Abstract: Barroso repeats that the crises vastly strengthen the EU. That the idea of ​​a federal union had always been part of the EU project. Jean Monnet and other “EU founding fathers (just minions of the Council on Foreign Relations with the task of uniting Europe for a transatlantic NWO federation) came up with the idea, that the old independent nation state could be dismantled and an interdependent federal European government  be forged through practical cooperation at elitist, ie parliamentary and financial level. This prompted the European, Coudenhove Kalergi, to state. “Europe is uniting at the level of parliament and state offices, but not in the hearts of the Europeans.” Barroso knows the EU crisis is making the EU more and more hated (Eurobarometer) - and it rankles his mind: “We have reached the limits of austerity policies,” he said - but was immediately put in his place by his paymaster, Germany, and had to modify his words.

Barroso sees a north-south divide in Europe. But instead of blaming it on the economically and culturally impossible EU federation, Barroso has this excuse: “prejudice, political extremists and populism break the political support and the social structures that we need to handle the crisis. Sometimes there are separate national prejudices that are simply unacceptable - even from an ethical perspective. Unblushing, he claims,  the Lisbon Treaty to be a big step forwards in a democratic Europe - although rejected by the peoples of Europe! This Treaty is said to need even further revision to reach Barroso’s goal: a totally federal EU state with all power in its unelected government: Barroso´s Commission.

Barroso admits that there had never been an EU were it not for a “community of ideas to secure these initiatives. For European citizens and the Member States it will be a powerful instrument for their efforts to unite their forces in shaping globalization and in defense of our common values.” Which can only mean the Council on Foreign Relations and the NWO forces (Rothschild / Rockefeller) behind it. These are the forces that Barroso praises  and for whom he, Monnet, Schumann, Adenauer, Spaak, etc. work(ed).

If you are in doubt, you can take a look at a recent debate at the Council on Foreign Relations in a video: “The EU is much more significant. It is really undermining sovereignty, and that works.” It was about a discussion on the TransatlanticTreaty, which is now being prepared as a supranational NWO regime under the disguise of a trade agreement. The associated one world government was announced in  February 2013 by  EU Commissioner Potocnic as Agenda 21.

Barroso boasted: The “Times of implicit consent are over, and it’s better to have a real European democratic debate”. Of course untrue: The Danish MEP, Messerschmidt, reports the Danish government and the opposition have secretly agreed to work as closely as possible with the EU core for the total federal EU state without debate - and to push Denmark´s 4 opts-out aside - in which the 9 unconstitutional elements are, which otherwise required an already promised referendum on the Lisbon Treaty.

Messerschmidt concludes. “These Danish politicians nurture their own career dreams to make themselves attractive to the corrupt bureaucratic EU culture and have for a long time no more talked of democracy, indigenous culture and decency”.
Are the other European governments just as morally corrupt?

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“Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do….there is no truth in him…. for he is a liar, and the father of it.” (John 8:44 - addressed to the Pharisees, the rulers of the world today).

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EU Commissioner José Barroso has made a sensationally open speech on the methods the EU has used and is using to trick its unwilling populations into what they do not want, an EU Federation with all power with his unelected government: the EU Commission. He does not conceal that lies, concealment and manipulation on the behalf of an elite have been the tools since the 1920es. The following is an excerpt.

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José Barroso EU Press Release 22 April 2013 One of the reasons why the term federalism is so sensitive is of course the idea or the suspicion that countries would be overshadowed by a unified, centralised federal state.

For European countries, most of which have fought long and hard to become united and/or independent, the thought of being a mere sub-federal entity is unbearable.  One of the classic 19th century Irish nationalist songs goes: ‘and Ireland, long a province, be a nation once again’. It is only natural that such a nation does not want to go back to being, even if only symbolically, ‘a province once again’, and the same feeling lives just as strongly in many, if not in all Member States. A standard definition of federalism simply reads: A system of government in which power is divided between a central authority and constituent political units; At its very core is the idea of unity in diversity.

The problem is to have an integrated single national unity at European level.

The European Union already has a number of undeniably federative elements: a supranational European Commission with a mandate to promote the general European interest, a directly elected European Parliament, an independent European Central Bank and a European Court of Justice based on a system of law, the primacy of which is recognised over national law. All of these institutions have supranational powers which increased over time.

The financial crisis: In terms of economic governance … the balance of power has shifted further towards the European level, with new competences and a much stronger role for the European Commission. Institutionally, we are now more integrated than we were before.

Because of the crisis we have countered the risks of fragmentation by uniting against common challenges, applying what amounts to a federal approach. And while there is some tension between the intergovernmental and the community method, it is interesting to notice that the European Commission is even given a role in intergovernmental instruments as foreseen in the Fiscal Treaty.

This goes beyond economic governance even. For instance, the European Commission’s authority is now relied on not just to review the compatibility of national law with European community law but even to check the compatibility of the constitutional order of Member States with the values of the European Union.
The idea of a federation, an ever closer union, has always been part of the European idea.

Indeed, Jean Monnet’s method has also been called ‘functional federalism’. He and the other “founding fathers” of the European Community, like Schuman himself, or Konrad Adenauer, and others, found a way to break down… national sovereignty…. turning the fata morgana of strict national independence into a wake-up call for Europe’s interdependence; opening the way to European unity ‘through concrete achievements which create a de facto solidarity‘.

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Barroso has a problem: His elitist EU has strongly decreasing popular support and democratic legitimation - and this really frustrates him. The following Eurobarometer poll is given by The Guardian 24 April 2013

We take one step at a time. This political unification of Europe has also taken another giant leap forward as a result of the crisis. That is why successive statements of the Euro area Heads of State and Government (let me just quote this example from March 2012) where they affirm their ‘determination to do whatever is needed to ensure the financial stability of the euro as a whole and their readiness to act accordingly’. Every one of these statements is an undeniable and unmistakable Declaration of Interdependence. And yet, on the political front, we must admit we still have a long way to go. In reality, there is also resistance, delays, hesitation; contradictions ….

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Public opinion is still fragmented along national borders; political debate is still too much guided by national interests and national perceptions only; the political mind-set is often behind on the institutional realities. (Right Golden Dawn protest in Greece)

The real risk of fragmentation comes from not hearing citizens’ concerns. The real stress test today is the polarisation that is threatening to be the end result of the crisis.  I am deeply concerned about the divisions that we see emerging: political extremes and populism tearing apart the political support and the social fabric that we need to deal with the crisis; a renewed demarcation line being drawn between the North and the South of Europe; prejudices re-emerging and again dividing our citizens, sometimes national prejudices that are simply unacceptable also from an ethical point of view

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Count Coudenhove-Kalergi, the illustrious founder of the Pan-European Movement in the 1920s and one of the fathers of the idea of European unity, voiced this critique already in 1953: ‘Europe becomes one on the level of parliamentarians and state chancelleries but not within the hearts of the Europeans.’ The same lament was heard throughout the European Union’s history. Democratic integration was slower than administrative integration, and we have reached the limits of this imbalance long ago. The Lisbon Treaty was a huge step forward in correcting this, in promoting a more democratic Europe (while ignoring the rejection of it by the 3 countries granted a referendum on it).

Now it is up to us, as engaged Europeans, to breathe life into this European political sphere. I believe the European Parliament elections are a unique opportunity to do so.
Instead of having 27, now 28 national campaigns, as usually happens when there is a European election that in fact is an addition to national elections, we should have a truly European debate. If we have a broader debate on the challenges for Europe, we are one step further towards the unity we need. Of course I know that this is not without risk. Most likely, in the next European elections, the eurosceptic and europhobic forces will have their share of the vote, also exploiting the current difficult context Europe is facing. But the times of implicit consent are over, and it’s better to have a real European democratic debate where mainstream pro-European forces leave their comfort zone than to try to manage European challenges only in bureaucratic or even diplomatic terms trying to avoid the hard questions.

The dynamic was present at every step of the European integration process…

Time and again practical cooperation has reinforced the trend to political integration ; small steps for Member States could indeed be giant leaps for Europe as a whole. (The Jean Monnet strategy).
As I have said earlier, and it is also in the Blueprint presented by the Commission, for further steps to achieve the goals, yes, we will need later a treaty revision.

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Angela Merkiavelli, as she is now nicknamed (after Nicoló Macchiavelli´s “The Prince”, which in Chapter 15 states that a prince, who wants to stay in power, must learn to use goodness and cruelty according to necessity!)  uses coërcion into austerity by hesitation. She is Barroso´s biggest problem - causing “fragmentation”, i.e. what Barroso sees as hatred and “nationalist populism” . At the same time she is only option to finance his political but economically and culturally impossible Utopia, the European Federation. Thereby, German bailed-out-in countries and banks have to submit to Germany´s conditions on open markets for German goods, if they want to have the money from Germany to be able to pay the Rothschild banks their interest, thus sinking endlessly more deeply into the morass of  unemployment, debt and the state of dependency  - which is correctly called (Rothschild´s vassal´s) Germany´s 4. Reich. The angry German comments to Barroso´s “limits to austerity” immediately made Barroso´s spokesman backpaddle - “the interpretation on austerity was unfair.” For the EU has no other solution - the bailed-out countries debts now again rising (Spiegel 24 April 2013)

The process towards an ever closer union continues. With the Blueprint for a Deep and Genuine EMU, the Commission has put forward its ideas on how this dynamic should be dealt with. It raises the hard questions on how to strengthen cooperation and integration in the financial, fiscal, economic and also in the institutional political field.… Last but not least a federation, as I see it, is also a meeting of minds.

The fact is that Europe would never have succeeded and will never succeed if there is not a community of ideas to back up these initiatives. It will be a powerful instrument for European citizens and Member States to unite their efforts in shaping globalisation and in defending our common values. The case for more European unity is clear:

More European integration is simply indispensable for our economy, to shield us from international rough weather, to face strong competition and to maintain the trust of markets and investors….

Globalisation itself is a key driver for European unification. European integration can support national policies and strengthen European citizens’ freedoms(!?). Only Europe can provide a guarantee that the mistakes of the past will not happen again and the challenges of the future will be better dealt with.

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Barroso is thus in close correspondence with EU “founding father” Jean Monnet´s theory“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.”

Jean Monnet was a Frenchman who like a snake gained influence in the highest financial circles of Wall Street and the City. He became affiliated to Pres. Roosevelt and his Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles, and his brother, Allen Dulles, who would later be the boss of the CIA. Both were leaders of the Pharisaic Rothschild-Jesuit founded and populated Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). These were the forces behind the unification of Europe - which they planned already in 1943- through their  “Activist Committee for the Unification of Europe”.  Monnet had the task of having France implement this plan and integrate Germany in it - starting with the Coal and Steel Union.  He and the other “founding fathers” were paid agents for  the CFR , which will govern their one world by means of  David Rockefeller´s Studies Program for the benefit of Rothschild´s central banks/-the BIS by means of bribery.

These are the forces Monnet worked for. These are the forces José Barroso profess with his above Declaration of Interdependence”! But who tells us about that? And who cares?

In the dicussion following Barroso´s speech, Mr. Barroso was heavily under attack for the EU´s austerity policy. He defended it, said that not the EU but the “Markets” and the irresponsibility of Southern European countries had created the crisis. He said there was only one way forward: growth through “market” investments - which means investments by Rothschild´s robber banks and their corporations, having their CEOs appointed prime ministers in Italy and Greece as well as CEO of the European Central Bank. Mr. Barroso blamed the austerity on EU national leaders, saying the Commission just had to implement austerity orders! However, he leaves his populations to the grace of the “pound of flesh” strategy on us “muppets“.

But this Declaration of interdependence goes further - is preparing one world government:

The New American 23 Apr. 2013: The EU and the US are negotiating The Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership - publicly packaging and promoting the agreements as “trade agreements” when, in fact, they have been designed as evolving projects that will progressively “integrate” the economies and political systems of the signatory nations into a supranational regime modeled along the lines of the European Union.  In a Council on Foreign Relations discussion on more effective world government along the lines of the EU, a participant remarked: “The EU is much more significant. There’s real subversion of sovereignty by the EU that works.” (The 18:30 min. mark)

Danish MEP Morten Messerschmidt, Jyllands-Posten 22 April 2013 writes that the Danish opposition and the Government have agreed to move “as closely as possible to the core of the EU”. (They are thereby disregarding the 4 Danish opt-outs given to lure the Danes into accepting the Maastricht and Nice Treaties –  these opt-outs were even used as argument for evading a referendum on  the Lisbon Treaty which contained 9 items incompatible with the Danish Constitution!! Our then Prime Minister –  now NATO Secretary General broke his promise on a referendum and was, therefore, received with standing ovations in the EU Council!).

In contrast to Barroso’s fine words about openness, these Danish politicians conceal the fact that the EU is developing into a federal state, where Denmark can only legislate on what the EU does not legislate on. For they know that people do not like this. Similarly, these Danish EU parties refrain from having an opinion about mass immigration with its crime, drug trafficking, loss of jobs for the Danes who are more and more frustrated. Similarly, the EU-parties conceal the massive fraud in the EU with taxpayer money - the fraud being 10 times higher than so far supposed - and that EU auditors have pointed out that the EU budget has no added value. “These Danish politicians nourish their own career dreams; make themselves attractive for EU´s corrupt bureaucratic culture and have long forgotten any talk of democracy, popular culture and decency.”

Their One-W0rld-government is now official and decided upon.