During a speech in 2006, Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovksy referred to classified documents held by the Politburo and the Central Committee. The confidential documents spelled out a plan to turn Europe into a totalitarian super-state.
In 1989, during a visit by a Trilateral Commission delegation sent to convince Mikhail Gorbachev to turn Russia over to globalist loan sharks at the World Bank and IMF, the former French president Giscard d’Estaing told Gorbachev: “I cannot tell you exactly when it will happen – probably within 15 years – but Europe is going to be a federal state.” This was several years before the signing of the Maastricht treaty creating the European Union.
“How the hell did Giscard d’Estaing know what was going to happen in 15 years time?” Bukovksy asked during his speech. “And surprise, surprise, how did he become the author of the European constitution? A very good question. It does smell of conspiracy, doesn’t it?”
Six years after Bukovksy’s revelation, we are witnessing the final phase of “European integration” as a bankster devised economic crisis sweeps the continent. On Saturday, the president of the Czech Republic, Václav Klaus, told The Telegraph that “two-faced” politicians are paving the way for the EU super-state. “We need to think about how to restore our statehood and our sovereignty. That is impossible in a federation. The EU should move in an opposite direction,” he said.
Zero Hedge writes today:
Alas, what also is impossible in
The Internet has been burning up about the “Comeback Team” after Willard Romney announced his VP choice as Paul Ryan.
Star of conservatives because of his “leadership” in heralding “smaller government” and Ryan’s much touted efforts to solve America’s financial crisis. Sounds good – until you read the label.
calls him) when he argued that successful American entrepreneurs “didn’t build” their businesses on their own. Government bureaucrats were mostly responsible for their success, the Marxist in the White House asserted, citing government-run schools, roads, etc. Like all Marxists, Barack Obama is belligerently ignorant of economics and is in denial of much of economic reality.
WASHINGTON — According to press reports from sycophants in the mainstream media, Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin had a productive, 2-hour, private meeting of the minds during this week’s G-20 summit in Los Cabos, Mexico. Don’t believe it.
The United Nations, which continues uninterrupted to promote itself as the world’s infallible, fuzzy warm blanket is, in reality, a fetid swamp with everything that grows there poisonous to the outside world.
Alabama Fights a UN Land Grab
Townhall.com ^ | May 31, 2012 | Townhall.com Staff
Posted on Thursday, May 31, 2012 10:56:03 AM by Kaslin
Editor’s Note: This column was authored by Justice Gilpin-Green
Individual rights must take a backseat to community interests. Sound familiar? That’s probably because it’s been the ideology that American presidents have been agreeing to since 1992.
Enter Agenda 21, the 40 chapter document from the United Nations that establishes environmental “principles” at local, national, regional, and international levels-and the object of Ayn Rand’s nightmare.
Defined these days as “sustainable development,” Agenda 21 seeks to transform humanity with “new global ethics.” At the most basic level, beyond the soft words like “sustainability” and “eco-friendly environments”, Agenda 21 takes away private property ownership, single-family homes, private car ownership, individual travel choices, and privately owned farms. These socialist ethics, as described by Mikhail Gorbachev at the UN Rio Conference in 1995, mean that “we should restrict and limit our consumption and also reassess our way of life, we should be more modest.”
MEDIA IGNORES THE DELEGATES RON PAUL HAS WON
Ron Paul won the most delegates in Maine and Nevada. Someone named Lauren in Louisiana reported that he won 111 of 150 delegates in the Louisiana State Convention. One newspaper article said it was an embarrassment for Romney but that news never left the state. How many more states have there been there like that? After primaries in Indiana, North Carolina and West Virginia, the established media says Romney figures he’s close to the 1,144 delegates he needs to clinch the nomination. The media has been busy reporting on the France and Greece elections and the anti-government protests in Russia over Putin’s re-election. In Russia they decide between themselves who will hold which job. It’s like a swap in chess – my bishop for your rook.
In 2008 Romney was encouraged to drop out and support McCain. He was promised his turn the next time around. Sounds like Russia. Without the Internet, we would have never learned how many states Ron Paul has won. But instead of reporting Paul’s victories, now there are those who have decided that he is doing something sneaky or unfair or, God forbid, he’s undermining democracy (mob squad). Of course, we have a “republic” which makes what Ron Paul is doing perfectly legitimate and long overdue- challenging the establishment!
Let Me Be Clear! (“…I will do whatever I want, when I want, by passing Congress, the Courts, The Supreme Court, for the good of the American People, whether they want it or not. Sometimes, I must make the tough decisions for you. These decisions may be hard to swallow, like…”)
El Presidente had issued is edict and it is out of the closet. “Let me be clear, I will do whatever I want, when I want, by passing Congress, the Courts, The Supreme Court, for the good of the American People, whether they want it or not. Sometimes, I must make the tough decisions for you.
These decisions may be hard to swallow, like overspending, laying off military personnel, and crony capitalisim.
Let me be clear. Parents know better than their children. Therefore I as your President, will do anything to hold onto power till the course I have laid out for the nation is complete. The Constitution may have to take a back seat to what I see the nation needs. I know this may be illegal. But life can be a bitch, and I would know that being closely associated with many.
Obama’s Russia Policy: Trust, Don’t Verify
Townhall.com ^ | November 18, 2011 | Ken Blackwell
Posted on Friday, November 18, 2011 9:51:01 AM by Kaslin
President Reagan’s famous dictum, which he often quoted to Mikhail Gorbachev in Russian, was Trust but Verify. (In Russian, it rhymes: Doverai, no proverai.) President Obama has recognized that Reagan was a “transformational” president. He says he gave the old man credit, though he never gave him his vote.
Now, Barack Obama is determined also to be a transformational president. And he is succeeding in this. More’s the pity. His Russian policy is one of “Trust, Don’t Verify.”
First, he cancelled missile defense for our new allies— Poland , Hungary , the Czech Republic . This was done with the hope and expectation that it would make the Russians more cooperative on Iran.
Russia has responded by pulling the teeth of any sanctions resolutions at the UN that threatened to really bite the Iranian mullahs. The Washington Post tells us—in a front page story, no less, the absorbing tale of Vyascheslav Danilenko, Russian nuclear scientist, who is said to be aiding Iran in development of a nuclear weapon.
Politicians rarely admit mistakes, but Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev always was in a different class. So it is not surprising that, as he looked back on his six tumultuous years in power at the head of the Soviet Union, he was willing to count the errors he had made.
In an exclusive interview with the Guardian he named at least five. They led not just to his own downfall 20 years ago; they also brought the collapse of the Soviet Union and the introduction of an unregulated economic free-for-all that turned a few Russians into billionaires while plunging millions of people into poverty.
Gorbachev cuts a relaxed, even cheerful figure these days, but there are still the occasional twinges of bitterness, particularly when discussing his arch-rival Boris Yeltsin, or when he described the plotters who put him under house arrest in the Crimea during their abortive coup 20 years ago .
“They wanted to provoke me into a fight and even a shootout and that could have resulted in my death,” he said.
Asked to name the things he most regretted, he replied without hesitation: “The fact that I went on too long in trying to reform the Communist party.” He should have resigned in April 1991, he said, and formed a democratic party of reform since the Communists were putting the brakes on all the necessary changes.
This judgement will be of particular interest to historians since it is Gorbachev’s first public admission that he should have left the Communist party several months before the coup of August 1991. In the memoirs he published in 1995 he did not go so far.
Things came to a head at a session of the Communist party’s central committee in April 1991.
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al-Khalili: Gorbachev, Castro, Nixon, and Brzezinski Admitted Islam Is the Only Model for Mankind:
‘Can Communism survive in Vietnam and China?’
He said: ‘No. Communism is dead, so it cannot survive.’ He was asked: ‘What is the alternative?’ He said: ‘I don’t believe that the alternative is capitalism, socialism, or democracy. The alternative is a different order. We have to adapt to a new civilization.’
That day, I asked myself what he meant by that. Did he mean a civilization of cow worshippers? No. He meant the civilization of Islam, even if he did not say so explicitly.
Shortly after that, Castro, that radical Communist, admitted that the Koran is the only model left for mankind to follow. This was also admitted by Nixon, in his final days, as well as by Brzezinski and many others from the Eastern and Western blocs.
This means that the Islamic nation is expected to take the reins of the convoy of humanity, leading it to safe haven, and protecting it from suicide.”
The left intends to seize powerThe left intends to seize power. They don’t care about the objective viability of the system. They assume that once they have absolute power, everyone will just do what they’re told. At some point their authoritarian monopoly of power will implode along the lines of basic functionality. Which is what happened in the Soviet Union. But not until they have completely exhausted everything, wiped out agriculture, turned industry into an unworkable joke and made sure that the country is run by people who can’t tie their own shoes. That’s what happened in the Soviet Union—and now it’s happening here. Only when they fail so badly that it is impossible to go on any longer, will they agree to a few “free market” reforms. Before trying to go back to the old ways anyway.
The left isn’t capable of stopping what it’s doing, not because they can’t do simple arithmetic, but because they refuse to give up power. Or contemplate another strategy, such as letting the free market run wild for a decade, to build up their support and revitalize their movement. They’re getting what they wanted and it’s everything they imagined. Absolute power is within their reach. The old order giving way to a new order. The aristocracy of the ideologues getting their chance at power back where it all began. And they would rather consolidate power, hang on to it with their teeth and ride the wave down to the rocks—than cooperate and reform the system.
Mikhail Gorbachev, the former leader of the Soviet Union, has warned that Afghanistan risks turning into another Vietnam, telling Nato that victory is impossible.By The TelegraphOctober 27, 2010 “The Telegraph” – -Mr Gorbachev, who pulled Russian troops out of Afghanistan in 1989 after a 10-year war, said the US had no alternative but to withdraw troops.
“Victory is impossible in Afghanistan. [Barack] Obama is right to pull the troops out. No matter how difficult it will be,” he told the BBC.Mr Gorbachev added that as the Soviets prepared to withdraw from Afghanistan, the US was training militants, “the same ones who today are terrorising Afghanistan and more and more of Pakistan”.He said that because of this, withdrawal would be more difficult.”But what’s the alternative – another Vietnam? Sending in half-a-million troops? That wouldn’t work.
“His comments came amid news that Dmitry Medvedev, the Russian president, will attend a Nato summit next month, to discuss plans for Russian forces to return to Afghanistan.Nato officials said Russia had agreed to sell helicopters to Afghanistan and provide training.Moscow will allow Nato forces to withdraw equipment from Afghanistan overland for the first time, in proposals expected to be agreed in Lisbon.
“The summit can mark a new start in the relationship between Nato and Russia,” said Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the Nato secretary-general.”We will hopefully agree on a broad range of areas in which we can develop practical co-operation on Afghanistan, counter-terrorism, counter-narcotics.”He also said that British and US troops would remain on Afghanistan’s front lines for years under an open-ended agreement to be signed at the summit. Hamid Karzai, the Afghan president, has demanded that his forces take over the fight against the Taliban by 2014.