Thursday, September 8, 2011

Hell and Brimstone! Euri Rescue Plan Does Mass Putsch!

Perceptive readers have known for a long time that Europe has been set up as quasi yank country to compete on the world stage with the real yanks. Except that we can't because we don't have the brain power to do so. Mentally we are still slaves and therefore can't think BIG and independently. After a bit of a kurfuffle and perhaps some brouhaha we submissively accept the world-historical facts our betters have thought up for us. Because they would never be able to accomplish it by democratic means, they don't let a crisis go to waste to shove us their supranational Utopia down the throat. Take the Greek, Irish and Portuguese bailouts as an example.
The bailouts have brought down once proud and free nations to de facto wards of the would-be European state and have led to the hatching of two ugly broods, called Huey, Dewey and Louie European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) and the European Financial Stability Mechanism (EFSM). In order to "calm the markets" and "stabilize the currency" a permanent MEGA TREATY is necessary. The euro regents thought of that too. This is a mature monster called the European Stability Mechanism (EMS), designed specifically to evade referendums in the member countries. It will come quietly into force some time in 2013, when the two ugly hatchlings will end up as a stew, canard à la Rumpy Pumpy. The monster, Leviathan meanwhile is preparing a coup on the budget rights of all parliaments within the euri zone. In Germany a vid, explaining the plan, has been going viral. Two things have emerged: while all political parties in the German Bundestag have been in receipt of the draft treaty since May, no public discourse has been held on the subject matter. This is by design. Secondly, it has become obvious that representatives are not supposed to talk about it directly. Our leaders are selling us, our rights and our sovereignty while we stand by and watch it happen. It's important to keep an eye on Germany. The Constitutional Court has stept in at the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty when German politicians forgot for a moment that the EU is not (yet) a state. Today the Court has come out with another ruling. Read about it in Zerohedge: "the Court gave the Bundestag’s Budget Committee an effective veto over future activation of the eurozone’s bailout fund, the EFSF, and reinforced German constitutional restrictions on the introduction of Eurobonds". Here's an English translation of the piece that explains the vid, written by Günther Lachmann.