Wednesday, July 06, 2016
EU WOBBLES ON CANADA FREE TRADE DEAL.GREECE HAS BECOME A SMALL PROBLEM.
ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT BREAKDOWN BY THE BIBLE
8 I considered the horns, and, behold, there came up among them another little horn,(WORLD DICTATOR) before whom there were three of the first horns plucked up by the roots: and, behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of man, and a mouth speaking great things.
24 And the ten horns out of this kingdom are ten kings(10 NATIONS-10 WORLD DIVISION WORLD GOVERNMENT) that shall arise: and another shall rise after them;(#11 SPAIN) and he shall be diverse from the first, and he shall subdue three kings.(EITHER THE EUROPEAN UNION DICTATOR BOOTS 3 ORIGINAL COUNTRIES FROM THE 6 FOUNDING MEMBERS OR THE DICTATOR TAKES OVER THE WORLD ECONOMY BY CONTROLLING 3 WORLD TRADE BLOCS)
EUROPEAN UNION ARMY
19 And I saw the beast,(EU LEADER) and the kings of the earth, and their armies,(UNITED NATIONS TROOPS) gathered together to make war against him that sat on the horse,(JESUS) and against his army.(THE RAPTURED CHRISTIANS)
We shall have World Government, whether or not we like it. The only question is whether World Government will be achieved by conquest or consent.James Paul Warburg appearing before the Senate on 7th February 1950
Like a famous WWII Belgian General,Paul Henry Spock said in 1957:We need no commission, we have already too many. What we need is a man who is great enough to be able to keep all the people in subjection to himself and to lift us out of the economic bog into which we threaten to sink. Send us such a man. Be he a god or a devil, we will accept him.And today, sadly, the world is indeed ready for such a man.
No one will enter the New World Order... unless he or she will make a pledge to worship Lucifer. No one will enter the New Age unless he will take a Luciferian Initiation.- David Spangler Director of Planetary Initiative United Nations.
THE EU WORLD DICTATOR
1 And I saw when the Lamb opened one of the seals, and I heard, as it were the noise of thunder, one of the four beasts saying, Come and see.
2 And I saw, and behold a white horse:(EU WORLD DICTATOR) and he that sat on him had a bow;(PEACE) and a crown was given unto him:(WORLD LEADER) and he went forth conquering, and to conquer.(THIS IS THE EU DICTATOR)
1 And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.(7 HEADS ARE THE 7TH WORLD EMPIRE IN HISTORY (THE EU) AS WELL AS THE VATICAN WHICH IS BUILT ON 7 HILLS. 10 HORNS ARE 10 KINGS THAT ARISE FROM THE EU, THEN #11 COMES ON THE SCENE BECOMES THE HEAD OF 3 OUNTRIES AND THEN THE EU DICTATOR, COMES FROM 1 OF THE 3 COUNTRIES THAT RULE FOR THIS TERM. I BELIEVE THE 3 COUNTRIES RULING AT THE TIME ARE SPAIN AND 2 OF THE ORIGINAL 6 THAT STARTED THE EU. FROM 1 OF THESE 3 COUNTRIES COME THE FUTURE EU DICTATOR PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN UNION WHO GUARENTEES ISRAELS SECURITY FOR A LAND FOR PEACE 7 YEAR TREATY.
2 And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority.(THE JEWISH EU DICTATOR GETS HIS POWER FROM SATAN,HE COMES FROM THE OCCULT).
3 And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast.(THE DICTATOR HAS A FALSE RESURRECTION. JUST LIKE JESUS HAD A LITERAL RESURRECTION THIS DICTATOR GETS MURDERED AT THE 3 1/2 YR MARK OF THR 7 YEAR TREATY AND COMES BACK TO LIFE. THIS IS HOW HE CAN CLAIM TO BE GOD AND GET AWAY WITH IT AND CONTROL THE WHOLE EARTH.
7 And it was given unto him to make war with the saints, and to overcome them: and power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations.
8 And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.
9 If any man have an ear, let him hear.
16 And he (FALSE POPE) causeth all,(WORLD SOCIALISM) both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
WELL THE BIBLE CLEARLY SAYS THE WORLD LEADING REVIVED ROMAN EMPIRE WILL BE INSPIRED BY THEN TOTALLY LEAD BY SATAN. FOR THE LAST 3 1/2 YEARS OF THE 7 YEAR TRIBULATION PERIOD OR 7 YEAR ISRAEL/ARAB PEACE TREATY. SO SINCE THE LEADER OF THE EU SAYS HE TALKS WITH ALIENS WHICH ARE DEMONS. FITS RIGHT INTO BIBLE PROPHECY.
EU President Jean Claude Juncker discloses Aliens-posted on Jul, 1 2016 @ 10:37 PM
EU President Jean Claude Juncker declared that he had met representatives of several planets in a meeting of the EU Parliament.
Here's the qoute:[Jump To Reply] ... of our flight towards the future, the horizons await us, and we fly toward the horizons that are those of Europe and of the whole planet. It must be known that those that observe us from afar are restless, I have seen and heard and listened to several of the leaders of other planets that are very restless because they wonder about the way the European Union is going to follow, and so we must assure and the Europeans and those that watch us from farther away.
Today, 11:57-Dutch PM Rutte told MEPs Tuesday that "to rush blindly into more political integration and a more federal Europe would be a denial of the sentiment felt by many people in Europe" that EU states should retain control of European affairs. French far right leader Le Pen said the EU would "die" if it went down that path. Belgian federalist MEP Verhofstadt said it would die if it did not.
Juncker refuses to take blame for Brexit-By EUOBSERVER-july 5,16
Today, 14:29-European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker Tuesday rebuffed calls by some politicians for him to step down over Brexit. "I refuse to let the commission be blamed for the outcome of the referendum", he told MEPs in Strasbourg. Council chief Donald Tusk urged national leaders to stop "often unfair" attacks on EU institutions. He added, however, that the EU cannot solve any serious problems "against the will of the member states".
Rats' and 'parrots' in heated EU debate on Brexit-By EUOBSERVER-july 5,16
Today, 11:54-MEPs traded barbed words in a debate on Brexit in Strasbourg Tuesday. Belgian liberal Verhofstadt said Brexit leaders in UK who had resigned after the vote were "rats leaving a sinking ship". British Tory Kamall said Brexit critics "jabbered" like "parrots". Green MEP Harms said she "despised" far-right eurosceptics. German deputy Weber called Brexiters "irresponsible". British eurosceptic MEP Nutall decried EU "bullying" and called for a "grown up" Brexit debate.
EU reassures Balkans on post-Brexit enlargement By Nikolaj Nielsen-july 5,16-euobserver
BRUSSELS, Today, 09:24-The EU, France and Germany have told Balkan leaders that the UK's exit from the EU would not stop aspirant countries from one day joining the fractured bloc.French president Francois Hollande and Germany's chancellor Angela Merkel at a summit in Paris on Monday (4 July) told their six Balkan counterparts that enlargement of the European Union would continue."The British decision does not in any way put into question commitments made toward countries in the Balkan region. They will be respected," said Hollande.Merkel issued a similar call of reassurance.EU foreign relations chief Federica Mogherini said: "It is very important for the European Union to reaffirm the willingness to proceed on the European integration of the Western Balkan countries - all of them”.Albania, Bosnia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia are at different stages in the enlargement process.-Serbia’s new chapters-Croatia on Monday agreed to no longer block Serbia from opening two new accession chapters that deal with the rule of law, the judiciary, and human rights.All EU states, except Croatia, had in April backed the opening of the chapters (23 and 24). But Zagreb at the time had issues with Serbia's treatment of the Croatian minority in Serbia and with its courts jurisdiction war crimes.Croatia's decision prompted Johannes Hahn, the EU commissioner in charge of enlargement, to send out a tweet saying that "#European perspective is real!”.Hahn at the summit also announced the EU would provide €96 million for three railway infrastructure projects in Serbia, Albania and in Kosovo."We will also provide €50 million for greening measures such as energy efficiency in residential buildings and small scale hydro projects," he said.-Brexit ‘earthquake’-The Paris summit is unlikely to have allayed all concerns that the EU will be able to return to business as usual, however.Serbia's prime minister Aleksandar Vucic described the UK decision "as the biggest political earthquake since the fall of the Berlin wall", reports the Associated Press.He said the knock-on effects would be felt in Serbia."There is no doubt that this will have significant consequences not only in the short but also in the long term. What the EU enlargement policy will be, I cannot tell you at this moment," he added.He spoke amid a growing pro-Russian sentiment that has taken root in Serbia, Moscow's only strategic ally in the region, with some in Serbia hoping that the UK referendum result would bring EU expansion to a halt.
EU wobbles on Canada free trade By Aleksandra Eriksson-euobserver-july 5,16
BRUSSELS, Today, 09:29-The European Commission could make a last-minute U-turn on plans to ratify a Canada free trade deal amid member states’ complaints.The issue at stake is whether to ratify CETA, the EU-Canada take pact, via the EU institutions simply, or to give national parliaments a say,Several commissioners, including commission president Jean-Claude Juncker and trade commissioner Cecilia Malmstroem, have in the past argued it was enough for the EU Council, represented by the 28 EU trade ministers, and a majority in the European Parliament to conclude the deal.They said that CETA covers matters that are the exclusive competence of the EU.But some countries, notably Austria, France and Germany, have said that CETA is a ”mixed” agreement, which also contains provisions that fall under member state responsibility.Under the mixed model, all 28 EU states’ legislatures would also have to give their approval. That would include, in some cases, devolved parliaments in federal EU states such as Belgium, Germany and Spain, bringing the total figure to 38 separate assemblies.The German deputy chancellor, Sigmar Gabriel, has warned that attempts to bypass national parliaments would provoke anti-trade and eurosceptic sentiment, which is already on the rise in Germany and elsewhere in Europe.French president Francois Hollande and Austrian chancellor Christian Kern have said the same.Most parliaments are likely to give the deal a green light, but not the ones of the Netherlands and in the Belgian region of Wallonia.Bulgaria and Romania have also threatened to veto the pact unless Canada grants their citizens visa-free travel.The commission has said that a ”simple” ratification process by the Council and the European Parliament would be democratic because trade ministers could ask their parliaments on how to vote.Its legal service has ruled out that CETA is a “mixed” agreement.Many MEPs also say their vote would provide the necessary parliamentary scrutiny.But Financial Times reports that Juncker got cold feet after last week’s EU summit, where he failed to receive the support of heads of government for his point of view.Other media report that Germany is unhappy with Juncker’s high-handed behaviour ahead of and after the British referendum on EU membership.Speaking in the margins of last week’s summit, Juncker declared that he ”wasn’t ready to die at the altar of legal issues”.The college of commissioners will decide on the ratification process during their meeting on Tuesday (5 July).The commission has in the past asked the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to clarify the nature and ratification process of a similar agreement, on trade relations with Singapore, but the case has been stuck in court since 2014.The decision on CETA is also likely to act as a precedent for the future EU-US trade deal, TTIP, that is currently being negotiated.
Greece has become a small problem' By Eric Maurice-july 5,16-euobserver
Prague/Brussels, Today, 14:26-At a press conference last Friday (1 July), neither European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker not Slovak prime minister Robert Fico, whose country now holds the EU presidency, uttered the name Greece.It was a sea change compared to a year ago, when, on 5 July 2015, 63 percent of Greek voters rejected a bailout plan proposed by its creditors in a referendum.The vote took place amid political tension in Greece, whose banks had been forced to impose capital controls, and intensified fears of a Grexit - a Greek exit from the eurozone or even from the EU.But an even more austere bailout than first proposed went through anyway a few days later, while each subsequent review, such as the last one, in May, added still harsher conditions.A year on, and for Greek political scientist Dimitri Sotiropoulos from the University of Athens: "Greece has a three-year window during which it can try to attract foreign investment, proceed with structural reforms and hopefully enjoy political stability”.The bailout programme runs until 2018 and the next general election in Greece is due in 2019.Sotiropoulos, who spoke to EUobserver in a recent interview at the Prague European Summit, a conference, said that Greece lost one year and a half to two years of time it could have spent fixing the economy on fighting its losing battle with the creditors - the EU and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).-'Silent revolution'-He said the government of prime minister Alexis Tsipras “tried what was an unrealistic option to make European decision makers turn around”.He added that, if things go well, Greece "will soon hopefully come close to the point where we were towards the end of 2014," before Tsipras came to power.The most successful part of the current programme has been the reform of the banking sector, Sotiropoulos said.Four systemic banks - the National Bank of Greece, Alpha Bank, Piraeus and Eurobank - were recapitalised last year and the Greek banks' presence in south-east Europe was preserved.The three other parts of the programme - fiscal consolidation, competitiveness of the Greek economy and reform of the public sector - have so far produced limited effects, Sotiropoulos said.The objective of a primary budget surplus (a surplus before payment of debt) of 3.5 percent in 2018 is "quite high," he noted, and has met with two obstacles.First, Sotiropoulos warned, "if the government continues to try to achieve fiscal consolidation mainly by increasing taxes, there will be a silent revolution of Greeks not paying their taxes anymore."In recent years, he said, the Greek tax system has been changed several times and tax hikes have "almost exclusively hit owners of real estate, regardless of the size of properties and of the salary strata".On one hand, Sotiropoulos said, "many Greeks are now really unable to contribute anymore". On the other hand, tax increases have not been accompanied by a plan to battle tax evasion.-'€500 salary is low enough'-As a consequence, many self-employed Greek people - a sector that represent more than a third of the labour force - can continue to avoid paying taxes.Sotiropoulos also said that tax policies applied to meet the fiscal target set by creditors would be "useless unless Greece obtain a small scale restructuring of its debt" from those creditors."Without [debt] relief, the problem will surface again and again," he said.The part of the bailout p[lan designed to enhance the competitiveness of the Greek economy also faces problems.In September, Sotiropoulos said, the Greek government and the creditors will start discussing a reform of the labour market to make it more flexible.The reform is "necessary," he said, but "wages and salaries have been slashed for the last six years and that didn't make the economy more competitive and provided no stimulus for foreign investment to come in.""We need a larger package which would not depress income," he said.He said that political instability, a "large and inefficient bureaucratic apparatus" and a "frequently changing legal framework," especially on tax and the justice system, have so far prevented the economy from rebounding."Relaxing the protection of workers and bringing down salaries will not make the economy more competitive," he said.Referring to the current salary of some young people in Greece, he added that "€500 [a month] is low enough to attract foreign capital".-Public sector-The reform of the public sector remains a crucial and difficult part of what Greece has to achieve under the bailout.Sotiropoulos said that reforms and salary cuts in recent years made many public sector voters turn to Tsipras’ left-wing Syriza party and its right-wing nationalist ally, Anel. That could prevent the government from making deep reforms for fear of losing their electorate, he said.But he said that the government should do "more to bring the minimum salary in the public sector on a par with minimum salary in the private sector, because the public sector is still very much attractive and that is not a fair policy option."He said that the government "needs to find ways to merge public services and to enforce mobility" because some parts of the public sector are now understaffed while others are overstaffed.Since the bailout agreement last summer and a snap election won in September, the legitimacy of Tsipras' government has been "shrinking," Sotiropoulos noted, especially because of the tax policies that it enforced.But "opposition is not united, not strong enough, it has not gotten rid of accusations that past policies had a tremendously negative impact on the middle and lower classes and it doesn't have a plan of reform," he said.In recent years, and ever more so more since last summer, Greek governments have been under creditors' oversight, but Greece's situation has not much improved.-Maverick behaviour-"After 2011-2012, creditors gave up and adapted to the Greek propensity to keep the public sector intact, to be very reluctant in reforms and to limit the austerity package to its financial aspect which is fiscal consolidation without changing Greece's economic model and public structures," Sotiropoulos said. Now, he added, "creditors are not insisting enough on structural reforms".He noted that creditors do not completely agree with each other, but also that they do not really trust "a government that has behaved in maverick fashion" in the past.Compared to migration, terrorism and now Brexit, "Greece has become a small problem," he added.A year after Greeks refused austerity but were forced to accept an austere bailout anyway, their economic prospects are uncertain and will depend on the main players' will to act."Without serious attempts from the government to implement reforms and serious attempts from creditors to discuss some kind of public debt restructuring, we won't have hope after [the end of the bailout in] 2018," Sotiropoulos said.
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