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Who does the EU serve? Part 1
This is a very important issue that may people seem to not
understand. The #remain side refuse to
acknowledge that the EU is undemocratic and that most of its policies are
deeply flawed and undemocratic.
Contrary to popular belief, immigration was actually one of
the lower on the list of reasons why people wanted to leave.
As it has been pointed by our favourite Tory backbencher Jacob
Rees-Mogg, in the UK we have something called redress. Which means that if the
system fucked you over, you can go talk to your MP and they will help you if
you were wronged. There are systems of
appeal, and the law works, because as
the world’s oldest democracy, Britain has made them work.
How so, you might ask? Guy Verhofstadt poses as this very
dedicated human rights advocate. He was one of the people who decided to
interfere and give credibility to the EuroMaidan movement in Ukraine that
removed from power a democratically elected government and replaced it with a
bunch of nationalistic neo nazi murderers who plunged Ukraine into a civil war,
murdered 100+ people by fire ad torture I Odessa on 2nd May 2014
just for being Russian and who are currently trying very hard to exterminate
their own Russian minority, while the EU and USA look benevolently on.
What isn’t being told is that Guy Verhofstadt serves on the
board of directors in several corporations including one that handles oil and
gas transportation. This company obtained some interesting contracts with the
same Ukrainian oil company where the son of US vice-president Joe Biden is a
Yes Guy Verhofstadt supported
and cheered on to have the democratic government of Ukraine overturned and
turned a blind eye to the crimes of the new government because this brought financial
advantages to himself and the company on whose board he stands.
The people like
himself, a ruthless, undemocratic and barely elected political class, are whom
the EU serves politically.
the EU was created to serve the needs of the 6 original members who therefore
do not need to face fair competition on the global market.
Which means that it takes a very long time to experiment and
find the best types of grapes for each vineyards. This EU regulation basically
stopped Romanian wine producers from competing with established vineyards such
as those in France for years and possibly decades. Who suffered? Local producers and local
Is this fair? No, but it makes sense if you realize that the
purpose of taking new members in is to expand the prisoner EU market for the
old members, not to help the new member countries.
Local businesses are being bought out or ran out of business
Magically, if the local businesses from new member countries
are being bought out by old member country based businesses, their products
will automatically become compliant.
interests does the EU serve?
Again, the answer is simple- the interests of the original
six members, especially Germany and France.
It has been long known that the EU membership has two tiers-
those who decide and those who obey. By
way of regulations and undemocratic policies, the original members, especially Germany,
have managed to establish themselves as leaders of the EU and as a result they
can impose policies that serve their interests upon the rest of the members.
It is widely known how Greece was forced into financial ruin
by the EU especially Germany as a result of their debts. While the widely
spread fiscal irresponsibility of Greeks together with the well established
oligopoly system that sees the world’s second biggest commercial fleet paying 0
tax, together with the insane benefits system do account for some of that debt,
there is an issue that never gets addressed. Namely, Greece’s military budget.
But if that happened, German weapons industry would have lost their biggest EU client, so it didn’t happen.
to be continued
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