Simon Heffer quotes

Five years ago I wrote a piece referring to the control Angela Merkel exerted over Europe as “the Fourth Reich”. I was accused of a horrible breach of taste. However, when one looks at German power today one realises that, when I wrote, she had hardly even started. The key to German success is this: it participates in a weak currency (whose value would collapse without it) enabling its exports to sell far more cheaply than had it retained the Deutschmark. Therefore, it continues to grow in economic strength relative to its partners – including us – but especially those in the eurozone, notably France and Italy, who would benefit greatly from restoring the Franc and the Lira.

Any net exporter in the EU – which we are most certainly not, given our £24bn trade gap with our partners in the first three months of 2016 – also benefits hugely from the vast and incomprehensible welter of EU regulations on products and employment law, which keep external competitors at arm’s length and pile costs on them if they wish access to the single market.

Germany is so rich, and getting richer at the expense not least of its partners, that it can afford to pretend globalisation isn’t happening. We are not so fortunate, and leaving the EU to avoid all these regulations and take proper advantage of the wider world is not the least reason why we must vote to get out.

Dr Savouri also points out that if we stay in the EU there will be huge costs for us from all this chaos, despite being out of the eurozone. “Having renewed our vows to remain in the EU ‘through sickness and in health’ we will be required to contribute to funding the fiscal efforts being applied to our ever more sickly EU partners,” he writes. The costs will be huge, and once we have committed ourselves to remain we will be forced to join the communal effort to save ailing partners. He calls it “the EU’s version of a Rooseveltian New Deal.”

He also argues that such a wave of economic hardship will propel more impoverished Europeans across open borders into the UK: and don’t forget what Iain Duncan Smith disclosed last week, that Mr Cameron deleted a passage about controlling immigration from a speech he made because he was told it would upset the Germans. That is the reality of our relationship with the EU: if we choose to stay in, the Germans will ensure that we become ever more obedient to their policies – so stand by for their next project, Turkey’s admission to the EU, and all that would entail.


This is the truth of the matter and when we are ground down into the dust Cameron will be off with his money to somewhere where democracy still prevails

Germany has and always will be a problem, it likes it slaves one way or another.

Germany is very dangerous

Troops were involved in rapid movements, maintaining public order and peacekeeping in rural and urban environments.

SPTA Military – 8 May at 12:37
Scorpion 4×4 MRAP (Mine Resistant and Ambush Protected Vehicle)
Finnish Army at Salisbury Plain


Troops were involved in rapid movements, maintaining public order and peacekeeping in rural and urban environments.
maybe Juncker and Germany are getting ready to take control when the English people react to Cameron’s rigged election

The publication of the plans , which outlines steps to gradually co-ordinate Europes patchwork of national militaries, is postphoned until after the EU referendum in Britain.

Mr Daul said in a speech: ‘Today more than ever, the peace of our continent cannot be safeguarded without a common and functional security union, including a European army.’

Miss Mordaunt said: ‘This is proof of the European Union’s plan to create a Euro army – and it is dishonest for the In campaign to claim otherwise.

In other word Cameron is a liar


Or vote for endless immigration and the defence of our realm given to Germany and their patchwork, remember patchwork of military forces.

What on earth has gone wrong with us

Cameron is taking us into a futures that will see the demise of England

No wonder he is supported by the labour party who hate England 



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