Category: European politics

COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Denmark’s immigration ministry said that more migrants left Denmark in 2019 than entered, with the minister in charge of the matter calling the official figures “wonderful.”

It was the first time since 2011 that net migration — the different between immigration and emigration — was negative.Mattias Tesfaye said that “whenever possible, it is only natural for refugees to travel back to their homeland. I am glad that we can give people protection while it is needed. But I’m also happy every time a refugee can return home.”

Should the army be called in to protect democracy?

A majority of the British people voted unequivocally in the 2016 Referendum to leave the European Union. The vote was to leave with no deal, i.e. under WTO rules, because no deals were mentioned on the ballot paper.

May sees Brexit as damage limitation

The news that Theresa May’s Chief of Staff, Nick Timothy, says that many of her Cabinet and numerous advisors and civil service people, see the Brexit negotiations as a damage limitation exercise is shocking to some!

It’s Mayhem

No one in our country is happy with the political situation, whoever they usually vote for or whatever way they went in our Referendum. The whole world has judged our politicians and their narrow based, opinionated and wrong, parties as totally incompetent.

SUCCESS via a negotiated NO DEAL Brexit

The 2016 EU Referendum asked voters whether they wanted to remain in the EU or leave it. On the Referendum ballot paper there was no mention of any conditional deal with the EU as to the manner of leaving – we simply voted for Britain to cease being a member of the European Union and revert to pre-1973 independence. 

No Deal Is Better Than A Bad Deal

Theresa May’s horrific so-called “Agreement” is the worst possible of both worlds in that it gives up some of the advantages and keeps, if not strengthens, all the bad things! Forever.

Boris Johnson speech to Conservative Party Conference

Why was it 25 years since any of my predecessors had been to Argentina or Chile? It was because our entire global strategy has been focused on the EU. And while that may have been sensible in the 1970s, when we first joined the common market, it makes less sense in the globalised economy of today, when 95 per cent of the world’s growth is going to be outside the EU.

Is Nigel Farage Under The Influence Of Brussels?

Nigel Farage is now considering a ‘SECOND REFERENDUM’ following his recent meeting, this week, with Michael Barnier the EU’s chief negotiator for Brexit[1]. Arron Banks, the Brexit Leave Campaign Chief, has also come out in support of a second referendum.

Giving Up 1000 Years of Struggle to be Ruled by Foreigners

“By the year 2000”, he went on – in words that history has shown were a true prophecy – the immigrant population “must be in the region of five to seven million, approximately one-tenth of the whole population, and approaching that of Greater London… Whole areas, towns and parts of towns across England will be occupied by sections of the immigrant and immigrant-descended population.”

At Last, Great News From Europe

In a major breakthrough for our brand of nationalism,  the Alternative for Germany Party won numerous seats in the German Parliament.