Friday, 20 November 2009

Roman Vampyre Hun?

It is an anagram of his name.

But these are his wise words:

The universal values which are in force in Europe, and which are fundamental values of Christianity, will lose vigour with the entry of a large Islamic country such as Turkey.

A Bilderberger? Probably not. And anyway, George Osborne is a Bilderberger. They are harmless, since clearly they will let in absolutely anyone.

But certainly a Belgian, traditionally a very pro-British lot indeed, although there is some doubt as to whether historically or principal ally and trading partner on the Continent, a Kingdom of our own reigning House, can survive without his steadying influence.

And certainly one who makes a monthly Benedictine retreat. So, trying to create a Holy Roman EU? Most unlikely. In August, the CSU argued that a stronger say for the German Parliament over EU decision-making should not only be embedded in new legislation but also in the German Constitution. The CSU is a very Catholic party indeed: pro-life, pro-family, pro-worker, anti-war, at least broadly Distributist, the lot.

As in, for example, several Polish cases, or that of the Mouvement pour la France of Philippe de Villiers, the more Catholic, and thus committed to Christendom, a party is, the more hostile it is to the grotesque parody of Christendom that is the EU, itself part of "the West" as defined by the neoconservative movement rather than the True West that is Christendom.


  1. Are you going to write about this in your Telegraph blog, now the technical difficulties have been resolved?

  2. He is too busy writing for The American Conservative. What a parochial lot you limeys are.

  3. That's what you love about us.

    Now, back on-topic.

  4. Do you think you will get more exposure to the voters of NW Durham through your telegraph blog or through the American Conservative?

  5. Oh, neither. But everyone should have a hobby.

    No more off-topic comments will be put up.