Have you been following the Labour Party conference in Manchester? All eyes, and ears, have been concentrating on (not very flash) Gordon Brown's fight for survival, which is the modern day equivalent of watching a man going to his doom on the scaffolding. These days we no longer have public executions - we have party conferences where the politically doomed try to pretend the axe is not about to fall - but look at heir faces and you see another story. Gordon Brown looks like a terrified rabbit caught in the headlights.
But while one star fades, another ascends, and little David Miliband is doing all he can to make his star rise above all the others. So, what would happen if this little boy wonder managed to place his bum on the big chair in Downing Street? The prospect is too frightening to contemplate.
His background and family history is based on Marxist theories, he is rabidly pro-European Union and he is a danger to our freedom. If you read the extract below of his speech at the Labour conference on Monday 22nd September, you will see that he as no problem with the European Arrest warrant that puts all British subjects at the mercy of foreign courts without any protection from the Government, even in cases where they are accused of crimes that may not be a criminal offence in the UK.
Within his speech he said: "We've talked about being a bridge between Europe and America.
I've made that speech. I'll always defend our alliance with the US and our membership of the EU.
For me, both are permanent commitments, beyond individual personalities, not tactical positions.
But I have to acknowledge that both Europe and America are less popular now than ten years ago. It's not enough to talk about a bridge. So what do we do? Some want distance from America.
Others want distance from Europe. The Tories want divorce from both. But those are the wrong lessons. We share core values with America. It has more power for good than any nation in the world.
And we must come together in a great project.
In the 1940s and 50s we built international institutions to promote peace for a divided globe.
Today, we need institutions which re-define the global rules for our shared planet.
From Burma to Zimbabwe we need to ensure all countries feel it's better to play by the rules rather than ignore them.
And while I'm at it wasn't it brilliant to see Aung San Suu Kyi alive and well outside her house last week. I think it will be a hundred times better when she takes her rightful place as the elected leader of a free and democratic Burma.
And the EU, for all the attacks on it, is one international institution we need today. The European Arrest Warrant snared the 21st July bomber. European commitments are leading the fight against climate change.
Europe needs to look out, not in, to the problems beyond its borders that define insecurity within our borders. It doesn't need institutional navel-gazing and that is why the Reform Treaty abandons fundamental constitutional reform and offers clear protections for national sovereignty. It should be studied and passed by Parliament.
And to every Tory MP we should say: there are 8 members of your shadow cabinet who voted against a referendum on The Maastricht Treaty in 1992. Europe has divided them for 15 years and it's not going to divide us."
He is devious with the truth also, note what he said about the Lisbon Treaty which he still calls the "Reform Treaty". As we all know this is the EU constitution in all but name and it has been designed to destroy national sovereignty, not protect it as he tries to deceive. If he becomes the Prime Minister of this once fair land, then we are finished, he is a danger to British sovereignty.
A bit more to see on the Daily Telegraph site.