Tag: Soviet Union

Preaching With Kipper: Trident

Kipper, Going Postal

I believe, wholeheartedly, that the United Kingdom should have an independent Nuclear Deterrent. I am also an advocate of the Untied Kingdom having a codified (Written) constitution. And the first clause of that constitution should be that the British people are entitled to have their nation defended by Independent Nuclear Weapons capable of glassing our enemies (However the conversation over a written British constitution is one for another day). Our national defense should not be something that feckless politicians are fee to vote upon. It is a matter of national defense. And therefore, I believe, should be a matter for the PM and military. Not one for dumb ass politicians.

I speak, of course, as someone who was born after the fall of the Soviet Union. I did not live through the Cold War, Cuban missile crisis and J.F.K reportedly being seconds away from authorizing a nuclear strike. However I have been alive to see what happened to last nation that decided to do rid with its independent nuclear program. You may have heard of it, they had a chunk of their nation annexed by Russia. There’s now in a massive civil war there. All kinds of shit is kicking off there. If you hadn’t guessed the country is Ukraine. I doubt Putin would have invaded a nation which had the capability to glass Moscow.

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This is OUR Independence Day

Stay Puft, Going Postal

Maybe it’s a coincidence or maybe someone who works in distribution at 20th Century Fox has a sly sense of humour, because Independence Day: Resurgence, the sequel to the cheesy 1996 blockbuster, opens in the UK on Thursday, June 23rd.

Whether coincidence or not, it is most apt, for June 23 is indeed our Independence Day. Throughout recent weeks, the Leave campaign have quite rightly put forward the various arguments for why leaving the EU will benefit us. But I am of the belief that one shouldn’t even have to justify something which is so fundamental to any country: sovereignty. That is all that matters to me. The most basic thing for a nation is to be sovereign; to be able to determine its own future without hindrance. My philosophy is: good or bad, sovereignty is paramount.

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The Highly Polished Jackboot of Freedom; Epilogue

Coloniescross, Going-Postal.Net

Colin Cross smiled wryly at the epithet emblazoned on the structure that sheltered him;

In words 6 inches high it read “This bus stop and seven others like it throughout this region were made possible by the 5 million Euro Rural Bus Waiting Area’s Fund”.

It had been 5 years since the referendum and Colin, approaching his 70th birthday, wondered at the changes already in evidence and those still to come.
 
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EU & EEU – C’est pire qu’un crime, c’est une faute!

EU & EEU – C’est pire qu’un crime, c’est une faute! (It’s worse than a crime, it’s a blunder!)
As the UK’s referendum on continued membership of the European Union draws closer debate continues apace on the complex matter of ‘remain’ or ‘leave’. Populist points have been raised about immigration, the common fisheries policy, TTIP, and the sacred right of sovereignty and national self determination, but there has been little close analysis of just why continued membership of the EU is or is not truly in the national interest of the UK.
One of the larger elephants absent from the debating chamber shall be briefly examined here: The EU’s ability to craft and conduct safe foreign policy on behalf of its Member States. The EU’s relations with the EEU makes for a specific case study.
The idea of a Eurasian Union had been originally proposed in 1994 by the Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev during a speech at Moscow State University. The EEU ( Eurasian Economic Union ) was formed in May 2014 by Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia. The EEU came into force on the 1st January 2015.  The EEU is a trading bloc that spans geographically from Kaliningrad to Vladivostok, currently skipping the Baltic nations of Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia. The EEU can be regarded as a reactionary response to the EU and ‘Greater Europe‘.
In 1990 Russia adopted the Paris Charter ( Charter of Paris for a New Europe ), along with most European governments, Canada and the US. The charter is founded on the Helsinki Accords and with Helsinki forms the basis for the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe ( OSCE ) Gorbachev was a strong advocate of the idea of a ‘common European home‘ and hoped that it would be built by both sides on an equal basis. The reality of the collapse of the Soviet Union, which created a serious institutional and geopolitical vacuum as well as socio-economic chaos in the ex-Soviet Space made equal partnership functionally impossible for Russia at that time.

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The Highly Polished Jackboot of Freedom (Part Four) Solving the Eastern Question.

 

Coloniescross, Going-Postal.Net
Yanis

Communiqué to all Committee members from Central Committee (Need to Know Only)

It has been some weeks since the makeup of both the Central and Western governing councils of Europia were announced, much of the intervening period has been taken up with long and often heated debate as to which politicians, business people and media professionals from what was Eastern Europe had the experience and the “understanding” to assist in driving forward the Europia project.

During these debates, often lasting deep into the night, we had cause to reflect on how much easier it would have been to form this regional council had the likes of Norman Wisdom, Nicolai Ceausescu and Ion Iliescu still been either alive, active in politics or both, given that the Eastern region, although now bolstered by its Turkish bulwark, lacks the stability of the Western and Central Regions. It was noted that Council members would need to be people of good standing in their own former countries and it was also acknowledged that finding such people, especially in the short to medium term, may well have been a challenge too great.

So the meetings and the searching questions continued;

Should the Eastern Europian Council be dominated by Greek and Turkish members and if so could we afford the hospital bills?

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The youth of today

A super state
I’ve been doing a very dangerous thing, I was thinking. Not just sitting on the bog thinking. Genuine deep thinking on a phrase I inexplicably threw out at some Feminazi, Corbynist, Remanian blue haired weirdo in the heat of a riled up conversation. She was on campus with a group of other like-minded man-haters beetling on about how all white heterosexual cisgender male is evil and should be killed. So I got talking to her and she got screaming at me and we stumbled upon the issue of the European Union. She inevitably called me a racist, so I simply said “racist to who”? “To Europeans” she said, clearly not noticing I was a European and also overlooking my Portuguese girlfriend who was with me. Now I never thought that I would need to explain to some one that Europe is a geographical area which the British Isles are in, so we are all European and that the main demographic is Caucasian (If the European Union have their way not for too long it would seem). Meaning that I was the kind of racist who hates his own race and that of his missus. Any way the Triggasarus Rex went on to talk about how inferior we were for slaving and such so the British are a subhuman race of “Proto Neo-Fascist Nazis”. No word of a lie that is word for word exactly what she said.

But I digress; my thinking was upon a sentence that just came out of me while talking to this 20 odd stone creature. I said “I don’t hate Europe I hate being governed”. While this may seem like a benign and outright obvious statement to you well-worn and life hardened chaps. I, however, am but a wee nipper. Only 19 years of age. But as the words I uttered bounced off the sweaty rolls of what I was arguing with and hit me I realized I finally had the answer to why I am a libertarian, to why I vote UKIP, to why I want to leave the EU. I just hate being governed.

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The Highly Polished Jackboot of Freedom (Part Three)

Coloniescross, Going-Postal.Net
The Prince of Darkness

Behold, there is a star in the East……………………

As anticipated deciding on the makeup of the regional Council of Eastern Europia has been fraught with challenges.

There have been many attempts to bribe the Central Committee; you will be pleased to know that all such attempts have been virulently rebuffed. All the accrued cash has been placed with the ECB for safe keeping until such time as a decision is made as to what the Central Committee wants to spend it on, you can be certain, citizens of Europe, that it will be spent for the good of all.

When the makeup of the committees was agreed in principle the aim was for them to reflect, as closely as possible, the political and social diversity of each region, evidenced so far by the broad range of members on the Central and Western committees.

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The Highly Polished Jackboot of Freedom (Part Two)

The highly polished jackboot of freedom Pt 2, Going Postal
The EUterus

Following the successful and highly productive visit of Barak O’Bama to the UK it is with great pleasure that the makeup of the council of Western Europia can be announced.

Barak, due to his Kenyan/Irish background and his availability for gainful employment from September 2016 will take up the post of Council member without portfolio for the Western region. It is expected that he will work extremely closely with Anthony Blair to continue to uphold the values of Peace and Freedom so beloved of the pair in their respective times in government.

Before announcing the other members it was felt that mention should be made of  some of those persons who have been nominated and/or considered for seats on the Western council but didn’t, for one reason or another, make the final 15.

Several nominations were received for Gordon Brown to have the Regional finance brief but it was considered that, given the fact that he had already saved the World from financial ruin and taking into account the amount of time he spends either deeply sedated or wearing a straightjacket, the job just wouldn’t be big enough for a political colossus of his standing.

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The Highly Polished Jackboot of Freedom (Part One)

Coloniescross, Going Postal

Highly Sensitive Document, not to be distributed outside the names mentioned below.

In anticipation of the result of the referendum to be held on the 23rd June 2016 in the United Kingdom and the expected resounding success of the Remain campaign, Angela Merkel, proposed new chair of the ruling council is pleased to announce that the next stages in the completion of the ongoing project that is the European Union are ready to be enacted.

As of the 1st of January 2017 the EU in its current form will no longer exist, for the time is now right to make the final transition to Super-statehood. For the Super-state to be a success there will need to be radical changes to the way we are all governed, but individual citizens should not be worried, everything that is being done is for the collective good.

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