Rothchild demands Britain stay a part of EU – the Europe Union… but, does he have a say?
Rothschild, who was chairman of his family bank from 1976 – 2003, pats his family on the back a bit, saying, “The brothers, working together to exchange information and ideas, built an extraordinary business that operated across boundaries and cultures.” Well, it certainly did operate across boundaries and cultures, but the only information and ideas they exchanged was to promote themselves.
The RIT Capital Partners investment trust, which is a family business that originated with five brothers. The Rothschilds set up a personal banking system that has become international and referred to as the Federal Reserve System- which is basically monopoly money printed on worthless paper and backed by nothing… but, nonetheless, with all the corruption with the world leaders, has made them the richest family in the world, effectively allowing them to “own” every country in the world.
Well, now, with the help of the internet to give us knowledge we didn’t previously have, and people awaking, more and more of the world are demanding to be released from this corrupt and menacing system that is only positive for one family in the world. At this time, tomorrow, Britain will be voting on whether to remain part of the EU or to leave that Union and become Sovereign again. An act that all of the elites are vehemently against.
Rothschild said we live in a time when “international order based on cooperation is crucial to prosperity and security”. I have to ask… whose prosperity is he talking about?? His? And does “International Order” = One World Government?
“I can see no good reason why we should accept our playing a diminished role on the world stage,” He had the nerve to say.
The Greeks see good reason to do OPPOSITE of what Rothschild demands, and they announced the reasons in an open letter to the people of the UK:
The United Kingdom joined the European Community in 1973. Only two years later, in 1975, it was decided in a referendum, which was approved by 66% of the voters, if the UK should stay in the European Community.
Unfortunately, these inviting promises either proved to be false or failed. There is nothing about freedom, solidarity or friendship in the European Union. The European Union has proven to act on behalf of the interest of banks, multi-national enterprises and groups in the shadow, as advised by professional think-tanks and lobbyists- not in favor of its people. In fact, the European Union is an economic union with a common market (without internal borders) which enables a free circulation of money, goods and people/workforce, and an ongoing process to harmonize business standards. The European Union is designed as a cartel and typically, there is a lack of democratic structures and processes.
The peoples’ vote got lost in the bureaucracy of the European Union, as it is driven by technocrats and an agenda which will lead to the United States of Europe shortly, the loss of the national sovereignty and identity of the European countries. The national parliaments have already delegated to a large extend their responsibilities and sovereignty to the European Institutions and consequently the national voting becomes more and more irrelevant.
The European Parliament, the only institution in the European Union the people voted for, has a more or less decorative function, it cannot legislate as we know it from national parliaments. The European Commission, which is in fact the European government, is not elected. It consists of delegates from the national governments. As Horst Seehofer – Prime Minister of Bavaria – put it: Those who are elected do not decide and those who decide are not elected.
European Union has a track history of ignoring the vote of the people. Referenda are only welcome if they approve the official policy of the European Union. If the people didn’t vote as requested, the governments used to arrange an information campaign and repeat the referendum until the outcome is convenient or the referendum result is ignored or twisted.
Denmark voted in the referendum in June 1992, against the Maastricht treaty, the re-negotiated version was approved in a second referendum, in May 1993.
In 2001 Irish voters rejected the Treaty of Nice, in a second referendum 2002 it was approved.
We, the Greek people, voted in July 2015, against further austerity measures required by the Troika, and our vote was ignored. Prior the referendum even highest officials of the European Union warned the Greek people not to vote NO as this would lead to a Grexit; even this is not ruled in the European treaties.
In March 2016, the European Union signed a deal with Turkey on the migration crisis. Part of the deal is that the European Union takes over a quota of migrants and distributes them by a defined key within the European countries. Hungary has announced to hold a referendum on the enforced migration, but this referendum was condemned as an undemocratic measure.
Some time ago, the Dutch people voted in a referendum against the EU-Ukraine agreement. EU officials mentioned in several interviews, that obviously referenda are dangerous and a threat against the European Union. Truly, referenda are dangerous to today’s E.U., but not dangerous to the people of Europe. In the meantime, there are serious discussions to prohibit referenda within the European Union in general in order to avoid further conflicts.
Even in Switzerland, the country with the most enhanced practice of referenda, the politicians fear more than anything else the vote of the people, as it may destroy their plans in case the people do not vote as they recommend them.
The European Alliance stop- TTIP is an initiative of more than 500 organizations all over Europe and has collected more than 3.4 million signatures in order to stop TTIP and CETA. Those agreements are considered as a threat to democracy, environment, consumers and labour standards. But the European Commission ignores them…
Dear friends of democracy in the UK,
We want to express our solidarity as we know that you have to make a historical decision for your country and for your people, as we did last summer.
On 23rd June 2016, you will have to decide in a referendum, on the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union. A referendum is a direct democratic element, the highest expression of the peoples will, a privilege and a rare opportunity in the European Union.
You have now the historical chance to mark your national independence day and stop the further transformation of Europe into a European dictatorship.
Democracy is the key to freedom, peace and prosperity; it protects human rights and ensures respect and tolerance.
Our thoughts are with you. We send you best wishes from Greece for a democratic voting