Empire Of Europe? EU Pushes “Political Union”

The plan behind the European Union has, all along, been about integrating all nations of Europe into one continent-wide federal empire. Think “United States of Europe”, but with even less self-rule than individual states in the USA. More like “United Empire of Europe”.

Don’t believe me? Former president of the European Council Jose Manuel Barroso once proudly called the EU “the world’s first non-imperial Empire.” These people have a specific goal in mind.

This dream first began with French businessman Jean Monnet, who began his work after World War I. By the 1950s, the roots of federal empire in Europe were laid in the harmless-sounding European Steel & Coal Community, which later became the European Union.

The project peaked in the mid-1990s: the introduction of the Euro, creating a single monetary unit for half of Europe.

But the project could not move past monetary union. Attempts at fiscal union, meaning a common financial plan between all nations, failed. Voters would not buy it. So the project stalled at monetary union.

Then, 4 days ago, we saw one of the best political developments since the fall of the USSR: Brexit. Voters in Britain chose to leave the federal empire of the European Union. Never before had the new world order experienced such a defeat. Wealthy elites across Europe spent the evening crying into their cognac.

Problem for the EU: Britain is only the beginning. Many other EU states – Holland, Spain, Italy, France, Sweden, Denmark, Hungary, and Austria, to name a few – have vibrant anti-EU “Exit” movements. France and Italy, in particular, are poised to potentially hold Exit referendums before the end of 2017.

In an effort to cut this off at the knees, elites in the EU are acting quickly to make a bold move: total political integration of EU member nations.

The foreign ministers of France and Germany are due to reveal a blueprint to effectively do away with individual member states in what is being described as an “ultimatum”.

Under the radical proposals EU countries will lose the right to have their own army, criminal law, taxation system or central bank, with all those powers being transferred to Brussels.

Controversially, member states would also lose what few controls they have left over their own borders, including the procedure for admitting and relocating refugees.

In the preamble to the text the two ministers write: “Our countries share a common destiny and a common set of values that give rise to an even closer union between our citizens. We will therefore strive for a political union in Europe and invite the next Europeans to participate in this venture.”

The revelations come just days after Britain shook the Brussels establishment by voting to leave the European Union in a move some have predicted could leave to the break-up of the EU.

This much is becoming clear: the EU elites are in full freakout mode. The Brexit was a complete shock to everyone – the elites, other EU nations, and even “Mr. Brexit” Nigel Farage himself. Everyone thought it would be close, but almost nobody thought that Britons would vote to leave. It was a complete surprise.

So now the elite globalists of the EU are freaking out. Other anti-EU movements elsewhere on the continent are on the march. The Brexit has emboldened other member nations to debate referendums of their own. The grand project to integrate all nations of the EU into one bureaucratic empire are being thrown into disarray.

Back in March, European Council president Donald Tusk, a hardcore EU globalist, said this in a speech to a meeting of other EU globalists:

“…Persistent in our commitment to fundamental principles, we must be guided in our political projects by common sense and a good sense of timing. It is us who today are responsible for confronting reality with all kinds of utopias. A utopia of Europe without nation states, a utopia of Europe without conflicting interests and ambitions, a utopia of Europe imposing its own values on the external world. A utopia of a Euro-Asian unity.”

Key in on that last phrase: “Euro-Asian unity.” In Europe, “Asian” usually refers to Arabs. He is talking about the elite vision of a Europe where Islamic Arabs are seamlessly integrated into European society. But this is the opposite of what is happening. Islamic migrants are shuffling into Arab ghettoes in cities across the continent. No-Go zones in most major Western European cities are real things. The elite utopian vision is just that – a utopian vision. It has no basis in reality.

This is just one example of how these people are hopelessly out of touch. The elite globalists have far more in common with each other than with the voters of their own countries, and voters are starting to figure this out.


It is mildly shocking to see the EU globalist elites trying to introduce political union so soon. I think they wanted to perform political union far more slowly – an agency here, a commissioner there. Before you know it, nobody has any national sovereignty left.

But the Brexit has forced their hand. I suspect the EU elites understand that public sentiment is against them, and that they have to act fast. I think they’re hoping that they can push through closer integration now and then bunker down, waiting for nationalist movements to die out.

My opinion: It’s going to backfire. This will not work. Nationalist voters in most European countries have shown that they have the will to resist political union. The more the EU elites try to shove them into a United Empire of Europe, the more the nationalists will push back.

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