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    Quote Originally Posted by jagdmesser View Post
    Mad Merkel the cunning communist, globalist is anti-family, anti-German, anti-European and anti-white.
    And Anti Health:

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/9i4GYTzsfsR1/

    Christian Drosten is one of the decisive inventors of the Corona Myth. His problem: People aren't dying from SARSCOV2 anymore, so the hype goes down. But thanks that people are listening to Angela Merkel.

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    Brexit Deal ‘A Defeat’ for ‘Sacrificed’ Fishing Industry




    Barrie Deas, chief executive of the National Federation of Fishermen’s Organisations (NFFO), says Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal is “a defeat”, with the Tory accused of having “bottled it” on fishing and “sacrificed” the country’s long-suffering fishermen.


    “When push came to shove, despite the legal, moral and political strength of our case, fishing was sacrificed,” Deas lamented in a St Stephen’s Day interview reacting to news that Johnson’s deal included a further five-and-a-half year “transition” for EU trawlers — on top of the almost four years they have already had since the 2016 vote to leave the EU — to plunder British fisheries, with promises of full sovereignty after this period looking increasingly shaky. “[T]he EU made the whole trade deal contingent on a UK surrender on fisheries,” the fishing industry leader continued. “In the end-game, the Prime Minister made the call and caved in on fish, despite the rhetoric and assurances that he would not do what Ted Heath did in 1973,” he added.


    Edward ‘Ted’ Heath was the controversial Tory prime minister who took Britain into the European Economic Community (EEC), as the EU then was, without a referendum. Brussels had changed its rules to designate fisheries as a so-called “common resource” until its management right before the British joined, bringing the richest fisheries in Western Europe with them, in a move which would prove devastating for the country’s fishermen as the bloc shared out the lion’s share of stocks to foreign fleets. Heath had known the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) would deliver a hammer blow to the British fishing industry but pressed on anyway, with official notes released decades later revealing officials had decided fishermen were “expendable”.


    Claims by the Prime Minister and his team that 25% of the fish the EU currently takes from British waters — far less than British negotiators had been asked for, and a far cry from the full control over national fisheries enjoyed by countries such as Iceland and Norway — will be returned, little by little, over the course of the transition are also being questioned by groups such as
    Fishing for Leave and former Brexit Party politicians including Martin Daubney, who are struggling to find how even this modest figure has been arrived at based on their own readings of the published figures. “The deal means we’re still tied to the apron strings of the EU, we’re not an independent coastal state,” agreed Jim Portus, chief executive of the South West Fish Producers Organisation. “I’m at the end of my working life but [Boris Johnson] made promises directly to fishermen and I am very disappointed for them. We should be rebuilding our fleet, encouraging our youngsters. We should be planning for a resurgence instead of being sold down the river again,” he said. “Really annoyingly embodied in the deal is a reference to penalties and compensation which must be paid to foreign fishermen if we decide to deny them access to our 12-mile limit in five years’ time. It is disgraceful that he [Johnson] has allowed himself to be dictated to by Brussels,” he added.



    Portus’s remarks on “penalties and compensation” touches on a growing concern among Brexiteers attempting to pore over the extremely lengthy deal agreement, clinched on Christmas Eve and not immediately released for scrutiny, leaving very little time to find any serious issues before the end of the year. Brexiteers supportive of Johnson fondly imagine that the fisheries “transition” is just one more bitter pill that must be swallowed ahead of full sovereignty, with the much-diminished British fishing fleet rebuilt in the meantime — but some are arguing it is not at all clear that this is what will happen, despite Johnson’s assurances, pointing to language in the deal which suggests similar arrangements are to be carried forward once the five-and-a-half years are up.


    It is also unclear if the deal allows for any rectification of rules which allow foreign trawlers which operate out of foreign ports from simply flagging as British in order to erode what little quota is left to Britain — a tactic the British were prevented from banning in the 1980s when judges rules that doing so would violate European law. It is not immediately clear what the Prime Minister has received from the EU in return for having “sacrificed” fishing, either.


    The 40+ billion euro “divorce” settlement the EU demanded is still to be paid in full, Northern Ireland will be subject to EU rules and regulations enforced by EU personnel deployed to the British province, including a partial economic border with Great Britain, and competition and tendering rules which have seen public contracts even for Britain’s post-Brexit blue passports awarded to foreign firms will essentially remain in place, for example. It is true that the Prime Minister has secured free trade in goods, but this massively benefits the EU, which sells far more to the United Kingdom vice versa.



    Trade in services, where the advantage belonged to Britain, was not covered by the deal in the same way.





    We can now see, in the so-called ‘negotiations’, BoJo wasworking for Brussels. BoJo is an EU agent, whose orders were to sign a ‘deal’which was a complete stitch-up of British interests across the board. It’sinconceivable that anyone who was working for Britain and British interests would sign such a surrender document.


    Brown envelopes and offshore accounts outweigh the environment or anything else.


    Brexit was a huge waste of time. The biggest selling point presented to right-leaning Brits, by people like Nigel Farage, was that leaving the EU would allow Britain to control its own borders and keep out migrants.
    But that's basically the opposite of how it's played out in the real world. The amount of non-European immigration *increased* after Brexit. Meanwhile, Hungary and Poland - both EU members - have some of the most secure borders in the world.
    The problem isn't so much the EU as much as it is certain member states. The UK could have, and should have, restricted immigration without this years-long fake crusade.


    We are not lost. We are millions. We will fight and continue to fight . The Bidet won't get one minute of rest. Red states already told Bidet to shove his lock downs. We are Trump's ideas and Trump is never going anywhere and will continue to fight.


    The 5.5 years fishing transition period will mean no more fish. Banned by Australia (just one of them) the ten EU super trawlers are emptying our waters of fish with reports of Continental trawlers fishing close to Brighton pier...not to mention all the dolphins they are killing. Both Britain and the EU claim to be environmentally aware but they both seem happy to forget all that when it comes to politics.


    If sovereignty was truly the goal, No Deal was the only way to achieve it.


    Here's why the EU insisted on this key capitulation: "Only colonies are forced to hand over natural resources – is UK to be a colony of the EU?" https://www.express.co.uk/c...



    Fishermen: Boris ‘Bottled It’, Brexit Deal ‘A Defeat’ for ‘Sacrificed’ Industry

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    Nigel Farage did warn us that there would be a ‘sell out’ agreement at the last minute.


    A ridiculously low salary for the P. M. of £154,908 p. a. leaves the democratic system wide open to bribery. Previous UK prime ministers: Major, Blair and Cameron are said to be each worth in excess of £60 million. This is only what's known about. How did they get it? Maybe they saved it from their 'pocket money'.

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    Being an outland observer of all this "Brexit" stuff, I won't pretend to be aware or knowledgeable of all the issues involved for y'all in the UK. I hope it will all be resolved with the true independence and sovereignty for the native peoples of the UK from EU interference in place and permanent. I truly wish for a Dixi-exit (again) for my own State and country, free of Washington, D.C. and forced union with the North and Left Coast states' mob rule and degeneracy. I can dream.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jagdmesser View Post
    A quote I read recently:


    "Succeed from the union.
    Let them have NY and IL and CA and let all the other states vote. We cannot beat the media, Hollywood, universities, public schools, corporations...
    The only thing we have is the second amendment and let’s see if we stand up for that in the next few months when they come for it."
    Exactly. The South is still a region/section quite distinct in culture, politics, social mores, etc from the rest of the United States. Southern whites are mocked, denigrated, attacked by the "judeo-yankee" elites, globalist plutocracy that rule this country. They despise us, we want no part of their anti-liberty, degenerate rot. Let us go our own way peacefully as our forebears tried to do in 1861. They can have their "woke" perverted marxist totalitarian dystopia, just leave us out of it to govern ourselves in a free republic.
    The 13 States that were considered to be part of the old Confederacy would have a viable, even prosperous economy as an independent Southern republic today.
    Yes, obviously I'm a would-be secessionist.
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    'EU learnt nothing!' Bullying Brussels 'hardening up' on sovereignty to stop future exits


    BREXITEER Claire Fox has raged at the European Union for not learning anything from Brexit and preparing to be more restrictive in future.


    Brexit supporter Baroness Claire Fox attacked the EU for their reluctance to reform following the UK's departure from the bloc. During an interview with Express.co.uk, Baroness Fox argued the EU is planning to become more federalist and bully member states. She also insisted they would likely continue to ignore member states unhappy within the European Union as long as they keep key politicians happy.


    The EU chief negotiator said an all-or-nothing approach adopted by the UK, especially on fisheries, almost caused negotiations to break down despite a breakthrough being achieved. When asked whether he was happy that an agreement was reached between the UK and the EU, Mr Barnier told French daily newspaper Le Figaro said he had mixed feelings. He added: “Yes and no! Can you be happy with a divorce? I, of course, have the feeling of a mission accomplished, with an exceptional team. “First, there was the withdrawal treaty signed at the end of 2019, then this 1,200-page text on the future relationship.” But Mr Barnier said he experienced a “form of bitterness” as the UK left the EU.


    Ms Fox warned of the consequences of this hardening up and highlighted and growing divide among European member states. She said: "There is a real east-west split but I also think there is a split in relation to the south. "Poor countries have just been abandoned in some ways and Eurozone countries have suffered very badly like Greece, like Spain. "I am not convinced that the EU has learnt anything." Baroness Fox also noted that the EU's concern isn't necessarily over the feelings and worries of the public in member states. She claimed the EU is more focussed on keeping the politicians of these member states happy.She said: "The point about it is this, it is not a question of keeping member states happy. "That is not how the EU see it, they think of it as how can we keep the politicians of the member states happy. "It is anti-democratic and it is the electorate in these different countries they should be paying attention to."


    Baroness Fox argued that the EU not taking seriously the concerns of member states could result in issues further down the line for the bloc. She insisted it was this sort of attitude that resulted in Brexit and the public wishing to leave the European Union. She said: "They think if they keep someone like David Cameron happy then that is sufficient but those people are always accountable by their own electorate and the EU always underestimate that. "When I was in the European Parliament I noted all the times where they didn't take seriously the Brexit vote. "They kind of just thought that all of the 17.4 million people who voted leave were fed misinformation or too stupid to know what it is all about. "As far as they were concerned, they were sure that people would change their minds. "They thought it was always the right thing to do to stay in the European Union so they just helped us remain. "They never took seriously the democratic franchise that we exhibited in 2016."


    'EU learnt nothing!' Bullying Brussels 'hardening up' on ...

    03 I 2021.


    The EU empire is fully intent on eradicating nationality, remoulding and replacing it with a mixed race brown European.





    The man of the future will be of mixed race. The races and classes of today will gradually disappear due to the elimination of space, time, and prejudice. The Eurasian-negroid race of the future, similar in appearance to the Ancient Egyptians, will replace the current diversity of peoples and the diversity of individuals. Instead of destroying European Judaism, Europe, against her will, refined and educated this people, driving them to their future status as a leading nation through this artificial evolutionary process. It’s not surprising that the people that escaped from the Ghetto-Prison, became the spiritual nobility of Europe. Thus, the compassionate care given by Europe created a new breed of aristocrats. This happened when the European feudal aristocracy crashed because of the emancipation of the Jews [due to the actions taken by the French Revolution]

    The Coudenhove-Kalergi plan – The genocide of the Peoples ...

    https://www.westernspring.co.uk/the-...lergi-plan-the...
    The Coudenhove-Kalergi plan – The genocide of the Peoples of Europe. . Mass immigration is a phenomenon the causes of which are cleverly concealed by the political elites, and multicultural propaganda is employed to falsely portray immigration as inevitable. In this article we intend to prove once and for all, that mass immigration is not a spontaneous phenomenon.

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    SUPERBOAT BAN EU super-trawlers to be banned from plundering fish from British waters


    EU super-trawlers are to be banned from plundering fish from British waters.


    Ministers will demonstrate they are back in full control of our coasts with a post-Brexit crackdown on factory ships. EU super-trawlers are to be banned from plundering fish from British waters as Britain takes back control of its waters. The vast vessels — often longer than a football pitch — use nets up to one-mile in length to catch hundreds of tons of fish every day.


    But they have been blamed for large numbers of dead dolphins and porpoises washed up on our shores. Brits also complain they dominate the main fishing grounds, making it difficult for them to compete. The Government has already banned pulse trawling — another method favoured by European fishing fleets. This controversial technique uses electrical signals to drive flat fish — such as sole — from the seabed into nets. Yet there are fears it harms marine environment and larger species — such as cod, haddock and whiting — by causing their spines to break.


    The British fishing industry does not own super-trawlers but, as the restrictions would apply equally to UK and EU fleets, this will not breach the Brexit deal. MPs believe it exerts control without breaking the quotas agreed. Former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith said: “For far too long, too many large trawlers have destroyed many of our fishing areas.”


    Super-trawlers spent 3,000 hours fishing in UK marine protected areas in 2019 — with more than 1,000 porpoises dying in their nets.



    EU super-trawlers to be banned from plundering fish from ...

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    In the EUropean Parliament no one has any ability, they don’t need it because they have no say in anything. The Commission makes all the decisions and Commissioners are appointed not elected. The MEPs are only there for show and to give the impression of democracy. That's the trend in modern politics (China Joe). Ability not required or needed. To have it is very much a hindrance.

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    Hidden clause in Boris's Brexit deal exposes massive stitch-up – UK forced to fund EU Army


    BORIS Johnson's trade deal with the EU includes a commitment to pay almost £290 million into a defence project which will pave the way for a European army, a former Brexit Party MEP has warned.


    And Ben Habib suggested the bloc’s European Defence Fund / EDF was a clear indication of the bloc’s determination to transform itself into a
    military superstate - while questioning why the UK was involved at all given its ongoing membership of NATO. Buried away on page 1,051 of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) ratified last month is a reference to Horizon Europe, a bloc-wide project due to get underway this year which centred on discovery-led research and facilitating large-scale partnerships tackling global challenges. The EU’s Multiannual financial framework fixed on December 11 fixed Horizon Europe’s budget at €95.5billion at modern prices, and on page 369 of the TCA, the cost to the UK over the course of the next seven years is revealed to be 4% of the whole - in other words, just €3.8billion. The EDF element amounts to just over £7.1billion (€8 billion) - meaning given the UK is paying 4% of the cost, will cost taxpayers £285 million (€320 million) between 2021 and 2026, equal to £47.5million a year.


    Mr Habib said: “Horizon Europe until about a month ago was a fairly benign research entity looking into research for climate change and stuff like that. “And then in December 2020, two weeks before the cooperation agreement was signed, the EDF was moved into Horizon Europe. “So without us actually stating in the trade and cooperation agreement that we are now going to be paying funds into the EDF, we are now committed to pay those funds in.” Mr Habib said the bloc’s European Defence Union initiative involved a drive towards an independent military industry as well as armaments and a standing army, and he also highlighted the EU’s new 10,000-strong border force, the cost of which he suggested was £18.7billion (€21billion). He added: “When you go back to 2015 and remember the debate that Nick Clegg had with Nigel Farage, when Nigel said they were aiming to have a standing army and Nick said something like ‘don’t talk garbage, that’s just scaremongering’, they were busy planning it at the same time. “Now there is no way that the deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom did not know what was going on in the Commission. “So our political establishment is well-ensconced in all of this.”


    The European Defence Fund predated PESCO (Permanent Structured Cooperation) which was the EU’s version of NATO, Mr Habib explained. He said: “The EDF was the first of a series of establishments set up by the EU for the creation of this European defence union. “And it is effectively a defence fund, so it is for military research. “And so the European Union aims to create its own, advanced military-industrial base. “And one of the things that we signed up to in the political declaration last year as part of the withdrawal agreement was to support the industrial-military machine and aim for ‘military inter-operability’. “What that basically means is that our army will increasingly be supplied by and integrated into an EU structure. “And that pulls us away from the transatlantic relationship and embeds us in an EU military initiative.” Mr Habib warned: “They are coming at it from an industrial base, but they are pulling us into their military structures from the industrial side of things. It is very clever.


    “After the referendum in 2016, Mrs May, knowing that the British people had already voted to leave the European Union, signed us up into a number of these things.” At the time when he was Foreign Secretary, Mr Johnson was on record as saying the UK was leaving the bloc and ‘good luck to them with their European army, Mr Habib pointed out. He said: “Then we have Boris Johnson signing the withdrawal agreement making a commitment to effectively the EDF in the political declaration. “This is something we should be absolutely running away from. “The UK is the biggest military force in Europe and they want us in PESCO.”


    The idea of a European Army has been floated by numerous prominent EU figures, including European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Guy Verhoftstadt, the former Belgian PM and outspoken critic of Brexit. Unlike NATO, which the UK is a prominent member of, being one of the few European countries to spend more than 2% of GDP on defence, the EU’s geopolitical aims did not align at all closely to those of the United States, Mr Habib said. He explained: “They just signed this investment agreement with China and there is no requirement in that agreement for human rights abuses to be investigated or for environmental laws to be upheld or anything like that. “They are pivoting towards China, they are pivoting in favour of Iran. “This is not what we should be doing and I don’t know whether Boris Johnson knows what he is signing into or if this slipped through. “They are trying to draw us into their defence web.


    “Why the hell is the EU doing military research? This is all heading towards a supra-national state with an army, a standing army.” A statement carried on the EU’s website says: “The European Defence Fund will provide a key contribution to Europe's sovereignty, protecting and defending its citizens. “It will promote defence cooperation among companies, research actors and between the Member States to foster innovation and develop state-of-the-art defence technology. “It will also strongly encourage the participation of small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) in collaborative projects and foster breakthrough innovation solutions through a dedicated budget for disruptive technologies in defence.” A BEIS spokesperson told Express.co.uk: “Our Brexit deal fulfils a manifesto commitment to collaborate internationally on scientific research, including through Horizon.“Our participation represents a real benefit to British people, allowing our best minds to work with others to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing society, while helping our businesses to become more innovative, creating jobs and growth across the UK.”


    How can anyone in UK possibly want to be part of the EU again. We were and are continuing to be condemned to funding their crazy delusions. BJ should have left with no deal not tried to keep remainers happy.



    Hidden clause in Boris's Brexit deal exposes massive ...

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    'EU’s new 10,000-strong border force' are doing nothing about this:

    Boris Shuts All Travel Corridors, But Migrant Boats Keep on Coming

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    GERMANY has "taken a huge beating" as a result of Brexit, a former MEP and industry leader has said, after a new European Commission analysis suggested the country's economy will be clobbered to the tune of £30 billion over the next two years.



    The research, published this week, considers the impact Brexit will have on the European economy as a whole, with estimates suggesting it will amount to 0.5% of GDP - amounting to £121 billion (€140 billion) between now and 2022. Brexit will cost
    Germany - led by Angela Merkel - £30 billion (€35 billion) during this period, the Commission’s report warned. Mr Henkel, who stood down from the European assembly in 2019, is also the former president of the Federation of German Industries (BDI). He told Express.co.uk: “Germany is particularly impacted. Not only was Britain the second largest net contributor to the EU‘s Budget and, it is now for Germany to pick up the largest portion of the missing funds. “Also, before Brexit, Britain was the third-largest export market for its machine tools, its automobiles and other industrial and consumer goods worldwide. “Since Brexit, German exports have taken a huge beating.” Mr Henkel said he was “convinced” the long-term impact of Brexit on the EU would be “even more negative” than the data suggested. He explained: “With Britain having left the EU an important, eloquent and powerful voice for competitiveness, for self-responsibility and for subsidiarity has been silenced and is already missing in Brussels.


    “For instance, Britain would never have agreed to the EU being able to become an independent debtor to finance the Covid relief package in the countries. Without Britain, France now calls the shots in Brussels, Germany will as usual duck away.” The analysis also suggests Britain will not escape unscathed either, with the impact estimated to be in the region of 2.25% - equal to about £95 billion (€110 billion). Mr Henkel said: “The analysis of the economic impact of Brexit on Britain and the EU by EU experts is not a surprise to me.


    “Together with other German business leaders, I predicted significant negative impacts on growth, employment and wealth in both, Britain and the EU. Brexit was, is and will remain a lose-lose situation for both. “What may be surprising to many is the fact that such a large negative impact is showing up despite the ‘deal’ reached which was supposed to minimise such an impact. “But the data show that Brexit itself (with or without the deal) was economically a bad idea in the first place.” Mr Henkel, who has consistently argued Brussels should have done more to persuade the UK to remain in the bloc, said both British and EU companies were now facing new “significant bureaucratic hurdles” when trying to import-export goods via Calais, Hamburg and Rotterdam, as well as in Dover and other British ports.


    Referring to the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) signed at the end of the year, Mr Henkel stressed: “The deal only mitigates some of it. “Imagine we wouldn’t have had one, the economic impact would have been even worse. “No wonder that a report just came out declaring that China is now the largest single trading partner of the EU, ahead of the US. Before Brexit, that place belonged to Britain!” He added: “Note that these data pertain only to the trade of goods, not of services.


    “Since the deal didn‘t cover services, Brexit will create another huge gaping hole in future growth in services which is of great importance to Britain. “Also here, Britain will suffer much more than the EU. It is already clear that for instance in Banking, Insurance and other related financial industries London has lost financial investments and jobs to Amsterdam, Dublin, Frankfurt and Paris. “It is difficult to imagine that the new trade deals Britain signed with South-East Asia/Australia/New Zealand and with Japan will compensate for the loss in the EU.“



    I never believed in those free-for-all trade deals promising heaven for everyone.



    Brexit news: Germany ‘taken huge beating’ as £30billion ...

    21 II 2021.


    If any one person was responsible for bringing about Brexit it was Merkel and her marxist attitude and policies about human rights and mass migration. Regard and respect for everyone but Europeans.

    So we buy less German products and pay the extra 20% tax on them.

    I am really glad the UK is out of the EU.

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