Dissatisfaction with EU is growing. Britain decided to let its citizens decide on the future of their country by voting to leave or stay in the EU.
The truth is the EU has created a decline in economic growth for their member states in the last few decades, a bloated bureaucracy, crushing regulations and insane anti-democratic processes.
This wouldn’t come as much of a shock once you look into where the EU was birthed— a 1955 Bilderberg meeting. You know, the annual meeting where heads of mega corporations, international banks, media, academia, and politicians and royalty all get together to talk about nothing serious, I’m guessing, with any plans for implementation.
This year’s conference was held in Dresden, Germany from June 9th-12th (again where U.S. officials violated the Logan Act) and in 1955 the meeting also took place in Germany, in Bavaria. Leaked papers from that event (provided by WikiLeaks) talk of a “Pressing need to bring the German people, together with the other peoples of Europe, into a common market;” plans to “Arrive in the shortest possible time at the highest degree of integration, beginning with a common European market;” and a consensus that “It might be better to proceed through the development of a common market by treaty rather than by the creation of new high authorities.”
Paul Joseph Watson of infowars.com goes on to state:
Just two years later, in 1957, the first incarnation of the European Economic Community (EEC) was born, which comprised of a single market between Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. The EEC gradually enlarged over the next few decades until it became the European Community, one of the three pillars of the European Union, which was officially created in 1993.
In 2009, Andrew Rettman of the EU Observer interviewed former Bilderberg chairman and Belgian businessman, Etienne Davignon, and had this to say:
A meeting in June in Europe of the Bilderberg Group – an informal club of leading politicians, businessmen and thinkers chaired by Mr Davignon – could also “improve understanding” on future action, in the same way it helped create the euro in the 1990s, he said.
If something is so secretive in its creation, you’d wonder why the people creating it wouldn’t want the input of the people. Now in Britain, with polling shenanigans already taking place and no exit polls being administered it is hard to see this one turning out in favor of British sovereignty. In the future, if the EU doesn’t make a massive effort to turn itself around and represent something more to the liking of a free and open democratic society, then this idea of national sovereignty may not end with just Britain.
(Activistpost.com, Disillusioneddreamer.com, Infowars.com, Euobserver.com)