So Farage and UKIP have won a historic victory at the European elections. Good for them. At least it is a testament to how voters are feeling about the EU and wider European integration. But if people think the European monster – or at the very least, Britain’s participation in it – will be brought to heel by the so-called “democratic process”, then they are sadly mistaken.
For all of Cameron’s feigned anti-euro rhetoric, including fragile promises of a referendum, the end game of his globalist masters is the complete erosion of the nation state and national identity. If the Bilderberg puppet masters get even a whiff that Cameron will deliver on his promises of a referendum, then he will be replaced – swiftly – at the next elections by the pro-Europe Milliband and the Labour Party.
As always, people approach the subject of European integration without any understanding of the wider historical context. So allow me to paint in the wider historical background for those readers who are not cognisant of it.
The European Union is a creature of the Bilderberg Group. Provably so. The EU was assembled incrementally, across many decades, as part of the agenda to centralise decision making and create a global supranational political, economic and judicial structure, in which national identity will be significantly diluted, and in which national governments are rendered as little more than municipal authorities. Jean Monnet, the so-called “Father of Europe” even alluded to this when he wrote:
Europe’s nations should be guided towards the superstate without their people understanding what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps, each disguised as having an economic purpose but which will irreversibly lead to federation.
The Bilderberg minutes from 1955 even talk about the ECSC (European Coal and Steel Community)as moving towards federation. Within two years, the Treaty of Rome was ratified, which created the EEC. But, of course, the same process of incremental manipulation is now happening all over the world. NAFTA is fast evolving into the North American Union, and the Asia-Pacific Union is following suit. The African Union already exists.
The goal of an economically united Europe stretches back centuries to the Knights Templar and the Venation banking oligarchs who were the real power behind the order. The Pan European Movement, established in 1923 at the behest of the Rothschild group and headed by the old Hapsburg dynasty, even used the red cross of the Templars as its official symbol. Hitler’s goal of a Neurordung Europas was most infamously articulated by Walter Funk, the Reich Minister for Economic Affairs, in his 1940 book entitled “The European Community”. Funk wrote that:
No nation in Europe can achieve on its own the highest level of economic freedom which is compatible with all social requirements…The formation of very large economic areas follows a natural law of development….interstate agreements in Europe will control [economic forces generally]…There must be a readiness to subordinate one’s own interests in certain cases to those of [the EC].
The agenda to create an economically and politically united Europe as part of an overall global structure stretches back centuries. Farage and his ilk need to understand what they are really up against if they have any chance of defeating it. Good luck to them, but it will take more – a lot more – than a marginal victory in an irrelevant European election.