So here you have it. A manufactured crisis to create further union among the states in order to build a United States of Europe. If you’re still wondering who’s in control look no further than Germany’s rising Fourth Reich. It leads Europe and dictates the terms once again.
History always repeats itself and the future will soon vindicate those who have wisely learned from it.
After escalating for months, Europe’s refugee crisis hit its most serious tipping point yet, when when earlier today European Union leaders held a mini-summit on Sunday debating whether to send hundreds of guards to its borders with the western Balkans, as well as deploying more ships off Greece, as the bloc seeks to balance Germany’s welcome for refugees with tougher security measures.
So far, over 680,000 migrants and refugees have crossed to Europe by sea so far this year, fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East, Africa and Asia, according to the International Organization for Migration. Their goal has been Germany, which has promised sanctuary, however as a result of a populist backlash and concerns over the economy, Merkel’s popularity has taken a major hit, sliding to the lowest level in four years.
Taking place just two weeks after a full EU summit, the meeting was sought by German Chancellor Angela Merkel. According to Reuters, “many see it as an attempt by Juncker and Merkel to raise pressure on central and southeast European states to coordinate among themselves in managing the migration flow in a more humane way and end a series of unilateral actions.”
…Europe has been forced to tread lightly as Bulgaria, Serbia and Romania said they would close their borders if Germany or other countries shut the door on refugees, warning they would not let the Balkan region become a “buffer zone” for stranded migrants.
In recent week, the fate of the European “Schengen” Customs Union has been in doubt following Hungary’s decision to close its border with Serbia and Croatia which prompted others to follow, stranding tens of thousands in dire conditions as temperatures drop.
…And while Europe dithers, the lack of a common policy is straining ties between European leaders, raising questions about the EU’s future.
It was just a few days ago that Hungary warned that Europe’s future is at stake, when it announced it would seal its border with Croatia. “This is the second-best option,” Hungarian foreign minister Szijjarto told reporters. “The best option, setting up an EU force to defend Greece’s external borders, was rejected in Brussels yesterday.”
Now others are joining in.
Yesterday, it was the turn of Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann who told the Austrian Kronen Zeitung that “now the speech is about either a common Europe or about a quiet collapse of the European Union. One path is burdensome, difficult and supposedly long and the other one would lead to the chaos.”
Then moments ago, Slovenia Prime Minister was quoted by Reuters during his arrival at the latest mini-summit, as saying “if European leaders fail to agree a plan to counter the sudden inflows of refugees, it could mean the end of the European Union.”
“If we don’t find a solution today, if we don’t do everything we can today, then it is the end of the European Union as such,” Prime Minister Miro Cerar said. “If we don’t deliver concrete action, I believe Europe will start falling apart,” he told reporters.
…Tecall the prophetic 2008 AIG report on “Empire Europe” which explained in 4 simple bullet points just what Europe wants:
AIG’s explanation: “To use global issues as excuses to extend its power”
- environmental issues: increase control over member countries; advance idea of global governance
- terrorism: use excuse for greater control over police and judicial issues; increase extent of surveillance
- global financial crisis: kill two birds (free market; Anglo-Saxon economies) with one stone (Europe-wide regulator; attempts at global financial governance)
- EMU: create a crisis to force introduction of “European economic government”
And there it is: in four simple bullet points laid out in a 7 year old presentation, a prediction which has come true time and again: from the endless Greek bailouts, to the austerity paradox, to European youth unemployment stubbornly flat at 50% for years in many “southern” European nations, to Europe’s QE creating the deflationary impulse it is said to be fighting against, and now – to the “refugee crisis”, it is all playing out as if according to some unseen script.
Full article: “If We Don’t Find A Solution Today, It’s The End Of The European Union” – Refugee Crisis Hits Tipping Point (Zero Hedge)