In her book, ‘The Suicide of Europe’, Ingrid Detter de Frankopan, the distinguished European jurist who held the Chair of International Law at Stockholm University, warns us of the danger we run if we vote to remain in the EU next week. If we do we will be governed in perpetuity by an organisation run by unelected, unqualified and unaccountable … [Read on]
It is 3.am on the night of the European Referendum. In a bunker dug deep below a banana straightening factory in East Prussia Hitler learns that exit polls show the ungrateful British, who like curved bananas, are going to leave Europe.
We are delighted to learn that Roger Scruton, the founding editor of The Salisbury Review, has been honoured with a knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list. ‘Roger Scruton was the Editor for the first eighteen years. During the eighties The Review became known in underground circles in Eastern Europe and a regular column gave dissidents behind the wire the opportunity … [Read on]
The EU and the US are conducting secret negotiations – in which the European Parliament will have no say – to allow US and European companies to sue national governments if they allow state run organisations such as the NHS to interfere with their profits. This means that if a US company tenders to take over an NHS hospital and can show … [Read on]
The BBC is very keen on Britain’s coast watchers. They like broadcasting little news items about the small army of male retirees manning the chain of observation posts along our coasts. Apart from obvious cases of bathers or boats in difficulties coast watchers keep an eye on the small boats going in and out of our harbours or off our beaches. They log how many people are on the … [Read on]
Can’t make up your mind how to vote? Despite Brussels’ protestations that the EU Referendum is a once-only offer, if Britain votes to leave Berlaymont will be forced to come cap in hand asking us to reconsider. Without Britain the EU cannot survive. David (double-talk) Cameron will be forced to resign. The new leader will, hopefully, be Boris Johnson … [Read on]
On May 1st Brussels decided, in effect, to extend the EU border to the frontiers of Syria, Iraq, Iran, Armenia and Georgia. They have offered visa-free travel to the EU to the citizens of Turkey, and are in negotiations to offer the same to the Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, and Kosovo (totalling 125 million people). Meanwhile in return for a fat bribe, … [Read on]
Today Saturday the 4th of June, I wanted to hear news of the relief of Raqqa and the city’s population which has been trapped by ISIS gangs for months. Conditions are so bad, it is reported, that some refugees have drowned their children. There is no food or water, and, as is usual with ISIS, reports abound of men been … [Read on]