishness is alive and well if you look out from the Cities and Towns and there it is.

I spend a lot of time cruising with my boat on the Norfolk Broads and everywhere I moor up I see the old Britishness with the people who live there. Surprisingly talking to many of the people I find they are very anti EU and UKIP are doing very well in these country areas. ;)

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A heroic generation without doubt but that is not Britishness. If failing to disclose the actions undertaken during the horrors of WW2 are to be the yardstick then I suspect the Germans and Japanese hold the advantage.

Even the Americans of that generation retain a quiet dignity.

The Americans call the WW2 veterans "the greatest generation" - I have no beef with that B)

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Britishness is alive and well if you look out from the Cities and Towns and there it is.

I spend a lot of time cruising with my boat on the Norfolk Broads and everywhere I moor up I see the old Britishness with the people who live there. Surprisingly talking to many of the people I find they are very anti EU and UKIP are doing very well in these country areas. ;)

At this year's election, LD had a clear majority of nearly 23% over Tory, with Labour in third, UKIP in fourth. UKIP were 634 votes behind Labour (2,357 to 2,991). I voted UKIP, but then I've only ever voted mainstream party once, I think :)

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Many don`t know it but Nigel Farage is an ardent Thatcherite. ;)

Margaret Thatcher, a naive Bilderberger, realised later on the EU was a dictatorship, and made her Brugge speech opposing it. Within one year the other Bilderbergers in her cabinet had her out on the street, and a compliant Bilderberger, John Major in her place.
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Let's talk about EU, the integration of Roma in an expanding Europe

From 2014 there will be absolutely no possibility for Sarkozy sending people home, because they will have total rights of movement and of work, and all the transitional arrangments would have ended," Mr Farage said, referring to France's current legal basis for the expulsion of Bulgarian and Romanian citizens who settle in France.

"If the president or prime minister of a country doesn't have the right to say who should come to live, work and settle in their country, then do their own population realise just how much power this European project has got? So this is a fundamental debate about the European Union - and do the peoples of Europe really want this?"

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, i shall soon be coming back to England to eventually put my child through some private school or other so she thinks the "ole English way" and isnt corrupted by NuLabour or Tory liberal doctorine, as despite the UK being far from perfect and full of filthy 3rd world immigrant scum its better then other options.

One of my cousins has married with one of these so-called "filthy 3rd world immigrant scum", he's a nice wealthy lad from Pakistan and they've had a beautiful baby girl between them. :angry:

Yet another reason why I do not want to be associated with UKIP and its supporters.

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Yet another reason why I do not want to be associated with UKIP and its supporters.

That is your democratic right, but to be ruled by an undemocratic unelected authoritarian organisation is my democratic right to fight it. The Sovereignty of all Nations is paramount and is what democracy is or should be about. All over the EC now there are more and more voices showing dissent within the EU. I too can be angry. :angry: ;)

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According to the mainstream media in this country, it is only us that aren't happy with the way the European union is going. It is good to see that this is not the truth.

This is not the only way UK media has been manipulated. We certainly aren't getting the whole truth over Afghanistan, Iraq, US economy, UK inflation and many other things.

The question has to be, how long before the internet becomes highly regulated by governments.

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One of my cousins has married with one of these so-called "filthy 3rd world immigrant scum", he's a nice wealthy lad from Pakistan and they've had a beautiful baby girl between them. :angry:

Yet another reason why I do not want to be associated with UKIP and its supporters.

I know plenty of socialists who think the country has been overrun by '3rd World immigrant scum'

British jobs for British workers!!!!

Wasn't that a BNP slogan and they're National Socialists

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Just slightly off-topic but on the subject of the EU. A different perspective on europe.

Sometimes it's difficult to know what to make off things :o

http://www.thedailybell.com/1361/Europe-Takes-Over-the-City.html

Free-Market Analysis: It is likely confusing for most people to understand what is going on regarding the British financial system and Europe. On the surface it looks like a takeover of the British system, with the important regulatory elements migrating to Brussels. This is in fact, we would argue, exactly the perception that is supposed to be offered. It is a dominant social theme along these lines: "Europe is moving in and the French are taking over."

But this is a misperception from our point of view. The Anglo-American axis is in control of Europe and the European Union. This is not usually reported of course. There has been even within the alternative news community a wide range of speculation about the EU. One popular explanation has focused on the idea that the EU is actually a peaceful takeover by the remnants of Nazi Germany.

A mere look back in time should put to rest the idea that the European Union was somehow the creation of a ruined Germany or a shattered France. Belgium itself is a concoction of British Royalty and the Americans and the British firmly bestrode Europe after World War II. What became the European Union based in Brussels and with tentacles in Britain and Eastern Europe would not have found a foothold, let alone succeeded without the active backing of the Anglo-American axis.

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