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« Reply #20 on: March 29, 2014, 09:55:02 PM »

http://www.euronews.com/2014/03/29/ukraine-party-of-regions-nominates-mykhailo-dobkin-as-presidential-candidate/

Ukraine: Party of Regions nominates Mykhailo Dobkin as presidential candidate


The parliamentary faction Party of Regions also officially announced its presidential candidate on Saturday.

Members of Ukraine’s former ruling party will back Mykhailo Dobkin, a pro-Russian businessman and former governor of Kharkiv, the scene of recent protests in the east of the country.

Speaking in Russian, Dobkin said:
“I’m running to get into power. But I will put this power into the regions. I will invest as much of it as necessary in the successful development of the territories. And I know how important it is to have power in the regions. I know it myself, I have been begging for money for eight years in the finance ministry and in many other big and important offices.”

Dobkin recently called for the Ukrainian capital to be moved from Kyiv to Kharkiv, and for Ukraine to adopt a federal structure of government.

In March 2014, he was arrested on charges of leading a separatist movement. The charges were made shortly after the former governor of Kharkiv reportedly participated in a meeting of local officials intent on questioning the legality of the new Ukrainian government.

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A Europe of free Regions and Peoples - from Ireland to Vladivostok.
The only way to liberate Europe and our Peoples from the yoke of the Rodents.
Hundreds of Regions, all protected by the mightiest Imperium the world has ever seen.


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« Reply #21 on: April 02, 2014, 08:22:09 PM »

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 Wednesday, April 2, 2014, 18:50
Italy police arrest 24 for plotting violent Veneto secession

Italian police arrested two dozen separatists including a former parliamentarian today on suspicion of gathering arms to violently split the wealthy northern region of Veneto from the rest of Italy.

The group had converted a bulldozer into a tank with a makeshift cannon and intended to use it in an assault on St. Mark's Square in the region's capital Venice, police said.

Their plan recalled the 1997 seizure of the square's famed bell tower by armed separatists who proclaimed an independent Venetian republic, harking back to the city-state that was a major power in the eastern Mediterranean for centuries until it fell to Napoleon Bonaparte in 1797.

That assault was quashed in a matter of hours.

After searching premises in several regions of Italy, police arrested 24 people on suspicion of terrorism, subversion of the democratic order and making and possessing weapons of war. Twenty-seven others are under investigation, police said.

Those arrested included Franco Rocchetta, a former lawmaker and campaigner for Venetian independence who helped organise an self-styled "referendum" that caught attention abroad last month because it took place during the Russian annexation of Crimea.

The "referendum" was an online poll that said 89 percent of respondents voted for Veneto to break away from Italy.


Today's arrests coincided with a vote in parliament to move to decriminalise clandestine immigration, enraging the Northern League which had backed the law that made it a criminal offence punishable by detention and fines in 2009.

The Northern League, which has long campaigned for the autonomy of Italy's rich northern regions, said it would rally in the northern city of Verona on Sunday to protest against the arrests and the softening of the immigration law.

Rocchetta was a founding member of the League, which has 4 percent of the seats in parliament, but has since left it.

"We call on the Venetians and all those who can no longer bear the intolerable oppression of the central state to fly the flag of St. Mark from their homes to show their solidarity with the Venetians and Lombards who have been unjustly imprisoned," Northern League Senate leader Massimo Bitonci said.

"A state that cancels the crime of clandestine immigration ... can only bring ridicule by imprisoning those ... who are fighting for the freedom of their people," he said.

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The snarling fangs of today's "Democracy".
Arresting law abiding citizens on suspicion of seeking Freedom for their Region.
Freedom from a Judaic-Mafia central Govt.

Schultz (our dear friend) and his Tribe, will oppose Regional secession everywhere.
The Rodents realize that they wouldn't be able to control 300 Regions.
They would rather control a Hollande or a Sarkozy, or a Jew ridden British Govt.

But the Rodents will fail - their 4,600 year old Era of Darkness, ended in Dec 2012.
Now, it is Our Age, the Aryan Age: The Golden Dawn.
Nothing, but nothing can stop our Europa: A Europe of free Regions and Peoples.


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« Reply #22 on: September 11, 2014, 05:51:16 PM »

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20140911/world/silent-europe-aghast-at-possible-breakup-of-britain.535317

 Thursday, September 11, 2014, 17:16 by
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Silent Europe aghast at possible breakup of Britain


 Britain's international partners are aghast, mostly in silence, at the possibility one of the leading Western powers could break up and turn in on itself if Scotland votes for independence from London.

Many fear such a split would foreshadow a British exit from the European Union, on which Prime Minister David Cameron has promised a referendum in 2017, weakening the world's sixth largest economy and its continental partners.

Some also fear it would set a precedent, boosting separatism in Catalonia and elsewhere in Europe. Independence campaigners from around the continent have underlined this by flocking to Edinburgh to support the "Yes" campaign in the September 18 vote and to draw lessons for their own struggle.

Some posed for a group photograph with Scottish nationalist leader Alex Salmond, now racing to turn narrowing opinion polls into a win in the September 18 vote.

The idea is not sitting well in leading capitals.

US President Barack Obama has been forthright in urging Britons to stay together and in the EU.

"We obviously have a deep interest in making sure that one of the closest allies that we will ever have remains a strong, robust, united and effective partner," Obama said on a visit to Europe in June.

US Navy Secretary Ray Mabus, while stressing it was up to the Scottish people to decide, underlined this week the importance of Scotland in building and basing Britain's nuclear submarine force.

"It would be unwise for an American to take sides in this, but there would be some issues that would require some serious work," he told a Reuters Summit on Wednesday.

Privately, U.S. and European officials say they are concerned that a Britain amputated of a third of its territory and 8 percent of its population would be more introverted and less willing to engage in military coalitions abroad.

While France has said it is willing to join Obama in air strikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq, Cameron has played for time and avoided a clear commitment so far.

Last year Cameron failed to win parliamentary support for joining proposed US air strikes in Syria, reinforcing opposition in the US Congress that eventually prompted Obama to abandon the plan.

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European partners have tried to be quietly supportive of Cameron on Scotland, underlining how keen they are to keep Britain in the EU, while privately puzzling over his decision to risk everything on two uncertain referendums.

"A Scottish exit from the union (with England, Wales and Northern Ireland) would be bound to heat up the debate about an early referendum (on leaving the EU)," said Phillip Missfelder, foreign policy spokesman for Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives in the German parliament.

Merkel has made clear Berlin wants to keep Britain in the EU and is willing to accommodate some of London's demands for changes to help Cameron win the in/out plebiscite he has promised if he is re-elected next year.

Publicly, she has avoided taking sides, saying: "There's a fair campaign taking place. So I have nothing to criticise. I also think the British are not waiting for advice from the German chancellor on what to do, let alone the Scots."

But German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier was less diplomatic on Thursday. "I would openly admit that I would rather see Great Britain remain together," he told a news conference in Berlin with his British counterpart Philip Hammond.

In highly centralised France, it is the precedent of separatism that is causing most political anguish.

"The idea that this can happen in Europe in regions like Scotland -- even though it isn't at all the same context -- demonstrates that frontiers are exploding and this is worrying," said Socialist lawmaker Patricia Adam, who chairs the parliament's defence committee.

Some European diplomats are alarmed by Cameron's high-wire strategy for trying to hold the country together and in Europe. "How could he take such ill-calculated risks?" a French diplomat asked privately.

He pointed to France's own history of lost referendums that brought down President Charles de Gaulle in 1969, stopped a proposed EU constitution in 2005 and very nearly killed off Europe's single currency before it was born in 1992, when voters approved the Maastricht Treaty by a whisker.

If Scotland does vote for independence, its future status with the EU could be a matter of lengthy dispute.

European Commission chief Jose Manuel Barroso infuriated nationalists in February by saying a breakaway Scotland would have to reapply for EU membership and would find it "extremely difficult, if not impossible" to gain unanimous approval.

Some legal scholars question his stance, citing the precedent of Algeria, which kept an associate status with the European Economic Community for six years after gaining independence from France in 1962.

Diplomats say the Commission was bound to support Britain, a member state, in its legal interpretation before the vote. But EU governments would be likely to take a more pragmatic approach to Scotland if the vote was won.

NEW STATES?

International law professor Nicolas Levrat of the Institute of Global Studies at Geneva University said Scotland could start a multiplication of new states that would force the EU to reform its governance.

"If Scotland becomes an independent state and manages to get into the EU, it will not be the only one. There will be what we call a domino effect," he said, citing Spain's autonomous provinces of Catalonia and the Basque Country.

The Catalans are the most immediate issue but support for independence is much more limited in other parts of Europe such as Flanders in Belgium or the swathe of Northern Italy which separatists call Padania.

The main Flemish nationalist party, the N-VA, has played down its separatist agenda and is about to join a Belgian federal government for the first time. Support for independence in Flanders is only about 10-15 percent, said Dave Sinardet, a political scientist at the Free University of Brussels.

The Catalan government wants to hold a consultative referendum on statehood on Nov. 9 but the Spanish government says that is illegal.

"The Scottish vote for us is an injection of enthusiasm and hope," said Alfred Bosch, spokesman for Catalonia's Republican Left party. "The difference is that the UK government has been democratic and allowed it, but the Spanish government hasn't."

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has been silent on Scotland but the head of the Catalan regional government, Artur Mas, has said a Scottish "Yes" would be positive for the independence movement.

Conservative Spanish commentators have slammed Cameron for allowing the Scottish vote. Respected columnist Jose Antonio Zarzalejos called it "one of the greatest risks for the EU and for Great Britain in 300 years".

"If secession in Scotland prospers because of Cameron's huge and historic clumsiness, the EU will jump into action so that similar situations are not repeated, and it will pressure governments to negotiate with the secessionist movements we already have," he wrote on elconfidencial.com.

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The Rodents, like Barroso and Schultz are terrified of a Europe of Regions and Peoples.
For the Rodents would not be able to control 300 Regions - from Ireland to Lithuania.
They rather have Rodents leading European countries: Mendez France, Pompidou, Sarkozy, Hollande...

But the Rodents will fail - their 4,600 year old Era of Darkness, ended in Dec 2012.
Now, it is Our Age, the Aryan Age: The Golden Dawn.
Nothing, but nothing can stop our Europa: A Europe of free Regions and Peoples.

And to think that We, of Imperium Europa were ready on standby to lead this Nova Europa.
Malta would have been the leading light of a New Europe.
But Il Gahan Malti voted over 2cents petrol.


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« Reply #23 on: September 12, 2014, 05:55:42 AM »

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20140911/world/catalans-march-for-referendum-poll.535324

 Thursday, September 11, 2014, 19:18 by PA

Catalans march for referendum poll


Separatists in north-eastern Spain swarmed Barcelona by the tens of thousands today, waving independence flags as they demanded an independence referendum that the Spanish government insists would be illegal.

Many sported yellow-and-red shirts with the phrase "Now is the time" and shouted "Independencia!" in Catalan as they crowded two avenues that look like a "V'' from the air and positioned themselves there to signify their desire to vote, getting a boost from Scotland's upcoming independence referendum.

Television images showed masses of at least tens of thousands of people participating as the protest got under way.

Organisers said 500,000 people had registered but Catalonia's regional government said it would not provide a crowd count until the event finished.

Catalonia regional leader Artur Mas said his government is not wavering from plans to hold a November 9 referendum in the region of 7.6 million people, even though experts say any attempt is sure to be blocked by Spain's Constitutional Court. Mr Mas has repeatedly said he will not call an illegal vote.

Polls have suggested that Scotland's independence vote on September 18 is too close to call and that has captivated a wide variety of groups in addition to Catalan separatists.

They include pro-independence Basques in northern Spain; Corsicans who want to break away from France; Italians from several northern regions; and Flemish speakers in Belgium demanding more autonomy, independence or union with the Netherlands.

"The dynamics at this point are with the Yes side, and if the Yes side actually wins it creates a strong precedent," said Hugh O'Donnell, a professor of cultural politics at Glasgow Caledonian University.

Unlike the Scottish ballot, a vote in Catalonia would not result in secession.

Mr Mas' proposed referendum would ask Catalans whether they favour secession. If the answer is Yes, he says, that would give him a political mandate to negotiate a path toward independence.

Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy has vowed to block the vote because Spain's constitution does not allow referendums that do not include all Spaniards, but Mr Mas told reporters that would be a mistake.

"The Catalan issue is one of the biggest issues the Spanish government is facing," Mr Mas said.

"It is an error to try and solve this through legal means. Political problems are solved through politics, not with legal threats."

If Madrid refuses to allow an independence vote, a go-ahead by Mr Mas could put him in perilous legal terrain.

When the northern Basque region failed to obtain permission for a similar referendum in 2005, Spain said Basque leaders could face jail if they went ahead.

The next step for Mr Mas comes the day after Scotland's vote, when the Catalan parliament is expected to approve a measure giving him the power to call a referendum.

His government is then expected to ask Spain's Constitutional Court to rule the vote illegal and experts believe the court will do so.

If that happens and Mr Mas decides to obey the ruling, he could hold Catalan regional elections as an unofficial referendum, with parties obliged to state where they stand on independence.

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Nova Europa the Europe of Regions and Peoples.
We anticipated this over 15 years ago in our Book: CREDO.
At the last MEP Elections, We of Imperium Europa, were ready to lead this emerging New Europe.

But, Il-Gahan Malti voted over 2cents petrol!


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« Reply #24 on: September 15, 2014, 12:09:31 PM »

Scotland on verge of 'independence lite' - 15/09/2014 09:14:38
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Scottish people are preparing for a historic referendum that could partly
end their union with the UK, but still seek to keep the pound and the
British queen.

http://euobserver.com/political/125607

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Our coming Europe of Regions and Peoples.
And We could have led these free Regions into another block.
And Region by Region, we would have cleaned our Nova Europa of Rodents and Kaffirs.

But il-Gahan Malti voted for 2cents petrol!


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« Reply #25 on: September 17, 2014, 10:26:42 AM »

The road ahead for an independent Scotland - 16/09/2014 12:43:08
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The biggest post-independence decision for Edinburgh will be whether to
apply for EU membership
and with it, access to the single market.

http://euobserver.com/opinion/125639

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But of course, Scotland has to remain in the EU.
Be a symbol for freedom seeking Regions all across Europe.
Together, We will take over this mercantile, Jewish dominated EU and move towards Nova Europa.


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« Reply #26 on: September 19, 2014, 07:27:59 AM »

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20140919/world/update-4-scotland-rejects-independence.536282

 Friday, September 19, 2014, 04:51 by
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 Scotland rejects independence
'No' win expected to be around 55%


Scotland has rejected independence, despite the Yes campaign winning a majority in the largest city.

Overall, the No vote won more than 55.4 per cent of the votes.

While Glasgow voted in favour of independence, the margin of victory was not large enough to give Alex Salmond and his campaign the momentum they need. Edinburgh, the second biggest city, voted No.

There were also wins for Yes in three of Scotland's 32 local authority areas - Dundee, West Dunbartonshire and North Lanarkshire.

While there was a comfortable majority in Dundee, the turnout in the city was 78.8% - lower than many other parts of Scotland, indicating that the Yes campaign has not managed to get voters out in sufficient numbers.

The turnout in Glasgow was even lower at 75%, with 194,779 Yes votes (53.49%) and 169,347 No votes (46.51%)....contd

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Scotland missed its golden chance.
A case of the ingrained inferiority complex of the Jocks, vis-a-vis the Brits.
In the army, it is always the Jock who volounteers for dangerous missions - trying to prove themselves in the eyes of the Brits.

But 47% of the Scots, overcame this inferiority complex and strove for Regional freedom.
An example to the rest of Europe, to the many other Regions seeking autonomy.
This is an unstoppable, ongoing struggle towards Nova Europa - our Europe of Regions and Peoples.

Of course, the Rodents will rejoice at this result -
Schultz and his Tribe, will be able to continue their control of Europe, through the artificial Nation States.
But they, the Rodents in Human Form, are in rapid decline - and no one knows it better, than themselves.


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« Reply #27 on: September 19, 2014, 10:32:00 AM »

Scotland chooses to stay in UK - 19/09/2014 07:10:07
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Voters in Scotland have said No to independence from the UK, but the
intense campaigning and record-high turnout are models for separatist
movements elsewhere in Europe.


http://euobserver.com/political/125677

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Exactly!
Nothing can stop the march towards our Nova Europa - a Europe of Regions and Peoples.
Each Region, 300 of them, will organically choose its own way of life, customs, traditions, dialects...

We will yet break the strangle hold of the Rodents, over the White Man.


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« Reply #28 on: September 20, 2014, 10:17:58 AM »

1. Catalonia to press ahead with referendum after Scottish No - 19/09/2014 16:06:43
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Catalan leader Artur Mas has said the Scottish referendum has reinforced
his plan to hold a similar vote at home.

http://euobserver.com/institutional/125694


2. Cameron promises more devolution across UK - 19/09/2014 09:32:46
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Prime Minister David Cameron has promised more powers will be devolved to
all parts of the UK while expressing his delight that Scotland voted to
stay a part of the United Kingdom.

http://euobserver.com/political/125684


3. [Opinion] Scotland's referendum - nothing and everything changes - 19/09/2014 15:04:10
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Scottish people voted with a decisive majority against independence but the
conversation in the UK has only just begun. And the EU will be listening
closely

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Onwards all across Europe, towards a Nova Europa!

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« Reply #29 on: September 22, 2014, 06:58:58 PM »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUR-HgAtwtg

Video evidence shows Scottish Referendum was a fraud.
Some reports of a 91% turn out.
"It's not the votes, its who counts them" - Stalin

Just from the video and the pictures alone, we can clearly see errors!
This is video proof, showing the votes were changed to "NO" on purpose!
These images would stand up in a court of law.

Remember, Scotland produces 80% of the UK's GDP.
The Jocks, with their inferiority complex, missed their golden chance.
You crofters and sheep shaggers!


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