Archive for July 31st, 2011
UKIP has thrown its weight behind the Daily Express ePetition calling
for a referendum on the EU, with just 100,000 names needed before the Government considers a debate in Parliament on the issue.
UKIP Leader Nigel Farage urged all Party members and supporters to add their names to the ePetition as soon as possible.
He said: “This is a real chance to force the Government into a proper, Parlimentary debate on an issue that affects everyone in the UK, every single day of their lives but on which they have been denied a say so far.
“So we back the Daily Express call for an EU referendum and I hope every UKIP member, their families, friends anbd work colleagues will add their names to the ePetition.
Use all the tools at your disposal to spread the word. Put it on your Facebook page, re-tweet on Twitter, whatever it takes, spread the word.
“The Government has said it will consider any issue for Parliamentary debate if 100,000 people put their names to it. With the weight of feeling about the EU in this country, particularly over the economic bailouts,
we could easily achieve 10 times that number!
“This is also a chance for UKIP to call on support for the petition from across the
board and put Nation before Party. At last, we could be given a say on the one big question: In or out?
“So, please, add your name now!”
The song is meant to stand-alone, to find a home on your personal music playlist.
Still, there’s no doubt that just seeing this cross-section of photos with the music creates a powerful emotional experience. You can watch it through this site above, or you can watch it on You Tube. The icon will take you to a version where the lyrics are visible.
We can’t vouch for every single picture that is included here, we do know that most of them — like the Belgian triangle photo to the left — have passionate defenders of their authenticity.
By the way, the photo we use in our cover is one of the most famous (and credible) in the entire history of unidentified flying objects. It was taken May 11, 1950 by Paul and Evelyn Trent on their farm in McMinnville, Oregon. As we write this, 2010 marks the 60th anniversary of the day they were taken. Read detailed history here. We assume that most people want their sighting photos used in the service of furthering Disclosure. However, if any photographer wishes theirs removed, we’ll do it without protest.
Finally, if you like “Need-to-Know” as a piece of music, there’s no better sound than the 256 kbps version you can get at iTunes.