Friday, 12 November 2010

A moral duty to oppose the evil of the EU

Commentators have adequately exposed the manifold failings of the so-called Sovereignty Bill, legislation that will do nothing to halt the insidious boiled-frog ratcheting of EU control of our nation. The political class will ensure that nothing is done that will trigger a referendum, whilst greasing the treasonous take-over of every aspect of our national lives by a monstrous and unaccountable Leviathan. 


It's because I love Europe that I condemn with every breath I take the grotesque evil of the EU. The EU is evil in exactly the same way that the Soviet Union was evil; that in a pretence at securing the good of all, the freedoms of each are trampled upon, that power and its maintenance becomes an end in itself, that privilege and patronage are reserved to the ruling elite, and that any countervailing loyalties and allegiances are crushed. The corruption of power, the spoilation of national dignity, the cruel subjugation of human spirit and conscience are all works of true evil and counter to our shared Christian culture and heritage. Every one of us has a moral duty to oppose the EU. 


Today the power of the nomenclature in Brussels looks unassailable. The Eurocrats no longer wear jackboots or carry arms, but as they gaze up at Westminster's spires they wear the exact same look as those other conquerors as they rode beneath the Arc de Triomphe in 1940. Things have scarcely looked blacker in my lifetime for Britain, scarce looked more hopeless. But older readers will have been here before, and on the wall of the rebuilt Coventry Cathedral it took a Jew to sculpt the simple meaning of that triumph of Christian faith; that good will, eventually, vanquish evil. 

16 comments:

Greg Tingey said...

Agree about the unaccountability and corruption of the EU.
But you are mad:
christianity?
Good?
Blackmail, torture and lies, just like the other religions of islam and communism.

Weekend Yachtsman said...

Excellent post Mr. R., I could not have put it better. Or at least, not without descending into spluttering and abuse. Well done.

@Greg, I think you have misunderstood the comparison being made.

talwin said...

"It's because I love Europe that I condemn with every breath I take the grotesque evil of the EU".

Interestingly put but spot-on. In a sentence, that just about nails it for me.

Span Ows said...

Well said, a great piece.

Anonymous said...

No lad, tha's getting a bit mixed up.
Islam is a political ideology, like communism.
Christianity is not.
God deems that all men have the propensity for benevolence, kindness, charity and in pursuing these, through spiritual transcendance raise himself up. There is also the reverse, mankind has the ability and aptitude for malign deeds and thus the capacity for the spread of ill will and war.
If man is malign, he is not a Christian and never can be.

Christianity, did keep the flame of knowledge alive through the Dark ages in England (through writing and the consequent transcription of learning - mainly though not exclusively from Greek and Latin texts). It was Christianity,it's monks and Bishops: that were responsible for the first universties in England.

In Europe, Charles Martel and later Charlemagne kept the Moors from the heart of Europe, Rodrigo Diaz, finished the job.

In the East, the Byzantines fought a long and ultimately forlorn battle against the forces of Islam.
Even up to 1683, the turks were knocking on the door of Vienna.
Christianity, is the sole reason that we are, moreover why we are here today.

There are some in Europe who know and understand this well.

The nihilism of Socialism, fundamental Islam and indoctrination by malevolent Marxist forces within, the EU is purposefully traducing Christianity. And thus in doing so is trashing the West and civilisation (as we have known it).

An ignorant populace, is one easier to control and manipulate and direct.

It would be better: "to know thine enemy first."
Before making crass statements.

Elby the Beserk said...

Aye to all above (bar @Greg!). Evil stalks the land, and the EU is starting to frighten me. I don't think my dear old dad went to war for this to happen.

Witterings From Witney said...

Excellently said R, congratulations

DP111 said...

This essay is worth reading

Faith & freedom

http://www.davidwarrenonline.com/index.php?id=1208

The quarrel

http://www.davidwarrenonline.com/index.php?id=1209

Budgie said...

An excellent post, Raedwald, on a subject most of the blogosphere and the MSM seem to have forgotten about.

As a result the EU project is advancing behind our backs aided by the incredible complacency within the FCO and the rest of the UK government. This suits the europhiles because at the moment their beloved 'project' is looking somewhat tatty and difficult to defend overtly.

Anonymous said...

Budgie: Do rest assured that there is no complacency within the FCO on all this, not a drop. In fact, these days it is absolutely essential to have (or have had) some working experience in one of the European departments if you ever hope to reach the higher levels within the diplomatic service. These people are in it right up to their necks mate.

Mrs Proudie of Barchester said...

Goodness! I knew something sinister had sneaked its tentacles into the drawing rooms of Barchester the moment I laid eyes on Signora Neroni! Little did I realise she was simply the vanguard for the monstrous EU Leviathan waiting to crush civilization and Christianity in our green and pleasant land. I discussed my fears with my Lord's chaplain, Mr. Slope. "Fuck the lot of em, missus,' he said. Wise words.

Mrs Proudie of Barchester said...

Goodness! I knew something sinister had sneaked its tentacles into the drawing rooms of Barchester the moment I laid eyes on Signora Neroni! Little did I realise she was simply the vanguard for the monstrous EU Leviathan waiting to crush civilization and Christianity in our green and pleasant land. I discussed my fears with my Lord's chaplain, Mr. Slope. "Fuck the lot of em, missus,' he said. Wise words.

Anonymous said...

It would seem, Mr. Slope is a man of pellucid vision and has a keen sense of what the EU is and what they are all about. I very much admire his abridged analysis, it harmoniously doth chime with my sentiments.

Anon 2 said...

Excellent post, Raedwald. Thank you.

As for Mr. Slope's "Anglo-Saxon" - I hope you did nothing of the sort, Mrs. P.

Though perhaps he's of more Viking descent: I'd like to see them medicate the Anti-Christian Empire on its own terms!

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