Wednesday, 25 November 2009

The end of sovereignty in Europe

National sovereignty in Europe - what little is left of it - was condemned to history this week with the signing of the 'Lisbon Treaty' that centralises power in the European Union like never before. The Rubicon has now been crossed and we enter full-blown tyranny.

The final signature to the agreement was that of Vaclav Klaus, President of the Czech Republic, who had held out as long as he thought was possible. Klaus has been a vehement critic of the Treaty and he well knows what it means for European freedom and national sovereignty and identity. He has also dismissed the belief in human-caused global warming as 'a false myth and every serious person and scientist says so'.

He is clearly a man who can see beyond the end of his nose and the garbage that must be daily put before him by officialdom, but when he swished his pen this week he was well aware that he was effectively signing away all rights for Europeans to decide their own national destiny and handing them to the dark-suits and dark minds in the EU bureaucracy in Brussels, Belgium.

The same is planned for North America, Africa and Asia-Australia-New Zealand and it is good to be streetwise about the methods and techniques employed to seize control of the nation state. What has been done to ensnare Europe is happening now around the world. The basic theme is encapsulated in a single quote 57 years ago by the 'Father of Europe', the Rothschild frontman, Jean Monnet. In the year I was born, he wrote this in a letter to a friend:

'Europe's nations should be guided towards the super-state without their people understanding what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps, each disguised as having an economic purpose, but will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation.'

And so it was ...

... This was the week the nation state effectively ended in Europe and a tidal wave of new laws and regulations, long since written and waiting, are about to deluge the countries of Europe when the Lisbon Treaty comes into force in a few weeks.

It has all been planned since at least the 19th century, probably long before that, and lying, cheating and deeply corrupt politicians and bureaucrats have ensured over the last 60 years that the nightmare became fact.

In Europe at least, the game just changed to a whole new phase. Learn the lesson North America, Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. You are next in line. Don't let them do the same to you.

This is an excerpt from David Ikce's newsletter.

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