The EU

You will have noticed that I'm not very fond of the EU. For anyone not sure about the EU and its intentions, the following will help you make up your mind. It shows how it was corrupt from its very inception and how politicians of all colours deceived the public in an attempt to achieve ideological aims.

From the very beginning a single super state was the purpose and deception was the method they chose to employ to achieve it - even our own ministers were, and are in on it. It's beyond me why anyone would wish to join an organisation so corrupt that it has been unable to get its accounts audited for the past fifteen years.

This video will give you a good idea of the deception.

The whole scam started at a conference in Berlin in 1942, where a European Economic Community was proposed. In one of the papers, delivered by Dr Horst Jecht, are the following words:

"Two things are necessary for the creation of such an uniform economic area. Firstly a certain degree of economic integration within a given area. Put another way, the way in which it has governed its life for hundreds and thousands of years has to be overthrown and has to be left behind."

This conference was followed by one in 1944, entitled "How Germany will dominate the peace when it loses the war".

These are some quotes from prominent EU proponents and illustrate their over-arching arrogance:

"We are working discreetly ........ and all the time we are denying with our lips what we are doing with our hands." - Arnold Toynbee - Historical researcher and founding father of the EU

"I have never understood why public opinion about European ideas should be taken into account." - Raymond Barre, former French Prime Minister

The following quote is from the founder of the European Movement, Jean Monnet in a private correspondence.

"Europe's nations should be guided towards the super state without their people understanding what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps, each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation."

Jean Monnet again on 3rd April 1952: "The fusion of economic functions would compel nations to fuse their sovereignty into that of a single European State"

"It is as well to state this at the outset - no government dependent on a democratic vote could possibly agree in advance to the sacrifices which any adequate plan for European Union must involve. The people must be led slowly and unconsciously into the abandonment of their traditional economic defences....... No satisfactory economic plan for Europe can be devised without sacrifice of sovereignty by the nations concerned." - Peter Thorneycroft MP, June 1947

"I have never understood why public opinion about European ideas should be taken into account." - Raymond Barre, former French Prime Minister

This was Edward Heath in 1972:

"There is no question of eroding any national sovereignty; there is no blueprint for a federal Europe. There are some in this country who fear that in going into Europe, we shall in some way sacrifice independence and sovereignty. These fears I need hardly say are completely unjustified"

He later admitted to lying to both parliament and the British people. The same Edward Heath in 1990, in response to the question "Did you have in mind a United States of Europe in 1972?" replied "Of course, yes"

"Transforming the European Union into a single State with one army, one constitution and one foreign policy is the critical challenge of the age" - Joschka Fischer, German Foreign Minister The Guardian, London, 26th November 1998

"The Europe of Maastricht could only have been created in the absence of democracy." - Clause Cheysson, former French Foreign Secretary

"Above all, the European Economic Community Takes away Britain's freedom to follow the sort of economic policies we need." - Tony Blair, when standing for Parliament in 1982

"We'll negotiate a withdrawal from the EEC, which has drained our natural resources and destroyed jobs." - Tony Blair, when standing for Parliament in 1997

Then, Tony Blair, speaking to the EU in 2005: "I am a passionate pro-European. I always have been."

"We know that nine out of 10 people will not have read the Constitution and will vote on the basis of what politicians and journalists say. More than that, if the answer is No, the vote will probably have to be done again, because it absolutely has to be Yes. " - Jean-Luc Dehaene, Former Belgian Prime Minister and Vice-President of the EU Convention, Irish Times, 2nd June 2004

Gordon Brown continues the tradition by denying the UK a referendum on the EU constitution.

Our politicians have surrendered the UK's sovereignty into the hands of an unelected, bureaucratic, corrupt and power hungry organisation. They were not entitled to do it and their actions could be called treasonable – but Shetland does not have to join in. We cannot expect politicians and others with vested interests to help Shetland achieve its true potential. If we want change, we have to make it happen – and it's not that difficult. All we have to do is keep asking:

Keep asking: When did the Crown get ownership?