Monday, February 29, 2016

Great Joke For A Sunday! Delayed From Yesterday Because Of KKK Rally Article

A couple were going on vacation to Florida, but the wife was on a business trip, so the wife went down first and his wife would meet him the next day.
When he reached his hotel, he decided to send his wife a quick email.
Unfortunately, when typing her address, he miss-typed a letter and his note was directed instead to an elderly preacher’s wife whose husband had passed away only the day before.
When the grieving widow checked her email, she took one look at the monitor, let out a piercing scream, and fell to the floor in a dead faint.
At the sound, her family rushed into the room and saw this note on the screen:
Dearest Wife,
Just got checked in.  Everything prepared for your arrival tomorrow.
P.S. Sure is hot down here.

Dan 88!


Sunday, February 28, 2016

Ku Klux Klan rally in Anaheim, Ca. erupts in violence; 3 are stabbed and 13 arrested

By James Queally
Los Angeles Times Feb. 27, 2016

KKK rally in Anaheim


Three people were stabbed and 13 others were arrested when a Ku Klux Klan rally in Anaheim erupted in violence Saturday, police said.



A small group of people representing the Klan had announced that it would hold a rally at Pearson Park at 1:30 p.m., police said. By 11 a.m., several dozen protesters had shown up to confront the Klan.

About an hour later, several men in black garb with Confederate flag patches arrived in an SUV near the edge of the park.

Fighting broke out moments after Klan members exited the vehicle. Some of the protesters could be seen kicking a man whose shirt read “Grand Dragon.” At some point, a protester collapsed on the ground bleeding, crying that he had been stabbed.

Ku Klux Klan rally


A Klansman in handcuffs could be heard telling a police officer that he “stabbed him in self-defense.” Several other people were also handcuffed.

Witnesses said the Klansmen used the point of a flagpole as a weapon while fighting with protesters.

Two other protesters were stabbed during the melee — one with a knife and the other with an unidentified weapon, said Sgt. Daron Wyatt of the Anaheim Police Department.

Brian Levin, director of Cal State San Bernardino's Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, said he was standing near the KKK members when several protesters attacked them with two-by-fours and other weapons.

Several of the Klan members jumped in the SUV and sped off, leaving three others to “fend for themselves,” Levin said.

Ku Klux Klan rally

Levin had been trying to interview the KKK ringleader, whom he identified as William Quigg, an Anaheim resident.

Quigg is the leader of the Loyal White Knights in California and other Western states, a sect of the hate group that aims to raise awareness about illegal immigration, terrorism and street crime, Levin said. They see themselves as a “Klan without robes” and model themselves after David Duke, the Louisiana-based former grand wizard of the Klan, Levin said.

Levin said he was standing next to Quigg when a crowd of protesters swarmed the Klan members. Levin said he pushed the Klan leader away as the violence continued and a protester was stabbed.

Levin said he asked Quigg, “How do you feel that a Jewish guy just saved your life?”

“Thank you,” the Klan leader replied, according to Levin.

A few minutes later, a crowd of about 100 people cheered when police handcuffed Quigg and one of his followers.

Ku Klux Klan rally

Many people at the park demanded to know why Anaheim police did not have a larger presence before the violence broke out.

Levin was also critical of the lack of a police presence. “There were no police officers here when this started happening,” he said.

“It was the longest few minutes between when the SUV was attacked and when the police responded in droves,” Levin said.

“I think the police response saved their lives,” he added, referring to Klan members. “They would have been torn limb from limb.”
The Klan rally — to decry, as one of them put it, “illegal immigration and Muslims” — was initially planned for 1:30 p.m., police said.
“I was expecting violence — but it's disgusting,” said Nick Keeton, 18, of Anaheim. “I feel like this is 1953 and we're in Kentucky.”
Martin Buenorostro said a friend, whom he would identify only by his nickname, “FuzzBuzz,” was wounded when one of the Klan members began using a flagpole as a weapon to fend off the crowd surrounding their vehicle.
“They started pulling out weapons,” Buenorostro said of the Klansmen. “One of them had the flag, the American flag, with the pointed top and I think that's what got my friend. It's a serious wound. It wasn't like the blood was dripping out. It gushed out of him.”
Six Klan members (five men and one woman) and seven protesters (six men and one woman) were arrested, Wyatt said.
The Klan members were arrested in connection with the stabbings, he said. The protesters were arrested on charges related to physical assaults on Klan members. The stab victims were in stable condition, Wyatt said.
All could face charges of assault with a deadly weapon, though Wyatt said “some people could have a self-defense claim.” He did not say if he was referring to the Klan members or the protesters.
The Ku Klux Klan's ugly, violent history in Anaheim
Klan Members in the 1950's
The Klan has a long and troubling history with the city. Klansmen were once the dominant political force in Anaheim, holding four of five City Council seats before a recall effort led to their ouster in 1924.
At the height of the group's power in Orange County, nearly 300 Klansmen lived in Anaheim, patrolling city streets in robes and masks. A large KKK rally once attracted 20,000 people to the city.
KKK activity nationwide has decreased dramatically in recent decades, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which estimated the group has between 5,000 and 8,000 members across the country.
Planned KKK rally today in Anaheim brings condemnation: 'It's really sad'
The group's activities have been sporadic in Southern California in recent years. Last summer, at least 100 residents of Whittier and Fullerton awoke to find packets containing KKK fliers, rife with racist rhetoric, and candy in their driveways. A Santa Ana neighborhood was also blanketed with KKK fliers on Martin Luther King Jr. Day last year, police said.
An eight-foot cross was burned outside the home of a black man in Anaheim Hills in 2003, and the FBI investigated the case as a hate crime, but police did not specifically link that case to the KKK.
Anaheim, home to Disneyland and Orange County's largest city, is now more than 52% Latino and about 28% white, according to the 2010 U.S. Census.

Comment:
Now this did a lot of good - NOT!

Exactly what did these goof balls accomplish?  They pissed off a lot of people and got their heads cracked open.  Yeah, they really did a lot of good - for the other side!

Now is this kind of group that normal Americans who believe in the Aryan race would want to associate themselves with?  No way.  These are the type of people they avoid like the plague.  No one but other knuckleheads would want to be a part of this crew.  Or should I say krew? LOL


At least they ditched the Halloween costumes, but they still had to parade around in quasi-military uniforms.  Again, not good for attracting normal folks.  The average American doesn't like uniforms.

It is true that for awhile, the ANP had uniforms for our Security Arm (SA), but that was different.  The SA is our security force.  Security should wear some kind of uniform, but the general membership and official supporters have not worn uniforms for about 35 years.

If you want to attract mainstream people as members, you have to look mainstream yourself.  Parade around in costumes and military-style uniforms like a bunch of kooks, and all you will attract are other kooks.

I can't help but wonder if this was all staged to make the entire movement look bad.  No, I guess not this time.  People really were hurt.  Not too many people would be willing to take a knife in the stomach regardless of how much they are paid.


One thing more.  Our opponents have often called NS/WN cowards.  Even though they made fools of themselves, it takes a lot of guts to put yourself out there in harm's way.  I also noticed that some of the opposition were wearing masks.  If you're wearing a mask, you have absolutely no right to call anyone a coward.  If you do, at least have the courage to show your face.  People who call others cowards from behind a mask are like the pot calling the kettle black.  No racial pun intended.

Dan 88!

Saturday, February 27, 2016

Criminal convictions for EU migrants leap by 40% in five years


British courts are handing out more than 700 convictions involving European Union migrants every week in the UK – a rise of nearly 40 per cent in five years.

In a fresh blow for EU backers, figures show that Europeans have been found guilty of 146,100 crimes – including murder and rape – since 2012.

Poles and Romanians are the worst offenders, fueling fears over the impact of EU expansion.

British courts are handing out more than 700 convictions involving European Union migrants every week in the UK – a rise of nearly 40 per cent in five years (stock photograph)

But the statistics show that only 19,227 foreign crooks have been deported in the past four years – many of whom will have originally come from outside Europe.

Critics seized on the figures as evidence that the bloc's freedom of movement rules are routinely being abused.

Under an EU information-sharing system, British police forces notify counterparts in other member states if one of its citizens is convicted of a crime here.

The figures were released by the National Police Chiefs' Council under the Freedom of Information Act, which has exposed numerous public sector scandals but is now under threat from the Government.

They showed that last year 37,079 notifications were made. This is equivalent to 713 a week – or 101 convictions every day.

It compared to 27,056 notifications in 2010 – meaning there has been a 37 per cent increase for EU citizens in the UK.

A notification also includes an appeal or a breach of a court order, said criminal records office ACRO.

Experts suggest that the figures are evidence that the surge of migration sparked by Britain throwing open its doors to citizens from the former Soviet bloc has led to a rise in the number of crimes.

In 2015, 10,300 Poles were convicted of crimes and 6,249 Romanians. They were followed by citizens from Ireland (5,164), Lithuania (4,557) and Latvia (2,330).

Jack Montgomery, spokesman for Eurosceptic group Leave EU, who uncovered the figures, said: 'Remain campaigners like to claim that the EU is a huge boon to security and public safety. Free movement is enabling tens of thousands of crimes to be committed every year. This is a dreadful trade-off, however you measure it, and the situation is clearly worsening.

MP David Davis (pictured) said the figures demonstrate that 'freedom of movement means we can't keep out people who we would wish to keep out in the public interest'
MP David Davis (pictured) said the figures demonstrate that 'freedom of movement means we can't keep out people who we would wish to keep out in the public interest'
'The public are being endangered and the law-abiding majority of immigrants are being given a bad name, which worsens tensions.'

David Green, director of think-tank Civitas, added: 'When we consider if immigration is a bad thing or a good thing we have got to remember that a lot of people who arrive here are criminals.'

And Conservative MP David Davis said: 'This is just a demonstration that freedom of movement means we can't keep out people who we would wish to keep out in the public interest, or expel people we would wish to keep out.'

There were no details regarding offences or sentences. But figures will include a convicted Pakistani rapist who changed his name and used false documents to enter the UK and rape two more women he met online. Rafal Bargiel, 40, was jailed for life last December.

EU citizens sentenced to jail will be eligible for deportation but officials must check if they are a threat to public security, public policy or public health.

In 2014, the last calendar year for which figures are available, 1.2 million offenders were convicted in Britain's courts. There are about 3 million EU citizens among Britain's 63.7 million population. This was a 34 per cent rise on 2010. A Britain Stronger In Europe spokesman said: 'Our membership of the EU keeps us safer from terrorism and cross-border crime.

'Those advocating an end to free movement would also end our membership of the single market – hitting British businesses hard and increasing prices in the shops.

'Leavers know they can't win the argument on the economy so they're reduced to scaremongering once again.'

Comment:

Immigrants bring a rise in the crime rate?  The hell you say!

Even if only one out of ten immigrants is a criminal, that's one too many.

Many of these immigrant criminals weren't even criminals in their native lands.  They come to our more prosperous countries, they see how well we live (compared to them) and they figure the only way they're going to get a piece of the pie is to steal it.

I'm sure everyone of you reading this will agree with me:  Poverty is not an excuse for stealing.

Now I'm not talking about some poor slob who steals a loaf of bread to feed his starving children.  I'm talking about those who steal to get luxury items and extras like smartphones, TVs, and drugs of course.  No one has a right to a smartphone.  If you can't afford one then you don't get one.  End of story.

Besides, to most of these people we are nothing but "infidels", and according to their viewpoint, it's okay to steal from infidels because we reject the true faith (Islam).

Freedom of movement may mean a better life for those from Third World Countries, but what about the rest of us?  Must we endure high crime rates so others can have a better life? As MP Davis said, it's a poor trade-off.

Dan 88!

Friday, February 26, 2016

'DREAM loan’ funds college for unauthorized immigrants

By Tatiana Sanchez | 9:54 a.m. Feb. 13, 2016

Officials at California’s four-year public universities are reaching out to an estimated 10,000 undergraduate students who might qualify for a special loan aimed at reducing their tuition — a program that further distinguishes the state as a national trendsetter in providing services to unauthorized immigrants.

The California DREAM low-interest loans are designated for unauthorized immigrant students enrolled at University of California or California State University campuses. The program was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown in 2014, but funding didn’t become available until now.

It’s the latest in a series of measures that the Democratic-controlled Legislature and Brown have approved in their push to help unauthorized immigrants integrate into mainstream society.

They have ushered through legislation that enables this population of Californians to obtain driver licenses, eliminates the word “alien” when describing unauthorized immigrants in the state labor code and expands access to health care for children of such parents.

Critics said these actions only spur more illegal immigration, hurt law-abiding taxpayers and reward individuals who should not be granted any privileges because they have violated this country’s rules.

The California DREAM loan program’s initial $7 million allotment — $5 million for the UC and $2 million for CSU — will be distributed to eligible applicants in the following weeks. The state provided half of the sum and the two university systems covered the other half. The loans are for the 2015-16 academic year, and they’re retroactive to last fall.

The UC system will divide the $5 million among its nine undergraduate campuses, with the amount for each school based on the number of qualified students there, UC spokeswoman Claire Doan said.

She estimates that UC San Diego has about 200 unauthorized immigrant students.

The Cal State system will take a similar approach with its campuses, which include San Diego State University and Cal State San Marcos. About 250 students at Cal State San Marcos are eligible for the loan, according to a spokeswoman for the school.

Each qualified student can borrow up to $4,000 for this academic year at an interest rate of 4.29 percent. Once they graduate, borrowers must begin repaying their loan after a six-month grace period.

Future funding is contingent on money being available from the state budget, according to school administrators.

Supporters of the loan program said it could erase significant financial barriers for unauthorized immigrant students, who cannot receive federal grants or federally subsidized loans.

“It helps alleviate the burden for undocumented students, many of whom are often forced to take quarters/semesters off or take on outside jobs to offset the cost of tuition,” Doan said.

State Sen. Ricardo Lara, creator of the California DREAM loan program through Senate Bill 1210, said: “I’m very proud of the fact that California has always led when it comes to providing much-needed resources for our undocumented student population — understanding that they are here, that this is their home and that many of them were brought here not out of their own volition.”

Lara, D-Bell Gardens, has helped advance immigration-related legislation for several years, including passage of Assembly Bill 540. That law allows non-resident college students who meet specific requirements, including unauthorized immigrants, to pay in-state tuition and fees instead of the far-higher expenses for out-of-state students.

Students who fall within the parameters of AB 540 are eligible for the California DREAM loan program.

Opponents of the program said it wrongfully rewards people who shouldn’t be in the United States in the first place.

Ira Mehlman, spokesman for the Federation for American Immigration Reform in Washington, D.C., said the program’s funding should instead be used to help law-abiding families in financial need.

“There are a lot of people in California who are struggling. Their kids want a good education. Even with the availability of federal loans, it doesn’t come close to meeting the needs of these many families,” he said.

Robin Hvidston, executive director of the Claremont-based group We the People Rising, said public money is being abused.

“These taxpayer-funded loans should be available to veterans who have served this nation. Why not aim this program to specifically help American foster care children? This is discrimination against U.S. citizens who are not able to partake in the program,” Hvidston said.

At least 18 states have policies that permit unauthorized immigrant students to pay in-state tuition rates, according to an October report by the National Conference of State Legislatures. Sixteen of those states, including California, have done so through legislation.

In addition, California is one of five states that allow such students to receive state grants for higher education, the legislatures group said.

It’s unclear whether any other state besides California has a higher-education loan program for unauthorized immigrants.

Zenén Jaimes Pérez, policy analyst for United We Dream, the country’s largest immigrant youth-led organization, said California has set a national precedent in establishing rights for unauthorized immigrants.

“When I travel to other states, a lot of folks are wondering, ‘How do we get to where California is?’” he said.

The movement supporting “DREAMers,” as youths living in the U.S. illegally are often called, took off more than a decade ago and has grown to become a focal point of the immigration debate.

They’re currently part of the spotlight on a case involving the U.S. Supreme Court, which is preparing to review an injunction blocking President Barack Obama’s executive order on immigration. That measure would provide a temporary waiver from deportation for up to 5 million unauthorized immigrants and expand a program that granted various rights to “DREAMers.”


Comment:

Let's look at this from a different perspective this time.  How about we look at this from a business point of view.  Remember, business in and of itself is not a dirty word.  It's just business that exploits the customers and employees that National Socialism objects to.

Say a student loan provider like Sallie Mae gives a loan to an illegal.  He borrows a lot as many students foolishly do.  After he graduates, he can't find a decent job.  A few months later he starts getting pressured by Sallie Mae to start paying back the loan.  His payment is up to $500 a month (Mine was $250 - 20 years ago).  He can't pay.  He starts to feel the pressure.  

At some point he says, "Screw This!"  

He goes back to Mexico (or wherever he came from).  The government, in this case the state of California guaranteed the loan.  Sallie Mae gets paid.  But what about the government?  As the borrower is now out of the country, they have no way to collect on the debt.  The state, and California taxpayers are out all that money.

Now let's say for a moment these loans were NOT guaranteed by the government. From the bank's perspective, does this sound like a good investment for them?  

With no way to collect on the debt if the borrower skips the country, or moves within this country and uses a different name, what do they do?  When you're an illegal, what's in a name?  Again, how do they find this illegal to collect?

This is not only a bad investment, it's a stupid one.

Dan 88!

Thursday, February 25, 2016

British Parliament Faces a "Mutiny" Over The Migrant Crisis

10:00PM GMT 14 Feb 2016

Candidate for British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks to the press at a press conference in London, Britain, 07 August 2015.Jeremy Corbyn is facing a "mutiny" from Labour MPs and trade unions over claims that he believes David Cameron's migrant benefit curbs are "discriminatory".
The Labour leader is reportedly set to attack David Cameron's proposed 'emergency brake' on EU migrants' benefits.
Senior party sources told The Observer newspaper that Mr Corbyn is poised to make a "positive case" for immigration.
However, Labour MPs yesterday warned that doing so will damage the campaign for Britain to stay in the European Union and endanger the party's prospects at the May local elections.
A senior Labour backbencher told The Daily Telegraph: "Any attempt by Jeremy to oppose parts of the deal which are actually popular with voters outside Islington will lead to mutiny with MPs and trade unions."
Labour yesterday downplayed the reports, saying that he will instead say that Mr Cameron has been "playing at the edges" during the renegotiation.
It came as Sir Paul Kenny, the outgoing general secretary of the GMB union, warned that Mr Corbyn will have quit as Labour leader by the 2020 general election as he is failing to provide a "credible alternative" to the Conservatives.
The union leader criticised Mr Corbyn's senior team for having demonstrated "naiveness" and warned them to stop treating the job like a "wine bar discussion".
This weekend five major Labour figures, who opposed signing up to European Economic Community in 1975, have written an open letter in which they claim their Euroscepticism had "proved unfounded".

Lord Kinnock, Lord Blunkett, Jack Straw, Margaret Beckett and Hilary Benn have issued a joint statement in which they say Britain is "stronger, safer and better off" in the EU.
Lord Blunkett told Sky News there would be a "catastrophe" for Britain's borders if Britain was to vote to leave the EU and the county would have "no means of preventing people flooding across Europe and into the British Isles."
John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, has also suggested Britain and other European countries should have no border controls and predicted there will be total free movement across the world one day.

Ian Austin, the Labour MP for Dudley, said: "There's no point pretending immigration hasn't had different effects in different parts of the country or that it's not something many people are concerned about.
"Instead we have to come up with fair and reasonable answers to protect wages, prevent migrant workers bring exploited, help British people get skills and jobs, ensure people work and pay taxes before claiming benefits and relieve the pressures immigration causes on housing, schools and the NHS in some communities."

The Prime Minister's key demands for EU reform:
Iconic changes
Getting an opt-out for Britain from the EU’s founding principle of “ever closer union”. This is intended to ensure the UK is never forced to join a new European superstate.

The euro
Explicitly writing into the European treaties that the EU is a multi-currency union, deleting references to the euro as the EU’s official currency.

Practical changes
Repatriating powers from Brussels to Britain, giving Parliament more autonomy and scaling back the influence of EU law on domestic affairs. Detailed work is already under way on this and European officials are understood to be considering calls for a so-called “red card” system to allow parliaments to block new EU directives.

Major structural reforms
To prevent the Eurozone countries forcing new rules on the nine other member states including Britain that are not in the single currency. Work has begun in Paris and Germany on drafting new arrangements that would guarantee protections for the City of London.

Comment:
A European super-state is EXACTLY what the New World Order had in mind from the get go of the EU. Britain is NOT buying into it.

From Britain's point of view, the EU was for economic purposes, and not creating a single government for the entire continent.

But that's how the NWO has it planned.  First, each continent would be governed by one body.  After that, the entire world would be welded into one single government entity where anyone could migrate wherever they want without restrictions.

That means the end of the world as we know it.

Britain isn't going along with it.  They want to prevent being absorbed into such a superstate.  That's why they have issued a list of demands to the EU to prevent this from happening.  If the EU doesn't accept their demands, we almost certainly will be looking at what is now being called a "Brexit" - British exit from the EU.

I hope the EU won't give in.  If the UK does leave the EU it will almost certainly crumble.  And although the German government - that traitor Merkel in particluar - support the EU, the percentage of the German people also want a "Gerxit" are growing.  If the UK does leave, and survives, that will encourage the German people to also want to leave.  That means Merkel will be history after the next election.  With Germany and the UK out of the EU it will crumble almost immediately.

Let's keep our fingers crossed and hope the EU ISN'T going to be reasonable over this.

Dan 88!

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Fury as Angela Merkel's 'attack dog' threatens UK with trade war



A diplomatic row erupted between Britain and Germany last night after a senior ally of Angela Merkel was accused of threatening a trade war if Britain quits the EU.

Prominent German MP Gunther Krichbaum said the UK ‘cannot survive’ on its own and raised the spectre of crippling trade tariffs on British exports should we vote to leave the union. 

Mr Krichbaum’s warning came in a clash with senior Tory MP Sir Bill Cash, who accused the German politician of ‘threatening’ Britain.

Sir Bill said Britain had fought Germany in two world wars to keep its freedoms and was not going to surrender them to a German-run Brussels now.

Mr Krichbaum last night rejected Sir Bill’s claims. However he has previously attacked David Cameron and the ‘in-out’ referendum. 

In January 2013, he accused Mr Cameron of trying to ‘blackmail’ the EU; in May 2014 he mocked the ‘flip-flopping’ PM and derided his attempt to exempt Britain from the EU’s pledge for ‘ever closer union’ as a ‘desperate attempt to appease Ukip’; and in November 2014, he said Mr Cameron would get a ‘bloody nose’ if he curbed immigration without permission from Brussels.

But the timing of his latest comments, so close to the referendum, is bound to be seen as provocative.

Mr Krichbaum and Sir Bill had a sharp but courteous disagreement during a meeting in The Hague on Monday, but the gloves came off when they argued face-to-face afterwards. Mr Krichbaum, seen by some as Mrs Merkel’s anti-Cameron ‘attack dog’, claimed Britain’s economy would be devastated as a result of lost EU trade deals, saying: ‘You won’t be able to survive, trading conditions will not be in your favour.’

Sir Bill retorted: ‘Yes we can. We’ve been doing it for generations. We have a multi-billion-pound trading deficit with the EU: you run a multi-billion surplus. You need to sell us your cars and trucks. What do you take us for? Do you think we are incapable of running our own affairs?’

It was at this point that lawyer Mr Krichbaum, 51, a member of Mrs Merkel’s ruling Christian Democrat party retorted: ‘There is the question of tariffs.’

Indignant, Sir Bill replied: ‘You’re not threatening me, are you?’

The Conservative MP told his German adversary: ‘There is history between our two countries. We have had to battle for our freedom over the last century. We should not and will not be governed by EU majority voting dominated by Germany.’

The row had started earlier at a formal meeting when Sir Bill declared: ‘Our people no longer trust the democratic structures of the EU. We are not going to be in the second tier of a two tier Europe effectively run by Germany.’

But he was slapped down by Mr Krichbaum, heard of the Bundestag’s EU affairs committee, who defended ‘EU solidarity’ and maintained all 28 nations worked together.

A defiant Sir Bill told The Mail on Sunday: ‘Mr Krichbaum’s reference to trade tariffs was a clear threat. It is basically Germany telling the British to get lost; it’s in their DNA to want to be on top.’

Sir Bill described their exchange as a ‘serious disagreement’ but denied it was a shouting match.
Mr Krichbaum last night denied he had ‘threatened’ Britain and accused Sir Bill of ‘lying.’

He said: ‘I did not make any threats – that is a lie. Bill Cash has his own agenda because he wants to leave the EU. I said that if Britain leaves the EU it will no longer have access to the single market and that will add costs to British industry and make exports less competitive. That is why much of British industry wants to stay in the EU.’

Mr Krichbaum said it was ‘not fair’ for Britain to blame Brussels for its problems and said he hoped Britain would stay in the EU – and he was convinced Mr Cameron felt the same, insisting the PM called the referendum ‘to calm down people in his party like Mr Cash’. 

Mr Krichbaum’s warning came days after fellow German Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, said many Euro-MPs now wanted Britain out of the EU as Britain was ‘testing their patience’ with its ‘continuous demands’.

Mr Cameron met Mrs Merkel in Hamburg on Friday in his latest bid to secure more concessions on a new EU deal for Britain.

The final agreement will be hammered out at a summit on Thursday and Friday, and put to the UK Cabinet by next weekend. At least five Cabinet Ministers are expected to campaign against the Prime Minister and join the ‘Out’ campaign for the referendum, expected on June 23. 

Sir Bill stated,  ‘Appeasement means to placate. By accepting the EU as it is now, we are placating them. And we know who runs the show.’ [He means Germany] ‘As Churchill said, we should be associated with Europe but not be absorbed by it.People like my dad died to defend our freedom  and I'll am damned if I am going to see it dumped in favour of the EU.’

Comment:

What the American news media doesn't often mention is the the United Kingdom has be seriously considering leaving the European Union.  The majority of the British favor leaving.

Part of this is due to the current refugee crisis.  While most other European countries are being flooded with migrants, it hasn't gotten that bad in the UK because the English Channel separates them from the Continent.  The EU wants them to take in more migrants.  The UK is refusing.  They say they have taken in enough.

Germany says that the UK cannot survive without Germany as a trading partner.  I disagree, as does Sir Bill, and many other British MPs (Member of Parliament).  The UK has weathered some tough times before and although Germany could make things rocky for them, they'll survive.

When, not if, the EU dissolves, it will be another step to reclaiming our fatherlands and stopping the invaders.  That's why the American media reports very little on these matters. The government doesn't want Europe giving the American people any "ideas" about fighting the New World Order.  Thanks to the internet, the word is spreading.

Dan 88!