30 March, 2008

The Lisbon Treaty

Posted by Socrates in Britain, communism, EU, Europe, globalization, jewed culture, Lisbon Treaty, New World Order, Socrates, tikkun olam, treaties at 1:48 am | Permanent Link

Less than a century after Europe escaped communization, another form of globalism threatens to enslave it. Let’s call it “globalism-by-treaty” or maybe just “briefcase globalism.” Whatever you want to call it, it’s still the same old One World Government agenda, which is ultimately based on Judaism. (Feel free to ignore the reference to the Battle of Britain):

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  7. 2 Responses to “The Lisbon Treaty”

    1. Bobby Says:

      IRELAND OPPOSES LISBON TREATY!

      ICP opposed to Lisbon Treaty

      http://www.immigrationcontrol.org/lisbon.html

      Other links of relevance:

      http://unitedirelander.blogspot.com/2008/03/words-on-wednesdaywith-kieran-allen.html

      http://irish-nationalism.net/forum/

      http://geocities.com/irishnationalist1921/

    2. Anon Says:

      Yeah, Ireland is the only country in the EU (a supranational entity of 27 states) voting on this nation-destroying Lisbon Treaty. It really is the Final Curtain on the sovereign Nation State. I remember reading a Stormfront-linked article on it a few years ago; how it’s modelled on the Soviet system, how it will form dominion “regions”, and how EU law will reign supreme. It’s finally come to it though now and those points are not being heard too clearly.

      Ireland needs to defeat the Lisbon Treaty. We’ve become pretty liberal and decadent lately (a Celtic/pagan tradition?) but I do hope we’ve the balls to stop it in its tracks. There’s a good chance the EU sees us a weak link.