For years there has been a struggle in the Eurozone between those that want to transform it into a transfer union and those that who want a Europe of independent and cooperating countries. The latter including Austria, Finland, the Netherlands and Germany want strict limits for deficits and debt brakes as envisioned in the Fiscal Stability Treaty. Some, such as the European Constitutional Group, even demand a mechanism for an orderly break-up of the Eurozone. The former including Mediterranean member states led by France, do not openly call their objective a fiscal union or the creation of a “European Super State” but prefer to talk about a “deepening of the European project.” The reason for this division is straightforward: The central and northern European countries would be the contributors to a transfer union while the club Med would be on the receiving side. Continue reading
As warned about for years here already, The United States of Europe is coming, along with its European Army — all courtesy of the Fourth Reich. Many say the EU will break up, which is very likely, but if it does, it will be reformed. Likewise, if it somehow holds together, it will be reformed. Integration and more integration is the only solution say the leaders, be it political or military. From the Russian threat to terrorist threats and the nearby Middle East neighborhood being out of control, they’re all unifying factors which would bring them together.
It could even be a new ‘union’, from Lisbon to Vladivostok, which would mean Russia would join the new club. Who’s to say how this will play out exactly but time and the events that shape the future will. One thing’s for sure, a new superpower will be emerging while another (America) one fades into the history books. Great Britain needs to get out while it still can, otherwise it eventually won’t exist as you know it today.
“You have not anchored Germany to Europe,… You have anchored Europe to a newly dominant, unified Germany. In the end, my friends, you’ll find it will not work.“
– Margaret Thatcher
A SENIOR MEP provoked anger today by describing the recent terror outrages in Brussels as an “opportunity” to turn the EU into a “full political union”.
Gianni Pitella, leader of the socialist group in the European Parliament, claimed the attack’s on the Belgian capital’s metro system and airport showed the need for even closer intergration of the 28 member nations of the bloc.
He also called for a “European Intelligence Agency” to be set up to strengthen the EU’s defences against extremists.
Sound familliar? We likely found the cheap labor source with the refugee crisis but will still have to wait and see how a United States of Europe takes shape.
Anglo-Italian initiative on status of euro “outs” could help Cameron pull off Brexit renegotiation coup
David Cameron’s hopes of winning a successful renegotiation in Europe are poised to receive an important boost from Italy following talks between both countries’ foreign ministers, the Daily Telegraph has learned.
Although Mr Cameron will not set out his formal demands to EU leaders until next month, a behind-the-scenes collaboration with Italy is already exploring ways to help Britain win a key battle over redefining the concept of ‘ever closer union’.
On the table is a plan to formalise the “out” status of the nine countries that currently do not use the euro in order to allow Mr Cameron to claim that he had won a major victory in halting the inexorable advance towards a European super-state.