Goodnight Vienna, CallingEngland, posts on comments made by a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Policy Studies, Piotr Maciej Kaczyński; and in so doing makes the point that we are no longer citizens of the EU, we are the property of the EU.
Likewise, we are no longer citizens of the United Kingdom, we are the property of the United Kingdom. That as a nation we are subject to the ever increasing march towards totalitarianism cannot now be beyond doubt. We may think we are free, but we are not and the noose tightens daily. This brings to mind a question posed by Ian Parker-Joseph in February last year - and one which, to my belief, he has never had a satisfactory response.
"If you don’t believe that Britain is governed totally by political rules, regulations, orders and diktats, please name me 6 everyday activities, yes, just six, that you undertake that does not require a. permission, b. licence, c. regulated action, d. regulated packaging, materials, ingredients, tools etc; i.e. 6 activities that never touch the state or a regulator."
Of course all societies need rules by which they live, the difference between a truly democratic society and a totalitarian society being that in the former the people set those rules, whereas in the latter they are foisted on them by a political cabal.
Off now to pay this month's instalment of my Council Tax - one which includes the imposition of yet another penalty.......