Remain campaigner Baroness Karren Brady tells rebel MPs and Lords to back Theresa May …

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 Remain campaigner Baroness Karren Brady tells rebel MPs and Lords to back Theresa May …
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Remain campaigner Baroness Karren Brady tells rebel MPs and Lords to back Theresa May on Brexit – saying the PM needs support

The ex-Remain campaigner and Apprentice star said that while she voted to stay in the EU, Westminster now had to get behind the Prime Minister

BARONESS Karren Brady last night urged rebel MPs to trust Theresa May – and support the Government on Brexit in Parliament on Monday.

The ex-Remain campaigner and Apprentice star said that while she voted to stay in the EU, Westminster now had to get behind the Prime Minister.

Baroness Brady said the PM needed support now

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Baroness Brady said the PM needed support now

She said this meant chucking out Labour and Lib Dem amendments to the Brexit Bill in the Commons today.

These demand the PM to guarantee the rights of EU citizens and give Parliament a ‘veto’ on the outcome of Brexit talks before she can trigger ‘Article 50’ and begin negotiations with the EU.

But Baroness Brady said: “I’ve spent my whole career doing deals, negotiating with partners and getting results. The one thing I’ve learnt is you just can’t operate effectively with one arm tied behind your back.

“That’s exactly what the extra restrictions to the Article 50 bill proposed by Labour and the Lib Dems would do.”

Theresa May could be in a position to trigger Brexit this week

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Theresa May could be in a position to trigger Brexit this week

She added: “Our departure from the EU is the most important negotiation for generations. The Government needs the support of Parliament, not additional frustration.”

If a majority of MPs vote to throw out the Lords amendments today, the Brexit Bill goes back to the Lords on Monday night.

Peers are then expected to back down – and accept the Government’s legislation in its original form.

This would mean Theresa May is in a position to trigger Article 50 as early as Tuesday.

Baroness Brady voted against the amendments in the House of Lords despite vigorously campaign for remain in the EU last year. At the time she was on the executive team of Britain Stronger In Europe.

Fellow board member Lord Stuart Rose last week said Brits should now get “100 per cent behind the Government” over Britain’s EU departure.

Baroness Brady was part of the Britain Stronger in Europe campaign last year

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Baroness Brady was part of the Britain Stronger in Europe campaign last year

Speaking on Sunday Baroness Brady said: “We all need to get on with the job of leaving the European Union and establishing our place in the world.

“I chose to remain in the referendum, but the people had their say and when the bill to start our departure came to the House of Lords I voted for Britain and opposed these amendments.

“Today I hope MPs do the same.”

Boris Johnson says Russians are capable of hacking our elections

Lords have tried to tag on amendments to the Brexit Bill

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Lords have tried to tag on amendments to the Brexit Bill
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The imposition of a Government and policies upon its vassal regions such as the peoples of Greece shows just how far from being a democracy the EU is.There will be little or no change in Britain’s economic position, when we leave the EU and by then being a part of the Eropean Economic Area all will benefit, as we secure trade relations with the EU vassal regions and can trade and negotiate independently on a global stage.
One huge benefit will be that we can negotiate with bodies like the WTO, UN, WHO, IMF, CODEX and the like, directly in our own interest and that of our partners around the world in both the Commonwealth and the Anglosphere at large; rather than having negotiations and term imposed by unelected EU bureacrats.
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Britain’s High Court blocks new Brexit challenge …

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Britain’s High Court blocks new Brexit challenge

may-theresa-07-merkel-angelaLONDON (AP) —

Britain’s High Court has blocked a new legal challenge to Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.

The decision comes days after the House of Commons decisively backed a bill to authorize divorce proceedings from the 28-nation bloc, sending a measure on for committee scrutiny. That result was a victory for Prime Minister Theresa May’s government, which had sought to avert the vote.

 

Campaigners in favor of keeping Britain in the single market sought to have a separate vote in Parliament to seek permission to pull out of the European Economic Area, which unites the EU member states and three other countries in an internal market governed by similar rules.

The judges said Friday “the current claims are premature.”

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The imposition of a Government and policies upon its vassal regions such as the peoples of Greece shows just how far from being a democracy the EU is.There will be little or no change in Britain’s economic position, when we leave the EU and by then being a part of the Eropean Economic Area all will benefit, as we secure trade relations with the EU vassal regions and can trade and negotiate independently on a global stage.
One huge benefit will be that we can negotiate with bodies like the WTO, UN, WHO, IMF, CODEX and the like, directly in our own interest and that of our partners around the world in both the Commonwealth and the Anglosphere at large; rather than having negotiations and term imposed by unelected EU bureacrats.
The greatest change and benefit will be political, as we improve our democracy and self determination, with the ability to deselect and elect our own Government, which with an improved Westminster structure, see >Harrogate Agenda<.
How we go about the process of disentangling our future well being from the EU is laid out in extensive, well researched and immensly tedious detail see >FleXcit< or for a brief video summary CLICK HERE
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  13. I do NOT believe the IPCC Climate Propaganda re Anthropogenic Global Warming
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Gina Miller Wants A Role In Brexit …

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Gina Miller wants role in Brexit

 Unbelievably Gina Miller has said she wants a role in the Brexit negotiations!

Whilst she was trying to block Brexit, she always said that her motivation was to ensure the process of law was honoured. But Gina is showing her true colours now!

The businesswoman argued that it would be against the law  for the Government to start negotiations without first seeking the go ahead of MPs, which she said would go against “the letter of the law and sovereignty of Parliament”.

Ms Miller took her grievance to the Highest Court and won before the Government failed in challenging the verdict in the Supreme Court – the final court of appeal in Britain.

Ms Miller’s challenge attracted many critics, including MP Dominic Raab, who accused her of trying  to “steal the referendum by the back door”.

In an interview with the Sunday Mirror, Ms Miller claimed that one thug had offered £5,000 to anyone who killed her because of her court challenge.

Ms Miller must be kept far away from any part of this journey. She has no mandate to get involved at all.

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The imposition of a Government and policies upon its vassal regions such as the peoples of Greece shows just how far from being a democracy the EU is.There will be little or no change in Britain’s economic position, when we leave the EU and by then being a part of the Eropean Economic Area all will benefit, as we secure trade relations with the EU vassal regions and can trade and negotiate independently on a global stage.
One huge benefit will be that we can negotiate with bodies like the WTO, UN, WHO, IMF, CODEX and the like, directly in our own interest and that of our partners around the world in both the Commonwealth and the Anglosphere at large; rather than having negotiations and term imposed by unelected EU bureacrats.
The greatest change and benefit will be political, as we improve our democracy and self determination, with the ability to deselect and elect our own Government, which with an improved Westminster structure, see >Harrogate Agenda<.
How we go about the process of disentangling our future well being from the EU is laid out in extensive, well researched and immensly tedious detail see >FleXcit< or for a brief video summary CLICK HERE
NB:
  1. I NEVER post anonymously on the internet
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  10. I AM opposed to British membership of The EU
  11. I AM opposed to Welsh, Scottish or English Independence within an interdependent UK
  12. I am NOT a WARMIST
  13. I do NOT believe the IPCC Climate Propaganda re Anthropogenic Global Warming
  14. I AM strongly opposed to the subsidy or use of failed technologies eg. WIND TURBINES
  15. I AM IN FAVOUR of rapid research & development of NEW NUCLEAR technologies
  16. I see no evidence to trust POLITICIANS at any level or of any persuasion
  17. I do NOT believe in GODS singular or plural, Bronze Age or Modern
  18. I value the NHS as a HEALTH SERVICE NOT a Lifestyle support
  19. I believe in a DEATH PENALTY for serial or GBH rape.
  20. I believe in a DEATH PENALTY for serial, terrorist, mass or for pleasure murder.
  21. I believe in a DEATH PENALTY for serial gross child abuse including sexual.
  22. I do NOT trust or believe in armed police
  23. I do NOT believe in prolonging human life beyond reasonable expectation of sentient participatory intellectual existence
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Theresa May On The Road To A Post BreXit Relationship With Trump & The USA …

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Theresa May On The Road To A Post BreXit Relationship With Trump & The USA …
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Theresa May strikes balance between courtship and candour

UK leader hails special relationship but warns US not to ‘step back’ from global role

Theresa May will meet Donald Trump on Friday after winning plaudits for an ambitious foreign policy speech in which she subtly urged the US president to shoulder his global responsibilities to avert the “eclipse of the west”.

The speech to Republican Congressional leaders on Thursday was on one level a familiar attempt by a British prime minister to curry favour with the new occupant of the White House by invoking the “special relationship”. Allusions to the 1980s pairing of Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan also guaranteed Mrs May a warm reception from her Republican audience in Philadelphia.

But she was also making a carefully crafted attempt to confront Mr Trump with the need to fight to sustain western values, faced with the rise of China and an increasingly assertive Russia.

Mrs May reminded her US audience how America shaped the modern world through its support for organisations such as the UN, whose funding Mr Trump wants to cut, and Nato, which the new president has dismissed as “obsolete”.

She said the old Blair doctrine of “liberal intervention” in the affairs of sovereign countries was over, but suggested Mr Trump was making a big mistake if his “America First” policy meant turning his back on the world.

“We — our two countries together — have a responsibility to lead,” she said. “Because when others step up as we step back, it is bad for America, for Britain and the world.”

She played to Mr Trump by attacking the “malign” influence of Iran in the Middle East but had a blunt warning for the US president over his warming relations with Vladimir Putin: “Engage — but beware.”

The speech won applause in Philadelphia and back in Britain.

“That was a serious speech by Theresa May,” tweeted Philip Collins, Tony Blair’s former speech writer. “I feared we might look craven and a bit needy. Not a bit of it.”

Meanwhile, Sir Anthony Seldon, chronicler of a number of prime ministers, said: “May hits the right note again. It’s been a long time since a British prime minister has had such a strong 10 days.” Even Nigel Farage, former Ukip leader, praised the speech.

After her well-received Brexit speech Mrs May is on something of a roll. Her newfound momentum comes after an awkward start to January when her EU ambassador Sir Ivan Rogers quit and The Economist accused her of dithering under the cover headline “Theresa Maybe”.

Friday could be tougher as she prepares for a joint press conference with Mr Trump at the White House — an event that recent experience suggests could prove highly unpredictable and difficult to control. Mrs May likes to be in control.

The US press are unlikely to give the president an easy ride after his high-profile attacks on “dishonest” reporting. The British press will probe Mrs May’s many differences with Mr Trump on issues from torture to Russia.

Her comment on Thursday that “sometimes opposites attract” lays her open to criticism in Britain that she is preparing for an unedifying love-in with the new president — the kind that sets European teeth on edge.

Mrs May and Mr Trump will want to focus on a future trade deal — a commercial expression of their new partnership — even though it may be a long way off. But so far on her US visit, the prime minister has deftly managed to play the role of candid friend.

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With an avg. 1.2M voters per MEP & Britain having only 8%, if united, say. The EUropean Parliament has no ability to make policy and has a Commission of unelected bureaucrats, thus clearly the EU is not even a pretence of being a democracy; yet it is willing to slaughter people in Sovereign States to impose democracy on them!
The imposition of a Government and policies upon its vassal regions such as the peoples of Greece shows just how far from being a democracy the EU is.There will be little or no change in Britain’s economic position, when we leave the EU and by then being a part of the Eropean Economic Area all will benefit, as we secure trade relations with the EU vassal regions and can trade and negotiate independently on a global stage.
One huge benefit will be that we can negotiate with bodies like the WTO, UN, WHO, IMF, CODEX and the like, directly in our own interest and that of our partners around the world in both the Commonwealth and the Anglosphere at large; rather than having negotiations and term imposed by unelected EU bureacrats.
The greatest change and benefit will be political, as we improve our democracy and self determination, with the ability to deselect and elect our own Government, which with an improved Westminster structure, see >Harrogate Agenda<.
How we go about the process of disentangling our future well being from the EU is laid out in extensive, well researched and immensly tedious detail see >FleXcit< or for a brief video summary CLICK HERE
NB:
  1. I NEVER post anonymously on the internet
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  6. I ONLY GUARANTEE to answer identifiable eMails
  7. I ONLY GUARANTEE to phone back identifiable UK Land Line Messages
  8. I do NOT accept phone calls from witheld numbers
  9. I Regret due to BT in this area I have a rubbish Broadband connection
  10. I AM opposed to British membership of The EU
  11. I AM opposed to Welsh, Scottish or English Independence within an interdependent UK
  12. I am NOT a WARMIST
  13. I do NOT believe the IPCC Climate Propaganda re Anthropogenic Global Warming
  14. I AM strongly opposed to the subsidy or use of failed technologies eg. WIND TURBINES
  15. I AM IN FAVOUR of rapid research & development of NEW NUCLEAR technologies
  16. I see no evidence to trust POLITICIANS at any level or of any persuasion
  17. I do NOT believe in GODS singular or plural, Bronze Age or Modern
  18. I value the NHS as a HEALTH SERVICE NOT a Lifestyle support
  19. I believe in a DEATH PENALTY for serial or GBH rape.
  20. I believe in a DEATH PENALTY for serial, terrorist, mass or for pleasure murder.
  21. I believe in a DEATH PENALTY for serial gross child abuse including sexual.
  22. I do NOT trust or believe in armed police
  23. I do NOT believe in prolonging human life beyond reasonable expectation of sentient participatory intellectual existence
  24. I believe in EUTHENASIA under clearly defined & legal terms
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Are The Baltic States & Others Wise To Be Preparing For Russian Re-Invasion …

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Are The Baltic States & Others Wise To Be Preparing For Russian Re-Invasion …
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in reading the article below do be minded that 2017 is the Centenary of The Bolshevic Revolution and naturally Vladimir Putin and some of his cronies may well wish to act in a manner that marks the importance of their presence! This factor is likely to influence much of Putin’s posturing and interference on the world stage however it is unlikely that he will be foolish enough to enter into direct confrontation with any Western Nation as he will be all too well aware of their various interlocked alliances.

We are far more likely to be plunged into the very confrontation we would wish to avoid by the crass behaviour of the unelected apparatchiks of the EU – as was made manifest by the dangerous interference of the EU in the Ukraine where they crassly overlooked two very major considerations.

FIRSTLY: The EU overlooked the fact that the Crimea was titularly under the control of the Ukraine, as a result of Nikita Kruschev’s rewarding the Ukraine for its loyalty – when very clearly Crimea was a crucially important Russian Federation Naval base and also a USSR now Russian holiday region!

SECONDLY: The EU totally overlooked the fact that Kiev is not only the capital of the Ukraine but also has a far greater influence over Russia and the old USSR territories being the centre of the Russian Orthodox Church!

The Russians are coming

The Baltic states are braced for an invasion by Putin and fear that Nato won’t come to their rescue if he attacks. Mark Porter and Ana Pouvreau meet the citizen resistance army ready to defend their homeland

ALVIS MISJUNS

The soldiers were fast asleep when the “little green men” appeared through a clearing in the forest, wearing the unmarked uniforms favoured by Russia’s Spetsnaz special forces. As silent as the falling snow, they advanced on the abandoned, windowless housing blocks where 3 Section of the 17th Latvian Air Defence Battalion were curled up asleep on the concrete floor.

The darkness was total in the ghost town of Skrunda-1, a former Soviet military base and radar station. But not for long. An eye-watering smokescreen accompanied by a series of thunder flashes, flares and gunfire rent the night asunder. In Bunker 7, a librarian, a mother of two and a garage mechanic — along with a mixed crew of 50 others — scrambled for their old Ak4 Swedish assault rifles. Stumbling from Nato-issue sleeping bags and bent double, they zigzagged to the windows to return fire.

It was -6C and Private Ivo Mednis, a burly man in his late thirties, wiped the snow from his spectacles and beard. Like many others, he has signed up to the National Guard to defend Latvia against the attack from Russia that the whole of his homeland is bracing itself for. There are queues of young and not so young (the age limit is 55) Latvians clamouring to join the 11,000 who make up the small nation’s three brigades of civilian soldiers.

Members of the National Guard train with regular forces and sign up for a statutory five years, and are obliged to bear arms even after that; 3 Section is based in Riga, the Latvian capital, as are the Cyber Defence Unit, the Veterans’ Union and the Orchestra and Choir of the Guard.

Wake-up call: Russians on the Ukrainian border during the annexation of Crimea in 2014BAZ RATNER/REUTERS

However, singing was a long way from anyone’s mind as the unidentified enemy attempted to storm the bunker. It was hard to tell what was going on through the smoke and din, but it quickly transpired that the 17th Air Defence Battalion had responded quickly enough to capture or kill the advancing enemy, and, just as suddenly as the gunfire had started 30 minutes earlier, it stopped.

This military action was only an exercise, but its combatants know that the real thing is all too likely. War is being predicted this year. Linas Linkevicius, the foreign minister of neighbouring Lithuania, says he thinks the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, may strike into the Baltic states even before Donald Trump is inaugurated as US president on January 20, to test the resolve of the Nato alliance.

Under the Nato pact, an attack on one member of the alliance is deemed an attack on all — so if the Russians were to invade Latvia, a Nato member, Britain, America, France and the other Nato nations would be expected to leap to Latvia’s defence. However, because Trump on the campaign trail was a little wobbly on the extent of his commitment to Nato, suggesting, “Nato as a concept is good, but not as good as it was when it first evolved” — primarily because “it’s costing us too much money” (a jibe at the European countries that don’t devote at least 2% of GDP to defence) — the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is certainly not quite what it was. And this is not just Baltic paranoia: the British general and former Nato boss Sir Richard Shirreff makes a similarly grave prediction about the likelihood of a Russian invasion of the Baltics in his book, 2017: War with Russia.

Certainly, tensions in this part of the world are running high. It was the Latvian secretary of state for defence, Janis Garisons, who gave us permission to come on this exercise when we met him the week before it took place. He revealed that the Latvian National Guard is on red alert and that many soldiers keep their weapons at home in readiness for the attack they fear is imminent.

After the guard had foiled the “little green men” on this exercise, hot drinks were served from an ancient field boiler as we stood around a blazing bonfire. The “Russian Spetsnaz” assailants this time were, in fact, a bunch of hardened regular Latvian NCOs, who, afterwards, debriefed the volunteers as they jockeyed for position around the burning embers. But everyone here knows only too well that next time the Russians really could be coming.

Private Mednis runs an internet business in Riga; you could be forgiven for wondering why he’d give up his weekend to get shot at in a blizzard. “Why do we do this? The answer is simple. We want to show the enemy that we are prepared to fight,” he says.

Sergeant Dainis Ceirulis, who earned his spurs with the British Royal Marines, is one of their trainers. “They’re very keen, fast learners,” he says. “Many of the volunteers give a lot more of their time than the minimum 20 days, and they don’t do it for the money, as they only get €23.50 [£20] a day.”

First Sergeant Guntars Jansons, who served in Bosnia and Iraq and lost an eye fighting for Nato, says the level of motivation in the National Guard is impressive: “They are signing up because they are patriotic and because of the aggressive behaviour of the Russians.”

“They feel they may soon have to fight for their lives and for their country. Independence means a lot to them, and more and more are volunteering,” says fellow First Sergeant Edgars Fogels. Their attitude is generally “better”, he says, than that of the regular troops.

Under the gunmetal grey of the Baltic sky, the troops were inspected at 0900, after the exercise was over. Snow was again falling and the old four-ton transport lorries spluttered diesel fumes into the morning air as they awaited their cargo of volunteers.

Skrunda-1 was built in the 1960s and housed two giant Dnepr radars, which provided the Soviet early-warning system for incoming intercontinental ballistic missiles. Three miles north of the small town of Skrunda, it was also a spy station and home to thousands of troops. All that is left are the concrete skeletons of Soviet army blocks, ideal for training.

Fight club: Latvian ultra-nationalists train for hand-to-hand combat in Riga

IN RURAL Hampshire, England, at the farmhouse of Sir Richard Shirreff, Nato’s former Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe, coffee is served in a huge book-lined study. It was here that he penned 2017: War with Russia, a Sunday Times bestseller. Published last year, it’s an apocalyptic warning dressed up as a techno-thriller: there will be war this year unless we react to the clear and present danger posed by Russia in the Baltic states.

It may be fiction, but Shirreff, who retired from the army in 2014, has never been more serious: “In reality, Russia has set itself on a collision course with the West. It is far more dangerous than Isis and is now our strategic adversary, having built up its military capability and thrown away the rulebook on which post-Cold War security was based.”

The Baltic States are members of Nato, but Shirreff believes the alliance is now underfinanced by the European allies and in a state of disarray, unfocused and currently incapable of defending the Baltics. “Unless Donald Trump establishes his leadership of Nato from the outset, this will effectively signal the start of the decoupling process of America from European security. Putin will have achieved one of his major goals: the neutering of Nato. The deployment next year of four battalions [to Poland and Estonia, including UK troops] is too little, too late. A combined armed brigade of 5,000 would be preferable.”

War games: 31,000 Nato troops took part in Exercise Anakonda in Poland last June EYEVINE

A previous guest at his home in 2012 — this time his Nato abode in Belgium — was General Valery Gerasimov, chief of the general staff of the Russian armed forces, and architect of their brand of “hybrid warfare” — a broad range of hostile actions of which military force is just one. But in 2012 things were more relaxed, and Nato and Russia were working towards a strategic partnership.

“The invasion of Crimea and Eastern Ukraine [by Russia in March 2014] was a turning point in history and demonstrated unequivocally that Russia was our enemy now and that the situation had fundamentally changed. They’d been planning this all along, while pretending openness. Again, Putin got away with it, but it provided the wake-up call we needed.”

Latvia is the obvious target because its population has the highest proportion of Russians in the region (27%), quickly to be followed by Lithuania and Estonia, and Putin’s forces can launch an airborne brigade into Riga in 50 minutes from their base in Pskov, near the Estonian-Latvian border. “Once the Russians were in control there, it would be game over,” says Shirreff.

Vlad the Invader: Latvians live in fear of Putin, who parades armies near their borderEYEVINE

In Latvia there are reminders everywhere of the former Soviet occupation, the half-century from 1940 until the hand-holding ceremony in 1991 that marked the beginning of the end of communist rule from Moscow (with the exception of Nazi occupation from 1941 to 1944). Whole swathes of the country were off limits during those times. Much of Latvia’s Sweden-facing west coast, from Liepaja to Kolka, was given over to military activity because of its strategic westerly position.

Liepaja is where the Soviet Atlantic submarine fleet was stationed — the Karosta naval base and army barracks still occupies a third of the town. At the dark and bone-chilling military prison, former guards lead tours; you can spend the night, if you wish, for €17, sleeping on a wooden board and being woken at regular intervals for verbal abuse. It is surrounded by mass graves of deserters shot by the Nazis.

Near Ventspils, in another military ghost town, there is the International Radio Astronomy Centre. This is a newly restored, 600-ton, 32-metre dish mounted on a 25-metre concrete base that was used to eavesdrop on the West. Further north, the beautiful but desolate Kolka peninsula was out of bounds throughout the Soviet era to all but the handful of Livonian-Finnic peasants who lived and farmed there.

Tracts of forest and swamp stretch for hundreds of miles and still occasionally belch up Soviet and Nazi tanks that strayed from the ancient bridleways. Old watchtowers keep guard over the coast between Ventspils and Kolka, and from the top of the one at Cape Kolka you can see the old searchlight towers that raked the sands after the 8pm curfew.

The road from Kolka to Riga takes you through Jurmala, in the past a playground for rich Soviets just as it is now a playground for Putin’s plutocrats. It is Gstaad meets Cannes, with a touch of Martha’s Vineyard thrown in, on 20 miles of white sand. A stretch of interstate-style highway connects it to the airport, where private Russian jets are parked, then the road continues to the arching suspension bridge that leads to the walls of Riga Castle and the old town.

At the Innocent Café in Riga’s Blaumana Street, the owner, Martins Stakis, a Latvian TV celebrity, businessman and restaurateur, has done much to promote the cause of the National Guard. Stakis is a leading member of the Student Battalion in Riga, set up in 1914 to combat the German advance. As well as being host of Roots in the Sky, an Andrew Marr-style Sunday-morning current affairs programme on the main LTV1 channel, he is a trainee military instructor.

“There are seven levels of war,” he says. “Now we are at the fifth level: the propaganda war. The sixth level is when the little green men enter the country, like they did in Ukraine in 2014. We must avoid this level by any means. What we can do as citizens is make it clear to the Russians that we are ready to fight.”

“Worst case”: Sir Richard Shirreff has predicted a Russian invasion of the Baltics

 

He is correct about the propaganda war, which grindingly attempts to foment dissent. The Baltic TV and radio waves are saturated with Kremlin-controlled programmes and news channels that the local ethnic Russian population tune into. Amendments to the national security law were introduced this year stipulating that the armed forces should take instant military action in the event of invasion, no matter what the government says. This is to pre-empt a government takeover immediately prior to military escalation. There is a precedent here: Latvia’s rulers capitulated overnight to the Russians in 1940.

“It’s the same in Estonia and Lithuania. If unmarked troops start appearing, we start fighting. The Russians will try to stay under the radar, so it is unclear to Nato whether they should act under Article 5 and retaliate,” says Stakis. “But the other major problem is ‘hybrid warfare’, the unseen stuff that happens before or instead of conventional war.”

Otherwise known as the Gerasimov Doctrine, hybrid warfare blurs the boundaries between war and peace, meaning that mobilisation effectively begins long before any declaration of war. It incites fifth columns and introduces computer malware to do the spying. When the Snake virus struck in Ukraine, it allowed Moscow access deep inside the Kiev government’s files.

In the case of Latvia, increasing cyber attacks have coincided with Russian exercises involving up to 40,000 troops near its borders. Recent exercises have ended with a simulated nuclear strike, in tune with Russia’s new “first-use” policy — the idea that if Russia were faced with a large-scale conventional attack, it might respond with a limited nuclear strike. Targets have included Warsaw, Berlin, Copenhagen and Stockholm, which all fall within range of the Kaliningrad-based Iskander tactical nuclear weapons. Paradoxically, this strategy is known as “nuclear de-escalation” — that is, making the threat of a nuclear response so credible that Nato simply backs off.

Last year, Nato held counter exercises, the biggest of which was the Anakonda war game in Poland in June, in which 31,000 troops from 24 countries, including America, Poland and the UK, took part.

“All the snap exercises the Russians are undertaking and the movement of troops mean you cannot draw any other conclusion than that they are planning to capture the Baltic states,” says the author and analyst Dr Julian Lindley-French, whose book The New Geopolitics of Terror: Demons and Dragons comes out early this year.

“The more likely threat is not war with Russia, but limited war with Russia, whereby they simply seal the Suwalki Gap on one of the snap exercises. They would have the manpower and Nato would be unable to respond,” Lindley-French told The Sunday Times from the annual Riga Conference, an event staged since 2006 — two years after Latvia joined Nato.

The Latvian National Guard is on red alert, and many keep their weapons at home in readiness for the attack they fear is imminent

The Suwalki Gap is the 40-mile border between Lithuania and Poland (see map, previous page), a strategic choke point between the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad in the west and Belarus in the east. It is the only exit to Europe for the Baltic states, the rest of their landmass being bound by Russia, its ally Belarus and the sea.

“Then Putin would say he had achieved his limited objectives and taken back what was always Russia’s. ‘If you want to go to war over the Baltic states, then be my guest,’ he would say. The last time this happened, it took 55 years to get them back.”

Putin’s gamble is that, in the face of direct nuclear threat, Nato would be reluctant to sacrifice European cities and in so doing would bring about its own demise. “Trump’s election seems to make this scenario even more likely, since he has denigrated Nato and questions the transatlantic link,” says Lindley-French.

Some 50% of the population of Riga are native Russian speakers, including its first ethnic Russian mayor since independence. Some 350,000 ethnic Russians and former Soviet citizens are still “non-citizens” in the Baltics, denied the vote, passports and membership of the EU. In Latvia’s second city of Daugavpils, about 80% of residents are Russian speakers. Sanctions and counter-sanctions have created financial misery there.

In the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius, the Ministry of National Defence is keeping close tabs on propaganda and hybrid threats from its intelligence-gathering quarters in the rambling medieval buildings of the capital’s handsome Old Town. The strategic communications department of the Lithuanian Armed Forces (Stratcom) monitors the open propaganda pouring into the Baltics from radio and TV. “We live in information wartime. It’s been going on since 2000, but is intensifying. Russian media is state sponsored and this war goes on round the clock — it’s the war that starts before the fight, and if we lose this war, we will have to fight with guns as well,” says Captain Tomas Tauginas.

“We must inform the population about the threat, seek its support, enforce patriotic feelings so as to decrease the grip of Russian propaganda,” adds his colleague, Master Sergeant Tomas Ceponis.

The Lithuanian government is taking the situation so seriously that it has just issued its third survival guide to the public since 2014, an illustrated 75-page pamphlet with advice on how to evacuate, how to recognise friendly military and how to deal with chemical or nuclear attack. In Estonia, 1,000 survival capsules have been planted in the forest in readiness for guerrilla war, with supplies for two years.

In the skies above Lithuania, Nato planes were scrambled well over 100 times last year in response to Russian activity in its airspace. This includes flying over neutral sky without permission and flying without transponder identification, posing a hazard to civilian flights. In 2015 there were 160 emergency deployments in response to Russian aerial aggression, 140 in 2014 and only 47 in 2013.

A name that is never far from the lips of those gathered for the Riga Conference is that of Vladimir Zhirinovsky, the clown and controversialist at the court of Putin. Like any jester, he is closer to the beating heart of the king than any courtier. He is the one paraded on TV who cracks the jokes, speaks the language of the people and prophesies what will happen. As he did in Georgia, Crimea and Eastern Ukraine, with chilling accuracy. In reality, he is a razor-sharp former KGB colonel, leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia and former deputy chairman of the Duma. He is one of Putin’s right-hand men, with a doctorate in political philosophy. “The Baltic states must be occupied or destroyed. The Russian flag will be flying over Riga, Vilnius and Tallinn,” he has said.

He also said on the Rossiya-24 network that pre-emptive strikes should be launched at the Baltics and Poland, adding that Russia “cannot allow” peripheral nations to have missile defence systems and air forces within striking distance of Moscow. To him, they exist only as part of the Motherland.

Meanwhile, Iskander nuclear warheads “come in and out of Kaliningrad like commuters”, according to one source. “The movement of ships, arms and men is unmissable.”

Putin is a curious psychological case, according to the renowned academic psychologist Vaira Vike-Freiberga, who also happens to be Latvia’s former president and perhaps the Baltics’ most distinguished political figure. “Putin is a judo black belt who uses the momentum of his opponent to his own advantage. He’s also the alpha male’s alpha male, who goes tiger hunting in Siberia and walks bare-chested through mosquito-infested swamps. Then he parades vast armies on our borders and complains when we react to these threats, as if we were about to invade Russia!” she told The Sunday Times.

“He was forged in the Soviet era and is a product of the KGB. The spread of Putinism has been hugely successful, even down to turning Aleppo in Syria into a ‘personal’ crusade against Isis, which, sadly, people are believing. This is a highly complex situation that he is turning to his advantage. Nato needs to stand up firmly to this bully and be seen to be serious and committed to its principles. That is the only way to avoid increasingly serious confrontations.

“As for President-elect Trump, the only predictable thing about him is that he will continue to be wildly unpredictable.”

There are seven levels of war. Now we are at the fifth level: the propaganda war. The sixth level is when the little green men enter

IN RIGA’S Moscow District, the insalubrious former Jewish quarter, members of a private fighting club work out in an old factory. Tevijas Sargi, which translates as Guards of the Fatherland, is an ultra-nationalist volunteers group who have set up an alternative National Guard to fight in the streets of Riga in the event of occupation. Under the tutelage of 36-year-old Janis Sils, who recently returned from Ukraine, where he taught unarmed combat to anti-Russian freedom fighters in Donbas, they learn how to handle themselves.

Sils runs an online military apparel business, has a master’s in political science from the University of Latvia and is reliant upon donations from his 1,000-strong membership. Tom, a gardener who works in the south of France, turns up with a wad of cash, which he donates. “I’ll come back to fight,” he says. Renars is a 31-year-old construction engineer whose fight partner is Ivo, a 42-year-old municipal auditor. The pair attack each other with knives, baseball bats and a lot of gusto, but are at a high enough level to avoid injury.

“We are fighters, not victims,” says Sils, whose unblinking blue eyes leave little room for doubt. “The National Guard is fine, but they don’t do self-defence.” The gym smells of old and new sweat. There are daggers, punchbags, fake assault rifles and a clutter of machetes. “We get people from all backgrounds.” There’s a young woman who doesn’t wish to speak and a bearded fellow who would be judged unfit for action even by Britain’s Pudding Club, but the rest seem in reasonable nick.

It is Armistice Day, also known here as Bear Slayer Day, celebrating the legend of a Latvian hero, Lacplesis, who pulled bears apart with his hands. Once again the snow falls as candles are lit along the wall by the River Daugava, outside the presidential palace. It falls on the pushchair of Uldis Judinski’s six-month-old daughter, gathering on the hood. Uldis is with his wife, Inga, and second daughter, aged three.

“I will not be fighting,” says the 35-year-old barrister. “I have two young children and a wife. It is 800km to the Polish border, my car is kept topped up with fuel, we have packed an emergency suitcase and €2,000 in cash. It is very stressful. There are lots of people like us. We are ready to go at the drop of a hat. We will fight from wherever we find ourselves to keep Latvia Latvian.”

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Hi,

Sir Ivan Rogers, the UK’s ambassador to the European Union, has resigned.

This is the full text of the letter he sent to what were his staff, seemingly distributed with the aim of ensuring it leaked.

Clearly this letter and the manner in which it was leaked shows his ill concieved behaviour and muddled thinking, as to his duties as a public servant – muddled thinking that ensured he had absolutely no option and was forced to leave the Civil Service.

I would contend that Ivan Rogers’ utterly irresponsible and disgraceful behaviour, in betrayal of his duties an responsibilities as a senior Civil Servant & public servant, call into question his right to retain his Knighthood.

IF as he seeks to imply, Government policy is not yet crystalised let us not forget he failed, as David Cameron’s appointed Ambassador not only to obtain anything of significance in terms of renegotiating a better future ‘deal’, but also failed to advise any contingency plan for the failure!

IF the policy is muddled it was his duty & responsibility to steer through that muddle to aid the Government in delivering BreXit in accord with their democratic responsibilities – IF it is not muddled it was his duty to quietly and professionally work for the best outcome for these United Kingdoms.

Whatever the situation his duty and responsibility to act with discression & competence and if he believed he was incompetent to deliver it was his duty to discreetly and confidentially work with his employers to effect an orderly hand over to suuit THEM, not to act like a spolt child in the disgracefull manner in which he did, in betrayal of his office, his department and his Country.

Seemingly Ivan Rogers was minded of the probability that he can find a highly paid job, with an organisasation that values duty and responsibility in a manner rather less than we as a country have the right to expect of our functionaries, even our leading functionaries!

Dear All,

Happy New Year! I hope that you have all had/are still having, a great break, and that you will come back refreshed and ready for an exciting year ahead.

I am writing to you all on the first day back to tell you that I am today resigning as Permanent Representative.

As most of you will know, I started here in November 2013. My four-year tour is therefore due to end in October – although in practice if we had been doing the Presidency my time here would have been extended by a few months.

As we look ahead to the likely timetable for the next few years, and with the invocation of Article 50 coming up shortly, it is obvious that it will be best if the top team in situ at the time that Article 50 is invoked remains there till the end of the process and can also see through the negotiations for any new deal between the UK and the EU27.

It would obviously make no sense for my role to change hands later this year.

I have therefore decided to step down now, having done everything that I could in the last six months to contribute my experience, expertise and address book to get the new team at political and official level under way.

This will permit a new appointee to be in place by the time Article 50 is invoked.

Importantly, it will also enable that person to play a role in the appointment of Shan’s replacement as DPR. (Shan Morgan was Deputy Permanent Representative)

I know from experience – both my own hugely positive experience of working in partnership with Shan, and from seeing past, less happy, examples – how imperative it is that the PR and DPR operate as a team, if UKREP is to function as well as I believe it has done over the last few years.

I want to put on record how grateful I am to Shan for the great working relationship we have had.

She will be hugely missed in UKREP, and by many others here in Brussels, but she will be a tremendous asset to the Welsh government.

From my soundings before Christmas, I am optimistic that there will be a very good field of candidates for the DPR role.

But it is right that these two roles now get considered and filled alongside each other, and for my successor to play the leading role in making the DPR appointment.

I shall therefore stand aside from the process at this point.

I know that this news will add, temporarily, to the uncertainty that I know, from our many discussions in the autumn, you are all feeling about the role of UKREP in the coming months and years of negotiations over “Brexit”.

I am sorry about that, but I hope that it will help produce earlier and greater clarity on the role that UKREP should play.

My own view remains as it has always been. We do not yet know what the government will set as negotiating objectives for the UK’s relationship with the EU after exit.

There is much we will not know until later this year about the political shape of the EU itself, and who the political protagonists in any negotiation with the UK will be.

But in any negotiation which addresses the new relationship, the technical expertise, the detailed knowledge of positions on the other side of the table – and the reasons for them, and the divisions amongst them – and the negotiating experience and savvy that the people in this building bring, make it essential for all parts of UKREP to be centrally involved in the negotiations if the UK is to achieve the best possible outcomes.

Serious multilateral negotiating experience is in short supply in Whitehall, and that is not the case in the Commission or in the Council.

The government will only achieve the best for the country if it harnesses the best experience we have – a large proportion of which is concentrated in UKREP – and negotiates resolutely.

Senior ministers, who will decide on our positions, issue by issue, also need from you detailed, unvarnished – even where this is uncomfortable – and nuanced understanding of the views, interests and incentives of the other 27.

The structure of the UK’s negotiating team and the allocation of roles and responsibilities to support that team, needs rapid resolution.

The working methods which enable the team in London and Brussels to function seamlessly need also to be strengthened.

The great strength of the UK system – at least as it has been perceived by all others in the EU – has always been its unique combination of policy depth, expertise and coherence, message co-ordination and discipline, and the ability to negotiate with skill and determination.

UKREP has always been key to all of that. We shall need it more than ever in the years ahead.

As I have argued consistently at every level since June, many opportunities for the UK in the future will derive from the mere fact of having left and being free to take a different path.

But others will depend entirely on the precise shape of deals we can negotiate in the years ahead.

Contrary to the beliefs of some, free trade does not just happen when it is not thwarted by authorities: increasing market access to other markets and consumer choice in our own, depends on the deals, multilateral, plurilateral and bilateral that we strike, and the terms that we agree.

I shall advise my successor to continue to make these points.

Meanwhile, I would urge you all to stick with it, to keep on working at intensifying your links with opposite numbers in DEXEU [Department for Exiting the EU] and line ministries and to keep on contributing your expertise to the policy-making process as negotiating objectives get drawn up.

The famed UKREP combination of immense creativity with realism ground in negotiating experience, is needed more than ever right now.

On a personal level, leaving UKREP will be a tremendous wrench. I have had the great good fortune, and the immense privilege, in my civil service career, to have held some really interesting and challenging roles: to have served four successive UK prime ministers very closely; to have been EU, G20 and G8 Sherpa; to have chaired a G8 Presidency and to have taken part in some of the most fraught, and fascinating, EU negotiations of the last 25 years – in areas from tax, to the MFF to the renegotiation.

Of all of these posts, I have enjoyed being the Permanent Representative more than any other I have ever held.

That is, overwhelmingly, because of all of you and what you all make UKREP: a supremely professional place, with a fantastic co-operative culture, which brings together talented people whether locally employed or UK-based and uniquely brings together people from the home civil service with those from the Foreign Office.

UKREP sets itself demanding standards, but people also take the time to support each other which also helps make it an amazingly fun and stimulating place to work.

I am grateful for everything you have all done over the last few years to make this such a fantastic operation.

For my part, I hope that in my day-to-day dealings with you I have demonstrated the values which I have always espoused as a public servant.

I hope you will continue to challenge ill-founded arguments and muddled thinking and that you will never be afraid to speak the truth to those in power.

I hope that you will support each other in those difficult moments where you have to deliver messages that are disagreeable to those who need to hear them.

I hope that you will continue to be interested in the views of others, even where you disagree with them, and in understanding why others act and think in the way that they do.

I hope that you will always provide the best advice and counsel you can to the politicians that our people have elected, and be proud of the essential role we play in the service of a great democracy.

Ivan

It will be noted that the Ambassador to the EU was rapidly removed and replaced in a far from muddled manner, and replaced rapidly and efficiently by the Government, with the rapid appointment of  Sir Tim Barrow
Sir Tim Barrow
Sir Timothy Earle Barrow KCMG, LVO, MBE (born 15-Feb-1964) educated at at Arnold Lodge School in Leamington Spa,  followed by Warwick School in Warwick. He went to Warwick University, followed by postgraduate study at Oxford University.
Tim Barrow has a wife Alison and they have 4 children, two sons & two daughters.
Tim Barrow started his career in the FCO in 1986, with increasingly responsible duties as a British diplomat, he served previously as Ambassador of the UK to Russia from 2011 to 2015.
Before that Tim Barrow served in the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, as a representative to various bodies of the EU, and as British Ambassador to Ukraine 2006–2008. He was named as the Ambassador (British Permanent Representative to the EU), on 04-Jan-2017 as a result of the ill considered manner of Sir Ivan Rogers’ depature as UK Ambassador to the EU on 03-Jan-2017 & his rapid subsequent depature from the British Civil Service.

Here is the Government’s Biography of Sir Tim Barrow:

Biography

In January 2017 Tim was appointed the UK’s Permanent Representative to the European Union.

Tim joined the FCO in 1986 working in the Western European Department with his first overseas postings in 1989 as part of the British Days Exhibition, followed by Second Secretary in Moscow.

Subsequent positions are as follows:

  • Head of Russia Section
  • Private Secretary to Minister of State
  • First Secretary, UKREP Brussels
  • Private Secretary to the Foreign Secretary
  • Head of Common Foreign and Security Department
  • Assistant Director EU External
  • Deputy Political Director
  • Her Majesty’s Ambassador in Kyiv
  • Representative to the Political and Security Committee of the European Union and Ambassador to the Western European Union, UKREP Brussels
  • Her Majesty’s Ambassador in Moscow
  • Political Director

Director General, Political

Board members give corporate leadership to the FCO by ensuring that the department meets the foreign policy priorities, Public Service Agreements targets and service delivery targets set by ministers. The Director General, Political takes a particular interest in the foreign policy objectives and has the following areas of responsibility and regions:

  • multilateral policy
  • Eastern Europe and Central Asia
  • Middle East and North Africa
  • Africa
  • South Asia and Afghanistan

Previous roles in government

  1. British Ambassador to Russia

    • 2011 to 2016

See: CLICK HERE

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With an avg. 1.2M voters per MEP & Britain having only 8%, if united, say. The EUropean Parliament has no ability to make policy and has a Commission of unelected bureaucrats, thus clearly the EU is not even a pretence of being a democracy; yet it is willing to slaughter people in Sovereign States to impose democracy on them!
The imposition of a Government and policies upon its vassal regions such as the peoples of Greece shows just how far from being a democracy the EU is.There will be little or no change in Britain’s economic position, when we leave the EU and by then being a part of the Eropean Economic Area all will benefit, as we secure trade relations with the EU vassal regions and can trade and negotiate independently on a global stage.
One huge benefit will be that we can negotiate with bodies like the WTO, UN, WHO, IMF, CODEX and the like, directly in our own interest and that of our partners around the world in both the Commonwealth and the Anglosphere at large; rather than having negotiations and term imposed by unelected EU bureacrats.
The greatest change and benefit will be political, as we improve our democracy and self determination, with the ability to deselect and elect our own Government, which with an improved Westminster structure, see >Harrogate Agenda<.
How we go about the process of disentangling our future well being from the EU is laid out in extensive, well researched and immensly tedious detail see >FleXcit< or for a brief video summary CLICK HERE
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  18. I value the NHS as a HEALTH SERVICE NOT a Lifestyle support
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The Government, Judiciary, legislature & rich move further away from The British Peoples …

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Hi,

here is a well informed Guest Posting
By: Gerald Warner

Gerald Warner posts into an area not often covered by the Mainstream Stream Media (MSM), here he touches on a belief that I have had for many years and that is that the more Government. the legislature, the judiciary and the wealthy desperately seek to hang onto and manipulate power for their own ends the more they alienate the electorate be that the informed and law abiding so called middle class or, as defined as the self proclaimed elite, the lower orders.

This is a dangerous situation to court as increasingly the mass of people feel disenfranchised with an increasingly radical media seeking to hang onto their status WITH this increasingly radical self proclaimed elite enshrining themselves and enobling their ranks within a bubble, largely and myopically in what is known as the Westminster Bubble, which of course has outreaches amongst the increasingly isolated and vulnerable JLU (Just Like Us) cornurbation dwellers!

This is a very dangerous and unstable position for any society, a situation which for the time being is seemingly controlled – but the failure of its policies can be seen in the burgeoning percentage of the population they have to control by commanding a compliant police force, itself steadily losing the respect, confidence and co-operation of the growing mass of people disenfranchised and all too often cheated by the system.

To have the bubble dwellers endlessly praising low interest rates, is to strip the rapidly growing older and retired population, who worked hard and were the backbone of society of their income from savings, ensuring they join with the increasingly disenfranchised millions!

I appreciate that the Government has, largely due to the 1908 pensions act, the 13 unlucky years of profligate and irresponsible asset stripping quasi Socialist rule under Blair & Brown, with their PPF sell off and stripping of the NHS and buying of votes, with unsustainable benefits policies; policies that had to be funded by throwing open our borders, to attract youthfull immigrant labour, with a total disregard for the fact that in time they would get older and put even more strain on our public services.

This has lead to idiotic policies’ such as quantitive easing (a EUphemism for devaluation, particularly of the savings and investments of the increasingly alienated masses!). The cover-up of the government sanctioned unbridled greed and gambling of the banking sector; a sector on which the Bubble Dwellers, with their hedge fund scams and unprincipled bonuses and over blown incomes, were increasingly dependent & had to steal money from the allienated masses to fund.

We are I believe, with our ballooning prison population and disenfranchised and empoverished masses, dangerously on the edge of major civil unrest – a civil unrest which once started will become increasingly impossible to control is this why a few years ago the so called Socialist Government purchased around 30,000 Heckler & Koch machine firearms and just under 20,000 Smith & Weston pump action shotguns for the police, were they aware of the dangers of the policy of those inside the bubble, the self styled elite and the growing discontent of the masses they were forced to kontrol.

Be assured, it is not just Britain where this is happening, the rise of the red necks and blue collar workers in America and the election of Trump as POTUSe, the rise in the buffer zone of ‘Slebs; be they fahionable pundits like Farage, Le Pen & the like or the swathes of people being famous for being famous and those in entertainment, be that sport or fashion all being tollerated and even encouraged by those in the bubble as a buffer zone for the self styled elite.

Of course when the masses try to cry out ‘The Emperor Has No Clothes’, it will be the buffer zone Slebs who will be thrown to the crowds for destruction as a sop for the self styled bubble dwellers to try to regain control!

There will be a brief phoney peace whilst the inept self styled elite in their bubble desperately borrow ever more & devalue at an ever increasing speed, to try to buy their way out of the chaos they have created with ever more profligate benefits and ever less sustainable wages – it will not work in the long term because, as ever with any bubble, it will burst … Then what!

I do not for a second presume to put words in the mouth of Gerald Warner but it looks clear to me that he shares some of the fears for the future which I foresee!

I would contend that one means by which the bubble fantasists can regain control of the mess they have created is to enact BreXit as rapidly and radically as possible, regaining control of as many of the levers of power as possible and rapidly decentralising the control of those levers as close as possible to the people, hastily kill of their vanity projects like HS2, work to restore the NHS as a National HEALTH Service not as a National Lifestyle Service as it has become as a result of Aneurin Bevan’s catastrophic Socialist (neo Communist, remember his wife!) tampering with The Beveridge Report & dismantle the bubble by increasingly bringing the masses into the position of control to which they are entitled.

Inchoate as these points are, as an associate pointed out, I have not dealt with the trail either far enough back or widely enough – leaving out the likes of Goldsmith and the establishment of Referendums as a part of British and EU Governance. I leave it to another occasion, and to others, to add to the background that is BreXit and to whom we owe thanks for this move towards liberty, too late and too poorly handled by the bubble dwellers so far! Though it is our only hope of salvation and salvation of the peoples of EUrope if they follow suit!

A step in the right direction would be to rapidly work towards implementation of The Harrogate Agenda once we have implimented BreXit via a clear understanding of FleXcit & The BreXit Monographs – the situation is not unrecoverable, but I fear the incompetence and greed of the self style elite in their bubble may make it so – at that stage little will be available to save us!

Consider Gerald Warner’s thoughts:

It was the establishment on trial, and the verdict is guilty

The British public is now as alienated from the judiciary as from the legislature

BY Gerald Warner  /  9 December 2016

It was the courts and Parliament that were on trial this week, at the bar of public opinion, not some recondite issues relating to that fabled beast, the British Constitution. The watching public has returned a guilty verdict.

What, in essence, happened? A rich woman used her private wealth to mobilize three High Court judges to intrude themselves upon an international treaty negotiation being conducted by Her Majesty’s Government under the customary Royal Prerogative, mandated by 17.4 million British electors. It seemed fitting to the opponents of Brexit that four individuals should enjoy the right to frustrate the clearly expressed wishes of those 17.4 million voters.

Then the Government appealed, bringing 11 Supreme Court judges into play. This enlarged the number of Brexit decision makers to a total of 15 individuals, dangerously close to mob rule in the establishment mindset, but still preferable to dictation by 17.4 million stupid plebs.

Meanwhile, the moat cleansers and duck-house proprietors at Westminster staged a vote on invoking Article 50 – the right supposedly denied to them that the Remain-supporting litigants were fighting to secure for MPs. Our legislators will know early in 2017 whether the Supreme Court will award them the right to hold the vote they actually held on Wednesday.

 

It was disingenuous of the Remain litigants to pretend to come to the rescue of a gagged House of Commons. That House can bring down any government at any time by means of a vote of No Confidence. It can vote on anything if a majority of members wish to do so. In an attempt to put some flesh on the skeletal case, there were suggestions the Court might insist Parliament pass legislation.

So, have we got this right? The courts are now arrogating to themselves the right to order Parliament to pass legislation of the judiciary’s choosing? That, in any case, is the last thing MPs want to do. Although a majority of them are as pro-EU and anti-British as Tony Blair, they fear the triple terrors of deselection, constituents’ revenge at the ballot box and the rough justice of the lamppost if they overtly resist Brexit.

The dogs in the street know the High Court should have recused itself collectively from this vexatious litigation and declared treaty negotiation under royal prerogative – and Brexit is all about treaties, from Rome to Lisbon – non-justiciable within its jurisdiction. Instead, activist judges chose to build their part, as they have consistently done in recent decades. As a consequence, the last diminishing shreds of respect for the judiciary have been dissipated. A mass circulation daily newspaper featured the photographs of the three judges on its front page with the headline: “Enemies of the People”.

Cue orchestrated indignation by the establishment. The elites have a knee-jerk response to any impertinent criticism of the institutions that protect their ascendancy. It is a disciplinary system honed in public schools, at high table and in the gothick grotesquerie of the Palace of Westminster. Assume a severe expression that effectively combines superior knowledge (one is an expert, defending experts), disdain for the ignorance of one’s interlocutor and a clear message that the heretical critic’s career prospects are becoming more dismal by the minute, then deliver the formal reprimand.

This is uttered in the relevant formula dictated by the object of the blasphemy. “These judges are the finest legal brains in the land…” “So you choose to ignore the established consensus of 160 per cent of scientists regarding anthropogenic global warming…” “Britain will descend to Third World status within five years unless it joins the single currency…” These solemn-faced buffoons are still indulging in this pantomime of pseudo-authority and increasingly, fearfully, wondering why it is being laughed to scorn by the public.

That public for too long accorded an undeserved deference to politicians, judges and commentators who brought this country to its knees under the pressure of mass immigration, fiscal incompetence, judicial indulgence of criminality (though not of Christian bakers) and globalist anti-patriotism. It does so no more. The public knows we are governed by pompous idiots and, more significantly, that they are idiots inimical to Britain’s interests and to the despised mass of the population. It is no longer prepared to tolerate the dictatorship of this confederacy of dunces.

The British Constitution is an oxymoron. Its being unwritten is an advantage if it is executed by men of goodwill who respect its spirit. In the hands of scoundrels it is an instrument of tyranny. In 1689, for example, such scoundrels declared that James II had “deserted the throne”, at a time when he still ruled Ireland with the exception of two towns and was actively raising an army to fight for the throne he had allegedly deserted. Expect similar creative mendacity throughout the struggle by the political class to re-impose its control over the insurgent electorate by reversing or diluting the EU referendum result.

Respect! Respect! That is the establishment demand on behalf of the “finest legal brains” of the Supreme Court. After all, that venerable court has been the pivot of justice throughout Britain’s seven-year history (“Hey, look – I mean – this is a young country,” as the Supreme Court’s first begetter told us). One of those fine brains spared an armed robber prison, instructing him instead to send flowers to his victims by way of apology.

The public no longer finds the other-worldly delusory mentality of Britain’s Gilbert and Sullivan institutions endearing. Behind a smokescreen of pedantry the reality is that the judiciary, hugely pro-EU as their CVs mostly demonstrate (otherwise the quangocrats would not have appointed them), are trying to stop Brexit. If they refrain from doing so in their judgement, which events have already rendered obsolete, it will only be because they will be deterred by the embarrassing transparency of such a ploy.

Either way, the British public is now as alienated from the judiciary as from the legislature. Patronising appeals to the ignorant public to defer to supposed “experts” fall on deaf ears. If Britain’s total emancipation from the doomed European Union is not proceeded with quickly, there will be very serious trouble. Nor is it any longer credible that the current established order can survive after the Brexit process.

To view the original article CLICK HERE

Regards,
Greg_L-W.

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With an avg. 1.2M voters per MEP & Britain having only 8%, if united, say. The EUropean Parliament has no ability to make policy and has a Commission of unelected bureaucrats, thus clearly the EU is not even a pretence of being a democracy; yet it is willing to slaughter people in Sovereign States to impose democracy on them!
The imposition of a Government and policies upon its vassal regions such as the peoples of Greece shows just how far from being a democracy the EU is.There will be little or no change in Britain’s economic position, when we leave the EU and by then being a part of the Eropean Economic Area all will benefit, as we secure trade relations with the EU vassal regions and can trade and negotiate independently on a global stage.
One huge benefit will be that we can negotiate with bodies like the WTO, UN, WHO, IMF, CODEX and the like, directly in our own interest and that of our partners around the world in both the Commonwealth and the Anglosphere at large; rather than having negotiations and term imposed by unelected EU bureacrats.
The greatest change and benefit will be political, as we improve our democracy and self determination, with the ability to deselect and elect our own Government, which with an improved Westminster structure, see >Harrogate Agenda<.
How we go about the process of disentangling our future well being from the EU is laid out in extensive, well researched and immensly tedious detail see >FleXcit< or for a brief video summary CLICK HERE
NB:
  1. I NEVER post anonymously on the internet
  2. ALL MY BLOGS & WEB SITES are clearly sourced to me
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  7. I ONLY GUARANTEE to phone back identifiable UK Land Line Messages
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  9. I Regret due to BT in this area I have a rubbish Broadband connection
  10. I AM opposed to British membership of The EU
  11. I AM opposed to Welsh, Scottish or English Independence within an interdependent UK
  12. I am NOT a WARMIST
  13. I do NOT believe the IPCC Climate Propaganda re Anthropogenic Global Warming
  14. I AM strongly opposed to the subsidy or use of failed technologies eg. WIND TURBINES
  15. I AM IN FAVOUR of rapid research & development of NEW NUCLEAR technologies
  16. I see no evidence to trust POLITICIANS at any level or of any persuasion
  17. I do NOT believe in GODS singular or plural, Bronze Age or Modern
  18. I value the NHS as a HEALTH SERVICE NOT a Lifestyle support
  19. I believe in a DEATH PENALTY for serial or GBH rape.
  20. I believe in a DEATH PENALTY for serial, terrorist, mass or for pleasure murder.
  21. I believe in a DEATH PENALTY for serial gross child abuse including sexual.
  22. I do NOT trust or believe in armed police
  23. I do NOT believe in prolonging human life beyond reasonable expectation of sentient participatory intellectual existence
  24. I believe in EUTHENASIA under clearly defined & legal terms
  25. I try to make every effort to NOT infringe copyrights in any commercial way & make all corrections of fact brought to my attention by an identifiable individual

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