Irish Nationalists Crush NWO Plans For EU Superstate
By George Kadar
Most of the countries of the 27 European Union (EU) nations were happily proceeding with the ratification of the new EU constitution based on the successful historical recipe dictated by the U.S. in 1913 when the Internal Revenue Service and “Federal” Reserve were established: no publicity, no votes and the usual arm-twisting and manipulations in the background in order to ratify something that would surely cause a major debate in any country if brought out into the open.
Fortunately for nationalists worldwide, the lesson of 2005 was not learned by the local New World Order boys. In 2005, both in France and the Netherlands, voters rejected a European constitution. The new Treaty of Lisbon is almost fully identical to the prior documents, carried in the dark, without voting allowed in any of the 27 nations but Ireland.
A few main points from the Treaty of Lisbon:
The creation of the office of a European president. This was opposed by the smaller countries of the continent and forced through by the bigger ones. The result will be a much stronger centralization of power and more domination by the larger nations. The new president will be elected for a 2.5 years, for a maximum of two terms. The present system is based on a six-month presidential term in rotation.
A single position will be created for EU foreign affairs and security policy—a further shift toward centralization.
The number of EU Commissioners will be reduced. By 2014 only two-thirds of the EU countries will be represented by commissioners. Again, the smaller nations will be left out.
Member states will be forced to hand over jurisdiction to the EU in many domestic and judiciary affairs.
The right to veto some legislation by individual members will be revoked.
Of 440 provisions of the treaty rejected in 2005, only two were changed.
The European motto, “United in Diversity,” remains the same.
All the minor changes in the proposed constitution were cosmetic. For example, the term “European foreign minister” was replaced with the Orwellian “High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy.” Also, the term “European regulations” replaced “European laws.”
EUROPEAN ECONOMIC WOES
The average EU citizen has a lot more to worry about than a EU constitution that will change his future world order; he is under great pressure right now. The average household in the United Kingdom is spending around $2,000 (U.S.) a year for natural gas. This is expected to increase by 40 percent by the end of next winter. Fuel prices seem to be rising out of control, directly inflating food prices and transportation costs.(However, Bilderberg is trying to put a cap on rising oil prices.)
During the recent temporary fuel shortage in the UK, caused by Shell truck drivers going on strike, a gas station captured national headlines by raising fuel prices to $14 (U.S.) a gallon. The same drivers consider the $9 (U.S.) a gallon price a bargain.
Besides the record fuel prices, the UK is setting new records in abortions: 200,000 abortions in one year in the UK and Wales. Scotland is excluded. Scotland is trying to be excluded from more and more UK affairs. Its independence movement is strong and getting stronger every day. It seems 301 years of British rule were one year too many for that nation.
IRISH CITIZENS CAUSE CHAOS
The direct result of the Irish rejection is total and unmitigated chaos in the EU. Reactions of member state leaders are ranging from: “We need to learn from the Irish example” to “Ratify or get out.” There is uncertainty and no easy solution on the horizon; it seems democracy in the EU reached its natural limitations.
Copies of the Lisbon agreement were handed out on the streets of Ireland before the vote. The results were “No”—53.4 percent and “Yes”—46.6 percent. Grassroots organizations and even some Irish political leaders were campaigning actively against the Lisbon treaty.
Would that more European nations followed the lead of Ireland and the Netherlands in rejecting the imposition of a New World Order on European soil.
George Kadar is a European bureau chief for AFP.
(Issue # 27, July 7, 2008)