Sunday 25 January 2009

New EU map makes Kent part of same 'nation' as France

A warning to everyone in Britain!! Beware of the secret EU plan to abolish Britain!! The battle of Britain part 2 has begun!

On June 4th we finally get the right to vote for our future on membership of the hated European Union.

Labour denied us all the choice and lied on their promise of a referendum on the EU.

Labour has committed treason against our people by ratifying the Lisbon treaty without public consent.

The Irish voted no to Europe and the arrogant European Union has ignored this and is insisting the Irish "think again".

The euro elections will be fought under proportional representation which means every vote will count.

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New EU map makes Kent part of same 'nation' as France

By Jasper Copping and Melissa Kite

They have tried to redraw the map of Europe before. Now a German-led "conspiracy of cartographers" stands accused of trying to use a new European Union directive to give Brussels the power to change national boundaries.
The conservative party fears that the directive, currently passing through the European parliament, could be the first step of a Berlin-inspired master plan to create a united states of Europe divided, not into nation states, but instead a series of "trans-national" regions, the templates for which have already been drawn up.
Under the changes, those living in Kent and east Sussex would find themselves not inhabitants of Britain, but the transmanche region, where their fellow citizens would not be their English-speaking neighbours but the French-speaking population of northern France.
North of the transmanche would be the North Sea region, taking in all of eastern England and vast areas of Scandinavia, Germany and the low countries.
Western Britain and Ireland would become the Atlantic region, a huge zone that also takes in parts of France, Spain and Portugal.
Perhaps most bizarre would be the northern periphery region, lumping together the population of north-west Scotland with their very distant cousins in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Greenland and Iceland.
Draft outlines of these regions have already been drawn up as part of a long-running EU project called interreg, which has created the areas to foster cross-border- co-operation on issues such as tourism, trade, health and the environment.
the EU says that the directive on "spatial information", which requires all member states to bring their maps and data into line with the European commission's specifications, is to help to harmonise data across Europe and allow the smoother implementation of social, environmental and transport policies.
However, the conservative party fears that the Germans, who are among the most vocal supporters of transnationality, will use it as a tool to dismantle nation states by strengthening and enhancing the regional templates when they take over the EU presidency next year. In June, Wolfgang Tiefensee, a German minister, said: "there is the great hope underlying the goal of a united Europe that we can permanently overcome old borders."
Eric pickles, the shadow minister for local government and deputy chairman of the conservative party, said: "under the labour government, Britain has already been sub-divided into regions as part of John Prescott’s empire building, yet worse could be to come.
"A conspiracy of cartographers in Brussels is seeking to break up Britain into regions that cross national boundaries. i fear that there is an agenda to undermine national identities and impose a united states of Europe by stealth. Conservatives will fight these attempts to balkanise Britain."
Under the directive, Brussels will also gain access to "spies in the sky" – data provided by satellite and airborne photography and sensors – in addition to property information about people's homes. Critics believe this is a precursor to Brussels creating a new computer database, with which to levy an EU-wide property tax.
Andrew duff, the liberal democrat MEP for the east of England, described the conservative reaction to the directive and the creation of transnational regions as "childish baloney. This directive is trying to achieve a norm of statistics across Europe to develop social policy, transport infrastructure and so on," he said. "It is just a tool for policy-making.

Source- daily telegraph'nation'-as-france.html

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