Soros-Funded Far-Left Group Launches U.S. Branch

A group undermining other hate groups, among others, with nefarious purposes is still a hate group.

 

Soros-Funded Far-Left Group Launches U.S. Branch

Hope not Hate, a United Kingdom-based political non-profit, has announced it has launched a U.S. branch, and that it intends to infiltrate right-wing groups. HnH receives funding both from George Soros and the UK government.

 

The organization, which is also known as HnH, posted Monday the following statement on Twitter:

“You bring your tiki torches. We’ll bring our undercover operatives.”  It followed that by retweeting the original message Tuesday with the following addendum: “We’re coming to the USA. Are you with us?”

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EU Army set to be agreed TONIGHT – and BRITAIN will foot the £420m-a-year bill

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An EU army is being agreed tonight in Strasbourg -with the cause being BREXIT

 

THE EU will tonight debate for the creation of a continent wide super army that will be up and running next year – and blame BREXIT for its creation.

Brussels politicians will convene in the French city of Strasbourg to thrash out the plans that will cost taxpayers’ £420m-a-year.

They will vote on the issue to establish an “EU-wide system for the coordination of rapid movement of defence forces personnel” across Europe. Continue reading

EU army WILL happen: Shameless Juncker vows to PUSH ON with plans after Trump and Brexit

Jean-Claude Juncker

European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker wants to create an EU army

 

BRUSSELS bigwig Jean-Claude Juncker has admitted he is determined to push ahead with controversial plans for a Europe-wide army.

The European Commission president claimed the proposal will keep the EU safe if the US distances itself from the bloc.

But he denied his comments had anything to do with Donald Trump, an outspoken critic of Brussels, winning the US election.

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European Leaders Discuss Plan for European Army

The United States of Europe is underway and its complimenting European Army is under construction. You’re looking at quite possibly the world’s next superpower — all courtesy of Germany’s Fourth Reich. All this of course is made easier when you run two-thirds of the Troika and have pushed Great Britain out of the EU bloc. None of this would happen if America would stop suiciding itself into the dustbin of history and remain a reliable partner by standing its ground on the world stage.

Either way, yes, they’re back. If you’re looking for Nazis, you’re 70 years too late. The game plan has entered a new phase.

(Note: The article will remain in full for documentation purposes.)

 

Soldiers from the Eurocorps on parade in Strasbourg, France, on January 31, 2013. Eurocorps is an intergovernmental military unit of approximately 1,000 soldiers from Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg and Spain, stationed in Strasbourg. (Image: Claude Truong-Ngoc/Wikimedia Commons)

 

“We are going to move towards an EU army much faster than people believe.”

  • Critics say that the creation of a European army, a long-held goal of European federalists, would entail an unprecedented transfer of sovereignty from European nation states to unelected bureaucrats in Brussels, the de facto capital of the EU.
  • Others say that efforts to move forward on European defense integration show that European leaders have learned little from Brexit, and are determined to continue their quest to build a European superstate regardless of opposition from large segments of the European public.
  • “Those of us who have always warned about Europe’s defense ambitions have always been told not to worry… We’re always told not to worry about the next integration and then it happens. We’ve been too often conned before and we must not be conned again.” — Liam Fox, former British defense secretary.
  • “[C]reation of EU defense structures, separate from NATO, will only lead to division between transatlantic partners at a time when solidarity is needed in the face of many difficult and dangerous threats to the democracies.” — Geoffrey Van Orden, UK Conservative Party defense spokesman.

European leaders are discussing “far-reaching proposals” to build a pan-European military, according to a French defense ministry document leaked to the German newspaper, the Süddeutsche Zeitung.

The efforts are part of plans to relaunch the European Union at celebrations in Rome next March marking the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, which established the European Community. Continue reading

On eve of defining British EU referendum, rivals race for final votes

British Prime Minister David Cameron and his eurosceptic opponents made final pitches for wavering voters on Wednesday on the eve of a defining referendum on European Union membership with the outcome still too close to call.

The vote, which echoes the rise of populism elsewhere in Europe and the United States, will shape the continent’s future. A victory for “out” could unleash turmoil on financial markets and foreign exchange bureaux reported a surge in demand for foreign currency from Britons wary sterling may fall.

“Quitting Europe is a risk to your family’s future because a vote to leave on Thursday means there is no going back on Friday,” Cameron said.

Most pollsters said the result was too close to predict, and would depend on turnout on the day and any late swing among the substantial number of undecided voters.

“It’s our last chance to sort this out and take back control,” said former London mayor Boris Johnson, the main leader of the Leave campaign and favorite with bookmakers to replace Cameron in the event of Brexit. Continue reading

EU SUPERSTATE (step 1): Fury over plans for European-wide ‘tax harmonisation’

The United States of Europe is well underway and its respective European Army now under construction — all courtesy of Germany’s Fourth Reich. The tax harmonization scheme, in this case, is one of the needed economic cornerstones of the new European superstate.

If you’re been following Global Geopolitics for a few years now this will have come as no surprise. The only new element is that we’re no longer in the planning stage, but somewhere between the deployment and implementation phases.

 

PROPOSALS to introduce a European Union-wide tax system has infuriated British taxpayers – who fear the move is yet another flagrant step in Brussels’ attempt to build a Euro-superstate.

The controversial system, which is described in EU documents as the “harmonisation of European taxation”, was put forward by the EU Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee last week.

The group’s explanatory statement reads: “Building economic and monetary union must be achieved through a harmonisation of European taxation. Fair and effective corporate taxation must become the cornerstone of the single market.

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7 signs the elite are creating an EU army and a United States of Europe

Whether Russia is part of the scheme or not remains to be seen. However, one thing is certain (and gets hammered in a lot here), is that The United States of Europe is under construction. You are looking at the world’s next superpower, and perhaps lone superpower. The economic is already there, and likely why Germany wants its gold back. It needs it to solidify the economic foundation of its EU superstate. All this is Germany, the dominant force of Europe under the guise of an EU/United States of Europe.

America is suicidally fading away and will go into the dustbin of history if it doesn’t change its act very quickly — and that’s if it isn’t too late already, which all signs point towards. It continues in its attempts to solve a fatal moral crisis with political solutions while turning a blind eye to God, the only solution that can change this. God is not obligated to protect a nation if that nation kicks Him out, which is exactly what America has done.

While people seem to think China will rule the world, or Russia, that’s not likely the case as no one trusts either of them. Russia is also one of the main reasons, or threats rather, that this project is being undertaken in the first place. An alliance, as previously mentioned is not out of the question either since history repeats itself. The last time Germany entered into pacts with Russia, it ended up in the two bloodiest wars the world has ever seen.

With a Donald Trump presidency, you’d also see this European project speed up as he wants to either remove or replace NATO, which will give Russia their dream for conquering Europe — be it without a shot being fired or carpet bombing as far as Poland and turning it dust within 30 minutes before NATO can even get their military fatigues on.

You can find years of documentation on this subject within Global Geopolitics under the following categories:

The Fourth Reich

European Army

The United States of Europe

The late Margaret Thatcher was fully correct when she stated that Europe has become anchored to renewed German dominance instead of Germany being anchored to Europe.

 

(TRUNEWS) The Former head of British troops in Afghanistan says the eurozone’s elites “ultimate plan” is to form an EU army out of the bloc’s 28 member states.

Retired British Army Colonel Richard Kemp — who formerly worked for the UK Joint Intelligence Committee — said this move would greatly undermine the supremacy of NATO and significantly weaken UK defenses.

“If we left the EU, we would undermine the EU’s ultimate plan of forming an EU army, and that is exactly what they are going to be doing,” Kemp told the Daily Express.

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How Vladimir Putin is building alliances around the world

As the Russian president visits his EU ally Viktor Orban, prime minister of Hungary, we look at other leaders around the world who have embraced the divisive Vladimir Putin

Venezuela

Caracas is a major buyer of Russian weapons and has recognised breakaway pro-Russian territories such as Abkhazia and South Ossetia in Georgia.

Moscow reciprocates by investing billions of dollars in Venezuelan oil projects.

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ECB risks crippling political damage if Greece forced to default

If Greece is forced out of the euro in acrimonious circumstances – a 50/50 risk given the continued refusal of the creditor core to acknowledge their own guilt and strategic errors – the country will not only default on its EMU rescue packages, but also on its “Target2” liabilities to the European Central Bank.

In normal times, Target2 adjustments are routine and self-correcting. They occur automatically as money is shifted around the currency bloc. The US Federal Reserve has a similar internal system to square books across regions. They turn nuclear if monetary union breaks up.

A Greek default – unavoidable in a Grexit scenario – would crystallize these losses. The German people would discover instantly that a large sum of money committed without their knowledge and without a vote in the Bundestag had vanished.

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An EU referendum will be a nightmare for Britain. But it has to happen

There is palpable confidence in the Tory party that David Cameron will still be prime minister after the general election. It flows not from any surge in public enthusiasm for the idea of Conservative government, but from a lack of evidence that voters are ready to trust Ed Miliband with power.

But as a second term in government comes into focus for the Tories, it also brings another spectre from the past: the civil war over Europe, deferral of which has been a defining feature of Cameron’s leadership. The promise to hold a referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU has been a modest success. It has not suffocated Ukip, nor even stopped Tory MPs defecting to Nigel Farage’s side. But it has comforted others with the illusion of agreeing on something about which they disagree. The vote may one day rip the Conservative party in half, but on the question of whether that day should come they are strangely united. Continue reading

EXCLUSIVE: 80 per cent of Britons want to leave EU

BRITAIN is marching towards the EU exit door today after eight out of 10 people voted to leave in a historic poll.

The biggest vote on this country’s ties to ­Brussels for 40 years saw 80 per cent say they no longer want to be in Europe, the ­Daily Express can reveal.

It marks a huge leap forward in this news­paper’s crusade to get Britain out of the EU.

The mini-referendum – the first on the issue since 1975 – was organised by two senior Tory backbenchers and a prospective Tory MP. Continue reading

What Happens When You Take the UK out of the EU?

If the European Union wants to make British people angry, it’s doing a stellar job. In October, after revising how they calculate gross domestic product, EU officials determined that Britain was wealthier than they thought. They abruptly handed Britain an unexpected bill for $2.7 billion, including back payment, for the EU budget. Then other EU leaders publicly castigated London for noncompliance with the EU’s liberal immigration policies. And in November, Jean-Claude Juncker—a man who openly spurns democratic norms, saying, for example, in 2011, “I am for secret, dark debates”—was appointed president of the European Commission.

Britain’s simmering resentment of the EU boiled over.

Ever since Britain joined up with Europe in 1973, it has experienced rhetorical fights, political impasses and financial catastrophes. Rather than cohering and melding into Europe, its closeness with the Continent has only caused friction. Yet it has remained steadfastly part of the EU.

But signs are increasing that this relationship is at an impasse. These days, major problems with Europe seem to come every few months, each sparking a reaction more impassioned than the last. And in 2014, the British electorate sent a strong message that it is ready to end the status quo. Continue reading

The eurozone crisis – history is repeating itself … again

It’s funny how history repeats itself. The inconclusive general election in 2010 took place when the economy appeared to be on the mend and against the backdrop of a crisis in the eurozone prompted by Greece. As things stand, we could be in for a repeat performance in May 2015.

Be in no doubt, what’s happening in Europe matters to Britain. The eurozone is perhaps one crisis and one deep recession away from splintering. The more TV pictures of rioting on the streets of Athens or general strikes in Italy between now and the election, the better support for Nigel Farage’s UK Independence party will hold up.

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Germany warns ‘no going back’ if Britain curbs EU immigration: report

Without London out of the picture, The Fourth Reich will have free reign over Europe and be able to create its European superstate, or, the United States of Europe. With a European Army being formed piece by piece, it’s all slowly coming together.

See also: Angela Merkel warns David Cameron over freedom of movement (The Guardian)

 

BERLIN (Reuters) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned Britain’s David Cameron that putting limits on immigration from other European Union nations would be a “point of no return” that could sharply increase the risk of Britain leaving the EU, a magazine said.

The weekly Der Spiegel, citing unnamed sources in Merkel’s office and the German foreign ministry, reported on Sunday that Merkel was becoming worried for the first time that a British exit from the EU – dubbed “Brexit” – was a real possibility. Continue reading

EU Tyranny: New Law against Democratically Dismantling EU from Within

Further proof that Germany runs and directs the European show, with this article highlighting its leadership positions on the continent, once again.

 

Two years ago, the European Commission proposed a law that would authorize an “independent authority” within the European Parliament [EP] to decide whether EP parties would receive an official legal status as EP parties. This legal status is needed for a party to obtain EP party subsidy, which is designed to cover 85% of party expenditures.Despite a British and Dutch lobby against the law, it was passed by the EP on September 29, 2014.

Among the demands parties have to meet are that of “internal party democracy” and that they must “respect the values on which the European Union is based.” Among these values are: “pluralism, non-discrimination, tolerance, justice, solidarity and equality between women and men.” In addition, the parties must be active in at least 7 out of 28 EU member-state countries. Continue reading