Friday, March 25, 2011

The People’s Pledge will unpledge BNP candidates

As His Grace has been mulling over whether or not to take this pledge, he has been in dialogue with some of the campaign’s founders, high-profile supporters and officials. The People's Pledge is clearly a progressive and inclusive campaign. They are harnessing the power of the internet in an attempt to give every Briton, from all backgrounds, a voice and a choice. They intend to focus that support to apply pressure where it will be felt the strongest – in the marginal seats.

The whole point of launching the initiative is to make sure that there is a broad choice of mainstream candidates offering an in/out referendum on the EU. Their aim is to secure a pro-referendum majority in Parliament.

There is little doubt that the issue of a referendum on the UK’s continuing membership of the EU is of the utmost importance to very many from across the political spectrum; it may even be the defining political issue of the age.

But a pledge is a 'solemn undertaking', and so His Grace does not take them lightly. He has a long association with past campaigns which attempted to secure a referendum on the EU. His heart is very much with the spirit of the Pledge initiative, but his head was troubled on two counts:

Firstly, in some constituencies, it is entirely possible that the only candidate offering to support the referendum may be the BNP candidate. If the ‘main three’ parties all eschew the campaign as being trivial, vexatious or simply a distraction, those voters who take the pledge are swearing to vote for the BNP, UKIP or Green, all of whom are likely to put up Pledge-supporting candidates. Yet it is observed that UKIP in particular do not stand in every constituency: in 2010, there were some 90 seats, mainly in Wales and Scotland, without a UKIP candidate. If the BNP stand in (say) Glasgow North-East, with its appalling levels of poverty, and none of the main-party candidates agree to the People's Pledge, the exhortation to Glaswegians is to vote for the BNP as ‘the only candidate who publicly promises to support a binding referendum’.

His Grace was troubled (to say the least) that, by supporting the People’s Pledge campaign, he may be exhorting his readers to vote for the BNP, whose candidates will doubtless bend over backwards to garner every vote.

When His Grace put this matter to some of the campaign’s high-profile supporters, he was told he was being ‘facile’ and ‘completely stupid’, not least because such a scenario is extremely unlikely to occur.

Secondly, His Grace was troubled (again, to say the least) that, by supporting the People’s Pledge campaign, he may be exhorting his readers and communicants to vote for those who have undermined the constitutional foundations of the nation and brought the country to its knees.

It is evident that the Pledge is incompatible with membership of a political party: those who take it are promising to grant a five-year term of office potentially to their political opponents, provided that those opponents will support a Bill calling for an in/out referendum. So, if one were a Conservative supporter in Kirkaldy and Cowdenbeath, and Gordon Brown suddenly supported the campaign and the Tory candidate did not (nor any other), this pledge requires the Conservative supporter to vote for Gordon Brown.

And so we have a 'solemn undertaking' to vote against one's party. His Grace thinks it counter-intuitive to expect Conservatives to vote Labour or Socialists to vote Tory or Greens to vote LibDem when we are gifting power for five years, with no assurance at all that the campaign will succeed.

His Grace takes his voting very seriously: he is accountable ultimately to God, as are all believers. And his conscience does not rest easily with having contributed to another Labour victory – during which they would wreak further havoc upon society, the Constitution and the nation’s finances – still with no referendum. Not least because the People’s Pledge have yet to set out precisely how they will win such a campaign (against BBC Europhilia and the EU’s coffers) should a parliamentary majority be achieved.

While His Grace continues to mull over the second of these issues, he has received an assurance on the first which goes a long way to permitting His Grace to view this campaign more favourably.

He has been assured that the People's Pledge will not be including information about BNP candidates in their listings. They are of the view that ‘the party should not be given moral or democratic equivalence with others, since it seeks to offend and exclude people on the basis of race’. This is significant because it is the first indication from the People's Pledge of a political policy or moral stance which surmounts the hitherto paramount issue of a referendum.

His Grace has been assured that the People’s Pledge will not be accepting signatures from BNP candidates and neither will their views be listed on the question of an EU referendum.

That could not be clearer: BNP candidates who profess support for the People’s Pledge will be swiftly unpledged.

Which just leaves the thorny issue of potentially having to vote for Gordon Brown.

43 Comments:

Anonymous MrJ said...

It is good to see these scruples properly set out, explained and reasoned.

"There is little doubt that the issue of a referendum on the UK’s continuing membership of the EU is of the utmost importance to very many from across the political spectrum; it may even be the defining political issue of the age." Yes, but....

So unpredictable (whimsical? capricious?) is the willingness of people in this country to participate in petitions and the like that it will be interesting to see how this one turns out. It is pretty obvious that too few in any age group or walk of life have (or will have) a clear enough understanding about AV Etc. or what a "pro-referendum majority in Parliament" would lead to.

Abstentions are also problematic. All that irrespective of discrimination against BNP and Gordon Brown.

25 March 2011 at 10:21  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The People’s Pledge is advocating fascism by excluding a particular party. That suggests that the People’s Pledge may already have been compromised by the very parties that have no intention of letting the people have a real democratic choice as to whether or not we remain a part of the EU super-state.

It may indeed be the case that the People’s Pledge is yet another establishment charade dangling the carrot of a referendum in front of the noses of eager voters only to snatch it away once more as soon as the they perceive that all threats to them have been eliminated.

Finally, wasn’t it Hodge that recently said that the British National Party is finished? Clearly, that cannot be the case. So, here’s a novel idea. Why not let the people decide who they want to vote for at the ballot box? It’s called democracy.

25 March 2011 at 10:24  
Blogger Gnostic said...

I'm not going to fret over it and I won't be signing any pledge to vote. A political pledge, more commonly known as a manifesto, tends to be either a steaming pile of manipulative, vague promises or worse, a cynical pack of lies.

Take the crapolition's promise to roll back Big Government. What ever happened to that?

25 March 2011 at 10:27  
Blogger Ernst Stavro Blofeld and Tiddles said...

The People Pledge + Caveat/s? - 4 years away and already being ammended from it's simplistic role to provide clarity regarding voting about Europe. Morphing into the proverbial 'Pigs Ear'.

"Finally, wasn’t it Hodge that recently said that the British National Party is finished? Clearly, that cannot be the case. So, here’s a novel idea. Why not let the people decide who they want to vote for at the ballot box? It’s called democracy."

Brilliantly Exact, my anonymous friend.

Let ALL parties stand or fall by the ONE isssue.

Could it be simpler?

E S Blofeld

25 March 2011 at 11:02  
Blogger Ernst Stavro Blofeld and Tiddles said...

Old Ernst is reminded of what he wrote only last week regarding Hocus Pocus being introduced into the People's Pledge..Ernst the minor Prophet, perhaps?

"The People’s Pledge - a campaign for an In/Out EU Referendum "

Sounds more like the Hokey Cokey (Cokey means Crazy in Canada, how apt) to me. or Ja, das Hokey Cokey.

You put your AV in.

or Your AV out.

In out in out

They'll shake your votes about.

They'll do some Hocus Pocus

and they'll turn you all around

That's what it's all about.

All together now..

The more they offer change, the more the status quo is maintained!
Ernst Blofeld

18 March 2011 02:20

25 March 2011 at 11:44  
Blogger Bryan said...

Such is the nature of single-issue politics. It takes at least a second issue to weed out the undesirable elements. But more than one issue potentially muddles the whole thing up.

So, is National Sovereignty worth dealing with the local, homegrown bigots and racists? I hope so, otherwise what is the point of National Sovereignty?

Now as to the hypocrisy of demanding freedom from Europe whilst refusing such to your own constituent Nations....

(Ah, it is good to be from a break-away Republic sometimes.)

25 March 2011 at 11:53  
Blogger Ernst Stavro Blofeld and Tiddles said...

"Such is the nature of single-issue politics. It takes at least a second issue to weed out the undesirable elements. But more than one issue potentially muddles the whole thing up.

So, is National Sovereignty worth dealing with the local, homegrown bigots and racists? I hope so, otherwise what is the point of National Sovereignty?"

Dear boy, you have missed the thrust of the argument about a 2nd issue. It is superfluous to the single issue. Or else remove the BNP from the ballot box completely..Ooh we are a democracy aren't we, and if a party is on the ballot paper it must be legitimate, however much you loathe their policies.

Try not to muddy the waters or cast bigot/racist charges at Ernst and others who think you are being duplicious with your comments.

Ernst would not vote BNP but leaves others to make up their own minds at the ballot box, democratically.

Now there's a clever boy!

Ernst Blofeld

25 March 2011 at 12:04  
Blogger Ernst Stavro Blofeld and Tiddles said...

Your Grace states

"The People's Pledge is clearly a progressive and inclusive campaign. They are harnessing the power of the internet in an attempt to give every Briton, from all backgrounds, a voice and a choice. (the next section is key to Ernst's argument) They intend to focus that support to apply pressure where it will be felt the strongest – in the marginal seats."

As marginals are only ever the swing minority, how on earth will this help if the vast seats are retained by parties who refuse to accept this across their manifesto's. Confused Government at best and a motley component within a proportionally elected parliament at worst...WHO NEEDS AV.

Imagine another wasted 5 years from 2015 after the public realise what they have done previously and again, going forward. AARRGHH.

Ernst does not know what the answer is but this is NOT the solution.

Ernst, your humble communicant

25 March 2011 at 12:20  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The pledge reads "I will only vote at the next election for a candidate who publicly promises to support a binding referendum on our EU membership and to vote for it in the House of Commons".

It does not read 'I will vote for any discredited has-been or closet(ish) racist as long as they support a binding referendum on our EU membership'. In that case one can simply not vote, or spoil one's ballot paper.

25 March 2011 at 12:27  
Blogger john in cheshire said...

YG, what is more important, withdrawal from the EU or having a few BNP members of parliament? I suggest getting out of the EU is the key issue and should be achieved by any means possible.

25 March 2011 at 12:41  
Blogger D. Singh said...

Your Grace

‘Which just leaves the thorny issue of potentially having to vote for Gordon Brown’ (and how can a member of one party vote for another?).

The issue is greater than that.

The People’s Pledge is fast becoming a popular protest against the EU that puts the Government on notice. We know it is working: the EU at this very moment is pledging our money to MEPs who campaign for a Yes vote in the likely event of a British referendum.

They are worried.

Beads of sweat, are sliding from their armpits.

Nerves.

But how can a member of one party vote for another?

Sometimes an issue arises which threatens the very name of an entire people:

‘We must recollect… what it is we have at stake, what it is we have to contend for. It is for our property, it is for our liberty, it is for our independence, nay, for our existence as a nation; it is for our character, it is for our very name as Englishmen, it is for everything dear and valuable to man on this side of the grave.’

(William Pitt (the Younger) (1759-1806) on the rupture of the Peace of Amiens and the resumption of war with Napoleon.)

The truth is I am stumped by His Grace’s question.

I don’t know the answer.

Maybe it’s like asking why did Churchill ally himself with Uncle Joe? The situation demanded it.

Why do some MPs defy the whip and vote with the opposition?

If you accept we need police officers you probably accept we need Defence and then, to be consistent, would you accept M.A.D.?

It’s as if sin has disrupted the possibility of being consistent – it has denied us perfection.

25 March 2011 at 13:17  
Anonymous Gordo said...

"The People's Pledge is clearly a progressive and inclusive campaign"

So they will keep us in the EU then, by some sleight of hand, or perhaps scaremongering about war or faime or pestilence. That's what progressive, inclusive people do. At least if you vote BNP you know exactly what you are voting for and what you are going to get, including independance from the EU.

25 March 2011 at 13:56  
Blogger Johnny Rottenborough said...

They are of the view that ‘the party [BNP] should not be given moral or democratic equivalence with others, since it seeks to offend and exclude people on the basis of race’.

Yes, it is about race. It’s about the indigenous people of Britain—indigenous since at least the end of the last Ice Age—becoming a minority in their country. The Frankfurt School has done its job so well that the demographic extermination of a White people is seen as something to be applauded as the highest proof of tolerance and anti-racism.

An equally suicidal stance is taken by the Church of England as it goes out of its way to facilitate the spread of Islam. Although its actions are bringing about its own death, the Church congratulates itself on its tolerance and anti-racism.

Woolly-minded liberals will, quite literally, be the death of the British people and their religion. God save us from them.

25 March 2011 at 14:04  
Anonymous Voyager said...

Your Grace is sadly out of touch. The BNP is no more. It is £500,000 in debt after legal cases etc. It is highly unlikely that this organisation, the most singularly inept rightwing party in Europe will be standing in future elections.

I really do not know why you bring in this red-herring. Or do you think MI% will create another front organisation to replace it ?

25 March 2011 at 16:40  
Anonymous Ernst Stavro Blofeld said...

"Yes, it is about race. It’s about the indigenous people of Britain—indigenous since at least the end of the last Ice Age—becoming a minority in their country. The Frankfurt School has done its job so well that the demographic extermination of a White people is seen as something to be applauded as the highest proof of tolerance and anti-racism"

It appear that to be concerned about the enormous changes brought into place by the deceit of Labour, to infiltrate this country with Immigrants against the country's knowledge with stealth, is mere intolerance.

Mrs B is of caribbean descent so Ernst cannot be called racist BUT surely when great changes are happening, some serious thought is required.

It is about race as Mrs B found out after 7/7 atrocity when a british born muslim stated 'You have brought it on yourselves'! Shocked Mrs B but was only what Ernst expected. Being british is therefore purely a matter of physical place and not anything inherent in being of the national identity of being British.

Ernst

25 March 2011 at 16:42  
Anonymous John Thomas said...

I have signed the pledge, and like YG, take such things seriously. However, I am not required to vote BNP if the non-BNP candidates all oppose an EU referendum; I can simply not vote. [I have my own pledge: never to vote for any candidate who has a CD record (previous Parliamentary voting, or reported comments, for new candidates)(ie. I wouldn't vote for candidates who have/would vote(d) for abortion or euthanasia)(in the last election, a local official phoned me to ask if I would vote for their man: "No, in Parliament he has voted for abortion"; sorted)] What with possible non-Referendum candidates, and abortion-voting candidates, I might not vote. I also take voting very seriously - such that I might abstain.

25 March 2011 at 16:51  
Blogger Bred in the bone said...

"Today I bake, tomorrow I brew,
Then, dear prince, I come for you.
None can guess, none can claim
Van Rompuylstiltskin is my name."

Brothers Grimm

I don't support a referendum or anything else that lends credance to their fairytales.

25 March 2011 at 17:00  
Anonymous Oswin said...

I sometimes wonder what exactly the BNP could possibly do, to make Britain a worse place than it already is?

25 March 2011 at 17:22  
Anonymous malvoisin said...

Has the facade slipped I wonder? Cranmer advocating fascism/communism? What ever next? I presume you and some of the commentators on here have overlooked through their rosy tinted spectacles the fact that it is the British people who are being offended and excluded.

25 March 2011 at 18:50  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Woolly-minded liberals will, quite literally, be the death of the British people and their religion. God save us from them."

Yeah, sort of, but is that really the fault traced to the origin, Mr Rottenbourgh?

This sphere is no-ones' exclusive property, if the masses of individuals collectivelly think they know better than Nature and Darwin's inflexable Laws Of Life, why the hell should any race of people expect special trearment?

Nature don't work like that, you either cut the mustard, or you're digested - there's no shortage of evidence here e.g. cows, sheep, pigs, spiders, flys, lions, gazells, etc etc.

I'm relaxed about voting for the 'No-Platform Party', but if the rest fill their boots, and opt in for yet more annihilation, do they really deserve anything other than, yet more, annhilation. (e.g. inner cities)

No, of course not, Nature's planet, Natures Laws, it's not a debate, it's just the way it is.

Even if they're the Godhead types, they're still unworthy, as they're putting their id vainity BEFORE their honest truthful, deepfelt, muttered concerns.


Viva la forces of Nature (or God) and Darwin, and to hell with the know-it-alls of self-destruction.

Harsh, I know, but that's Nature's rules, not mine.

25 March 2011 at 18:55  
Blogger Maturecheese said...

John In Cheshire said

YG, what is more important, withdrawal from the EU or having a few BNP members of parliament? I suggest getting out of the EU is the key issue and should be achieved by any means possible.



I agree and I would go further and say that quite a few BNP and UKIP members of Parliament would be a good thing as it might just make the self serving big three sit up and listen.

25 March 2011 at 19:10  
Blogger Johnny Rottenborough said...

@ Anonymous (18:55)—why the hell should any race of people expect special treatment?

The British never expected, or received, special treatment. Instead, they shaped their own destiny by learning how to govern themselves, creating a nation that encompassed the spiritual as well as the temporal, and by defending their homeland. In all that, they were supported by their monarchs, politicians and churchmen. I believe the bond between people and monarch still exists but our politicians and churchmen have become our enemies.

25 March 2011 at 19:20  
Blogger The Last Dodo said...

"There is little doubt that the issue of a referendum on the UK’s continuing membership of the EU is of the utmost importance to very many from across the political spectrum; it may even be the defining political issue of the age."

Really? Something of an over statement, me thinks! Single issue voting is not a rational option.

Publically financed, legalised abortion running at record levels. Growing support for euthanasia. Economic meltdown. Schizoid policies in the Middle East. Wars in Afganistan and Iraq. The list continues.

Get over it! We're members of the European Union. It isn't a Roman Catholic plot - it's a sensible development in a shrinking world facing immense problems.

25 March 2011 at 19:54  
Blogger Maturecheese said...

JR politicians have certainly become our enemies and an essay on 'Spiked' does a pretty good summing up of this here

http://www.spiked-online.com/index.php/site/article/8335/

I apologise if I have already linked this in an earlier comment.

25 March 2011 at 19:54  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

@ Anonymous (18:55) replied,

A potted history I will not dispute, but....

That was then, we're actually here.

Times change, astroids hit plantes, life-forms come and go.... the expectation to recieve special treatment on Nature's rock, is today's problem, not yester year / centries.

This is why I repeatedly used the words, yet more.

TIMES HAVE CHANGED, massivelly so, in the last 60 years, (think astoroid) the dinosaurs became mere fossils, because they coundn't change fast enough.

They had no choice, but we do. That's a big difference.

Nature demands suitable responses to the problems life-forms encounter....failure is often rewarded with annhilation.

These politicians you mention, are they adequate for the job?

Did they teleport from the planet Zargbull?

No and no, they are the legal representtives of the endangered, muttering, know-it-alls, they chose their fate, they chose yet more annhiliation....

It's a free vote afterall, Nature has blessed us with fantastic brains to survive this often hostile planet. It's not her fault.

I'm just saying they're getting what they voted for, no special treatment, mustard or be manureised. Again, NOT my rules, these are planetary rules - that no life-form has the auhority to over-rule. As in NONE!

25 March 2011 at 20:19  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just a hunch Your Grace. Am I right in thinking you don't like the BNP?

25 March 2011 at 20:41  
Blogger Maturecheese said...

Yes, to survive as a species we need to get our act together and become a global entity of togetherness. In reality we know this isn't going to happen as it's just not mankinds way. Yes we probably will become extinct one day, that's a given, BUT if I am going down and going to be wiped out I want to do it amongst my own kith and kin and culture thank you and not amongst some melting pot of a super state with no identity.

25 March 2011 at 20:41  
Blogger Maturecheese said...

Yes, to survive as a species we need to get our act together and become a global entity of togetherness. In reality we know this isn't going to happen as it's just not mankinds way. Yes we probably will become extinct one day, that's a given, BUT if I am going down and going to be wiped out I want to do it amongst my own kith and kin and culture thank you and not amongst some melting pot of a super state with no identity.

25 March 2011 at 20:42  
Anonymous MrJ said...

For sure not all see, or are interested in, the linkage of immigration, EU and AV Etc., and the articles at spiked-online (link @ Maturecheese 25 March 19:54) may not be conclusive, but the facts and opinions there (on those topics) deserve attention and not to be too easily dismissed as bigoted or ideologically contaminated.

25 March 2011 at 20:52  
Anonymous not a machine said...

I think we have to assume dear Edward will yet again attempt to draw a fake dividing line in politics. As he takes to the platform in his speedos , settles himself for the triple spin backflip in front of an anxious homecrowd ,who somehow believe that he can make a clean dive on behalf of clean labour.
However the the other Edward despite prime time TV oppertunity has no bit of paper , no idea ,no figures on the cuts that he would make (despite there being £44bn of them in there own pre election budget).
So we have a shadow chancellor who cannot be honest with his own ecnomic policy and a labour leader who believes that he should prime a crowd that are devoid of the truth , to reject the budget that is open to inquiry and has no Edward aurthorised challenger.

Perhaps I shouldnt be unsurprised by the arrival of shrodingers shadow budget , we have after all had labours invention of quantum banking in which boom and bust were ended. So come on Edward is the cat in the box or not , or is it a socialist fat cat that rather like the dead parrot is just having a sleep.

if only you would have organised a stop the debt rally in 2004 or are we to believe that Edward in the treasury , had no idea we were heading to 70 somthing of GDP when he was making sure the then future labour PM , toast was lightly done the egg not too runny and his copy of the Ft ironed ready for another day of , carry on blowing everyones elses money and future .

is it not so much a case of left foot foward , but left foot in it , again.

but before we revisit the 80s (the era Edward grew up in), I have some appropiate songs "too much to be forgotten " , "by the rivers of babylon" although perhaps your just hoping for two tribes go to war , risky though isnt it, i mean what if the public your trying for selctive amnesia , having blown in 13yrs one of the best set of books in 1997 ,in the developed world, no wonder Ken fell alseep , he was trying to escape the rerun nightmare that he put to bed last time round .

25 March 2011 at 22:13  
Anonymous Steve Jonesborough said...

Now I know that the Peoples Pledge (BDi Mk2) will fail.
"we want a referendum, sort of, but not enough to do anything naughty"
Up against such lack of courage, the EU must know they have nothing to fear.

Meanwhile Peoples Pledge is quite happy sucking up to apologists for Stalin.

Just why are these pledge people against the EU?

25 March 2011 at 22:32  
Blogger Johnny Rottenborough said...

@ Maturecheese (19:54)—Thanks for the link. Brendan O’Neill is something of a bête noire of mine, with his support for completely unrestricted immigration (not to mention his Marxism), but I always read his blogs in the Telegraph.

When I used the word ‘churchmen’ in my comment of 19:20, I didn’t realize it could also mean the members of a church. It was the senior clergy that I had in mind.

25 March 2011 at 23:38  
Blogger Bred in the bone said...

Good Lad Steve Jonesborough this Country needs more of your sort.

26 March 2011 at 00:51  
Blogger I'm Freak'n Dr Evil said...

Just why are these pledge people against the EU?

They are not, my lad.

Tis all a game, we are merely the pawns, imagined as foolish enough to suck down the imagined elixir of democracy.

Ernst will not let one drop touch his lips, not whilst there's Natterjack and Theakston's Old Peculiar. Not any EU lager muck.

Ernst hates the EU as they merely pretend to be benign whilst not being anything at all except a tepid bunch of sauerkraut/frogleg munching foreigners. Well it's true! It's true! They're semi-evil. They're quasi-evil. They're the margarine of evil. They're the Diet Coke of evil. Just one calorie, not evil enough.

Now Look, Look at the photo.

Look into my eyes, look into my eyes, the eyes, the eyes, eyes, not around the eyes or at Tiddles, don't look around the eyes, look into my eyes...you're under.

I brought rebellion in the middle east, with countries uprising because I did nothing as the peace envoy but you will believe I did. You will vote for me as EU President next time.... and Three, Two, One, your out.

British Mojo: The libido. The life force. The essence. The right stuff. What Sarkhozy and his ilke, the Frogs, who haven't got it, call a certain... I don't know what.

Mr Evil

26 March 2011 at 01:46  
Anonymous Izzy Gullible said...

If Tony Blair puts himself up for the EU Presidency, I think I might vote for him.

Don't know why I felt compelled to say this.

26 March 2011 at 10:38  
Blogger I'm Freak'n Dr Evil said...

By George it's working.

Now Look, Look at the photo.

Look into my eyes, look into my eyes, the eyes, the eyes, eyes, not around the eyes or at Tiddles, don't look around the eyes, look into my eyes...you're under.

Must send the photo to David Cameron with a list of demands.

MWAHAHAHA

Ernst

26 March 2011 at 10:53  
Anonymous MrJ said...

Re "the issue of a referendum on the UK’s continuing membership of the EU is of the utmost importance to very many from across the political spectrum; it may even be the defining political issue of the age":

note this which in one sentence (with reference to 'The Failure of Multiculturalism') makes apparent what EU ideologues are putting at stake (knowingly or not)--

"Human rights exist for the protection of individuals, not religions and ideologies." From speech given by Geert Wilders, March 25, at the Annual Lecture of the Magna Carta Foundation in Rome. (source: http://gatesofvienna.blogspot.com/2011/03/how-to-turn-tide.html)

26 March 2011 at 22:02  
Anonymous Roland said...

It's amazing how those who claim to be so "liberal" and who claim to support "democratic values" attempt to silence opposing points of view. For fear of being called nasty names the traditional Conservatives join in the condemnation of "right-wing extremists", not realising that they are next on the Left Wing's list of targets.

28 March 2011 at 13:26  
Anonymous Roland said...

Dear "Dr. Evil",
You don't seem like such a bad chap to me. Maybe you and SPECTRE can stop the Bilderberg Group's designs for globalism? Or are you in alliance with them? I look eagerly to reading your comments on world events. You keep us all on "high alert" to threats to freedom around the world. Cheerio! -- http://roland.revelife.com

28 March 2011 at 14:39  
Blogger I'm Freak'n Dr Evil said...

That very nice boy Roland said ever so kindly 28 March 2011 14:39

"Dear "Dr. Evil",
You don't seem like such a bad chap to me. " Ernst wasn't always such a nice chap but saw the error of his ways and was forgiven by the Almighty by His Son's sacrifice for Ernst and all who will believe on Him. Ernst is FOREVER in His Debt.

"Maybe you and SPECTRE can stop the Bilderberg Group's designs for globalism? Or are you in alliance with them?" They are far much worse than SPECTRE, Ernst and SPECTRE would NEVER be in alliance with them.

"I look eagerly to reading your comments on world events. You keep us all on "high alert" (Tiddles advises daddy by scratching his poster of Gordon Brown..barely held together except by sellotape, the ghoulish cheshire cat smile has almost gone, thankfully. Urinating on a copy of The New Statesman, Ernst keeps especially for this very purpose, is key, bit like farmers bunions/corns. Faultless.) to threats to freedom around the world. Cheerio!

Ernst is watching and ready with a wry smile and a clever, witty remark when the occasion requires it.

Ta-Ta and Toodle-Pip, old sport. Don't be a stranger.

Ernst

29 March 2011 at 01:23  
Blogger Dr Evil'll fix it said...

Now then, now then, I have a letter here what says...

Dear Dr Evil.

Please could you fix it for me to get high alerts to threats to freedom around the world. Roland.

"Now then, now then, guys and gals, Ooohooh oh",

Well it's a big old world with lots of organisations trying to do their very best to bring it all down, Roland. Goodness gracious, young man. Ooohooh oh, a tall order.

Dr Evil promises to keep you all informed, "as it happens".

"How's about that, then?"

Jingle, jangle, jewellery jewellery, Lovely, lovely, lovely.

Dr Evil, making communicants dreams come true.

Ps

T shirts and badges to follow. Ooohooh oh.

29 March 2011 at 02:46  
Anonymous R.H. said...

What ho? All your fans eagerly await the t-shirts, badges, caps, etc.. With God's help, we will prevail against the degenerates! Where can we read your most excellent reports on the progress of SPECTRE and the ruin of the globalist Bilderberg fanatics? Do you have a "blog"?

30 March 2011 at 16:37  
Blogger Dr Evil'll fix it said...

Lovely boy R H said so sweetly 30 March 2011 16:37

"Do you have a "blog"?

Ernst is of the opinion that we are in exciting but sadly, dangerous times especially for 'Earth Dwellers' who set there hopes on this world.

As The Almighty has everything under control and Ernst is expecting to be translated 'Harpatzo-ed or Snatched in Koine Greek' what on earth is the point of Ernst having a blog..His Grace shows great shrewdness and discernment on worldly matters relating to things affecting we christians so Ernst tags along in his slipstream and very much enjoys his comments and observations.

The wicked will do what they will do but the Lord brings all the actors to the stage at the correct scene in this play as it reaches a thankful conclusion and to provide 'their bit of evil' towards what The Almighty will deal with once and for all. Ernst's Eternal destiny rests on His power to accomplish what He has promised by His UNFAILING word.

Thank you for the kind comments, my boy. Be of good cheer! In every circumstance this is Jesus’ answer to those who love Him.

Ernsty

Ps

Words that always encourage old Ernst to persevere, no matter the circumstances;

"The eyes of the LORD are upon the righteous, and his ears are open unto their cry. The face of the LORD is against them that do evil, to cut off the remembrance of them from the earth. The righteous cry, and the LORD heareth, and delivereth them out of all their troubles. The LORD is nigh unto them that are of a broken heart; and saveth such as be of a contrite spirit."
Psalms 34:15-18, KJV

"For the eyes of the Lord are over the righteous, and his ears are open unto their prayers: but the face of the Lord is against them that do evil."
1 Peter 3:12, KJV

30 March 2011 at 23:45  

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