In April of this year we learned that the EU wipes England off the map - as Gordon Brown flies the flag of St George over Downing Street. Within the article, "the Tories accused the Government of trying to create a European superstate via the back door".
Under the programme, known as INTER-REG, counties along England's south coast form the 'Manche Region' along with northern France. The 'Atlantic Region' takes in western England, along with Ireland, Wales and parts of Portugal, Spain, France and Scotland. Meanwhile eastern England is part of the 'North Sea Region', which covers areas of Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, Norway and the Netherlands. The UK Government is fully behind the project, even though the words 'England' and 'Britain' are left off official maps of each area and the Manche Region renames the English Channel 'The Channel Sea'.
Let us examine this announcement in a little more detail. The report also indicates that, Each region, which will be given taxpayers' money to promote trade links, cultural ties, transport policies and tourism, is to be run by a 'managing authority' ofunelected officials overseen by a director."
By whose authority are these regions being established, may I ask?
We are then told that, "The regions have legal status and Manche has a budget of £261million between 2007 and 2013, Atlantic has £127million and North Sea has £219million."
By whose authority did these regions derive their legal status? This project has already been comprehensively rejected in 2004 by the French and Dutch citizens in their referenda. Who has overridden the outcome of their democratic ballots?
A Conservative MP stated that, "The Labour Government has been caught red-handed conspiring with European bureaucrats to create a European superstate via the back door. Gordon Brown literally wants to wipe England off the map."
I will now continue by presenting evidence to show that either the Conservative Party is completely blind not to have seen this proposal coming, or it has deliberately chosen not to tell the British electorate.
Unlawful Regional Assemblies
In terms of regional government, the only referendum offered to the British People was in the North East. In 2004, 78% votednot to have an elected assembly. In response, the Government imposed an unelected one. Following the vote, John Prescott said on behalf of the Government:-
"The people have had their say. As a result of last night’s vote, the Government will neither introduce the Regional Assemblies Bill, nor implement the local government changes that arise from an assembly." Source.
He lied. Here is the North East Regional Assembly.
Breach of an election manifesto promise to consult the people.
In relation to the House of Lords debate concerning the ratification of the EU Constitution (Lisbon Treaty) we find the following question: -
Lord Forsyth of Drumlean: . My Lords, I am grateful to the Minister, who has given a clear exposition of the TreatyWill she explain how this exposition differs from that on page 87 of the Labour Party’s manifesto, which went on to say that, should the Government be successful in winning the election, they would provide a referendum and campaign for a 'yes' vote in it? I see no distinction between the Treaty as described in the manifesto and the Treaty as described today. European (Amendment) Bill - House of Lords at Column 861.
Parliament has failed to debate the issues openly in public
I present as further evidence the following videos which, after the above newpaper announcement of the establishment of trans-national regions, will leave viewers in no doubt whatsoever that we have been 'duped' by Parliament. Introduced by Sir Patrick Moore with further commentary by Christopher Gill, Christopher Booker, John Bingley (constitutional expert), Ian Milnes (economist), Lindsay Jenkins (researcher & author) and Vladimir Bukovsky (writer and lecturer), they have encouraged me to conduct my own entirely independent research. Within his introduction, Sir Patrick Moore says: -
Almost all you are about to hear has been hidden from you. Everything you are about to hear is: The truth. To watch the videos please click on the blue links below.
In Part 2 of this article I will show you more of the independent research that I have conducted. Far from allowing me to reject the content of this video as speculative, I have become convinced that the draconian measures directed towards smokers form part of a 'softening up' process intended to divide and confuse the British Public before our independent and free nation becomes sacrificed on the political altar of the European federalists. Although originally directed towards 15 million smoking citizens, we now see potential draconian measures being directed towards consumers of alcohol, those who are slightly overweight, the motorist and other groups. Such issues now become of equal concern to us all.