Patriotic Voices from Europe


Roger Helmer MEP speaks at one hour and three minutes

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10 Responses to Patriotic Voices from Europe

  1. omanuel says:

    Thank you, Roger, for being one of the patriotic voices from Europe.

    Thanks to the Climategate scandal, the public is awakening to the misuse of science as a tool of government propaganda. Respect for veracity in science is closely linked with respect for legal rights of citizens.

  2. Jane Davies says:

    Well done both of you! How were you received across the pond?

  3. omanuel says:

    Thanks to 2009 Climategate emails and hints left behind by two great scientists that died in 2001 – mathematician, cosmologist and astronomer, Sir Fred Hoyle, and nuclear geo-chemist, Paul Kazuo Kuroda, we may understand the motivation to hide the FORCE they cannot control:

    AGW (Anthropologic Global Warming) is the latest in a ~500 year effort by foolish world leaders to hide a FORCE they cannot control after Copernicus reported a giant fountain of energy at the gravitational center of the solar system in 1543.

    Atomic bombs at the end of WWII revealed the fountain’s source of energy, but nations and the national academies of science were united into a giant, world-wide Orwellian Ministry of Consensus Science (UN)Truths on 24 Oct 1945 to prevent public knowledge of NEUTRON REPULSION, the Force of Creation & Destruction of Matter in cores of galaxies, ordinary stars, some planets and all atoms heavier than ~150 amu (atomic mass units), including uranium and plutonium atoms that:

    1. Vaporized Hiroshima and Nagasaki on 6 & 9 Aug 1945 and

    2. Induced insanity (loss of contact with reality) in humanity

    Click to access Introduction.pdf

    FEAR, driven by Aston’s warning that Earth might be converted into a star [1], convinced leaders of independent nations and national academies of science to ignore the basic tenets of democratic government and science, and:

    _ a.) Marie Curie’s admonition: “Nothing is to be feared. It is to be understood.”

    _ b.) Max Planck’s insight [2] into reality: “There is no matter as such!”

    _ c.) Paul Kuroda’s revelation [3] when viewing Hiroshima’s ruins in Aug 1945: “the beginning of the world may have been just like this.”

    Now as NEUTRON REPULSION is revealed as the energy used to power the cosmos, the Sun and to endow us with “inalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,” . . .

    the remainder of Max Planck’s 1944 speech [1] assures us, There is no matter as such! All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force which brings the particles of an atom to vibration and holds this most minute solar system of the atom together . . . We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter.”

    We humans are each products of a FORCE guided by a conscious and intelligent Mind that mortal leaders cannot control or manipulate:

    Click to access Benevolent_Universe.pdf


    1. F. W. Aston, “Mass spectra and isotopes,” Nobel Prize Lecture (12 Dec 1922). Aston’s promise and warning on nuclear energy are in the last paragraph.

    2. Max Planck, a speech in Florence, Italy in 1944, entitled “Das Wesen der Materie” (The Essence/ Nature/ Character of Matter) Quelle: Archiv zur Geschichte der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Abt. Va, Rep. 11 Planck, Nr. 1797:

    3. P. K. Kuroda, The Origin of the Chemical Elements and the Oklo Phenomenon (Springer, 165 pages, Dec 1982). The quote is on pp 2-3.

  4. Thomas Fox says:

    UKIP do speak with clarity on the direction of Europe but our Westminster PM,s convey much muddle headedness like EU climate consensus which only they have the power to change ?

  5. Brin Jenkins says:

    Roger can you publish the current total installed renewable investment capital figure?

    Today (18July) I see our electrical demand for the UK is 26Gw, with wind contributing 14% which is as high as I have seen it. Projecting renewable generation to 100% we would need 7 * more generation in commission! Then backup generation to cover windless and darkness starts to look an even more alarming and expensive problem.

    • Ex-expat Colin says:

      I saw an extra 50 or so stuffed along the M40 above M. Keynes yesteray. About 10 a year or so ago. I feel left out in Worcestershire…the wind is not reliable.

  6. Hugh Davis says:

    For anyone who did not make it beyond Roger’s excellent contribution in the above video, can i recommend fast fowarding to Mischaël Modrikamen at 2.06.44 for a nightmare description of Belgium as it now is. It should be required viewing for anyone who believes that remaining in the EU is an acceptable option because this is the destination that the EU is resolutely leading us towards. Do not view unless you are prepared to be thoroughly depressed!

    • Jane Davies says:

      Thanks Hugh for the heads up, I had not gone that far. Depressing indeed and I had not realised things were so bad in Belgium. The EU is crumbling from within, which in some ways is a good thing but makes one wonder why those politicians who are there representing the good hard working folk still bang on about how great everything is, their dishonesty is breathtaking. Is it the Emperors new clothes syndrome or something else more sinister which they are blindly following? The sooner this whole disastrous organisation implodes the better, but as Greece has discovered it’s the people, the workers of the country, who pay for political cock ups so there will be a high price to pay when this house of cars comes tumbling down.

      • Ex-expat Colin says:

        I used to drive through Belgium fairly often in the 70’s. Not a pleasant sight..foot down and out. Don’t think they have ever had a stable government and then the damp rag turns up (Herman Van Rompuy – President of the European Council). Seriously odd I always thought.

        I suspect Gert Wilders would verify what was said here (vid) only he’s on the Flemish side… Holland! Extremely liberal Holland, worryingly so.

        I sometimes wonder where the next Europe war will kick off from?

  7. Jane Davies says:

    Here is the reason why those who extol the virtues of the EU do so with blinding faith, it’s an affliction, but is there a cure? It would seem there is and it’s at the end of the article. There is hope everyone…….isn’t there?

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