The End Of The NationStates Of Europe
By Philip Jones in Copenhagen
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Our National Parliaments will become redundant as all power that still remains willtransfer to Brussels. It will mean the formal end of those Historic Nations of Europewho are member states of the EU. National Embassies around the world will comeunder the auspicies of EU bureaucrats. The ancient counties and provinces will bemerged and combined into 'EU Administrative Regions'. (The recent amalgamationsof Kommunes in Denmark is a premptive example of this, along with the 'devolved'parliaments of Scotland and Wales, to be soon joined by the eradication of 'England'and the setting up of similar regional assemblies there). The EU will take ownership of Police, Military, Nuclear Weapons, Currency Reservesand North Sea Oil as outlined in the Treaty document. Serving members of our Policeand Armed Forces will be required to take an oath of loyalty to the EU. Refusal willresult in dismissal. The EU will have complete control of all military matters,equipment and facililties.Political parties will be abolished, phased out or realigned. Only Pan European partieswill be allowed. Independence parties will effectively be outlawed as under the 1999ruling of the European Court Of Justice (case 274/99), it is illegal to criticize the EU.(Even before the Irish Vote, News from Brussels indicates that plans are afootalready to eliminate any 'Eurosceptic groups within the EU Parliament). The EU willhave the legal right to close National Parliaments and Assemblies.Many people will be made unemployed as the EU rule of 'retraining' at a citizens ownexpense becomes universal (including the purchase of a Certificate confirming saidretraining). Hundreds of thousands of small businesses will be forced to close due tothe enforcement of endless numbers of impracticable and unworkable EUregulations.Around 107,000 EU laws will criminalise many, as adherence to this amount of legislation is impossible. We will be subject to frequent fines and even arrest as aresult of what will be our inevitable ignorance. Take the following as examples: From January 2006, it became illegal to repair your own domestic plumbing, electricals oreven your own car. If you buy a boat over six feet long, built after 1999, you will berequired to pay the equivalent in Euros of
£4000, or face six months in prison. As the EU'Police State' flexes it's muscles ever more, each of us will live under the fear and threat of arrestor prosecution for any one of a myriad of offences, even minor ones.The Large Corporations will do well of course, utilising massive immigration from within andwithout the EU, paying minimum wages to immigrants at the expense of the indigenouspopulation, thus forcing salaries downwards. Futhermore, these Corporations will have a near Monopoly on employment (along with Government), and will be able to dictate conditions andterms of employment withour fear of contradiction.Top Government Jobs and the inevitable corruption which will accomapany this monopoly, willcreate a new 'Class Divide' ensuring the rich and their 'fellow travellers' get richer, whilst themajority decline into poverty. Taxes will increase in order to pay for the massive growth inbureaucracy.