Tuesday, 15 October 2019

Animus In Consulendo Liber

Someone called Dominic Raab (no, me neither) has today tried to make hay with Jeremy Corbyn's past opposition to NATO.

Like Enoch Powell back in the day, and like Peter Hitchens in our own time, Corbyn was right about NATO in the past, and I have no doubt that in private he still is. 

Turkey. Monkey-chanting, Nazi-saluting Bulgaria, and that is before Ukraine is let in. "Montenegro, it's to die for."

British troops deployed to Estonia as a tripwire, because only by making an attack on the Baltic Republics an attack on British troops by default might we be cajoled into fighting for those Republics.

50, fifty, American spy bases on our soil, hiding behind fake British names and diplomatic immunity, so that we are more of a colony than a sovereign state.

And so on. Away with the whole thing.

Another hung Parliament is coming, and we need our people to hold the balance of power in it. A new party is now in the process of registration.

After nearly 30 years of suggestion, speculation, and even a sort of preparation, I will stand for Parliament here at North West Durham.

The crowdfunding page is here, and buy the book here. Please email davidaslindsay@hotmail.com. Very many thanks.

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