Though the way in which euro-zone citizens will be convinced to give up their national sovereignty and accept a regional government remains to be seen, it would appear that euro-zone leaders may have the details of it in the works. Kind of like how George Soros has said that the One World regulatory bank system is in the works.
Former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroederinsists that the only way that the euro-zone is going to avoid economic collapse is to surrender their national sovereignty and form a “United States of Europe,” according to CNBC This isn’t the first time that such a suggestion has been made. In fact, The Center for European Reform chief economist Simon Tilford told NY Times back in May of 2010 that major structural changes are necessary in order to resolve the European debt crisis. He pointed out that “Germany seems uninterested in changing its economic model to benefit the poorer south.” Funny, Germans apparently don’t like having their earnings redistributed, either.
Its being suggested that European countries with fewer funds will need “continual transfers of funds” from the more economically stable countries, and Tilford admits that “I don’t see the necessary social solidarity in the wider euro zone to provide this kind of fiscal supranationalism. The myth of European integration and solidarity has been exposed as wishful thinking.” In other words, socialism isn’t working and the redistribution of wealth brings resentment and hostility among people groups – not acceptance and peace.
Italy is the most recently reported case in point regarding a continual need for “continual transfers,” in that the European Central Bank has been buying the country’s bonds, but Italy is still in some very deep economic trouble. If its economy collapses as Greece’s and Portugal’s did, it will have a far greater impact because Italy is the third largest economy in the euro-zone, according to Reuters The ECB has also insisted that Italy hasn’t done enough on its own through austerity measures to attempt to prevent a collapse.
Obama has admitted to watching the Greek crisis closely. He has also indicated that he is concerned about their debt problems and that his administration is keeping in touch with Europe. If socialist Greece and the EU were a part of his model for “remaking” the U.S., then one can only hope that the notes he is taking include the fact that it doesn’t appear to be working – not for average citizens anyway.
Unfortunately, average American citizens probably haven’t been much of a concern seeming as The Hill reported back in May of 2010 that Vice President Joe Biden announced in Spain that the US will not only support efforts to bailout Greece, but also “potentially other countries within the European Union.” So America has been a contributor to bailing out Europe, and that move will probably eventually be to our own demise.
But then if there is a One World governmental dictatorship in the making to go along with that One World regulatory bank system, all countries will eventually be forced into a position of surrendering their national sovereignty, and in effect, having their borders erased for the benefit of a One world system noted in end times Bible Prophecy. And of course somewhere in this messed up mix, there is also eventually going to be a One World religion – perhaps something in an opaque shade of environmental green.
Meanwhile, Real Clear Politics reports that Teamster President Jimmy Hoffa is declaring that the union is an “army” that is willing to bow its knees to Obama and the rest of the liberals in Washington in their agenda and efforts to “remake” America.
Apparently, the unions have their own financial problems as the baby boomers who have become a part of them prepare to retire. Human Events reported that, “In February, the White House released its ‘Annual Report on the Middle Class’ containing new regulations favored by Big Labor including a bailout of critically underfunded union pension plans through ‘retirement security’ options.
The radical solution most favored by Big Labor is the seizure of private 401(k) plans for government disbursement — which lets them off the hook for their collapsing retirement scheme. And, of course, the Obama administration is eager to accommodate their buddies.
Vice President Joe Biden floated the idea, called ‘Guaranteed Retirement Accounts’ (GRAs), in the February ‘Middle Class’ report” (emphasis added).
The Republicans have been attempting to fight the move, and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann has written a letter in opposition to the proposal, which was signed by several Republican members of Congress.
In what could easily be construed as proof that Washington believes that what we earn actually belongs to them and they simply allow us to live and work here, Fox News reported that, “Recently, the House Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor and Pensions took testimony on the deductibility of 401(k) contributions and ways to limit the plans. Reuters reports that the American Benefits Council and the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries testified, the latter discussing its latest study contesting how much 401(k) deductibility actually costs the U.S. Treasury.”
So much for unions truly being about the rights of little guy employees of the 21st century.