EU Exposé: A Planned Totalitarian Superstate to Destroy Europe
The European Union Project Was Designed to
Obliterate Every European Culture and Nation
A Conspiracy to Disappear Every Nation on the European Continent
Continues Unabated in 2016 with Awesome Consequence and Conflict
State of the Nation
Regardless of what the original intentions were behind the establishment of the European Union (EU), it’s now clear that the true masters of the current leaders are hellbent on using it to destroy what is left of European culture and national identity.
The events of the past few years have dramatically demonstrated, beyond any doubt whatsoever, that the EU has morphed into quasi-communist, quasi-fascist super-state inexorably arcing in the direction of totalitarianism. This supranational entity was specifically engineered in order to manufacture consent Europe-wide especially around those issues of great import to the furtive ruling elites. The primary item on their covert agenda concerns the imperialistic designs being surreptitiously promoted by the NWO cabal. (Think war on Russia.)
Globalist vs. Nationalists
It ought to be quite clear by now that there is a major war being waged across the Earth realm. This ongoing War of the Titans is being fought between the Globalists and the Nationalists. It’s actually a prelude to the planned hot phase of a full-blown World War III. Europe can be much more easily corralled into a particular camp during a wartime footing. Because of how much more manageable and controllable each nation within a world war context, WWIII is an essential piece of their rapidly unfolding agenda toward a One World Government dictatorship.
The Globalists have used stealth and secrecy at every turn to incrementally accrue more and more power (and influence) over the affairs of each EU member nation. In this fashion did they eventually accumulate so much illicit power that they are now able to coerce the member states to follow their over-arching imperial scheme. The skeleton of that scheme is being fleshed out daily. In short the Globalists have painstakingly fabricated war-making Frankenstein of sorts which is ready to do battle wherever they decide to incite and prosecute unprovoked wars of aggression.
World War III: The Globalists vs. the Nationalists
One of the most effective organs of the globalist war-making apparatus has been the newly militarized European Union. The EU is now being conscripted to fight a war with Russia that it neither wants nor needs. The economic sanctions regime which was foisted on the Eurozone (by the USA) was executed against Russia to inflame 20th century tensions. Not only have these sanctions proven to be a disaster for the EU economy, they have been used as a justification to militarize the Intermarium.
INTERMARIUM: The Most Dangerous Geopolitical Chess Game On Planet Earth
This single development lies at the very core of the Globalist’s world war agenda. For it is Polish Prometheism which lies at the heart of their strategy to further isolate and provoke Russia into a regional war as a prelude to World War III. Because so many of the hardline NWO controllers are of Eastern European and Russian ancestry, the implementation of the “Promethean Strategy” is as natural as making beet borscht. Their irrational and mutual hatred for all things Russian has impelled them toward their real goal—the pillaging and plundering of the Motherland.
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Only through the exploitation of Russia’s vast natural resources and re-enslavement of her people does the NWO cabal have any hope of averting the upcoming bankruptcy of the Anglo-American Axis. Except that this time around it is not communism; rather, it is predatory capitalism operating in tandem with militaristic democracy that is being exported to Russia via Anglo-American gunboat diplomacy. In this way, and with a palatable sense of sheer desperation, the global geopolitical chessboard is now being fastidiously set up for World War — Part III by the Globalists.
(3) How the EU works: EU law and the UK
EU laws in areas for which the EU is responsible override any conflicting laws of member countries.
Two important ideas make this system work. These are ‘supremacy’, meaning the higher status of EU laws compared to national laws, and ‘direct effect’, meaning that EU laws can be relied on in court.
Both these constitutional principles were recognised decades ago in leading decisions of the EU court.
The court said that they were necessary to ensure the survival of the EU legal system and to guarantee that EU rules are followed in all member countries.
The supremacy of EU laws
The principle of supremacy, or primacy, describes the relationship between EU law and national law.
It says that EU law should prevail if it conflicts with national law.
This ensures that EU rules are applied uniformly throughout the Union.
If national laws could contradict the EU treaties or laws passed by the EU institutions, there wouldn’t be this single set of rules in all member countries.
The UK has accepted the supremacy of EU law for some time
Other member countries have been more reluctant to accept the supremacy of EU law than the United Kingdom.
The European Communities Act, passed by Parliament in 1972, accepted the supremacy of EU law. That principle has also been endorsed by the UK courts.
Although a more recent law included some restrictions on the application of the supremacy principle in the UK, the principle itself was not challenged.
Given the doctrine of Parliamentary sovereignty in the UK, meaning that there are no limits on what Acts can be passed or removed, it might be possible for Parliament to contradict EU laws. But this would seem incompatible with continued membership of the EU.
EU laws have direct effect
Direct effect refers to the rights—like free movement, non-discrimination, etc—that people and companies can claim under EU law.
It says that people can use clear and precise EU laws in court against governments, or private parties, when they’re in breach of EU law.
Down to details: EU regulations and directives
‘Regulations’ and ‘directives’ occupy a central position in the system of EU rules. The important ones are usually agreed by government representatives on the EU’s Council, as well as by the directly elected European Parliament.
Regulations and directives are legally binding. They normally apply in all 28 EU member countries, although some directives are addressed to particular members.
And both types of law are based on articles of the EU treaties that give the EU institutions the authority to pass laws in the relevant field.
For example, the Working Time Directive invokes the treaty article giving the EU power to pass laws on working conditions.
But there are important differences between regulations and directives.
Regulations become part of national law as soon as they’re passed. EU countries must pass their own laws to put directives into practice.
That’s because directives set out an objective and give EU states the choice of how to achieve it.
(4) The Undemocratic EU Explained
*****The EU’s law-making process is fundamentally undemocratic. Power is vested in the unelected and unaccountable elite who make laws – in secret – to preserve the status of large multinationals at the expense of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Multinationals achieve their preferential status by spending enormous sums of money on lobbying. They create a complicated regulatory framework, which only large companies with their Human Resources departments can comply with. This drives small competitors out of business, destroys competition and encourages monopolies, forcing the consumer to pay a higher price for poorer quality goods and services.
There are four key institutions of the EU: the European Commission, European Parliament, European Council and the Court of Justice of the EU. Each institution supposedly represents separate interests. The Commission represents the EU, the Parliament represents the people, the Council represents the Governments of each Member State and the Court interprets the law. However, these institutions do not do this in practice, as they all represent large multinationals and an integrationist agenda, as the intention is to create a federal United States of Europe. This new country already has a flag, a Parliament, an anthem, Presidents, currency, a legal system, legal status and a navy – to name just a few.
The EU Commission is the guardian of the treaties and enforces EU law. More importantly, this means it is the Government of Europe which has the sole right to propose the laws which increasingly encroach on our lives here in Britain.
***The Commission is made up of 28 unelected commissioners, who cannot be held to account. Each commissioner has a specific policy area in which to create laws. The Commission has a President (currently Jean-Claude Juncker); unlike the other 27 commissioners he is personally elected by the European Parliament, however his was the only name on the ballot paper, not exactly democratic. The Commission is advised by the Directorate General, which along with the Commission is heavily lobbied. Once the Commission proposes an EU law, this proposal is taken to the Parliament.
Secondly, the Parliament is made up of 751 MEPs who are elected by the people in EU Member States every five years in elections. National parties arrange themselves into European groups of similar parties throughout Europe. It also has a President (currently Martin Schulz) who was voted in by the Parliament, but once again he was the only candidate. Theoretically, the Parliament has the ability to remove the Commission; however the Parliament has never successfully been able to remove it – even when the Commission has been full of corrupt cronies. The Parliament didn’t even remove the commission of 2004 to 2009 which was full of questionable characters. This Commission included Siim Kallas the Anti-Fraud Commissioner who was given this role despite being charged with fraud, abuse of power and providing false information after £4.4million disappeared while he was head of Estonia’s national bank.
This is not a Parliament in any real sense, as they have no right to propose laws. Instead it is a façade, created to make the EU look democratic, rather than give the public a choice over those who makes their laws. The Parliament does vote and can make amendments on laws proposed by the Commission, but the Commission must accept any of the amendments proposed for the changes to become effective, showing where the power lies.
Additionally, ***once something becomes an EU law, the Parliament has no ability to propose a change to this law. All the power is given to the Commission. It is clear the public’s elected representatives do not matter in the EU. It’s a ‘club’ to push through laws which would be rejected by national Parliaments. Once the Parliament approves an EU proposal, it is sent to the European Council.
The European Council – sometimes called The Council – is the meeting of the Member States. It is called the European Council when the leaders of each Member State are in attendance, and The Council when it’s the ministers for the policy area being discussed attending. This is the final hurdle any European proposal has to pass in order to become law. Decision-making at this stage is done almost entirely by Qualified Majority Voting. This means the UK Government can vote against a proposal and as long as it receives enough votes from the other Member States it becomes law in the UK anyway. The UK only has a veto to prevent EU laws impacting the UK in a very minor number of areas. If the European Council/Council approves proposals, they become EU law. They will be in the form of EU regulations or directives. If they are regulations the new EU law applies to all Member States without any of those states having to pass legislation in their own home Parliaments. If they are directives, the national Parliaments are forced to change their national laws within a specific time limit to comply with EU law – whether they want to or not.
Finally, the Court of Justice of the EU is supposed to interpret EU laws to ensure they comply with the EU treaties. Unfortunately, it does not do this. It happily ignores the treaties when it wants to if the EU is pushing its own federalist agenda. This is not a court like we have in this country; it is a kangaroo court wilfully ignoring the rule of law, as it did with the bailouts which should have been deemed illegal. The treaties clearly stated bailouts were illegal, but as the bailouts helped to prop up the failing Eurozone project, the EU court allowed them anyway.
*****The EU is a highly undemocratic organisation ratcheting more and more power with every passing day. It is impervious to public opinion. The people who matter in the law-making process are unelected and therefore unaccountable. The only way to secure genuine democratic control over our own law makers is to Get Britain Out of the EU by voting to leave in the EU referendum on the 23rd June.
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