The March to One World Government, Part 94

It has been inceasingly obvious for years that the UN has become an embryonic world government.  UN “rapporteurs” (the fact that they use a French word to describe them says it all really) roam the civilized world rooting out institutional racism (in what are, objectively, the least racist societies in history) and appalling relative poverty amongst the widescreen owning benfit claiming underclasses.

They hold summits, conferences and conventions on “climate change”, flying there in their 1st class cabins (for the oiks) and private jets (for the real grand panjandrums) and lecturing us all about how filling our car should cost more or how our choice of foreign holiday is killing coral or something.

In many ways they represent the end point of Gramsci’s “March through the institutions” – they are to a fault impeccable cultural marxists, and they have positioned themselves to take over the world.

It could be argued that Britain’s likely failure to leave the EU as a result of May’s bungling (or possibly treachery) is actually irrelevant because we won’t be voting to leave the UN anytime soon, and the EU looks pretty democratic compared to the UN.

And unsurprisingly really in view of the above, the UN has now decreed that European societies should anyway no longer have the right to exist:

“during the presentation of the report on the management of migration processes… The UN, led by António Guterres, wants to manage and influence migration…Europe and the entire Western World must prepare for the flood of Africans…Currently, nearly 1,3 billion people live in Africa, and by the end of this century there will be 350% more, or 4,4 billion… It is obvious that the continent, whose inhabitants are not able to feed themselves, let alone achieve an adequate level of urbanization and industrialization, cannot cope with such a sharp demographic increase. The UN therefore came up with the idea of resettling Africans to Europe and highly developed countries on other continents…At the end of 2016, just after his election as UN Secretary General, António Guterres said: “We must convince Europeans that migration is inevitable and that multiethnic and multireligious societies create wealth”…the goal set…is to promote migration, give it a legal framework and manage it globally…The “Making Migration Work for All” report,  says in no uncertain terms that nation-states are to cease to exist. The document says that migration would be beneficial to everyone…

We are told time and again by the usual suspects – the BBC, politicians of all stripes, Big Charity – that the benefits of mass immigration are legion, that it is in any case inevitable and even necessary to liven up our aging demographics.  This is frequently reported alongside stories of violent crime and aggression committed disproportionately by people who wouldn’t be here if it was not for uncontrolled mass immigration.

We see a police force rechristened (or should that be renamed? wouldn’t want to offend anybody, would we, you can be locked up nowadays for offending the wrong kind of people) the “police service” turning a blind eye to mass rape of young girls by groups of perverts (of a certain religion) while simultaneously perverting the course of justice by withholding evidence from defence lawyers for other less favoured accused rapists, some of whose lives have been ruined as a consequence.

The reality of uncontrolled mass immigration to the West, is depressed wages and worse working conditions for our own indigenous poorer classes, and increased crime, violence and a general breakdown of trust.

Meanwhile in Italy we see hundreds of thousands of young fit looking black men spending their days drinking beer and riding around on bicycles (both beer and bicycles provided courtesy of the Italian tax payer).  The irony of being being lectured by smug Germans on their spendthrift ways while struggling to deal with a problem to a large extent created by German policy is not lost on the Italians.

The idea that the immigration seen to date is:

a) only the start, and

b) the solution to a problem rather than the problem itself

is a rather hard sell to these folk.

These same long suffering Italian taxpayers are footing the bill for security at this week’s meeting in Turin of the Bilderberg Group.  It is too easy to sound like a tinfoil hatted conspiracy theorist when talking about these globalist organisations which is probably why so many people who should know better make no attempt to hold them to account.  But it is clear that there is a whole nexus of people of influence, with vast resources at their disposal who have a clear agenda of globalisation.

The outcomes are increasingly clearly going to include:

  1. ever increasing migration and the subduing of governments and populations who try to resist that
  2. a continuous flow of lawmaking and sovereignty away from democratically elected governments to suprenational bodies, and the bullying of populations who protest

The unspeakable truth is that people want to live in countries ruled by white people – that is always the direction of flow.  But the trouble is that when they get there they try to make them more like the shitholes they left behind.

And the frightening truth, for anybody concerned about human civilization, is that the UN’s mission is to help them do that.

Welby Jumps The Shark

The Arch Bish of Cant (careful how you pronounce that) considers that the EU is humanity’s greatest achievement since the Roman Empire.

It is to him:

the greatest dream realised for human beings since the fall of the Western Roman Empire

This is a ridiculous intervention on several levels.

Primarily it is plainly quite stupid for a man in his position to make sweeping statements about matters of contemporary politics which are quite so remotely detached from spiritual considerations.  I don’t recall the noble bish being quite so loquacious on the subject of the Irish referendum abortion (sorry I got those words the wrong way around) where it could legitimately be argued that there is a fairly obvious moral aspect where guidance informed by God’s wisdom and infinite goodness might very well be appreciated.

On the other hand the Bish’s understanding of international commercial and treaty law and convention is probably even less than the abysmal standard set by members of cabinet, the HoL, the press and the BBC to name but some.

For this reason alone a period of silence on his part would be most welcome.

And then there is the mindbogglingly fatuous idiocy of his comment.  The last 200 years have seen the greatest increase in human well being in history.   Economic, religious and political freedom and democracy for all are paid at least lip service in virtually the entire world and in vast swathes of the world are, to a reasonable approximation, also real.

Diseases that in living memory killed millions of babies and other innocents are now treatable and in some cases have been wiped from the face of the earth.

The bish might argue that microbes are God’s creations as well but I don’t think that is what he meant.

People are happier, richer, healthier and live longer, more fulfilling lives than ever in history, thanks to these now widespread freedoms.

But all this counts for nothing compared to the sclerotic, anti democratic, freedom-killing monster that Brussles has become?

I have rarely heard anything more idiotic.

 

 

 

Dismal May In Death Spiral

After months of pathetic failure in her declared efforts to achieve a clean Brexit, whatever the hell that is, being supposedly stymied either by the intransigence of the beastlies of Brussels or the bloodymindedness of the unspeakables in the “Other Place” Mrs May’s political trajectory seems finally to have taken on the unmistakeable form of the death spiral.

It can only be a matter of time before somebody makes an amusing HoC comment comparing being on the receiving end of one of her speeches with being “savaged by a dead sheep”.

Hopeless bumbler Corbyn just scored a 6-love PMQs victory, making hay on May’s floundering Brexit “strategy” (we use the word advisedly).

My regular reader will of course be aware that we know the reason for this which is that May has no intention of taking us out of the EU having been well and truly knobbled by her Brussels minders, doubtless having been bribed with whatever the Belgian equivalent of Ermine might be combined with unsubtly worded threats about never being allowed back into France for a walking holiday.

On the plus side, it is possible just about to discern with a good old dose of wishful thinking that posibly just possibly some sort of compromise might yet emerge from all this regarding a possible EEA/EFTA approach.  The words EEA having been pretty well desaparacidos for the first two years after the great day, have recently been cropping up more regularly in the press and op/eds, and so it is perhaps a little less unlikely than it once seemed that that rather neat solution to the current difficulties might yet be landed upon as being the only possible way forward, which it is, and rather a good one too.

It is increasingly likely that the EU is going to lose more bits at some point before too long and the EEA would be a choice port of call for the likes of the Visegrads and Ireland (?) if or when that starts to happen, so being in there first will be undoubtedly a huge strategic advantage.

What is obvious is that May’s successive failures on Brexit, Badgers, Heathrow (which is an abysmal decision despite its seeming inevitability now)(to pick just a few recent ones) – she has no instinct for governing.

It was clear during her appalling stint as Home Sec where her authoritarianism masked her incompetence.  At number 10 her breathtaking incompetence has the whiphand, and it is not a pretty sight.

For god’s sake GO!

 

The Non-existent Irish Problem And May’s Treachery

The poor old Grauniad is not un-relieved crap and today for instance in the much maligned (and generally, rightly so) CiF section there is a thoughtful and robustly written contribution by Sean Walsh.

Essentially his point is that the whole so-called Irish border problem which is convulsing the UK cabinet and has been for weeks is so much hot air.  The IRA is not going to relight their nasty campaign of murder, intimidation and vandalism for the simple reason that the only reason they signed up to the Belfast agreement in the first place was that they were beaten militarily, mainly thanks to diligent and courageous police and intelligence work over many years.

In fact viewed from the lofy heights of Castello Italicus the whole imbroglio is very suggestive of the true facts on the ground.  The mechanism by which May was manouvred into number 10 by the EU Commission is not yet clear, but there is no doubt in my mind that she has been well and truly nobbled.  Her persistence with the insane proposal for a customs partnership is proof of that.  As is the complete failure to engage with reality, and propose an EEA/EFTA transition period.  In this scenario we would be out of the Customs Union, out of the EU, but with good access to the single market much as have Norway and Switzerland.  It is no coincidence that they are the richest nations in Europe.

The precise details would need to be ironed out such as EU migration and so on, but this would be a situation which any PM worth her salt could sell to back benchers and the electorate, rgardless of how they voted in 2016.  Damage to the economy would be minimised, and despite all the shit talked about fax diplomacy (which is simply a lie, as has been pointed out by Dr North on several million occasions) would be safely negated by the truth.

The current bollocks and counter bollocks arguments, so strongly reminiscent of arguing about how many angels can dance on a pin head,  serve only to make the whole issue seem impossible and can best be understood as a Continuity Project Fear (to continue with the IRA meme).  Orchestrated by Brussels, with the collaboration of senior members of the civil service.

My gut feeling is that the EEA/EFTA rabbit is straining to be pulled out of the hat but Brussels via Mrs May’s team won’t allow that.

And on the Irish border question the answer is simply do nothing.  We the UK won’t put up hard border posts.  If the Irish do under instructions from Brussels then that is their problem.  In other words stand our ground, turn the problem round.  And she won’t do that either.

It is clear to me that May is acting under instructions from Brussels.  It is quite possible that Cameron’s over-hasty departure after losing was prompted by having received curt instructions from Brussels to “Fix It Or Else” and as a reasonably honourable though dim individual he opted to leave it to someone else.

May’s conduct is explicable only by this theory.

 

 

Man Overboard!

We learn from the Mail that the nationally revered RNLI seems to have taken some of the same lousy medecine that the National Trust, the BBC, etc etc ad infi-fucking-nitum have been mainlining on for the last 20 years:

Whitby RNLI crewman Ben Laws … and his junior workmate Joe Winspear … were allegedly sacked over the phone on Tuesday. The pair are reported to have swapped ‘jokey’ tea mugs for Secret Santa presents. One featured Mr Winspear’s head superimposed on a naked woman’s body … When a senior female member of staff found them at the headquarters in North Yorkshire … their jobs were brought into question.

So two brave, public spirited  men, accustomed as volunteers to risk their lives to save the necks of others in deadly conditions in the North Sea, have been sacked (by phone of course as is the way these days) for exchanging as private gifts, mugs adorned with images similar to those we see in every tabloid and frequently even in TV adverts?

The inevitable has happened as their doughty cremates have made manifest their righteous disgust by:

sparking resignations from four of their colleagues navigator Steve Boocock , helmsman Martyn Cairns  and trainees Neil Cook and Simon Rhodes 

I’ve nothing against women (hell, (fucking hell actually) I’m married to one) but it is entirely predictable that themanager who made this bold step was a woman, who we can safely assume couldn’t steer a boat from one side of a puddle to the other.

What is it about us Anglos that we seem hell bent on sacrificing everything that is worthwhile about our country at the altar of this obessesive and wholly misguided political correctness/virtue signalling/cultural marxism?

It would never happen in Russia or in China and wouldn’t have happened in the Raj or in 1950’s America.

Let’s wait and see.  It wuld be easy to say that it is these little signs that give away a terminal cultural decline.  However these are early days for this story and it might yet be that the general outcry among the genuinely righteous of this country (white van man and his wife) the wonderful organisation that is the RNLI night yet row back on this insanity which would be a sign of hope.

I bloody hope so, I am so fed up of being a depressed, cynical and right.

Something Must Be Done

London famously has overtaken New York for murders.

The mayor, a nasty incompetent little man has decided, doubtless with the assistance of Mrs Dick (the name alone is a guarantee) the head of the metropolitan police, that given that the nationwide gun ban has been such a roaring success (…ahem) that a ban on kitchen knives will be even more successful!

From Zero Hedge:

This hyperbolic response by politicians who desperately need to be seen as doing something, comes in the wake of a growing number of stabbings since Britain outlawed guns altogether. While Britain can now boast, as Piers Morgan[*] famously did in his interview with Alex Jones, that they were only about 30 gun murders in Britain in the year prior, British politicians failed to notice that crime continues to happen, just through different means. It became clear when Britain’s crime stats were put up against those of gun toting New Yorkers.

*Cunt

At a time when the government are desperate to encourage people to cook at home and eat more veg it is obviously deeply ironic that they are at the same time looking to outlaw the essential iten required to do just that, the most useful tool ever invented.  But these cunts don’t do irony.

Shortly after London Mayor Sadiq Kahn’s city-wide ban on knives, The Express had reported that one of Scotland’s leading doctors has called for a ban on “killer” kitchen knives.

In a separate story, we read in the Mail that Rome fans, trying hard one assumes to ingratiate themselves with the local citizenry, have attacked liverpudlians with hammers and belts.

Are they now going to try and ban the second and third most useful inventions ever?

You read it here first!

Institutionalised Paranoia

Travelling on the New Jersey transit trains between Newark and New York this week one cannot help being struck by the number of posters advising the long suffering clientele that, “if it feels wrong it probably IS wrong” and exhorting them to say something (the same is available in the execrable Spanish of American officialdom).

No, that is simply not the case.  If it feels wrong, 99% of the time you are being a paranoid arse.  The chances are that if something is genuinely wrong it will be because officialdom has fucked up for the nth time; ignored warning signs, handed guns back to some sad loser, or welcomed home jihadists while deporting law abiding students or others.

It is clear by now to most people, that the government cannot protect us but have no compunction in making our lives a misery trying to convince us and failing miserably, that the opposite is the case.

Government action of one sort or another is at the root of 80% of the ills afflicting the human race.

 

Ignoring The Elephant In The Room

The Telegraph reports that EU commission jackbooted thugs have raided the offices of Fox News in London.

Ostensibly the investigation concerns sports rights and as a would-be consumer if they weren’t so darned expensive, I can half see what they’re getting at.

However as the Telegraph story notes:

The raid comes at an extremely sensitive time for Fox as it seeks a remedies agreement with British watchdogs at the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to secure its heavily delayed takeover of Sky…The CMA is considering an offer from the Murdoch family to spin off Sky News into a separate company or sell it to Disney to assuage concerns that full control of Sky will give them too much sway over the British media. 

The elephant in the room being of course that Fox is far less monopolistic than the BBC, but nobody, in an official capacity at least, is recommending that that monstrosity be broken up.

Might there be more to this than meets the eye:

News of a competition investigation by the European Commission will be viewed as a boost to the US cable giant Comcast, which is seeking to disrupt Fox’s takeover of Sky with its own rival £22bn bid.

News that the investigatory and ball-breaking powers of the EU have been bought and sold bought would hardly surprise anybody here at Castello Italicus.

A Tidal Wave Of Good Intentions

This blog has a lot of time for Michael Gove, by far the ablest minister in Cameron’s government, and in fact the ablest minister in a UK government for some time.  He is bright, decent and honest – a most unusual combination.

He  did good work as Minister of Education, and then his timely adoption of the Brexit cause was an important waypoint in that campaign.

But oh dear, we read in the Telegraph today that he has been spouting some utter dribble:

A tax of up to 22p could be added to plastic bottles to prevent the tide of rubbish flowing into the oceans, under plans announced by Michael Gove on Wednesday…  Announcing the scheme, Environment Secretary Mr Gove said: “We can be in no doubt that plastic is wreaking havoc on our marine environment – killing dolphins, choking turtles and degrading our most precious habitats.

Which brings us to two things:

  • Most of the problem plastic in the world is put there by consumers in Africa and South America.  Measures like this will do absolutely nothing to resolve the problem.
  • I have never thrown away a plastic bottle (as far as I can remember) and the same is true probably for a majority of the population.  I carefully crush them and put them out for recycling.  This plan would mean that I can no longer do that as it would cost me 22p a time (more than the contents of the bottle in many cases).  I or Mrs H will be obliged to fill a box periodically and go and waste an hour of my time getting back our deposits.

It is an insane idea. 

The article goes on to say:

It comes amid speculation that Britain could use some of its overseas aid budget to help Commonwealth countries to cut down on plastic pollution.

No fuck off.  Let’s cut our overseas aid budget altogether and spend it on our own defence.  If these countries want to spend money reducing plastic consumption let them cut down their spending on private jets, swiss bank accounts or nuclear weapons programmes.

A Downing St spokesman said: “Marine pollution, particularly from plastics, is one of the most significant challenges facing the world today and the Commonwealth spread over six Continents is uniquely placed to take transformative action so that future generations can enjoy a natural environment that is cleaner and greener than we currently find it.

No it’s not.  The most serious threat facing the world today is idiots in government wanting to be seen to be virtuous by the kind of people of sign up to Change.org campaigns.

It is that the gains in wealth, wellbeing and freedom over the last centuries of struggle will be squandered by feelgood pinko twats at international conferences.

This blog cares passionately about the environment, and spends its free time working hard to improve the immediate environment around Castello Italicus.

More importantly it recognises that a richer world will be a more environmentally friendly world, as caring for the environment is a luxury afforded only to people who don’t have to worry about where their next meal will come from.

The history of care about the environment is a history of people from rich countries who don’t have to work.

Measures like the ones proposed by Gove will reduce wellbeing and wealth, and therefore their contribution will be perforce negative for the environment.

 

No, You’re Wrong

That normally reliable repository of intelligent comment The Continental Telegraph, doubtless wishing to be seen to be publishing a diverse set of opinions, has a piece about gun control in the US by a certain Tom Fuller in which he informs us that:

I don’t believe at all that I have any right to park an Abrams tank in my driveway or a Humvee with a mounted fifty caliber machine gun.

Mmmh, anybody else spot the straw man?

He goes to reassure us that it’s ok, and a nevralgic political issue which has been simmering for decades dividing the country like no other except abortion, is in fact easy to fix, because:

I believe the limits can be drawn quickly and using common sense using those facts. Background checks for all gun sales, prohibition of gun ownership to convicted felons, convicted domestic abusers (there are shamefully some types of domestic abuse not classified as a felony), withdrawal of semi and automatic rifles from the market and a mandatory buyback of such weapons as are already in private hands.

That’s alright then Tom!  Thank goodness you exist!!

We can really only think of a couple of problems with this.  The first is that it wouldn’t do any good.  Automatic weapons are already to all intents and purposes outlawed and have been since at least the 1980s.  Every state has its own gun laws and nearly all require purchasers to be sane and law abiding.  Often however these requirements are ignored.  So how about enforcing the existing laws before making any new stupid ones?

In every free country in the western world except Australia and the UK ownership of semi auto pistols and rifles is permitted under certain reasonable conditions.  The ridicuous laws in the UK and Australia  don’t seem to have led to any significant improvement in the law enforcement situation.  Certainly in the UK at least knife and gun crime are on the rise, and coppers can barely be arsed to try to do anything about it preferring to spend their time trawling twitter for rude comments about mosques or police horses.

In these countries the murder rate is not sky high.  There are next to no incidents.  How can this be?  Because ownership of firearms by law abiding people is totally harmless, and might even be beneficial as criminals are forced to consider that potential victims might be in a position to defend themselves.

The other slight problem that we can see is the bit about the mandatory buy back.  That is a recipe for massive civil disobedience, and possibly civil war and/or secession.  The chances are thousands of people would be hurt and killed if this was attempted.

This blog would tentatively suggest two things that could make a difference.  The first is the wider adoption of Gun Safety Orders in which in a very focused way, specific individuals eg parents, teachers would be able to take legal action to deny temporarily firearm possession to people showing clear signs of imminent disaster such as posting on facebook that they want to become a school shooter.  This has we understand been tried with encouraging results.

Possibly even more important would be a voluntary code of practice in the media, not to publicise the sad losers’ names.  Deny them their 15 minutes of fame.  Deny them, in Mrs Thatchers memorable turn of phrase, the Oxygen of Publicity.

For a few twisted individuals the chance to dominate the news for 24 hours trumps any moral or emotional considerations of right and wrong.  Remove that incentive and with time you will reduce the occurrence.

We are sure that if you plot the frequence and deadliness of these events against the amount of hours of coverage of the 24 hour news cycle you will see a strong correlation.