EU´s Phony Pseudo-Democracy Elections

Posted By Anders On May 31, 2009 @ 00:05 In Deutsch, English, Euromed | 5 Comments

On 4-7 July  2009  [1] EU Parliamentary elections  will be held

What are we to vote for?
Here is an explanation for the EU legislation procedure by the EU-sponsored blog,  [2] Blogactiv 22 May , 2009: “The Commission makes the first step by suggesting an impartial draft law. To do this effectively, it enters into a permanent and close dialogue with all members of organized [3] Civil Society. They have a debating chamber called the Consultative Committee. Once the law is drafted, the Parliament representing the people, the Consultative Committees (representing organized Civil Society) and the Council representing Member States are to give their own analysis of the measure and point out any shortcomings. This system avoids corruption by nationalist rabble-rousers, political interests with hidden cartel.
de Gaulle ‘chloroformed’ the institutions. Then he started a major power grab, insisting that only the Council of Ministers could decide the legislation and the money questions. That’s not what the treaties say.

Thus the Council of Ministers began to dominate often with the active collusion of the Commission. While the Commission still received such Opinions from the other institutions, it promptly ignored them.
The Council and the Commission (which served as its secretariat) may not even have bothered reading them.
No one cared what the Parliament said in its Opinions.So today the world’s largest economic union has a governance system unfit for such global responsibilities. It is not just a Mickey-Mouse system, that is cheap and nasty. It deliberately deactivates genuine democracy.”

[4] Poeterring

On July 4-7 2009 the EU shows a farce, to make us believe the EU has something to do with democracy and is not what its entire  structure is: Decision making – independent of what people really want - or hate. As [5] Pres. Sarkozy said: The Europeans are too dangerous for the Europe of th elite.[6] 736 MEPs are to be elected. They are said to be able to sack the Commission.

Now the out-going EU Parliament Chairman, [7] Hans-Gert Pöttering is afraid that rightist parties may gain access to the parliament in a low turn-out:  [8] Spreading an unashamedly anti-Islamic, anti-immigrant and anti-European message, far-right parties are aiming to take the EU Parliament by storm in looming elections. Only a electorate turn-out about a record-low 33% is expected.

[9] Hans-Gert Pöttering: "I think it's very worrying if we don't get a good turnout."
 Pöttering added, "We have to do our utmost to get people to vote because if the people who are in favour of Europe will not vote or are not interested, then the extremes will be very strong, from the very left and from the very right.

"I don't want that those who want to destroy the EU have an important role to play in the future of the EU. So let us be engaged, let us do our utmost to gather participation in favour of the pro-European parties."He said that turnout this year was likely to be less than 40 per cent,

European Green Party president Phillipe Lambert spoke of a "discordance between the citizens and the political elite in Europe."Our enemies are not here, (it is the national governments)" he stressed. "The Eurosceptics and extreme right have rejected Europe.The traditional political families have worked together and they are still a two third majority in the parliament.”

Annemie Neyts-Uyttebroeck, president of the ELDR, called for politicians to remember that there was some agreement in parliament."They are competitors in this election but they always work together. I am in favour of continuing this long and fruitful tradition for the EU."
Comment: Where is the opposition?

[10] Eu-valg[11] EuObserver 19 May, 2009: a TNS Opinion study for the French Political Innovation Foundation released on Monday (18 May) showed:
35% said they were "rather interested," but just 11 percent said they were "very interested – (in the EU elections)."
The highest number of "not at all interested" people was found in Lithuania and Slovakia (29%) - in 2004 only 17 percent of Slovaks cast their votes in the country's first European vote making it the member state with the lowest turn-out ever. Lithuania and Slovakia were followed by the UK (where 28% were "not at all interested"), Greece and Cyprus (26%).

By contrast, the number of "very interested" in the elections was the highest in Luxembourg (29%), followed by Ireland (25%) and Malta (23%).
It also showed a large majority of Europeans (56%) consider the EU offers "a chance" to tackle the negative effects of globalisation, with this number being particularly high among youth (65 % of the 18-24 age group) and students (74%).
Paradoxically, not more than six percent of those aged 18-24 and only eight percent of students said they were "very interested" in the European elections, while 19 and 15 percent respectively said they were "not at all interested." MEPs should propose more EU spending particularly in the fields of education and training (41%), economic growth (31%), social affairs and employment (27%) and public health (26%) in order to convince Europeans to vote for them, the respondents said.

[12] EU Press Release 11 May, 2009: 150 citizens from all EU countries are meeting today in Brussels with leaders to hand over their recommendations on how Europe's present economic and social challenges can be managed. This "citizens' summit 'is the culmination of the first phase of consultation of European citizens in 2009, attended by some 250,000 people via the Internet and 1600 people directly involved. The latter represent a cross section of companies from all 27 Member States
[13] Margot-wallström-valgThe EU elections near - and the EU is doing what normally does not matter a bit to it: It panders European voters

“Civic participation is a vital instrument of democracy, "said Margot Wallström, Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for Institutional Relations and Communication Strategy.
"It is a political tool for the future, a vibrant and important part of democracy in the 21st Century. Today's citizens´ summit shows that we, the EU and the people may very well be closer together. Whether  plumber or  president, ministers or industrialists, all Europeans can influence and contribute to better policy in an EU more accountable to the citizens! 

The policy recommendations presented today are the result of a selection process carried out by the 1600 participants in the debates in all 27 Member States, where a list of 15 priorities was created. Among the final recommendations are calls for far-reaching measures to boost the European economy, stricter supervision of financial markets, targeted spending on research and innovation and increased investment in sustainable energy. Other topics include the fight against poverty, promoting a better balance between work and private life and activities in the field of education.

The second phase of consultation of European citizens will focus on the dissemination of the results and discuss the proposals of the citizens. This will be achieved by a series of regional events in September-December 2009 in five countries, a wider audience to be addressed, particularly the newly elected Members of Parliament.

[14] EUObserver 12 May 2009 EU – wide action against global warming, common health care and education systems and a more transparent and accountable Union topped a list of 15 recommendations for the "economic and social future of Europe," put forward by ordinary people from across Europe in Brussels on Monday (11 May). "Create the same working conditions and rules for all EU citizens based on a harmonized Labor Code." A harmonized European educational system came fourth, followed by the need to "create incentives to prevent entities from moving production to countries with lower wages," and to put in place measures promoting sustainable agricultural practices.
The event was organized by a group of independent foundations, universities and think-tanks from all EU member states, led by the Belgian King Baudouin Foundation, and co-financed by the European Commission.
Other advice included work on the poorly co-ordinated crime-fighting information systems among member states, improving security on the EU's external borders and bettering "treatment of illegal migrants." Strict financial regulation, boosted social protection.

[15] Eu-valg-plakatComment
150 citizens from all EU countries in consultations with a team comprising 40 EU partners, led by the KBF! They are NGOs,[3] [3] civil society  that the EU has purchased. "While the European Citizens' Consultations are an initiative of civil society institutions independent of the European Commission, they are financially supported by Plan D and attempt to deliver on its promise of creating dialogue to strengthen European democracy."  I.e. to hear the voice of the" EU people", who are selected grassroots, financially in the pocket of the EU, so as to always deliver the wanted answers. This is the way of EU democracy. Thus the citizens have been heard – and consequently the EU is democratic.  However, sensitive topics such as the [16] Union for the Mediterranean, the negative sides of immigration, the refusal of referenda are not touched upon.  What about the Lisbon Treaty? They  even disregard negative outcomes of the referenda in France, the Netherlands, Ireland.

To these naïve citizens 15 harmless themes from the EU´s political programme are presented  - and they can now show their political talents - yelling even for the solution of the [17] CO2/climate lie, because the EU has indoctrinated them well. The EU will always have its desired answers, leaving no opportunity to choose undesired ones! - and lies to have its democratic recognition. This is manipulation.
One thing you can be sure of: No matter whom you elect, [18] you are electing a candidate of the Brotherhood of the hypocritical EU New World Order – or he will soon be one of them.

How important it is to cast your vote for one of the brotherhood parties already represented in the EU Parliament  is seen on this [19] sick EU video. This [20] video-ad for voting at the EU elections on June 4–7 is certainly not convincing. This [21] video shows how indifferent the topics are – in comparison with the lack of democracy in the EU – or shall we rather say the EU´s [22] consensus pseudodemocracy, which nearly everyone believes is genuine! Here fine icebergs are shown in a spot to make you join the EU´s mendacious and economically ruining [23] climate hoax – and here to make you [24] accept the immigration disaster in the name of Human Rights. This spot wants [25] your accept for the EU to wage war outside the EU, apparently – as when it violated international law in Kosovo. This video shows the sum of EU culture as shown in the EU institutions in Brussels on May 9, 2009:[26] Cock-a-doodle-doo in 27 languagues!!! 
Besides, the EU is now mobilizing the [27] MTV to persuade young people to vote  

And of course, they do not tell us anything of their grim betrayal of us through the Bilderberg [28] world government endeavours, as stated here on [29] the CNN in 2007 – making the EU just a building block of that abominable conspiracy – the biggest in history.

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[29] the CNN in 2007 :