Wednesday, 18 July 2018
It is called - "Spider to the Fly"
Won’t you join our Common Market? said the Spider to the Fly,
It really is a winner and the cost is not too high,
I know De Gaul said “*Non*”,but he hadn’t got a clue,
We want you in, my friends and I, for we have plans for you.
You’ll have to pay a little more than we do, just for now,
As Herr Kohl said, and I agree, we need a new milch cow.
It’s just a continental term believe me, mon ami,
Like “*Vive la France*” or “*Mad Anglais*” or even “*E.E.C*.”As to the rules, don’t worry friend, there’s really but a few,
You’ll find that we ignore them – but they all apply to you!
Give and share between us, that’s what it’s all about
You do all the giving, and we all share it out.
It’s very British, is it not, to help a friend in need?
You’ve done it twice in two World Wars, a fact we must concede,
So climb aboard the Market Train, don’t sit there on the side,
Your continental cousins want to take you for a ride.
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Thursday, 12 July 2018
"The Neutralisation of the Church In Preparation for the Coming of the Antichrist" By Gregory R Reid!!
The Chequers Plan Ia A Repackaged Moroccan Model!
Prime Minister Theresa May’s monstrous Chequers proposal has rightly become the subject of intense criticism, and led to a simmering sense of betrayal across the country. However, a minority of Tory Brexiteers have sought to find solace in the belief this plan will be rejected by EU negotiators, and consider it unnecessary to expend too much energy rallying against it. This is a woeful misreading of the situation, and risks us sleepwalking into a deal even worse than the EEA (Norway) option.
For what our Prime Minister is now seeking is not a bespoke trading arrangement, but an off-the-shelf model. This is akin to the Association Agreement (AA) which already exists between the EU and Morocco, signed under an EU foreign policy implement – the European Neighbourhood Policy. This is the “Morocco Model” as described by Professor Gwythian Prins and David Banks of Veterans for Britain.
The Prime Minister’s letter sent to Tory MPs by Number 10 last week hinted at this fact: “We are proposing that the framework for our relationship with the European Union should be an Association Agreement”. Whilst deliberately vague in detail, Mrs May is now unfortunately beginning to sing from the same hymn sheet as Europhiles – such as the European Parliament’s Brexit Co-ordinator, Guy Verhofstadt – who has long banged the drum for such an outcome to negotiations.
Analysing the Government’s Chequers proposal, the similarities with the EU-Morocco Agreement begin to leap out. Firstly, the emphasis on creating a Free Trade Area (FTA) exclusively for goods (including agri-foods) between the two parties, is also the primary focus of the EU-Morocco Agreement. Whilst Tory Brexiteers may seek to placate their concerns about May’s proposal by viewing it as ‘cherry-picking’, and therefore likely to be rejected by EU negotiators, the fact that there is a precedent for these proposals, negates such an assertion.
Reference to a “Common Rulebook” is a duplicitous way of saying Britain would continue following EU rules, and therefore the ECJ would continue to be supreme. This is something Morocco has been forced to experience during the lifetime of its AA with the EU. Having committed to an FTA in goods, Morocco finds itself become increasingly absorbed into the Single Market with every piece of legislation and every ECJ ruling which is passed!
Furthermore, the Government’s acknowledgment that refusal to follow EU rules “would have consequences” for the terms of trade, this is another feature of the EU-Morocco AA.
Moroccan attempts to deviate from the EU’s acquis (body of law), are dissuaded by a convergence mechanism which will install harsher trading restrictions on the country if it seeks to move away from the EU in a certain field. Professor Gwythian Prins argues this would also be the case for Britain under Theresa May’s plans: “If the UK attempts to deviate, then individual parts of the FTA would be threatened with change in order to force UK compliance.”
Elsewhere, Theresa May’s insistence we will be Leaving the Common Fisheries Policy is tapered by her refusal to commit to taking back full control of this policy area in its entirety. Indeed, using the EU-Morocco AA as a template, it is very easy to see how a bilateral Fisheries Partnership Agreement (FPA) could be negotiated – under our noses – which continues to see the ECJ play a role of ultimate arbitration, and would fail to take back control of our coastline.
Given Mrs May has so far failed to commit to a full repatriation of British waters, the notion of a Fisheries Partnership Agreement (FPA) is very much a lurking danger.
These AAs are not merely benign trading arrangements, but are in fact geopolitical devices, utilised by Eurocrats to drag third countries into the EU’s gravitational pull. In many cases they act as a precursor to even greater co-operation and integration. For instance, the 6 Western Balkans countries who are on the conveyor belt towards EU Membership, have used AAs as the cornerstone of their accession process. They entail the signatory acceptance of EU rules, acknowledging the ECJ reigns supreme, and signing up to mechanisms which prevent regulatory divergence by means of coercion. In essence, these deals seek to gear a third country’s entire legal system, trading horizons, standards and norms towards the EU’s.
This is the very antithesis of what the Great British Public voted for in the EU Referendum.
The Brexit decision was a vote of confidence in this country by the people. A belief that we should not shackle ourselves to the EU, be dragged into its legislative quagmire, or restrict our international outlook to just across the English Channel. But rather, we should pull ourselves out of EU’s sphere of influence and make our own decisions.
The Chequers proposal faces a very real chance of being accepted by European negotiators – after all, it’s their idea. If this happens, Theresa May would have lumbered us with an Association Agreement which does not deliver any of the prizes of Brexit, and this does not respect the Great British public’s decision to get Britain out of the EU.
As the UN and the rest of the World continue to blame Israel for all sorts of things, including the theft of rain clouds in Iran that is causing their severe drought, according to one of Iran's top Generals, it is great to see that Israeli technology was at the heart of the Thailand Soccer team rescue.
Since June 23rd a group of 12 boys and their Coach were cut off in some caves following a heavy downpour that blocked their escape. Tribute must be paid to all involved in the rescue, but it was an Israeli technology firm - Maxtech Networks that was at the forefront in providing specialist underground communications for the rescue effort. It would seem, wherever there is a disaster around the world - Israel is there providing aid and expertise.
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Israel is also planning to plant an Israeli flag on the moon in early 2019. The SpaceIL Corporation has announced a mission that would make Israel the fourth country to make a lunar landing. The SpaceIL spacecraft will be launched from the US on a Falcon 9 orbital launch vehicle in December with a Lunar landing to take place on February 13th 2019. Also in Israel, a Byzantine-period Synagogue in Huqoq is once again proving to be an eye opener. In its 8th dig season the fifth Century synagogue excavated in the Galilee has uncovered a mosaic flooring that depicts many biblical stories, including the Israelite spies in Canaan. The depictions are said to be 'unparalleled' and have not been found in any other synagogue.
Ireland - Israel has condemned the reintroduction of a bill in Ireland that would outlaw the import and sale of Israeli goods made in Judea and Samaria as an "Immoral" move that encourages terrorism.
The Embassy of Israel is concerned by bills that further the divisions between Israel and the Palestinians. Legislation, which promotes a boycott of any kind, should be rejected as it does nothing to achieve peace but rather empowers the Hamas terrorists as well as those Palestinians who refuse to come to the negotiating table," the Israeli Mission in Dublin said in a statement on 4th July.
South Africa - Ambassador Sisa Ngombane was recalled in May after IDF troops allegedly killed more than 50 Palestinian protestors at the Israeli-Gaza border . It has since been proved that the majority of those killed belonged to Hamas and were legitimate targets.
South Africa will not be reinstating its ambassador to Israel, despite pressure from Jewish groups in the country.
The ruling African National Congress party recently called for the downgrading of the South African Embassy in Israel, which is located in Tel Aviv, due to what it said was the "lack of commitment from Israel on Palestine"
Poland - Poland has backed down from a controversial new law which called for prison terms of up to three years for falsely accusing the Polish nation of Holocaust crimes that were committed by Nazi Germany.
A new version of the law removes the criminal provisions. Authorities were furious that foreign media sometimes called Auschwitz and other German death camps "Polish death camps" because they were operated on occupied Polish Territory. But the law sparked a major diplomatic crisis with Israel, where many felt it was an attempt to whitewash Polish violence against Jews in the Second World war.
Prince William - The Prince's tour of Israel appears to have gone well with him attending the Western Wall wearing a Kippa and placing a message in the cracks of the wall.
His three day visit saw him appearing dignified and statesmanlike at meetings with premier Benjamin Netanyahu and president Reuven Rivlin.
On his visit to Jerusalem's Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial he voiced his horror at the sight of shoes left behind by Jews murdered by the Nazis. Yad Vashem chairman, Avner Shalev said of the Prince "He wondered what kind of deep hatred could have driven people to commit such horrific acts".
US - Trump advisor Jared Kushner has said that America will soon present its Israeli-Palestinian peace plan....with or without input from Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas. Kushner said that if Abbas was not willing to return to negotiations, America would likely air its blueprint for peace publicly.
Israel enthusiastically welcomed the news that the US is withdrawing from the UN Human Rights council over its bias against the Jewish State. The US decision to leave this prejudiced body is an unequivocal statement that enough is enough.
US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, called the HRC "an organisation that is not worthy of its name". She said that America had given the organisation "opportunity after opportunity" to make changes. The HRC membership includes accused human rights abusers such as China, Cuba, Venezuela and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Bulgaria - As a 'first step', Bulgaria is to open an honorary consulate in Jerusalem. Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said "Bulgaria is convinced that the Jewish people's relation to Jerusalem is indisputable".
Czech Republic - At the end of may the Czech Republic reopened its honorary consulate in Jerusalem. It has been closed since 2016. The Czech Embassy has been in Tel Aviv since 1949. The Czech Foreign Ministry says it considers Jerusalem to be the capital of both Israel and the future Palestinian State.
Guatemala - Israeli medics are treating victims of the devastating Fuega volcano eruption using a special enzyme developed at Soroka-University medical Centre in Beersheba.
The enzyme helps the speedy recovery of burns and reduces the need for surgery
Roman Abramovich - The Russian billionaire businessman and owner of Chelsea Football Club has made Aliyah. He landed at Tel Aviv's Ben-Gurian Airport where he met interior ministry officials....and received his Israeli ID card. Sources state that he had been planning the move for some time and that he is very committed to Israel. He is currently building a mansion in the upmarket Neve Tzedek area of Tel Aviv.
Keep praying for Israel, for the peace of Jerusalem and for the salvation of the Jewish people.