Vigilance: A Defence of British Liberty
Tanner, 2001 - 279 pages
"What a demolition job! Ashley Mote has smashed huge holes in the walls which have hidden the squalid truth about the European Union for so long." One day this book may be banned. Our right to freedom of speech will have been abolished. Some people think the United Kingdom has effectively been abolished already. It will certainly cease to exist as a free and sovereign nation unless we reverse the erosion of our ancient rights, freedoms and customs by endless interference in British affairs by the European Union. In 1975, as new members of the EEC, we thought we were voting for a free trade area. What we have today is an undemocratic, unaccountable police state that makes laws behind closed doors and seeks by stealth to destroy the UK as an independent nation. The European Union is being increasingly rammed down British throats in pursuit of a dream we never voted for. That dream has become a living nightmare. Silent discontent is no longer an option. If you are concerned about the activities of the EU and its impact on the British way of life, then this book is for you. This is not a book about politics in the usual sense. Nor is it academic. It is a simple, clear and horrifying account of what is being done to our country by the EU, why it matters, and why it must be stopped. The book also paints a vivid picture of the thriving, wealthy, confident and outward-looking Britain that will quickly emerge from the ruins of the EU disaster. The EU issue is of monumental proportions. Ultimately, it is about British liberty.
Chapter Two Its the Principle of the Thing
Chapter Three Dont Look Back
Chapter Four Political Muddy Waters
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