Tuesday, 22 December 2009


It is no state secret that I am bitterly opposed to the totalitarian regime of the European Union; my main reason for the interest in UKIP, I believe we, as a nation, should be able to make our own laws, govern ourselves and be the ones to choose our own future instead of having it dictated to us.
Membership of The EU divides opinion across the UK but approx 40% of us would like to see a total withdrawal from this federal state. There are those that argue for it being a financial gain to us when, in actual fact, it is not; we import approx £230billion of trade each year but export only £178billion. Regardless of our membership status this amount of trade could not be ignored by the EU and, as none members, we would still be able to trade under the terms of the World Trade Organisations rules.
We, because of EU directives, are becoming a nanny state, how many of us are sick and tired of hearing terms such as Health and Safety, Risk Assessment, Political Correctness and, importantly, Human Rights violations. The rules and regulations being imposed upon us by this corrupt, unelected, faceless bureaucracy are turning us into a Big brother Police State where we are scared to say or do anything for fear of breaching some directive or another.
Control of our Armed Forces, our Fishing Right and our Farming produce are now in the hands of Brussels, how many Farmers and Fishermen are on the brink of or have already gone bankrupt because of their directives and it is now up to 26 argumentative heads of Governments what we can or cannot do with our Forces.
Properly Governed and freed from the chains that bind us we could, once again, stand tall and face the World, we could thrive and prosper as a Free Nation and not be part of the dictatorship we have so many times in the past fought to free others from.
I am now, and forever will be anti-EU.


Anonymous said...


The fake Welsh Plaid Cymru party has been shaken by the defection of its only Muslim Welsh Assembly member to the Tories — because Plaid refused permission to give his daughter a job at the taxpayer’s expense.

The Tories have no such compunction or morals about such blatant nepotism and gladly welcomed Pakistani-born Mohammad Asghar into their party, further confirming their commitment to the Islamification of Britain.

Mr Asghar has a chequered political past. Previously he was a member of the Conservative Party before switching to the Labour Party. He then joined Plaid.

When Mr Ashgar joined Plaid, that party was ecstatic. The previous leader of Plaid Cymru, Dafydd Thomas, famously remarked in March 2006 that he was “ashamed to see a sea of white faces” in the Welsh Assembly.

However, it seems that Mr Ashgar has decided after all that he is not really a Welsh nationalist (funny, we could have told him that at the beginning) and now sits behind Welsh Conservative Party group leader Tory Nick Bourne.

His daughter, Natasha, who was a candidate for Plaid in the European elections last June, has also defected to the Tories.

Anonymous said...

How many political Partys have you been in up to date Mr Oddy you seem to change like the seasons.

Anonymous said...

The liberal lie that “immigration is good for the NHS” has been exposed once again with the news that the health service is on the point of collapse as one new immigrant patient registers for its services every minute — and you pay for it.

According to a report compiled by independent think tank Migrationwatch, immigrants are registering with a GP for free healthcare at a rate of more than one every minute.

The report showed that 605,000 people who arrived from overseas registered with a doctor in England and Wales last year. This was an increase of over 50 percent in just seven years.

In its report, Migrationwatch said that this places a “significant strain” on services and could force patients to wait longer for appointments and treatment.

In addition, the invasion is further exacerbating the already critical shortage of funds in many NHS trusts — one more example of the taxpaying British people being put last.

Councillor John Oddy said...

Anon 14.06,
Only one, the BNP who, as you know, I resigned from. My politics do not alter, regardless of political parties; I align myself to any party that is anti-EU