23 May, 2019

Europe: EU Parliament Elections Have Begun

Posted by Socrates in Big Media, Brexit, Britain, elections, England, EU, Europe, eurozone, global citizens, global citizenship/world citizenship, global government, global vs. local/regional, Ivor Benson, media, media control, Socrates, sovereignty, Soviet states, Soviet Union at 10:57 am | Permanent Link

Quick: what’s the difference between the Soviet Union and the EU? The Soviet Union controlled 23 states, while the EU controls 28 states (unless Britain actually leaves). Same slavery, different slavemaster [1].


“Charismatic young populist candidates from France, Belgium, Italy and elsewhere are threatening to upset the consensus that the E.U. is a universal force for good.”

Oh, that’s funny! “Consensus”? That means “agreement.” What agreement? You mean, the big media agreement, in which the global media all agrees that giving up your country’s sovereignty to a “world parliament” located 3,000 miles away in Brussels is a good thing? You mean, that agreement? [2].


[1] the Soviet Union controlled Armenia, Azerbaijan, Byelorussia, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldavia, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Poland, East Germany, Albania, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Romania, Czechoslovakia and Hungary. (Honorable mentions: Cuba, Nicaragua)

[2] confusingly, the European Union has three main capitals: Strasbourg, Brussels and Luxembourg

  • One Response to “Europe: EU Parliament Elections Have Begun”

    1. The Red Skull Says:

      Heres to hoping the “nationalists”
      ie: people with common sense
      Win Big in the E jew elections!