Why do some live and some die?

Why do some live and some die? Evolution by natural selection. Every now and again DNA mutates. Animals are born with bigger eyes and can find their food quicker and hence grow stronger. The weaker animals will die. And the strong genes passed to a new generation. Originally on the earth their was just one continent this broke apart and animals island hopped. This is why birds of paradise look different on various island found in the Asian archipelagos. The Darwin – Wallace theory of origin of the species was published. Wallace sent his notes to Darwin who took all the credit for the idea of Evolution and Natural selection. These finding go against the notion of God because if God created all the animals then they would look the same where ever you would find them on our planet.

DNA was sequenced in Northampton where I live. By studying males who have lived in the same location as their Grandads we have learned a lot about the UK. Those on the Shetlands, Hebrides, Isle of Man and Dublin have Norwegian Viking markers. A mouse is found on the Shetlands that is only found in France showing the Franks traveled up the coast. Where I come from the Danish vikings called York in Yorkshire Yorvik but the Danes where put to death by the Anglo-Saxons. England was conquered by the French speaking Normans in 1066 who came from France but originally from Scandinavia In Wales, Cornwall and Brittany people have Celtic DNA – these people fled from the Anglo-Saxons. Originally England was connected to Spain so some English people have DNA that originates from the Basque area of Spain. Animals on Islands also evolve quicker due to the unique environment. The Anglo-Saxon’s are a generic term for the Angles, Saxons, Jutes, Frisians and Vermi. These people came from Holland, Germany and Denmark. Anglo-Saxons fought each other for control of England – some still worshiped the pagan God of Woden and others became Christians. Anglo Saxon history is thus biased because it was first written by the monks – the venerable Bede in Northumberland wrote about the Saxons in the North. Yet the biggest Anglo-Saxon Kingdom was Mercia but these were Pagans. The Roman s and Normans built in stone but the Saxons in wood – so not much remains of Anglo-Saxon buildings thus it is called the Dark ages because we know so little about their history. We do know that their Jewellery was made of twisted gold wires with garnets glued on with a honeycomb piece of gold leaf behind to act as reflectors. Where did this gold and garnet stones come from? A few Anglo-Saxon churches still remain in England but most of the monastery’s were destroyed during the reformation when England became a Protestant country.

Now England is being changed forever due to being a member of the EU and all the foreigners coming here plus the Labour party opened up the doors to immigration for Gerrymandering reasons.

The Dane Law line passes through Northampton and people North of this line still have different accents to those in the south.

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Cost of EU Membership

Direct and Indirect Costs of the EU

Estimates of the true cost of the EU are difficult to come by. MPs have called many times for a cost-benefit analysis, to prove or disprove the benefits of membership. Successive Governments, both Labour and Conservative, have refused, on the grounds that the “benefits” are self-evident. In truth they are afraid of what such a study would show. The Bruges Group finally produced an authoritative study in 2008.

The total gross cost to the UK of EU membership in 2008 they estimate at around £65,000,000,000* – including:

£28 billion for business to comply with EU regulations,

£17 billion of additional food costs resulting from the Common Agricultural Policy

£3.3 billion – the value of the catch lost when the Common Fisheries Policy let other countries fish in our territorial waters

£14.6 billion gross paid into the EU budget and other EU funds. (In 2011 this had risen to £19 billion)

It gets worse each year. Used better, this sum could transform the UK – increase pensions, recruit more doctors, nurses, teachers and police, build advanced transport systems and start paying off the national debt.
U.K. has run the biggest trade deficits with Norway, Germany, China, Hong Kong and Netherlands. The biggest trade surpluses were recorded with United States, United Arab Emirates, Australia and Saudi Arabia.
Therefore Germany needs us more than we need them.

England is over populated by 35 percent

England is over populated by 35 percent. This might seem unimportant to most people but to feed the ever expanding population farms have had to get bigger removing hedgerows – this has made many animals and birds on the endangered list. More chemicals and fertilizers have to be used on the farms, (to produce greater yields), which run off to the rivers and pollute our waterways.

what jobs are all the new Foreign Invaders goiung to do in England? We no longer build our own cars or ships and even import Steel from China. We borrow money and then hand it out as Foreign Aid – madness or what?

Our economy can’t support this level of population growth when we have no jobs and most people will be on benefits – how do we pay for the migrants when they get old?

Our country should be more like Germany they make their Police etc use only German cars.

We need a freeze now on immigration and pull out of the EU to reclaim our land.

How can Greece get out of the mire?

Greece has been given £110 billion Euro’s to bail it out. It will still have a debt to GDP ratio of 120 percent in 2020 so faces years of austerity. Greece will have to tax businesses more more than 20 percent tax yet Cypus has a tax rate of 5 percent so where would you start a business? The bail out is Germany’s hope of keeping the Euro zone alive and well and stoping contagion. The Euro makes German exports artifficially cheap. German puppets now sit at the head of Greece and Italy.

Germany owes Greeks £60 billion.

The SS indulged their bloodlust on men, women and children alike. While homes and shops blazed around them like some hellish inferno, women were violated and those who were pregnant were stabbed in the guts. Small babies were bayoneted in their cribs. The village priest was beheaded.

By the time Hitler’s men had left the Greek village of Distomo near the ancient town of Delphi on that bloody day in June 1944, 218 people were dead.

The Waffen-SS was pleased with its work: the local partisans who had dared to attack a German unit had been taught a bitter lesson in revenge.

Hitler’s men even raided the Greeks’ central bank, forcing them to give Germany a massive ‘war loan’ — one that has never been paid back, more of which later. Economists estimate that if it were repaid today, it could cost the German government £60billion. The memory of that travesty has been reignited this week by Greeks angry at the austerity measures being imposed on them — primarily by Germany as it seeks to stop the euro crisis spinning out of control.