Speech to the UKIP Conference October 2006
There's been a lot of stuff in the papers about Blair
resigning. The big question we should be asking is not: `When will Blair bugger
off and join Bush's Carlyle group as a director on 10 zillion dollars a year'
but: `When will the sneaky, lying, mean-faced little toe rag be
Blair is a traitorous, deceitful little piece of scum. And a
war criminal. Blair has done more lasting damage to our country and our freedom
than any one else in history. Ever. Blair - and just about every other senior
British politician for three decades - has betrayed us. Ted Heath was just the
first in a long line of politicians who betrayed their country. I saw a letter
yesterday from someone from the Government's Department for Constitutional
Affairs. He said: `When Britain signed the Treaty of Rome and passed the
European Commmunities Act 1972 the superiority of European Law was accepted and
Parliament was no longer sovereign.' Not quite what Heath told us when he talked
off-handedly about a `trading partnership'. What a tragedy it was that Heath
died before he could be hung as a traitor to his country. Thanks to Heath, Blair
and co we now live in a fascist country where the state is all and where
everyone is guilty of something. Everything has happened very quietly and very
quickly and tho' people complain about the little things - the spies in the
dustbins - they still don't see the big picture.
Our government is fond
of telling us that the states we're at war with are fascist. But we're the ones
with a fascist government, living in a fascist country. And I'll prove it to
Fascism was invented by Benito Mussolini. Here is
how he defined it: `fascism reasserts the rights of the state as expressing the
real essence of the individual.' Mussolini's philosophy was based on restricting
individual freedom. Fascism reduces our freedom and privacy because only the
state really matters and the state (and those who work for it and control it)
come first and the people come second. The state's employees exist to defend the
state (rather than to care for the people) and their loyalties are to the state.
That's the fundamental difference between a fascist state and any sort of
democracy. In a democracy the Government looks after the people. In a fascist
country the Government looks after the state and itself. Fascists have no
respect for individuals or individualism. The state is all. And the
functionaries of the state make all the decisions.
How else would you
describe the politics of Blair, Brown, Blunkett and Brussels but as pure
Mussolini inspired fascism?
Here's the evidence showing that we live in
a fascist country.
We are going to be saddled with the EU constitution
no one wants. EU politicians are bringing the constitution back. They've decided
that the people who voted against it were wrong or stupid or not entitled to
have an opinion. This, remember, is the EU which costs British taxpayers £200 a
second more than we get out of it. And it's the EU which is so corrupt and full
of fraud that auditors haven't approved its accounts for the last 11 years.
Bizarrely, the EU has been moaning about corruption in Bulgaria. The EU worried
about corruption! The words `pot', `black' and `kettle' spring to mind. When I
think EU I think Enron. And then I think, No, that's not fair. There were
probably lots of honest people working at Enron. It's the EU which is the most
fascist organisation in the history of the world. The EU is, of course, Hitler's
dream come true since it was Herr Hitler who had the idea of a federal `United
States of Europe'. If Hitler was alive today he wouldn't be skulking in South
America. He'd be living in Brussels with a massive salary and a generous housing
allowance. He'd probably be Life President. In my book The Truth They Won't
Tell You And Don't Want You To Know About The EU I offered to send a case of
good champagne to the first person who could define a noticeable difference
between the design of Hitler's planned EU and the structure of the EU we've got.
There have, of course, been no takers since there is no difference.
the EU which is being run by people like Peter Mandelson. I wouldn't hire
Mandleson to fill in a mortgage application form and he's helping to run the new
It is, of course, thanks to the EU that our
cultural identity is being changed. Anyone who protests about mass immigration
from EU countries is dismissed as a racist. That is a fascist lie. There is a
huge difference between the sort of immigration we have today and the
old-fashioned sort. Today most of the people pouring into Britain have no
interest in our culture, history or lifestyle. Many gouge as much cash as they
can out of the country, send it back to wherever they really consider to be home
and then go back to join it later. Poland is now so short of workers that
they're having to import Russians to do the jobs that would be done by the Poles
if there were any left there. The French don't allow free immigration into their
country. They never accept EU laws which they think might be bad for France.
Here's some nice Blair quotes about the EU for you:
1. `The European
Economic Community takes away Britain's freedom to follow the sort of economic
policies we need.'
Tony Blair, personal manifesto 1982
We'll negotiate a withdrawal from the EEC which has drained our natural
resources and destroyed jobs.'
Tony Blair, standing for parliament in
3. `On the day we remember the legend that St George slayed a
dragon to protect England, some would argue that there is another dragon to be
Tony Blair on St Georges Day 1997, speaking to 'The
4. `I am a passionate European. I always have been.'
Blair, speaking to the EU in 2005
Despite Blair's confusion his
Government has brought in endless unwanted European laws - including
metrication. I've decided to sell copies of my books by the pound. My book
The Truth They Won't Tell You About The EU now costs £15 a pound.
England Our England costs £26 a pound. Moronic little trading standards
officers who want to arrest me for using imperial measures should make an
orderly queue at the front door.
England is not recognised by the EU.
Look up England in the latest electronic version of the Encyclopaedia Britannica
and this is what you'll find: `Despite the political, economic and cultural
legacy that has perpetuated its name, England no longer officially exists as a
The EU is planning to break England into nine regions. Voters
in the North East of England were given the chance to vote for Prescott's
Regional Parliament. They wisely rejected it. But as I've been warning in my
books for an eternity, all nine new regions of England have had secret
Parliaments for ages. The vote was undemocratic nonsense. More fascism in
As an Englishman I am now a member of an endangered ethnic group
which the EU, aided and abetted by the Government, is attempting to destroy.
It's a silent holocaust. The denial of England and Englishness is turning the
English into stateless persons. This is ethnic cleansing. It's genocide without
the blood letting. The introduction of ID cards also shows that we're living in
a fascist country. Thanks to the EU, we are going to be forced to buy identity
(ID) cards we don't want. Politicians have stopped referring to identity cards.
They now prefer to describe them as `entitlement cards'. What this means is that
you will be entitled to stay out of prison if you've got one. Here's some true
stuff you might not know: You'll have to attend an appointment to be
photographed and fingerprinted and have your iris scanned or you will be fined
up to £2,500. (Incidentally, I'm a doctor and I'm not convinced that iris scans
won't endanger your sight. As far as I know no one has bothered to do any
clinical trials to find out whether or not iris scans are dangerous. We'll
probably find out in ten or twenty years time.) You'll pay up to £100 to get
your compulsory card. That's £400 for a family of four. And another £400 every
time you move house, change jobs, find you've got another disease or buy a new
car. You must tell the police if you lose your card or if it becomes defective.
Or spend 51 weeks in prison. You must promptly inform the National Register of
any change of address or any other change to your personal life. You will have
to give all your previous addresses and all your current addresses - wherever
they are. When burglars get hold of the register they'll be able to check where
you are and where you aren't. You must carry your ID card at all times. There is
something very fascist about being expected to carry identification with you at
all times. To begin with the punishment for not carrying your card will be an
arrest, a criminal record and a fine. But the evidence (from Nazi Germany and
the Soviet Union) shows that the punishments will become increasingly severe.
Easy pickings for a Government which is obsessed with gouging money out of
already stretched taxpayers. Here's what they're going to put on your ID card:
your home address, addresses of any second homes and other previous homes, date
and place of birth, physical characteristics, fingerprints, nationality, medical
details, financial details - what bank accounts you've got and how much there is
in them - criminal record, car details, phone numbers and anything else they
think might be useful. Cus, what do you think they've said they're going to do
with all this? They're going to sell it to anyone who wants to buy it. You will
be bombarded with phone calls from salesmen who know your shoe size, bra size
and how much you earn.
ID cards are being sold to us on the grounds that
they will keep terrorists out of the country and make our country safer. This is
what is politely known as a barefaced lie. Something of a Blair speciality.
Spain had ID cards before the Madrid bombings, and the alleged September 11th
hijackers all showed security guards their identity cards. Even if terrorists
can't get hold of legal identity cards they will make their own. The only way ID
cards will help prevent terrorism will be if terrorists get ID cards with the
word `terrorist' embossed on them. If thieves manage to steal your fingerprints
or iris scan you will lose these very personal bits of biometric data for ever.
You can't change your iris scan every time it gets nicked. Fraudsters will, of
course, be able to fake iris scans and fingerprints.
politicians want ID cards because when you accept an ID card you lose power,
independence and freedom and you give all those things to the people who have
issued the card. ID cards will contain a chip which will tell them where you are
every minute of every day of your life. The Government (and anyone to whom they
sell the information) will always know exactly where you are.
nice quote for you:
`Instead of wasting hundreds of millions of pounds on
compulsory ID cards...let that money provide thousands more police
Tony Blair, speaking in 1995, before he met George W.Bush and
bought a house worth several million pounds.
It isn't difficult to find specific examples of the
fascist state in action:
There was the woman who read out the names of
British soldiers who had died in Iraq was arrested. There was the heckler who
dared shout out 'Nonsense' during a speech by the hideous Jack Straw at last
year's Labour Party Conference was manhandled and forcibly ejected from the
building by two stewards. He had his security pass confiscated. The 82-year-old
was detained under the Terrorism Act when he tried to re-enter the hall. He was
a refugee from Nazi Germany, so attending the Labour Party Conference must have
made him feel nostalgic. There was the woman who wore a T-shirt carrying the
words `Bollocks to Blair'- she was taken away by police. There was the woman who
said on the radio that she didn't believe homosexuals should be allowed to adopt
children. She was contacted by the police who told her that she had been
responsible for a homophobic incident - a priority crime. I wonder if the police
had read the Human Rights Act. Article 9: `you are free to hold a broad range of
views, beliefs and thoughts.'
When the Chinese leader last visited
Britain, people concerned about China's record on human rights wanted to protest
peacefully. They were dragged away by police to avoid embarrassing the Chinese
leader. This was, incidentally, yet another official breach of Human Rights Act.
Article 10 says `You have the right to hold opinions and express your views on
your own or in a group. This applies even if they are unpopular or disturbing.'
Six students at Lancaster University were prosecuted for heckling at a
conference held at the University and attended by an arms dealer, an oil company
and a drug company. They were accused of interrupting a speech by Lord
Sainsbury. Personally, I think that the ones who didn't interrupt the speech by
Sainsbury are the ones who should have been arrested. Here's another example of
fascism in action. There was the pensioner who, during the European elections,
put up a poster on which he wrote: `Free speech for England. Don't forget the
1945 war.' He was arrested and charged with racially aggravated criminal damage.
Human Rights Act. Nine and ten. Local communities spend years fighting planning
applications for things they don't want. When they win, the Deputy Prime
Minister overrules the democratic process because he doesn't like the result.
That's pure fascism in action. A group of excited schoolchildren, visiting
London for the day to take photographs in aid of charity, were marched away when
they tried to take photographs of Trafalgar Square. Nelson's dead - and spinning
- but the police presumably thought that photos might endanger his life.
I could give you hundreds more examples of practical fascism in action.
There's a pattern. The police in Britain are allowed to shoot innocent people.
They can drive at 159 mph without having points put on their licence. Not even
the lawyers can keep up with the oppressive new laws. If an EU country wants to
extradite you it can. You have no choice. Do something in, say, Greece that you
don't know is illegal (and that isn't illegal in the UK) and the Greeks have the
right to demand that you be extradited to stand trial in Greece. No need for a
proper trial here. You just get extradited. If you put material on a website
which is legal in the UK but illegal somewhere else in Europe you could find
yourself being extradited and put on trial.
We've got more surveillance
cameras than any country in the world - except Monaco, which is only wo foot
square. It's difficult for decent citizens to avoid breaking the law on an
almost daily basis. There's a fine of £2500 for not having a bell on your bike.
Is it any wonder that every year 300,000 hard working Britons leave the country
to live abroad? My wife and I have to send our Christmas cards in November cus
everyone we know lives abroad.
Who keeps voting for the lying, cheating fascist
traitors? Well, politicians have twigged that there is an easy way to get the
votes they need. Welfare support and means-testing mean that increasing numbers
of people are now content to lie back and let their nation look after them.
Instead of encouraging and rewarding self-sufficiency the Government is
encouraging dependence. There are millions of citizens in Britain today who
genuinely believe that the State has a duty to provide them with money and
services. Their dependence on the State is the reason for their loyalty to the
State. They will keep voting for the fascist state because it cares for them. If
you add together the number of people living on state benefits and the number of
people receiving state salaries it comes to around 25% of the population. Guess
what percentage of the voters put Blair into power at the last election? Around
23%. The Tories have realised this and that's why Cameron and his sad bunch of
feeble-minded henchmen are aping the policies which have kept Blair in power.
It's why it doesn't matter a damn whether the Tories or Labour get in. They're
interchangeable. Cameron is a smarmy, gormless telegenic Blair clone. Cameron
wants to hug hoodies. Let him. He won't be walking for a long time if he tries
it round our way. By voting for the EU and for illegal wars, and by abandoning
England and Britain, the Tories have betrayed us all and devalued politics.
Occasionally I get letters from people criticising
me for being too rude in my books. `You shouldn't say such terrible things about
our leaders,' they say. Well, bugger niceness. It's too late for niceness.
They're stealing my country and my freedom and my privacy. What the hell am I
supposed to do? Offer them tea and cucumber sandwiches? We're at war with our
own Government. If you don't feel like fighting then just sit down, have a
biscuit and a cup of tea and wait for them to come and get you. Because they
Talking of being rough on politicians. I am fed up of Brown being
portrayed by his chums in the media as an economic wizard. If Brown is anything
mystical he's a witch not a wizard. He has destroyed this country's economic
stability with his obsessions with red tape, means-testing and central control.
It was Brown who sold off our gold reserves at rock bottom prices. He should
have resigned in shame for that alone. Brown's benefit schemes mean that over
half the population is now reliant on state handouts. Mussolini would have been
proud. Brown has, single handedly, destroyed pensions in Britain. No one, in the
history of this country, has ever done more damage to our economy than this
exceedingly ambitious and unpleasant little Scotsman. Let him go back home and
destroy Scotland. He's one damned immigrant we'd be better off without. I say
this to you under the protection of article 10 of the Human Rights Act. Bless
it. As an aside, I should point out that the Human Rights Act was given to us by
the Council of Europe which was created by Winston Churchill after the Second
World War. It is nothing to do with the EU.
The only safe assumption today is that everything we
are told is a lie. This isn't paranoia. It's the only truth worth believing. And
the media, in its most powerful forms, is as responsible as the
Talking of lying, cheating, deceitful, contemptible media
takes me straight into the BBC.
There is proven BBC bias in favour of
the EU and the sooner the BBC disappears, the better chance we will have of
recovering our democracy. If the BBC ever had a debate on the EU the two sides
would be: `Is the EU a wonderful thing' or, on the other side, `Is the EU a very
Something that really pisses me off about the BBC is
that if you buy a TV set you'll be dobbed in to the TV licensing gestapo. And
then you start getting the increasingly hostile letters. James Whale of
Talksport has the right idea. He says that after you've had a few of these
letters they send someone round to knock on your door.
he says, when they arrive.
`We're from TV licensing,' they say.
you for coming,' says James politely. And he shuts the door on them.
Most of our national newspapers aren't much better than the BBC. Many
still haven't realised that we have regional parliaments. They exist. They're
real. Unelected but real. Or maybe the papers have realised but prefer to keep
I never really expect the media to review my political books -
and they don't. But, what does surprise me somewhat is the fact that
advertisements for books of mine such as England Our England and
Living in a Fascist Country have now been banned. For example, both the
Mail on Sunday and the Daily Mail now refuse to accept ads for my
book England Our England. I even had an ad prepared which said 'Banned'
and gave the title of one of my books. They banned that too.
the Daily Mail made it pretty clear that its endorsing Gordon Brown as a
future Prime Minister. The utterly bizarre headline they ran was `Brown Offers
Britain A Moral Compass'. This is the same Gordon Brown who has impoverished
millions of hardworking pensioners and who supported the illegal invasion of
Iraq. The same Brown who described Blair as `the most successful PM of all
time'. The same Brown whom even the PM's wife is alleged to have called a liar.
The Daily Mail, remember, supported Britain's entry into the Common
Market in the 1970s.
`There is,' said the Daily Mail, `a decency
and integrity about Mr Brown that the Mail admires.' What deal, I can't help
wondering, has turned the Daily Mail into a Brown supporter?
So what do we do? Sadly, most people in Scotland and
Wales are no longer interested in saving the United Kingdom; they have been
suckered into thinking that they have independent futures ahead of them. They do
not realise that they are effectively no more than European regions. Despite the
fact that they receive a subsidy of over £11 billion a year from London, many
Scots hate the English and they hate the Union too.
Look at the results
of any election. UKIP gets very few votes in Scotland or Wales. Most don't fly
union flags in Scotland. Many Scottish and Welsh nationalists genuinely believe that
they are one step from independence. In reality, they are further from
independence than they've ever been and if they had any sense they would be
fighting against the EU with all their might.
We need to fight hard for
an English Parliament, where Englishmen and women can decide the fate of
Englishmen and women. It is outrageous that Scottish MPs can introduce
legislation on health and education which don't affect their constituents. And
it's equally absurd that anyone should consider foisting a Scottish Prime
Minister on us.
The English desperately needs a party to represent them.
And we need to get out of the EU.There are those who say we cannot leave
but I saw a letter from the Government this week confirming once again that the
UK can leave the EU any time it wishes.
The State is now our enemy. The Government is the
biggest threat to our freedom and prosperity.
Most people don't do
anything to fight fascism, of course. Most people spend their days stressed and
trying to keep up with all the new rules. And the Government has deliberately
made us all afraid. I call it the Tanks at Heathrow syndrome but it wasn't
invented by New Labour. Hitler and Goebels were masters at making people afraid
by creating enemies.
We should be afraid - not of what they tell us to
fear, but of the Government. Anyone not frightened of the Government doesn't
understand what is going on.
We'll win through our passion; because we care more
than they do. Blair stands for power, self-aggrandisement, vanity, status. We've
got bigger things to fight for: our history, our culture, our independence and
our freedom. As I said in an early book, they've stolen our country and we want
The Blairs, Browns, Camerons and so on are a foul cancer that
we have to keep out of office. This is no longer about politics. It's about our
identity, and our future. We're fighting the most important war we've ever had
to fight - against the most corrupt and dangerous enemy we've ever faced. Our
job is to alert anyone who doesn't realise that yet. Because time is running
out. The mass media won't help but if everyone here tells the truth to one
person a week - give or lend them a book or leaflet to read - and each of those
people tells the truth to another person then in just a few months we will reach
every man, woman and child in Britain. Talking to people - is our greatest
We must persuade people never ever to vote for one of the big
political parties again. That way we can throw out the fascists and claim our
country back. Because it is our country. It doesn't belong to the fascist
bastards who are trying to steal it. Let's take our country back.
Copyright Vernon Coleman, October 2006
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