Friday, July 01, 2016
IS THE EU TRYING TO SCARE THE UK INTO STAYING IN THE EU.
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:
30. Jun, 09:28-Denmark's ruling liberal party is warming toward a new referendum to join EU police agency Europol after a large majority in last December's referendum (53.1% said No) - refused to join EU justice and home affairs policies. Before new year, Denmark must have secured a deal to join Europol or a new referendum will be held. "We can't just keep waiting," the party's EU spokesperson Jan E. Joergensen told Politiken.
Focus-Slovak EU presidency aims to take power away from Brussels By Eric Maurice-JUNE 30,16-EUOBSERVER
Bratislava, Today, 20:43-Slovakia is taking on the EU presidency on Friday (1 July) with a "positive agenda" and an ambition to reshape the balance of powers within the EU, in the wake of the British decision to leave.The Slovak government, which in recent months has been at loggerheads with the European Commission and some other member states over the EU scheme to relocate asylum seekers, will seek "constructive discussions," prime minister Robert Fico said.It will "focus on a positive agenda, not on topics that divide us," he told journalists in Bratislava on Thursday.He said migration would feature high on the presidency's agenda and that the EU would have to "refocus and redefine policies that are unsuccessful".Fico pointed out that opinion polls showed that "a vast majority of Europeans disagree with the current state of migration policy in Europe". Slovakia's role as EU president, Fico explained, would be to "create a forum" to allow member states to discuss the commission's proposals."We have to focus on mechanisms that function, not on those that don't function," he said, referring to the relocation mechanism.-Informal summit-The Brexit and its consequences have added a new item on Slovakia's presidency agenda. An informal summit about the future of the EU, without the UK, will be held in Bratislava on 16 September."Brussels has a negative reputation in Europe," Fico said to explain why he asked to organise the EU leaders meeting in the Slovak capital instead of the EU capital.Although only informal, it will be the first EU summit held outside Brussels since 2000, when the EU decided to end summits in the country holding the rotating presidency.Fico said that Slovakia had "great expectations for this summit" because it would launch a process where all 27 remaining member states of the EU would have a say."Crucial decisions on the future of Europe cannot be decided by a small group of member states," referring to recent meetings of foreign ministers from the EU's six founding countries.He said that decisions must now get the support of the "newer member states"."It is high time to acknowledge that these countries have a unique experience of transformation," Fico said, referring to the political and economical transition since the fall of communism.-'Brexit brings a new dynamic'-The Slovak premier added that he hoped that the discussions in a 27-format would be "the standard working method for the future."With this process, members states will reclaim the power of initiative from other EU institutions, in particular the commission.The meeting was proposed before last week's EU referendum in the UK but was agreed only at this week's summit in Brussels.It will be an opportunity for Slovakia to push for a more inter-governmental EU."The best [way] to improve the EU now is too establish strong ownership of reforms by member states," a Slovak official said and added that "Brexit brings a new dynamic."-'Citizens don't live in institutions'-Slovakia aims to change the balance of power between institutions, Fico's foreign minister Miroslav Lajcak explained."Citizens don't live in institutions, they live in member states," he told journalists.He said that "policies have to be driven by member states" and that the EU administration was there "to make sure that there is no conflict between political decision and their implementation".He said that some member states felt they were sidelined."When the EU council [where member states sit] agrees on something, the commission comes with proposals that are divisive," mainly referring to proposals on refugee sharing.But the "last thing" he wanted to see was a competition between institutions."We don't need finger pointing," Lajcak said. "We all share the responsibility of failures and the responsibility to find solutions."
Analysis-Is the EU trying to scare the UK into staying in? By Eric Maurice-JUNE 30,16-EUOBSERVER
BRUSSELS, 30. Jun, 09:22-There is "no way back from the Brexit vote,” German chancellor Angela Merkel said after an EU summit on Tuesday (29 June), reflecting the view of other EU leaders.They set out a tough road ahead for the UK and the prime minister who will succeed David Cameron in September.Article 50, the legal framework for the exit process, will have to be triggered "as quickly as possible". Until then, there will be "no negotiations of any kind" about future relations between the EU and the UK.The only way for the UK to discuss the post-referendum situation is to enter a two-year process that leads out of the EU.And when talks start, there will be "no cherry-picking", EU leaders added. Britain will not be able to pick and choose from EU law.In particular, EU leaders stressed that to access the EU single market, Britain will have to accept "all four freedoms" - freedoms of movement for goods, services, capital and people.Many in the UK refer to Norway as a model of a non-EU country with access to the 500-million people EU market.An EU diplomat pointed out that in this case, and in addition to the acceptance of the four freedoms, the UK would have to be a member of the Schengen free-movement area and pay a "substantial financial contribution".-Rules of divorce-In short, the EU is telling Britain that Brexit will not pay and that it will not have much choice on the conditions for its exit."Rules of divorce have to be set by the European Council," French president Francois Hollande summarised on Wednesday.At the same time, Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon was meeting the leaders of the European Parliament and European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.She was in Brussels to demonstrate "the determination to ensure all options are considered to enable Scotland to remain in the EU", she said in a statement.That includes a break up from the rest of the UK.One source suggests that the plan in EU circles could be to avoid Brexit entirely by showing "Brexiteers" the full consequences of their vote."From what I see and hear, I think the plan is to wait for the notification of Article 50," a source from a member state told EUobserver.“The plan is to help the pro-EU in the next [British] government so they don't take that step.”The EU could also wait and hope for a snap election in the autumn where a leader would get a mandate not to implement the referendum outcome - because the vote is not legally binding - or even to organise a second referendum.-'You see what Europe takes out'-Some statements from EU capitals seem to support this analysis."You don't always see what Europe brings when you're in, but you see what Europe takes out when you're not in any more," Hollande said.He said "those who love Europe the most are those who are not in”, and suggested this would be the fate of the UK.US secretary of state John Kerry added fuel to the theory.One day after coming back from a visit to Brussels and London to assess the situation, he said at the Aspen Ideas Festival, in Colorado, that Brexit was "a very complicated divorce" and that there were "a number of ways" to avoid it.But for others, the idea that EU leaders would be tough on the UK in order to keep the country in the bloc is far-fetched.."I didn't hear anything like that. If there is a plan to give a chance to the UK it is well protected," an EU official said.He added that what the UK could expect is "a couple of years of pain" before maybe asking to come back in the EU.."The case would be made. You need to experiment for real to see what it is like," he said.For many member states, showing the consequences of an EU exit is an important way of countering calls for referendums by eurosceptic parties in other countries.-'Politically difficult'-It would also discourage demands for exemptions or privileges from other member states.In the UK, it would be "extremely difficult politically to backtrack on the referendum result", said Agata Gostynska-Jakubowska, a research fellow at the London-based Center for European Reform.The only possibility would be an early election, she told EUobserver, adding that such a scenario was “politically difficult to imagine”.Boris Johnson, who led the Leave campaign, has hinted he would not call an election, as a signal to MPs who would fear losing their seats.If there is an election, pro-EU parties may have to promise a new referendum, or simply pledge to ignore the previous one."It is difficult to win an election with that," Gostynska-Jakubowska noted. "People are still not sympathetic to the EU."In addition, she said, a two-thirds majority in the House of Commons is needed to call an election, so "it would not only be the Conservative Party's call".-Message in two directions-The Labour party, which is increasingly divided on Europe and over its leadership, would probably not vote for an early election.Faced with political uncertainty, EU leaders sent the message that the next British government will have to decide quickly.They did not understand why Cameron did not trigger Article 50 immediately and they must now wait to know who will be prime minister and what his or her position will be.That is why their message "can be read in two directions", another source from a member state told this website."It's up to the UK to decide. It can decide that staying in is better in the end. But if it decides to leave, it knows what the conditions will be."
EU must change 'ideological' policy on Russia, says Slovak FM By Eric Maurice-EUOBSERVER
Bratislava, 30. Jun, 15:46-The EU needs to redefine its relations with Russia and evaluate economic sanctions, Slovakia's foreign minister has said."We need to redefine relationships and put it on realistic ground," Miroslav Lajcak told journalists in Bratislava on Thursday (30 June) a day before Slovakia takes the six-month presidency of the EU Council.He said the EU had been "too ideological", with western members states being "hypocritical" and eastern members "unrealistic".He said the EU needed "a new kind of partnership" with Russia."I propose we treat Russia like a strategic reality, whenever we can, on issues we can,” he said, adding that "without Russia we are unable to solve a number of local problems"."Russia is a fact, it is a global player," he said.EU leaders are set to discuss their Russia policy in October but an informal meeting of foreign ministers in September will be "a good platform" to start, the Slovak minister said.EU countries this week are expected to extend economic sanctions against Russia until December.Before the next decision, EU states should evaluate if sanctions bring them closer to their goals, Lajcak said.“It's not credible to extend sanctions every six months without discussion,” he said. “No-one should be afraid of discussion.”He noted that sanctions were effective in a way "because they hurt the Russian economy".But he also noted that EU's goal was to change Russia's political position on Ukraine, but that had not happened."Are we going to stick to sanctions or are we going to adapt them," he asked. "It should depend on the situation in the ground."At the end of the year, the 2014 Minsk agreement for a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine will be assessed, and some countries like Italy and Hungary have asked for a general discussion on sanctions and Russia relations.That is why the government wants to push for a discussion ahead of the October summit, said a Slovak source, who dismissed views that Slovakia was against the sanctions.Earlier this year, Slovak prime minister Robert Fico said "the sooner [sanctions] are removed, the better".The source said Slovakia would just organise the discussion at ministerial level and that an eventual proposal for a decision by EU leaders would be tabled by European Council president Donald Tusk.
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