BRAVE NEW EUROPE? 2016
“The nations of Europe should be guided towards a supranational state without their people realising what is happening. This can be achieved by small steps, each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to a federation”—Jean Monnet, acknowledged as the ‘father’ of the EU
This essay is a brief outline of the EU Project, providing essential information you will need before voting in the Referendum on 23rd June 2016
Can we get Britain back?
And our democracy with it?
YES—all we need to do is repeal the 1972 European Communities Act. That can be done within 24 hours. Do not be deceived by arguments about Clause 50 of the Lisbon Treaty: it’s a trap. It would take perhaps five years of negotiating giving the EU ample opportunity to prevaricate and keep kicking the can down the road, would need other EU members to agree and carries horrendous financial penalties.
Is there any other way? – Yes Flexit. Not so good as repeal the 1972 Act but probably more achievable.
Is the EU a democratic state?
I’ve mentioned democracy, which begs that question. Let’s look at the differences between a bureaucratic or police state and a democratic state
* Unelected elite who are effectively ‘the state’
* Any elected parliament has no power
* System run by a complicit civil service
* No criticism of the state permitted
* Press and media controlled by the state
* Police answerable to the state
* Citizens monitored by state security
* Police can arrest anyone without needing a warrant or evidence
* All citizens required to carry an ID card
* Local informers who report on neighbours
* Citizens guilty until they can prove their innocence.
A Democratic State
* Government by and for the majority of citizens’
* Citizens can stand for any political position and vote for any party
* The civil service is strictly neutral
* Vote by secret ballot
* The government is required to give a truthful answer to any question
* Citizens innocent until proven guilty and police need a warrant to arrest people
* Police/judiciary independent of government
* A free press
* Citizens have freedom of speech, movement and religion
So, how does the EU compare?
* Run by an unelected elite who cannot be voted out? Yes
* Elected parliament has little or no power? Yes
* Pampered and compliant civil service? Yes
* No criticism of state permitted? Moving that way
* Press and media controlled by the state? Moving that way
* Police and security forces answerable to the state? Yes
* Citizens continually monitored by security forces? Moving that way
* Police can arrest anyone without firm evidence? Yes
* Citizens required to carry an ID card? Yes
* Local informers to report on their neighbours? Now in embryonic form
* Citizens are guilty until they can prove their innocence? Yes—Corpus Juris
* Licences required for nearly every activity? Moving that way
* Officials unaccountable and immune from prosecution? Becoming more so
It is quite clear it has been setup to be completely undemocratic
“There can be no democratic choice against the European treaties” European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker
As the late Labour MP Tony Benn described the European Commission (EC): “I can think of no body of men outside of the Kremlin who have so much power without a shred of accountability for what they do.”
As yet, much of the EU list is embryonic, but the clear conclusion is that this is a bloodless coup that has the potential to become a police state.
‘The democratic experiment in Europe has failed. Time to move on to the post democratic society’ Peter Mandelson
NB: References in this document can be viewed in full. For example, if you want to know more about the ‘Origins of the EU’, from the occupation of Paris in 1870 to Berlin in 1942 and 1957, go to www.theeuroprobe.org & in the ‘Search’ box, type in 2012 – 021 & scroll down until the item appears
Has Europe had enough of police states?
More than enough! It would seem, though, that the EU elite clearly think an authoritarian or potential police state, to be a jolly good idea – it certainly will be for them.
Many of the political elite running the Labour, Conservative and Lib-Dem parties fully support the EU agenda. They must, therefore, also wish to have a political structure that’s rapidly approaching something very akin to an authoritarian or police state. They are the Utilus Babulus of the EU. The useful idiots.
So have we been lied to?
In 1972 Edward Heath said we were voting for the European Common Market, stating: “There are some in this country who fear that, going into Europe, we shall in some way sacrifice independence and sovereignty. These fears, I need hardly say, are completely unjustified.”
He was lying and he knew perfectly well at the time he was lying.(ref 2012 – 003)
Of course, Ted Heath’s lies, to quote the Daily Mail of December 2012, had: “Scarcely been mentioned at the previous General Election, and the British people had very little idea of what they were letting themselves in for, other than a trading arrangement that might make it easier for us to sell our goods to our Continental neighbours”.
Heath later said the reason he had to lie was because he considered: “The British people are too stupid to be involved in governing themselves.” (Ref. 2012 – 003)
Not, it seems, an uncommon view in today’s EU. In February 2014 the Daily Mail quoted unelected European Commission vice-president Viviane Reding: “Britons are too ignorant about Europe to vote in a referendum on the subject.” The British debate about Europe is so distorted, she said, “that people could not make an informed decision about whether or not to stay in the EU.”
So that’s put us in our place and this document is to give the British citizens the relevant information.
EU president Jean-Claude Juncker: ‘When it becomes serious, you have to lie’
How did we get to this state of affairs?
The origins of the EU go back much further than 1964 (Ref. 2012 – 021 for the full story).
The first draft plan for the EU was virtually copied from a 1942 document developed by German bureaucrats – then confident Germany would win WWII – at a conference in Berlin chaired by Walter Funk. On the Fringes was a Walter Hallstein. He was not on that committee but he was a keen member of the National Socialist leaders programme, later to become the first president of the Commission of the European Economic Community, and one of the founding fathers of the European Union.
The conference looked at how Germany would run Europe after the final victory, and the document that emerged called for a Europäische Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft (European Economic Community)
Part of the EU plan is to get rid of national identities. One way of doing that is by immigration and ‘multiculturalism’, a policy enthusiastically implemented by Tony Blair during his period in power.
To quote the Daily Mail (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3466485/How-Blair-cynically-let-two-million-migrants-Explosive-biography-reveals-PM-s-conspiracy-silence-immigration-debate.html): “Conman Blair’s cynical conspiracy to deceive the British people and let in 2million migrants was against the rules, He has now been exposed in Tom Bower’s explosive new biography [Broken Vows: Tony Blair – The Tragedy of Power] lays ex-PM’s betrayal bare, how [he] presided over a silent conspiracy to change the face of the UK, instructing ministers to wave tens of thousands of asylum seekers into the UK under cover of their being ‘economic migrants”.
Could it be a deliberate EU policy?
Yes, it’s called The EU Coudenhove Plan, which is part of the UN project of The Wildlands and Agenda 21 (Refs. 2014 – 021; 2014 – 014; 2015 – 050; 2015 – 033) to control the world’s population for the benefit of a small, obscenely wealthy group – the so-called ‘New Illuminati’. It is also to destroy white culture and eventually eradicate the ‘White Caucasian Tribes of Europe’ (Ref. 2013 – 043).
The EU wants to change European nations’ cultures by mass immigration. As former French president Nicolas Sarkozy told his people: “The goal is to meet the challenge of racial interbreeding. Not to intermarry racially is bad for the survival of the country.”
That challenge is being faced right now by Germany (Ref. 2015 – 128).
Lenin and Stalin wanted to change Russian culture to that of Soviet culture. That was achieved by sending in troops in to confiscate the stored food and next year’s seed condemning millions of small farmers (Kulaks) to starvation.
The EU wants eliminate the various cultures of Europe to a common European culture. They intend to do that by mass immigration.
The concept is incompatible with the EU Project.
For example, under the EU’s Toine Manders Plan, there cannot be an England rugby, cricket or football team as England will eventually cease to exist (Ref. 2013 – 012) if we stay in the EU.
As Brock Chisholm put it when he was director of the UN World Health Organization: “To achieve one world government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, their loyalty to family traditions and national identification.
EU map omitted “England” but was just 8 Regions. Clegg at that time stated that “England is not a legal entity within the EU”
EU has given us peace in our time?
That’s just utter nonsense!
Peace was protected when in 1949 NATO was born via the Washington Treaty, signed by the most undamaged country (from WWII) and world power, the USA, along with Canada and ten Western European states—Britain, France, the Benelux countries, Iceland, Italy, Norway, and Portugal.
The key feature of that pact is a mutual defence clause: if one country is attacked, the others will come to its defence.
The EEC/EU didn’t happen for another 8 years. So spin forward those 8 years to 1957 and the Treaty of Rome, where just six members set up the EEC that aimed to create: “A common market, a customs union, plus free movement of capital and labour”. To please France it also promised subsidies to farmers, particularly the French farmers, a burden most other EU nations suffer today.
No mention of any ‘defence’!
Farewell to a free press and freedom of speech?
The unelected European Commission (EC) intends to control all press and media by issuing an ‘EU Press Card’ (Ref. 2016 – 016) to selected and accredited journalists – the EU will decide who can, and cannot, be a journalist in Europe. And if journalists criticise the EU in reports, they’ll risk having their press card confiscated.
The seeds for this were sown in March 2001 (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/1325398/Euro-court-outlaws-criticism-of-EU.html) when the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that the EU could lawfully suppress political criticism of its institutions – and of its leading figures – sweeping aside English Common Law and 50 years of European precedents on civil liberties (Refs. 2013 – 002 and 2012 – 033).
The ECJ found that the European Commission was entitled to sack Bernard Connolly, a British economist dismissed in 1995 for writing a critique of European monetary integration entitled The Rotten Heart of Europe. The ruling stated that the commission could restrict dissent and punish individuals who “damaged the institution’s image and reputation”.
The Lisbon Treaty – A Dead Parrot Squawking?
This treaty is the European Constitution in disguise.
The Constitution was rejected by France, the Netherlands and Ireland, it should be a dead parrot, but the EC is keeping it on life support. They’ve changed the label on the tin, but the contents remain the same.
EU Constitution author, and former French president, Giscard d’Estaing, admitted as much in July 2007: “In terms of its content, the Lisbon Treaty proposals remain largely unchanged; they are simply presented in a different way …the reason is that the new text could not look too much like the constitutional treaty.” We take that it was to fool the public?
It’s also a ‘Self-Amending Treaty’ or ‘Enabling Act’ (Ref. 2014 – 028). The unelected EC can change anything in it retrospectively without involving any elected parliament. Yet the Lisbon Treaty was voted through the UK parliament without our MPs even seeing it, let alone reading it (Ref. 2013 – 013).
Peter (now Lord) Mandelson stated: “The democratic experiment in Europe has failed. We must now move on to a post-democratic society”.
And former French prime minister Raymond Barre agreed: “I have never understood why public opinion about European ideas should be taken into account.”
The Bold Gendarme
The British police are to be quietly superseded by Europol. A new paramilitary force the Euro Gendarmerie (EUROGENDFOR) is being established – cloned from the French CRS (riot police). The latter gained a most unpleasant reputation for the brutal manner in which they suppressed civil unrest (Refs. 2013 – 008; 2014 – 023; 2014 – 052; 2014 – 054; 2014 – 058).
The EU Arrest Warrant means you can be arrested without evidence and held without charge. You can be extradited to any country in the EU and held for an unlimited time without charge (Ref. 2014 – 052).
Whatever has happened to our police? (Ref. 2012 – 009). As an example, London’s Metropolitan Police have had a dossier for over 10 years alleging prima facie malfeasance and breach of their Royal Charter by the BBC from a member of the European Parliament (MEP). It has been decided it’s not in the public interest to investigate this allegation…
Human Rights Act – for criminals only?
The European Court of Human Rights is a good idea that has turned out to be an absolute disaster. Its mega flaw is that it does not include human responsibilities and couple them directly with the human rights of criminals. The victims of crime are often ignored (Refs. 2013 – 036a; 2012 – 019; 2012 – 019). Many of the politically appointed ‘judges’ have little or no legal expertise and many are from the old communist East European states.
Britain’s influence in the EU?
Voting in the EU Parliament is more farcical than voting in the Euro-Vision Song Contest.
Britain has 73 MEPs out of 751. This means that, even if all UK MEPs vote as one, we have less than 10% influence. Considering many UK MEPs slavishly vote with the EU, in reality we have about 3%.
We will always be outvoted, especially as we have now lost many of our vetoes. The EU Parliament often has to vote through dozens of laws by a show of hands at high speed with no count taken of votes.
It is claimed that if the UK were to leave the EU some 3million jobs could be lost. This myth is based entirely on a 1999 report by the National Institute for Economic and Social Research (NIESR) that 3.2 million jobs were “associated” with exports to goods and services to the EU.
Yet NIESER director at the time, Martin Weale, has himself dismissed interpreting the 3million associated jobs as job loss propaganda and “pure Goebbels” (Ref. 2014 – 066). He’s right, it’s utter nonsense. The EU sells far more to the UK than we sell to them.
About 70% of UK trade is with the rest of the world, but figures can be twisted. For example, say a UK company has a large export order from Brazil and it is sent in a shipping container. If the ship carrying it happens to call at Rotterdam to pick up more containers for Brazil, then that is counted as a UK export to the EU by our government—ie: goods not destined for EU customers but just calling at an EU port in transit.
As Churchill said: “If Britain must choose between Europe and the open sea, she must always choose the open sea”
Reform of the EU?
The EU cannot be democratically reformed from within.
The structure has been carefully set up in such a way so as to make that practicably impossible. David Cameron’s laughable attempts to ‘reform’ even tiny bits of the EU met with the following front page comments from our (for now) free press:
“A farce”— the Sun
“The great delusion”—Daily Mail
“Cameron’s EU deal is a joke”—Daily Express
“EU are joking”—Metro
“Ministers to defy PM on Europe”—Daily Telegraph
It has effectively split the Tory party.
The barmy EU army
The EU plans to take over the entire British Armed Forces. The European Commission intends there to be: “An EU army and only an EU army,” according to former Commission president, and former prime minister of Italy, Romano Prodi.
UK armed forces now have poor housing, inadequate equipment, understaffing, shortages of essentials, disgraceful care of discharged troops, and training cuts (Ref. 2012 – 022).
Is the steady degradation of the morale our armed forces a deliberate policy to soften it up for easy transfer to EuroCorps? It certainly looks like it.
To quote Prodi again: “When I was talking about a European army I was not joking. If you don’t want to call it an army, then call it ‘Mary-Ann’ or something.”
There is a dog fight going on between the French and Germans as to who will run EuroCorps.
Innocent until proven guilty?
English Common Law, where you are innocent until the law can prove your guilt, is to be replaced with EU Corpus Juris, where you are guilty until you can prove your innocence.
As said earlier, under the European Arrest Warrant (Ref. 2014 – 069), you can be arrested without firm evidence and detained for an unlimited time.
The EU is steadily degrading collective bargaining – and is also considering being the only source of funding for political parties. Much of the unions’ political influence comes from funding the Labour Party, which will almost disappear if such funding is banned.
The pampered executive or nomenklatura
They are bureaucrats in plum jobs with excessive salaries; index-linked pensions, and juicy perks who support the EU regardless. They are becoming more and more immune from accountability or dismissal for mismanagement, incompetence or corruption. Their task is to quietly enforce the EU agenda in the UK.
Surely blatant civic bribery?
The consequences of failing to continue to support the EU, even in retirement, can be dire. If a retired ex-EU official criticises the EU, it can revoke his pension. There are many with such pensioners in the UK’s House of Lords…
What about the referendum?
Despite a manifesto promise, Labour refused to allow a referendum on EU membership.
That was despite Tony Blair’s formal statement that the Labour manifesto was a “Contract with the people.” Labour’s decision not to honour that promise was challenged in court and astonishingly the judge agreed with barrister Cecilia Ivimy, who argued: “They [Labour manifesto promises and contracts] are not subject to legitimate expectation.” (Ref. 2013 – 020)
Cameron has finally been forced to run a referendum. Who would want to be associated with Tony Blair these days?
The biased BBC and the charities
The remit of the European Investment Bank is to fund organisations that: “Further the aims of the EU”.
The BBC receives many £millions from the EU and has many Common Purpose (Ref. 2015 – 074) alumni in positions of authority. Many of our national charities and universities are also are in receipt of hundreds of thousands of €uros, hence their very pro EU bias.
Have a look at the following website: http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2014/02/the-millions-in-eu-funding-the-bbc-tried-to-hide/
Is it to be goodbye Blighty?
The cause of all European wars has been the leaders of sovereign powers competing for control of Europe. The European Union Project was proposed as a way to prevent further conflict and under it European countries will lose their sovereignty and be absorbed into a single European State.
As for England, Wales, N.Ireland and Scotland, they will simply become 12 anonymous ‘Regions of a Greater Europe’—each run by an unelected Regional Assembly (RA).
You will no longer be English, Irish, Welsh or Scottish, you will be European (Ref. 2012 – 021).
Your Brave New Europe will be governed by: “An unelected higher authority free from any control by elected politicians”.
The unelected European Commission is that higher authority, members having virtually complete political control. Even today it’s almost impossible to get rid of them, regardless of how corrupt, incompetent, or downright crooked they may be. The ‘Committee of the Regions’ in Brussels will control the Regional Assemblies—our parliament will probably remain in Westminster, but only as a token sideshow.
Ken Clark has said he ‘looks forward to the time when the Westminster Parliament is just a council chamber in Europe’.
How democratic is the European Parliament?
The elected European Parliament is little more than a rubber stamp agency for the EC and its Directives.
Members of the European Parliament are pre-selected from a ‘party list’. You then vote for the party, not the person. An independent, free-thinker, or maverick will find it almost impossible to get selected.
Only large parties will be able to afford to stand for election. Smaller political groups are to be systematically squeezed out, leaving, perhaps, only three token, European-compliant parties.
It is important to understand that the EU never acts directly in a country. It always acts by proxy through national institutions that have been hollowed out and filled with EU compliant staff.
The cost of the EU?
This is so devious and convoluted that it is impossible to find out the true cost to Britain.
Every Briton contributes at least £1,000 a year in cash directly to Brussels – probably much more. This does not include paying £5 for a piece of fish with your chips instead of £2.50, the extra costs of having to travel further to your Post Office, or the fines for petty infringements that flow from the 100,000-plus new EU laws – eg: fines for putting your dustbin out on the wrong day.
The crippling cost to our industry and commerce of inappropriate and unnecessary EU Directives can only be guessed at—then doubled or even trebled.
There are billions of €uros unaccounted for.
According to the 2014 report from the European Court of Auditors (ECA—see https://euobserver.com/news/126405), almost €7 billion of the EU budget was illegally spent in 2013. The ECA has declined to sign off EU spending for over 20 years, and its reports are a constant source of embarrassment to EU institutions. Any normal company the directors would be in jail.
In total, EU spending in 2013 reached €148.5 billion, with regional policy and funds for rural development recording the highest error rates – 6.9% and 6.7% respectively of monies going astray.
So where are those €billions? Neil Kinnock was sent to Brussels to root out the corruption. He sacked the EU Chief Account who exposed the corruption.
Where are we getting all this money to fund the EU. Our Chancellors borrow £billions each year that that our children and grandchildren will have to pay back.
The only thing certain with ID cards is that they will not be the slightest hindrance to terrorists. ID cards are there to keep tabs on ordinary citizens. Credit cards and store cards are ID cards and no problem. The ID cards that are suspect are those that store all-encompassing data about you that unaccountable bureaucrats have access to possibly many others without you knowing.
Fishing and farming?
Edward Heath made a secret deal with the French to sacrifice the UK fishing fleet to the advantage of France. This was in exchange for France not blocking Heath’s plot to trick the UK into joining the EU (Refs. 2012 – 029; 2012 – 003)
The UK now has only some 11% of the EU fishing quota for the North Sea, and EU law made British fishermen dump fish worth £millions caught over their EU quota.
As Heath said at the time: “The British fishing industry has only 20,000 votes and is therefore not significant.” Thousands of fishermen lost their jobs and the price of imported fish doubled.
British fishing is now controlled by an unelected, unaccountable Maltese hotelier.
The Common Agricultural Policy?
Set up to benefit French farmers prior to the EU accepting the UK’s membership application. It’s to the detriment of UK and other European countries farmers.
The CO2 farce
The Global Warming debate can be very academic and riddled with misunderstandings, half-truths and downright lies. For a thoroughly researched account that tells the whole disgraceful story, see The Deliberate Corruption of Climate Science by Dr Tim Ball.
Other references of interest in www.theeuroprobe.org include:
2014 – 002—The Club of Rome invented Global Warming
2015 – 116—P. Moore, founder and ex director of Greenpeace, explains why CO2 is essential for life