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24/25th April, 2017
Money for Nothing
The EU is worse than a giant Ponzi scheme where the member states pay in and the EU uses the money (after skimming off the top for the elites and their projects) - and only scraps are handed back to the contributors.
The business model relies upon bribing sections within each member state with development aid etc. - to ensure loyalty to the EU project and loans are made to new member states. These loans are backed by state asset collateral from the new member - which is collected when that new member state defaults, after spending their "new found wealth" on German manufactured goods - as with Greece.
The EU has been merrily "shopping" around for new "mugs" to entice, and from whom it can secure more assets, and now it is reaching a critical point because of "Brexit".
We are currently (and have been for the past 44 years) a NET contributor, but there aren't many others likely to be joining any time soon - only takers. Meanwhile, the EU backers and the International bankers just keep getting richer, as the EU acquires more assets and ever cheaper labour - but the contributing member states just keep getting fleeced - whenever the EU needs more cash.
None of the contributing members will ever receive back from the EU anything close to what they have handed over - that is, apart from certain core members, such as Germany. Germany is laughing all the way to the bank at the expense of the outer core members such as Spain, Portugal and Greece, where they have induced mass unemployment in order to keep the value of the Euro low to gain massive advantage for their manufacturing exports.
The Real Price of Membership
The real price of being in the EU though is the huge loss of independence and freedom of action - as a reward for our contributions the member states individually have no say in how the EU develops - we can play the EU Parliament tick-box game where we endorse or reject laws handed down to us, but in the end the EU gets its own way. Referendums that the EU does not currently prevent are simply ignored if the results don't suit their agenda; slowly and surely power is centralised, and the very social structure is dictated from the EU. Voting rights are systematically controlled (QMV), as the EU membership increases, in order to diminish any real oppositions to EU plans, as its membership list rapidly increases - some openly and well publicised; but the more controversial additions (such as those included in the Barcelona Agreement (1995) (which will give the EU's "Four Freedoms", and benefits from EU countries, to those in North Africa and the Middle East) are kept low key.
To add insult to injury our overseas aid is also controlled by the EU and we are required to financially support the low paid in other member states through our benefit system - effectively, payment upon payment to the EU, as money directly from our own taxpayers is piled upon our contributions - and often abused.
We can see all around us the rotten fruits of being in the EU - from Housing shortages to excessive demands upon our infrastructure and public services - including the requirement for UK taxpayer's to pay for the building of HS2 - an EU project which we have no control over - at a time when we are also required to meet EU targets through austerity, which create even further demands on our resources.
The programmes for the future of the EU are well documented within the EU Treaties, though never discussed nor debated with the member state populations, and it progresses through the gradual changes to the voting system and through the transfer of power (Competences in EU speak), in a gradual, yet complete, surrender of all Fiscal, under a Common Currency, Common Immigration and Asylum; Legal, Social, Military, Criminal and Civil Law to the EU - leaving the member states impotent and administered (top-down) by a single government in Brussels (Berlin). At which point, or en route, EU Nationalism will rise from its currently hidden store room and dominate all future activities of the EU.
*The Failure of Representative Democracy
The UK owes nothing to the EU because that was never the arrangement that was agreed with the British people - we were duped and we do not pay protection money to an organisation with a gangster mentality, particularly one which seeks to subjugate our population - no matter how much its agents in our establishment try to subvert our actions in leaving the monstrosity that is the EU.
This is the problem with a Representative Democracy - it works well unless the Representatives start to only represent their own interests, above those of the country - even after swearing an oath of allegiance to its people. In our Parliamentary system, Sovereignty (the legal power, right and ability to enact or repeal laws of the land) belongs to the people of the the UK and it is only ever on loan to our representatives for the period during which they are elected, and in power. Once there is a General Election and a new party gains power, the Sovereignty passes to this new Party in government (who then take over the power to make and repeal laws of the land), but it is still only on loan to them, for as long as they remain in power.
In return, the population agrees (most of them) to be bound by the rules they set on our behalf - and if our government steps-out-of-line - it is changed at the following General Election.
At the time of the Heath government in 1972 though, our representatives struck a deal with the EEC, behind the backs of the British people, under which, effectively, the EEC would be allowed to make "our laws", which would be used to govern the British population, and which our representatives would enact into Domestic Law on their behalf (thus giving the EEC the Sovereignty of the British people - which was only ever on loan to our representatives).
In order to protect themselves from the Treason legislation, they retained the power to take back that Sovereignty from the EEC - but only if both Houses of Parliament agreed (so a majority in our establishment have been systematically betraying Britain since 1973).
We saw in March, 2017 - prior to the triggering Article 50 (TEU) - how much of a fight the House of Lords, (mostly LibDems) put up, to try to stop us getting our Sovereignty back from the EU.
The Repeal of the European Communities Act (1973) (ECA) is the only way of taking back our Sovereignty - but not just from the EEC (EU) but also from our own elected representatives - and that is what our current elected representatives, mostly on the political Left, are trying to prevent us from achieving.
In order to prevent any backsliding or recurrence by our representatives; our existing Upper and Lower Houses of Parliament, and Judiciary need reforming, and new procedures put in place to ensure that there can never be any future loss of our Sovereignty, however temporary, to any foreign power.
Since 1973, our elected representatives have held the Sovereignty of the British people hostage through continual deceit and collusion; they have protected the EEC (EU) Project from scrutiny by the British population, and simply rewarded themselves.
These acts of treachery have been maintained by the majority of our elected representatives (and unelected ones alike) during the past 44 years - and it is clear that under the political Left, in particular, including the SNP, that such a state of affairs would never be changed - in fact, the EU would be helped to accelerate its control programmes, in order to consolidate its power over Britain; and proceed to full integration.
The only way to be completely free from the legal control of the EU is to repeal the ECA (1973), and every other integrating mechanism that we have been signed up to - and we need to get rid of any politicians who stand in our way - for if we fail we will have lost everything we ever held dear.