Merkel associate, Martin Schulz, has let slip the Brussels grand plan for a “United States of Europe” by 2025.
This means the end for sovereign European nation states, it means unlimited third world migration to water-down the enlightened electorate with the politically illiterate, and the creation of a superstate driven by low-paid migrant workers.
What a united European superstate means for Globalism.
There is no conspiracy. The EU is completely open about its superstate plan.
They set out their ambition in black and white – to create a monetary union, a political union, a social union: in essence, to take a load of disparate countries and to try to fuse them into one, with common citizenship and loyalty to a “European” idea. It’s actually a globalist idea, a Zionist idea for greater power to the deviant few.
By absorbing nations into a political, social, and economic bloc, you exert total control over them, and you make sure they cannot be swayed by the Russians or Chinese. This is an exercise of safeguarding influence, packaging it into a binding political contract that is marketed as for the ‘greater good’.
- The single European army: an army consisting of all the nation states’ armed forces. According to Hans-Peter Bartels, Germany’s national defense commissioner, “In the end, there will be a European army”.
“We do not want to go down the solitary national path any more. Not in Germany, not in the Netherlands, not in the Czech Republic and not in Italy.”
This is simply a way the globalists can streamline control of their European puppets, a single foreign policy for Europe makes things streamlined. It’s just less paperwork and more control. It will be marketed to Europe as a way for ‘greater security’, in reality it is dangerous centralization under an unaccountable, unelected governing body.
- One currency, better protectionist markets: with a European economy under one roof the globalists can streamline their protectionist economic strategies to put pressure on China and Russia.
The EU could have a dedicated minister of economy and finance by 2019.
After Brexit, the eurozone will represent 85% of the EU’s economic output and 76% of the population. Outsiders will become second-class members without clout in the EU.
- End of national representation: the people of Europe will not have a say in the deliberations of the European superstate, no democratic model has been offered, and it seems to be far from an enlightened autocracy.