EU to take over all 27 member states civil service

I have written about it endlessly, here, here and here to mention but three times.

Many other blogs have also written extensively about it. Witterings from Witney has written about it here and here, and many more times besides, but like me has been met with a few comments, but overall a kind of silence, the kind that says I don’t believe you, I don’t believe our government would do that to us, its not been in the papers yet.

Well, here it is, in the Telegraph. Big enough name for you?

Now Brussels wants to merge Whitehall into a European civil service. Can we stop this power grab?

Now get off your arses and do something about it, or you, your children and their children will be living existing in the provinces of the EUSSR. It will be a thoroughly modern but just as excessive communist East Germany… and no, you don’t have time till the next election.

Sorry you voted Lib / Lab / Con yet?

About IanPJ

Ian Parker-Joseph, former Leader of the Libertarian Party UK, who currently heads PDPS Internet Hosting and the Personal Deed Poll Services company, has been an IT industry professional for over 20 years, providing Business Consulting, Programme and Project Management, specialising in the recovery of Projects that have failed in a process driven world. Ian’s experience is not limited to the UK, and he has successfully delivered projects in the Middle East, Africa, US, Russia, Poland, France and Germany. Working within different cultures, Ian has occupied high profile roles within multi-nationals such as Nortel and Cable & Wireless. These experiences have given Ian an excellent insight into world events, and the way that they can shape our own national future. His extensive overseas experiences have made him all too aware of how the UK interacts with its near neighbours, its place in the Commonwealth, and how our nation fits into the wider world. He is determined to rebuild many of the friendships and commercial relationships with other nations that have been sadly neglected over the years, and would like to see greater energy and food security in these countries, for the benefit of all. Ian is a vocal advocate of small government, individual freedom, low taxation and a minimum of regulation. Ian believes deeply and passionately in freedom and independence in all areas of life, and is now bringing his professional experiences to bear in the world of politics.
This entry was posted in European Union, Main Page and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

16 Responses to EU to take over all 27 member states civil service

  1. Is it worth leaving the country?

  2. WitteringsfromWitney says:

    Ta for links IPJ – and bloody well said. When are people going to wake up?

  3. Bill says:

    I rather think that most feel as though such moves are inevitable and are by default impossible to stop.
    On Christmas Eve I was opening the eyes of my oldest friend about what is really going on in the world, at least in my experience, and he sat there spellbound and then said “But I expect that most people are like me. I pay up and keep my head down!”

    I wish there was some way to force them to stop paying. Perhaps Huhne and his obsession with static wind is the answer. As he is all but guaranteeing future power cuts with his actions perhaps the starvation of electrons will lead to an ‘unexpected consequence’ as the people are starved of their telly indoctrination time.

    All ends up I am looking forwards to 2011 as I get the feeling that catastrophic change is coming our way. And that is a good thing?

  4. Bill says:

    That should be an exclamation mark of course not a question mark. I have yet to master the art of touch typing although I am almost there!

  5. Pingback: EU to take over all 27 member states civil service | The Albion Alliance presents

  6. criss of herts says:

    As i have said before , alternative voting by giving everybody another parson /party to vote for, but not the 3 main parties.
    we can start in the next local elections, would it not be fantastic when they come to your door, you say no” I will vote for any other party exept the 3 main parties.
    Thia alone would send shivers down the yellow backs of the goverment.
    All we need now , is who to vote for, then pass the word and see what happens.
    [happy new year] happy new party !!

  7. criss of herts says:

    As I have said before , alternative voting by giving everybody another person /party to vote for, but not the 3 main parties.
    we can start in the next local elections, would it not be fantastic when they come to your door, you say no” I will vote for any other party except the 3 main parties.
    This alone would send shivers down the yellow backs of the government and politicians .
    All we need now , is who to vote for, then pass the word and see what happens.
    [happy new year] happy new party !!

  8. Derek Reynolds says:

    The catch there criss, is in “giving”. What we are given is hobson’s choice. There may appear to be three main parties and a few independents (some quite worthy), but in truth nothing that the people (those aware and awake) wish for will be ‘given’, anything that the powers will not allow will not be ‘available’ or stand a cats chance in hell of succeeding. It’s a sham.

    That we no longer have a sovereign nation or parliament is well known, and has been planned for way before Heath became the key turner – why else did Powell get put aside, he was not malleable – Heath was, as has every PM since (not so sure about Thatcher though). We do not get the government we deserve through the vote, we get the government we are given. As a past colleague stated to me 45yrs ago: “If voting changed anything, they’d ban it”. My Father made the point many years ago that whatever politicians promise to get your vote, it never comes about once in office.

    Look at the way in which MP’s voted for the Climate Change Act. Barely any of them could tell you what it would cost and how it would change the climate. Barely any of them could explain the process of how the climate works – most honest scientists will say it is a chaotic system which is little understood. The entire charade is a tax raiser – a bullion maker for selected industries – a flag waving session for the ‘greens’ who are really Red.

    The pile of directives from Brussels gets signed off with barely a glance, this is common knowledge. It’s like taking a cocktail of various drugs for various ailments with no knowledge of how each may interact with the rest. Most are asleep, but they might as well be dead. I think my MP is, hasn’t replied to any of my letters this past ten months.

    The entire tree of governance, including the monarchy (and I was a staunch royalist until recently) is rotten in root and leaf. ALL of it needs to be removed. That will not be a choice the people will be given, it’s one the people will have to take. The chances are it may be by force, and there will be bloodshed. Government are prepared for this, and well equipped. It may be by Lawful Rebellion, against which government are less well equipped unless they raid homes and drag people off to ‘camps’ – that would provoke a response to those who wish to remain ‘asleep’! Them next. Will this be what awakens people?

    In the meantime we are watched, listened to, and recorded. Any signs of abnormality (dissent) and the board will be taking your children. As Pachauri stated in an interview: “It is through the children that we will have to work”. Really. That is the way of government.

  9. jameshigham says:

    harmonising the computer systems

    Who comes up with these phrases?

  10. Derek Reynolds says:

    The spin factories. It’s the soft sell. To harmonise is an outreach to the senses that are in touch with the heart. Just as we like to hear music and song in harmony, so this phrase is used to beguile the mind into seeking harmony in all things – right through the entire spectrum of measurements, monetary units, legislation, and government.

    When we had driving licences changing from paper to photo ‘ID’ type cards, it was heralded as ‘harmonising’ with Europe. Sounded more like a funeral dirge to me and I let them know so. Never did get a reply. They had become assimilated into the euro mind through harmonisation.

  11. EDDIE G says:

    Roll on 2011 just like yourselve’s im well and truly ready for these spineless yellow backs who think they control and contain us, they had their chance now its ours!

  12. Pingback: EU to take over all 27 member states civil service….LIBLABCON MERCHANTS! | Centurean2′s Weblog

  13. Vicky says:

    Virtually all British Secret Service directors have been advocates of Fabian Socialism
    and, the entire British military intelligence since Queen Victoria has been energised
    towards a One-World Government.

    1. Destroy all sovereignties, monarchies and cultures.
    2. Destroy all national boundaries and patriotism.
    3. Promote an homogenised collective that does not tolerate individual
    4. Enforce absolute conformity from the controlling establishment.
    5. Ensure recurring wars keep people working for dignity.
    6. Destroy the concept of man as soul with higher purpose. Humans are
    to be treated as merely evolved animals having no spiritual nature.
    7. Remove the concept of God and replace the supernatural with
    rational scientific ways of solving human problems.
    8. Dissolve all traditional family structures.
    9. Ensure all children belong to the State and not to individual families.
    10. Promote a One World Order (as of 1891) via ‘order out of chaos’.

    Click to access STALIN’S%20BRITISH%20TRAINING-%20C2-%2017.7.08.pdf

    From what i’m finding. Thatcher was trying to de-Fabianise Westminster which was her downfall.

    • Derek Reynolds says:

      Thanks Vicky, Thatcher’s loud battles with the Miners and Poll tax didn’t ease her lot either, certainly amongst the working people. I had work on Tyneside during those years, and was priveleged to have been ‘invited’ into a local Working Men’s Club. My host had to lay down the fact I was ‘alright’, as coming from the South I was rated a Thatcherite before any questions were asked and some showed open hostility. It was a good evening, absolutely forbidden to buy a drink as I was the ‘guest’.

      Something else that came in with the Thatcher years was the change in rateable values on property. Straightaway those little shops that had residences at back and above were stung for full commercial rates on the whole property.

      I lived on a mobile home site and charged ‘ground’ rent which included rates at approximately 20p per week (we never had a formal itemisation), the change in rating systems meant each home owner was rated individually and directly from the Council. Our rates went from that 20p to £2 overnight, yet there was no reduction from the ‘ground’ rent as the site owner had also been re-assessed, and for the much reduced area comprising of the access roads and parking areas, he was charged exactly the same figure as for the entire site before re-assessment. There’s a name for that.

      But I digress – I’ll get stuck into that link. So much to read up, understanding is one thing, understanding what to do about it – quite different, because it won’t be voting.

Comments are closed.