A full, frank and controversial account of five years fighting the EU from within the castle walls. The first ever blow-by-blow memoirs of a British MEP.
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Sensational new evidence wrung out of the EU reveals, claims the author, industrial-scale institutionalised looting of British taxpayers’ money; indisputable evidence of endemic EU corruption and fraud; huge hidden cash piles as the EU demands more; uncontrolled migration across EU’s eastern borders totally ignored.
Illegal seizure of power and control from nation states; dilution of national identities by mass migration and imported criminality; secret committees endlessly planning new EU ‘law’; refusals by the Serious Fraud Office and Scotland Yard to examine unequivocal evidence of illegal payments to Brussels; EU officials deliberately misleading the House of Lords; millions in soft loans to the BBC to buy editorial support; and the European Central Bank authorising a flood of new 500-euro banknotes, used mainly by drug barons for money laundering.
There is also author's full story of the UK/EU’s connivance to throw him out of the European Parliament. It failed, but cost the British taxpayer over £1 million: “Brussels was no gravy train. This was politics with a passion. This was kill or be killed – and I almost was. I was also a known guerrilla inside the gates of the citadel. That’s what truly frightened them.”
Ashley Mote is a columnist, broadcaster and political campaigner with a special interest in British constitutional history. His first book - Vigilance - A Defence of British Liberty was one of the fastest-selling books about the EU ever published. His second political book, OverCrowded Britain was about the UK’s immigration crisis and was reprinted several times.
From 2004 to 2009 he sat as an independent member of the European Parliament, free to fight for the early withdrawal of the UK from the European Union and the restoration of government of the British by the British for the British. He claims to be one of the few people ever to seek elected political office with the sole intention of putting himself out of a job - a turkey voting for Christmas.