The purpose of “The Retro-digitize 1992 Single Market Campaign” is to make available via photo, text and video sharing services all the original publicity created by the Conservative government leading up to the 1992 Single Market. This is so people can be better informed how much the agenda has moved on or “strayed”, depending on the point of view.
Knowledge of the history of the DTI Know-How fund and the role of such organisations as The Tide2000 Business Club during the early 1990s East-West technology transfer is an important step towards imposing tougher restrictions upon economic migrants from Eastern. Understanding this background history better helps explain how a new European Marshall Plan for Eastern Europe could provide a sensible alternative to fund capital transfers by the old ways, rather than by migrant remittances to Eastern Europe.
Proposed E-Democracy Clause for European Parliament
The proposal is that the European Parliament establishes a working party to collate in electronic format a comprehensive index of all published information on “electronic democracy” and other keywords of similar meaning. That appropriate weight is given under this index classification to observe Europe’s inheritance of democratic traditions to function both as monarchies and republics. To recognise within this appraisal process that Europe’s future path towards a more inclusive electronic democracy process cannot be safely done without proper consideration of how such traditions afford nations political safeguards. To apply the indexing and updating process so it identifies and highlights areas where protection of democratic freedoms may require the dual provision of statutory clauses in any proposed future European constitution.
Should all else fail…
Foundation of the West European Nationalist Party
We affirm the singularity of purpose behind the European Single Market of 1992 and supports the aims of the West European Nationalists to create a new semi-autonomous union for all the East European nations outside of the “Single Market”, to terminate within due process of the law all leases for the stationing of American military bases in Western Europe and to lobby NATO to immediately desist from further satellite shield building aggressions against Russia under threat of subsequent motion for its dissolution.
An 8/24 Proposal for Western Europe
This proposes a European flag/languages ratio conversion from the current 9/12 ratio to 8/24. The reduction of the number of languages to 8 is specifically targeted at removing English as an official language. While this might seem counter-intuitive, it obviously is the only language that could be removed without prejudice. English remains unique in the world through the American position of economic powerhouse and only vague illusion would confer on Britain any current position in maintaining its preferred use as second language amongst other European nations. The benefits to removing English as an official language are multiple:
- Europe will be less inclined to protective measures against cultural erosion, protected behind natural language barriers that are not threatened by global necessity. France’s leading position in fighting to preserve the authenticity of its language syntax need not do so with such fervour once the fear of encroachment of Americanism’s is not added to by a natural rivalry with the British and Irish.
- Budgetary costs will be dramatically saved by the reduction in just one official language. Such translation as is necessary can be re-directed through Canada, the French Canadians being the solution to any translation needs from French. Translators are a costly and scarce resource, not more so than in the discipline of the English language and these translators will be easily mopped up the general global business community. Translation costs saved, operating costs within the European and global business community will fall.
- Parliamentary candidates from Britain to the European Parliament will come to reflect a more genuine European social and cultural outlook. Pre-selection will mainly determine that elected candidates can express themselves in one of the remaining 8 official languages, and Europe will spared the English embarrassment of being a second rate political route for parliamentary failures. With time, the European Parliament could evolve so that the use of English within it was indeed forbidden by social convention. Thus for example bilingual Scotsmen would represent Scotland with a sophisticated European outlook that matched their non-English speaking counterparts. This can never happen while English remains the first language of America and every candidate with English as the mother tongue holds special status as a free language tutor in the business language of first choice.
- Such arrangements as current with the 9 official languages, while seeming fair, only serve to exacerbate cultural distances by allowing the English language to dominate through the an accidental consequence of distant colonial history. Without change, Britain will retain in a peculiar and uncomfortable position vis-à-vis Europe. This is far beyond any treatment warranted that the status of land not adjoining a continent could be. It also serves to exaggerate the democratic deficit when the European Parliament or The Commission easily becomes a welcoming bolt-hole for failed or retired UK politicians with the gift of the gab.
The advantage of 24 stars in the European flag rather than 12 is not concrete. However it is a commitment to the expansion of the number of European states within the European Union (which has been above 12 for some time). The actual expansion of the number of states above the existing number may not be desirable, but at least the doubling of the symbolic representation of states involved by a flag improvement would meet with approval from the external nations and onlookers in general. Since some type of expansion began occurring with the amplification of 2004, hostility to reversing some of these changes can be mitigated with the use of such symbolism. The West European Nationalist Party looks forward to a time when East-West integration will take place without wage exploitation, something possible only once equivalent standards of living are attained.