EXPOSED! Hidden EU Plan for "Super-Country" No Member Border Control, no Member central banks, no Member own currency, new EU Army!Post by Newsroom - Jun 27, 2016 - 7
Updated: See Bottom -- The mask has finally come off the real reason for the "BREXIT" as a 10 page EU plan by France and Germany is now exposed, creating an EU "Super-State" where members would no longer be countries! Apparently, 20 Ministers of the EU have already signed-off on the plan at secret meetings in Berlin and Paris, and countries which have not signed off, will be given an ultimatum at a meeting in Prague later today: Accept this or get out of the EU. This document was kept secret from the British people prior to the BREXIT vote; apparently to conceal from them they would be asked to give up being a country!
A European superstate instead of the European Union, such an ultimatum will be presented to the countries of the Visegrad Group at a meeting in Prague, according to German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier. The "passed 20" and portal tvp.info came to describing the plan 9-page document, signed by foreign ministers in Berlin and Paris.
If the provisions of the document would enter into force, instead of the European Union there would one European country, depending on today's most powerful EU players, France and Germany.
Nothing SovereignMember states actually would have no right to their own army, their own special services, a separate Criminal Code, a separate tax system - including taxes. Member states cannot have their own currency, or a central bank capable of defending the financial interests of the nation-state.
In addition, Member States actually lose control of their borders, and procedures for admission and relocation of refugees on their territory. The project also envisages the introduction of a uniform visa system and conduct of common foreign policy terms with other countries and international organizations.
The document also limits the role of NATO in the European continent.
In the preamble of the text, France and Germany wrote: "Our countries share a common destiny and a common set of values that give rise to an even closer union between our citizens. We will therefore strive for a political union in Europe and invite the next Europeans to participate in this endeavor. " Nine pages of the document leave no doubt as to the shape which it intends to adopt.
ARMED FORCESThe document reads in part: "The threat to security of one country is equal to the danger of others, so we believe that our security is one and indivisible. We believe that the European Union and European security order is part of our fundamental interests, and we will defend them in all circumstances.
France and Germany share a common vision of Europe as a union of security, based on solidarity and mutual assistance between Member States, supporting the common security and defense policy. Ensuring Europe's security, as well as participation in building peace and global stability lie at the heart of the European project. " Germany and France propose the establishment of the body called "European Security Compact ", dealing with" all aspects of security and defense at the European level "and thereby "ensuring the safety of EU citizens at all levels."
"The EU should be able to plan and carry out both civilian and military operations in a more efficient manner, with the support of permanent civil-military chains of command. The Union should be able to rely on constantly paid rapid reaction force and be able to provide joint funding mechanisms for such activities.
In the framework of European cooperation, Member States decide to establish a permanent structure of cooperation in the defense field, along with the ability to run the defense operations in a flexible manner. In situations where it is needed, EU countries should consider the establishment of marine forces or acquire other types of abilities of the resources belonging to the EU. "
THE SPECIAL SERVICES (INTELLIGENCE/SPYING)One of the first steps towards the creation of intelligence system of the new state, the idea of Germany and France is "to create a common system of analysis of our strategic environment and a common understanding of our interests. France and Germany propose the EU be regularly review its strategic environment, which will be discussed in the Foreign Affairs Council and the Council of the European Union. These surveys will be through "independent structure, able to assess the situation, based on the EU's history, the center of operations and expertise from outside the European institutions." This prominent structure to lead to "strategic intelligence analysis, approved at the European level."
France and Germany postulate addition, the appointment of a European platform for intelligence cooperation, "respecting the prerogatives of national and uses existing tools; improving the exchange of data, scenario planning threats to groups of countries, as well as the creation of a "European response capabilities" and "European corps of civil defense."
NO INDIVIDUAL MEMBER CRIMINAL LAWSThe European public prosecutor and the criminal code in the document, boostS the powers of the office of the European Public Prosecutor, which have been acting only in defense of the financial interests of the EU. The authors postulate an increase in its powers to fight against terrorism and organized crime. According to the authors, "this would require harmonization of penal codes between Member States".
NO SOVEREIGN CONTROL OVER THEIR OWN BORDERSIf this plan enters into force, the provisions proposed in the German-French EU national plan, members would lose their right to run their own migration policy: "There should be no unilateral national responses to the challenges of the crisis migration (...) Germany and France are convinced that it is high time to introduce a truly integrated policy on asylum, refugee and migration. "
To implement this policy, it is proposed to establish a "first multinational border guards and coast guard" to which Frontex by nation-states would delegate staff.
COMPULSORY DIVISION OF REFUGEESThe document also envisages sanctioning of forced migration quotas for Member States: "The situation in which the burden of migration is unevenly borne by a limited number of countries is not sustainable. First, the Dublin system has to be improved by providing permanent mechanisms linking and distribution of the burden of migrants between Member States ."
France and Germany have been holding talks on refugees from AfricaAccording to the common position of France and Germany, successive waves of migration are conducted after some time talking with external partners, "Germany and France have already begun talks on behalf of the EU, on migration at a high level, with a number of African countries and extend this dialogue to the next.
Key causes of migration, such as poverty, insecurity and political instability should be of interest to the European Union. "
The European Monetary UnionOne of the most comprehensive parts of the document are issues concerning the enlargement of Monetary Union, or the implementation of a common currency - the euro. The authors write, among other things: "However, we must admit that the euro crisis and its aftermath have shown some deficiencies which make citizens question the compatibility of the single currency promises, folding before its introduction, and even doubt the wisdom of keeping the euro project. However, we have the intention of further proceedings on three fronts simultaneously: strengthening economic cohesion, enhance social justice and democratic accountability and increasing resilience to shocks, so as to ensure the irreversibility of the euro.
The EURO- "When, not "if"The authors acknowledge also that the requirements for membership in the monetary union and the tax implications associated with its implementation, are "higher than anyone could have predicted when the euro was introduced." Therefore, France and Germany "must respect the rights of others to decide when to introduce the common currency."
The development of the European Monetary Union will require - according to the authors - the intensification of the political process as well as the division between the state, for the cost of the tax burden: "In light of the existing imbalances, deepening EMU will not be like the Great Bang, but rather is the result of a pragmatic and gradual evolution, taking into account the issues of economic growth and employment. "
The common fiscal policy part of the new European Monetary Union will be also the question of the ability of the tax countries. Lack of a common policy in this area is, according to the authors of "the missing cornerstone of the European Monetary Union", and "in the long term, should ensure macroeconomic stability in the euro area level, and to limit unilateral transfers", which in practice must be understood as a call to create a uniform tax system in all future European Union, and reducing the existence of tax competition between countries.
SuperStation95 has obtained the original government source document from a source in Germany. The document, a PDF, is in the German Language and is now available for download HERE
UPDATE:This story is now CONFIRMED by the London Daily Mail and The Express newspapers, over twelve hours AFTER SuperStation95 broke this news. Our readers got it first and got it right.
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