Count Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi was the founder, and President for 49 years, of the Pan-European Union. In his 1925 book, ‘Praktischer Idealismus,’ he says this:
"The man of the future will be mixed-race... The Eurasian-Negroid race of the future... will replace the diversity of peoples...
Russian Bolshevism constitutes a decisive step towards this purpose, where a small group of Communist spiritual aristocrats govern the country…
From the European quantity-people… the mass, two quality races rise up: blood aristocracy and the Jews… both of them stick to their belief in their higher mission, of their better blood… In both of these… lies the core of the European nobility of the future…"
On 28 November 2013, Syrian MP, Maria Saadeh, in Rome to meet with Pope Francis, was quoted thus by the Anna Lindh Foundation web site:
"There have been five attacks alone on Christian schools over the past few days, injuring and killing children...
It is not a war against the regime, as the international media has long portrayed it to be, but a war to destroy the Syrian State by a group of extremists and criminals controlled by foreign powers... If the Syrian State collapses, it will mean the total disintegration of the country....
How can the West think that the killings, the car bombs, the attacks on civilians and the beheadings are synonymous with democracy?... We must work together against jihadist terrorism. Al Qaeda is operating in Syria now, but jihadist Islam has spread to Europe as well. The top goal must therefore be to halt the violence and stop fundamentalist groups from getting weapons and money."
"Freed Israeli nuclear spy Mordechai Vanunu said in an interview published today that Israel was behind the 1963 assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy...
Vanunu, a former nuclear technician who was recently released from Israeli prison after serving an 18-year sentence for exposing Israel’s nuclear program at Dimona... said that according to 'near-certain indications,' Kennedy was assassinated due to 'pressure he exerted on then head of government, David Ben-Gurion, to shed light on Dimona’s nuclear reactor'."
In a November 2013 speech at the ‘Labour Assembly Against Austerity’conference, former London Mayor, Ken Livingstone, said this:
“Gordon Brown was borrowing £20 billion a year at the height of the boom in the first decade of this century in order to avoid having to increase taxes, because he wanted to increase public spending. It was an act of cowardice…
British governments, Left and Right, have borrowed money because they haven’t had the courage either to make the cuts that you need to balance the budget or the tax increases you need to balance the budget.”
Following Red Ken’s intervention, Joe Murphy, political editor of The Evening Standard, informed us thus:
“The Brown government left a deficit of £157 billion… the largest in Britain’s peacetime history, after eight consecutive years of spending more money than it received in revenues.”
On 12 November 2013, former Education and Home Secretary, David Blunkett, said this on BBC Sheffield:
"We have got to change the behaviour and the culture of the incoming community, the Roma community, because there's going to be an explosion otherwise. We all know that...
If everything exploded, if things went really wrong, the community would obviously be devastated. We saw this in Bradford, Burnley and Oldham all those years ago when I first became Home Secretary. We saw that the community itself were the losers...
We've got to be tough and robust in saying to people you are not in a downtrodden village or woodland, because many of them don't even live in areas where there are toilets or refuse collection facilities. You are not there any more, you are here and you've got to adhere to our standards, and to our way of behaving'...
They have been saying there is less than 50,000 Roma in England. The Salford study shows that at a very conservative estimate, there's over 200,000. That they constitute a very large minority."
On 7 November 2013, Jack Straw confessed thus in The Lancashire Telegraph:
"One spectacular mistake in which I participated was in lifting the transitional restrictions on the Eastern European states like Poland and Hungary which joined the EU in mid-2004. Other existing EU members, notably France and Germany, decided to stick to the general rule which prevented migrants from these new states from working until 2011. But we thought that it would be good for Britain if these folk could come and work here from 2004.
Thorough research by the Home Office suggested that the impact of this benevolence would in any event be ‘relatively small, at between 5,000 and 13,000 immigrants per year up to 2010’. Events proved these forecasts worthless. Net migration reached close to a quarter of a million at its peak in 2010…
I have never under-estimated the social dislocation that can occur when large numbers of people from abroad settle in a particular area, as has happened in East Lancashire… We messed up."
On 2 April 2013, Marine Le Pen, leader of the French National Front, spoke thus:
"Friends of Europe. There are moments in history when, in the darkness, the people see the light dawning on the horizon… We are at one of those moments in history. The darkness has invaded our continent… The darkness in the form of mass unemployment, poverty, the disintegration of national identities, despair and, ultimately, a cruel sense of abandonment.
Decades of lies have gradually transformed the beautiful European idea into a cold monster, puffed up with pride and contempt for democracy and sovereignty. A monster lurking in Brussels, willing to sacrifice people, their prosperity, their culture, pride and the future of their children, in the name of dogma…
The EU has often lied to us. It has often deceived us. The European Union has drifted endlessly in an attempt to save herself, at any price… (It is) a project without borders, without nations and without people. A project for the exclusive benefit of a small minority….
The historical responsibility of these politicians is immense."
On 15 October 2013, the article 'Immigration is bordering on insanity', appeared in The Daily Star.
"Britain has been swamped with foreigners, pushing our creaking public services to breaking point. And now we’re told 600,000 have flocked here from EU countries to claim benefits. That’s the equivalent of a city the size of Glasgow. They don’t work. And they’re putting a £1.5billion dent in our overstretched NHS alone.
"Today with porous borders, the amount that politicians and political leaders can actually do on their own is very limited… Immigration, organised crime, drugs… epidemic disease… (are) aspects of the dark side of globalisation."
"Political correctness is cultural Marxism. The term was coined by Anton Semyonovich Makarenko, Lenin’s education guru and favourite wordsmith (he also invented the phrase 'dictatorship of the proletariat'). From the beginning, Marxists recognised there was a lot more involved in imposing totalitarian social control than nationalisation of the means of production, distribution and exchange.
In Hungary in 1919, during the short-lived but murderous Communist dictatorship of Bela Kun, his deputy 'commissar for culture,' Georg Lukacs, introduced a programme of 'cultural terrorism' under which he imposed pornographic sex education on schoolchildren, promoting promiscuity, denouncing the family and encouraging pupils to mock their parents and religion. The question Lukacs posed was: 'Who will save us from Western Civilisation?'"
After the former Chairman of the Conservative Party, Governor of Hong Kong and current BBC chairman, Lord Christopher Patten, made a speech at the British Embassy in Paris, on 29 November 2013, The Daily Mail quoted him thus:
"Today with porous borders, the amount that politicians and political leaders can actually do on their own is very limited… Immigration, organised crime, drugs… epidemic disease… (are) aspects of the dark side of globalisation…
Politicians are so reluctant to say we're not any more facing a series of challenges which are manageable within our own space.”
On 20 November 2013, Supreme Court Judge, Lord Jonathan Sumption, gave the 27th Sultan Azlan Shah Lecture, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
In his speech, after a passing shot at the Blair government for its creation of ‘more than 3,000 new criminal or regulatory offences,’describing these as ‘a wide range of acts which a century ago would have been regarded as casual misfortunes or as governed only by principles of courtesy,’ he attacked the behaviours of the European Court of Human Rights thus:
“The European Convention provides for its enforcement by an international court, the European Court of Human Rights at Strasbourg… The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg... has become the international flag bearer for judge-made fundamental law extending well beyond the text which it is charged with applying. It has over many years declared itself entitled to… reflect its own view of what rights are required in a modern democracy…
It has involved the recognition of a large number of new rights which are not expressly to be found in the language of the treaty… This process necessarily involves the recognition by the Court of some rights which the signatories do not appear to have granted, and some which we know from the negotiation documents that they positively intended not to grant."
On 3 March 2013, Europol Director, Rob Wainwright, said this in The International Business Times:
"We have some groups with 60 different nationalities among their member. This is the modern business of organised crime... The UK is significantly affected by organised crime in Europe... Britain's multicultural society is a bit more advanced than any other, so it is an end destination for illegal immigration and trafficking human beings...
The cocaine and heroin markets are among the highest in Europe. These are examples of why the UK is perhaps more affected by the organised crime problem than other countries."
On 15 November 2013, In an interview with BBC Arts Correspondent, Will Gompertz, Oprah Winfrey said this:
“Are there still places where people are terrorized because of the color of their skin, because of the color of their black skin? Yes…
As long as people can be judged by the color of their skin, the problem is not solved… There are still generations of people, older people, who were born and bred and marinated in it, in that prejudice and racism, and THEY JUST HAVE TO DIE.”
On 19 October 2013, Conservative commentator, Douglas Murray, said this in The Spectator:
"The first time I met Tommy Robinson I told him to fuck off. The EDL had just formed... He took it very politely, said he understood... and then said, ‘We’re not racists, we’re just working-class guys who are losing our country and can’t bear it.
Last week, four-and-a-half-years on, we met again. Several days earlier Robinson had announced he was leaving the movement he had formed… How has the reaction been since leaving? ‘Difficult,’ he says. ‘People saying I’ve been bought out."
On 20 April 1653, Oliver Cromwell dissolved the Long Parliament.
This is how he did it:
“It is high time for me to put an end to your sitting in this place, which you have dishonoured by your contempt of all virtue, and defiled by your practice of every vice; ye are a factious crew, and enemies to all good government; ye are a pack of mercenary wretches, and would like Esau sell your country for a mess of pottage, and like Judas betray your God for a few pieces of money.
Is there a single virtue now remaining amongst you? Is there one vice you do not possess?"
“Politicians are frauds… The distinctions between the parties are insignificant. My friend went to a posh 'do' in the country where David Cameron… was in attendance. Also present were members of the opposition and former prime minister Tony Blair. Whatever party they claim to represent in the day, at night they show their true colours and all go to the same party… Our treasured concepts of tribe and nation are not valued by those who govern except when it is to divide us from each other. They don't believe in Britain or America they believe in the dollar and the pound."
On 19 September 2013, Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, said this at the Valdai Forum:
“We see that many Euro-Atlantic States have taken a course where they deny or reject their own roots, including their Christian roots which form the basis of Western civilisation… The moral basis and any traditional identity are being denied, national, religious, cultural and even gender identities are being denied or relativised.
There, politics treats a family with many children as equal to a homosexual partnership; faith in God is equal to faith in Satan.
"A study by the human rights charity Walk Free Foundation has identified 162 countries where humans are trafficked for sex work and unskilled labour. Economic powerhouses China and India were both named among the worst offenders. "
The year was 1940. The young man was Ralph Miliband, a Jewish immigrant who, with his father, had fled to London from Belgium just weeks earlier...
In his explosive memoirs... Gordon Brown's spin doctor Damian McBride argued that Ed Miliband was obsessed with maintaining his father's legacy. Winning the leadership was Ed's 'ultimate tribute' to his father, an attempt to 'achieve his father's vision...
As for the country that gave him and his family protection, the 17-year-old wrote in his diary: 'The Englishman is a rabid nationalist. They are perhaps the most nationalist people in the world . . . you sometimes want them almost to lose (the war) to show them how things are."