Democracy Fading Fast in EuropeDemocracy was further eroded in the EU recently with a ruling by the Court of Justice that gives the EU the authority to impose new EU laws on the citizens of member nations.
Democracy Fading Fast in Europe
The EU has always been a secret mechanism designed to end European democracy and impose a globalist police state. It was sold to Europeans as a regional market and economic union that would improve the lives of citizens. Eastern europeans were blatantly lied to about the benefits and told that once they were members of the EU they could obtain jobs for 30 Euro/hour and could work anywhere in the EU. The reality is that most of them have been shut out of jobs, denied work permits and when they do get a job it is for 6 to 8 euro and doesn’t cover basic living expenses.
On of the first steps towards dissolving the rights of the individual nations was made by an recent ruling by the EU Court of Justice which gives the EU Commission the power to create new criminal laws across the EU that will supercede all local law. This negates the rights of member nations to create and impose their own laws or defend their citizens from unreasonable laws created by the EU. Member nations didn’t have the right to vote on the ruling, although many opposed it.
The EU Commission is appointed by the EU Parliment. Members of the Parliment are supposed to be elected to their positions by the citizens of each country. Some countries allow the political parties in power to appoint MPs. Parliment cannot initiate legislation, but it can amend or veto it in many policy areas. The Parliment cannot reverse the ruling of the Court of Justice nor can it create legistlation that would undo the ruling.
Now that the EU has gained such power the next likely step will be to stage ‘terrorist’ attacks to justify the imposition of US style laws designed to suppress dissent and negate basic human rights.
The European Union doesn’t have to be a negative thing. It could certainly be an important step forward for a region that is mired in cultural and economic rot. However, it was not designed as a democratic institution. Most positions are appointed, not elected. Most rulings can’t be appealed by member states. Citizens are not allowed to vote on the issues that affect them. The entire system is deliberately designed to remove power from the people and member states and concentrate it in a very few hands. Given human nature and the character of those who seek power, it is inevitable that the power will be abused.