A European Superstate?

Germany and the new Vichy France are pushing Poland and other former eastern block nations to sign-up for the new One State Solution in Europe: the European Superstate… aka The Fatherland. I guess this falls under the “you gotta be shitting me” category.

Since I always cower in the face of pure totalitarian fascism, I’ve done our new European technocrat overlords a little favor. I made them a new flag design. They are welcome to use it. Be my guest.

new eu flag

It is being reported that minsters from France and Germany are in Prague today meeting with the Visegrad Group or V4 (Poland, Czechia, Slovakia, Hungary (with Ukraine and Romania)) in a hastily called meeting designed to counter issues that have arisen as a result of the Brexit vote.

Clearly, the technocrats that rule the globalist entity known as the European Union (EU) are concerned about the contagion of freedom that might make it’s way to their eastern-most reaches. Sound familiar?

What’s interesting are reports coming out of that meeting that the French and German ministers have brought with them a 9-page plan to fully integrate the EU into one Superstate in order to avoid any other future Brexits. Full integration would include things like border controls, tax-laws, domestic law enforcement, military forces, foreign policy decisions and of course, central banks. Everything, according to reports of this new plan, would be under the control of the unelected technocrats in Brussels.

“If the proposed document is implemented, then they will set up a single European state – instead of the European Union – which will depend on the strongest players in Europe,” said the Polish TV channel. UA Today

“The document appears to propose several highly controversial suggestions. They include a single EU army and formation of a unified foreign policy. The unification of criminal law, and tax and visa systems are also on the list, it appears.” BNE Intellinews

“The foreign ministers of France and Germany are due to reveal a blueprint to effectively do away with individual member states in what is being described as an “ultimatum”.

Under the radical proposals EU countries will lose the right to have their own army, criminal law, taxation system or central bank, with all those powers being transferred to Brussels. ” Express UK

It is reported that the 9-page document talks about how France and Germany now see themselves as one and urges the same consolidation on other member states.

“France and Germany share a common destiny and a common set of values that provide the foundation for an ever closer union between their people. We will therefore move further towards political union in Europe and invite the other Europeans to join us in this endeavour“, the document preamble states.” UA Today

The document was leaked to Polish TV and published there. The ripple effects of the meeting are starting to be noticed.

“Poland’s public TVP described the Franco-German proposal as an “ultimatum” designed to create a European “superstate dominated by large nations.”The Daily Star Lebanon

I guess it is safe to assume the Czech and Polish leadership are not quite on-board as of yet…

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How George Orwell’s Dystopian Novel ‘1984’ Illuminates The U.S.’s Endless War On Terror

After all his warnings about defining the war lest it define us, President Obama finds himself alighting on the status quo as the least unattractive option. We go on with our endless war and our unending state of exception. The president has mostly stripped away the politically costly “boots on the ground” conventional wars in favor of his “light footprint,” a far-flung anti-terror campaign built of drone strikes and Special Operations Forces raids, to which the air campaign in Iraq and Syria has now been added. Even as the president denounces the specter of “perpetual war,” the war machinery whirs along around him and his administration makes plans for precisely that. There is, for example, the “disposition matrix,” which, The Washington Post told us in late 2012, “the Obama administration has been secretly developing [as] a new blueprint for pursuing terrorists, a next-generation targeting list” and high-tech database that “goes beyond existing kill lists,” and to which “the government expects to continue adding names … for years.” The disposition matrix is a perfect symbol of that “other Obama,” the one who, though troubled by the prospect of perpetual war, is troubled more by what seem to be the risks of truly ending it. Bemoan as he might the perpetual war, he has determined to armor himself against the politics of fear, and the result has been a state of exception regularized, legitimized, normalized.

One can’t help but be reminded of another forever war, the endless shape-shifting struggle fought within the covers of the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four between the superpowers of Oceania, Eurasia, and East Asia in what was then a distant future. Of this endless struggle, Orwell wrote, 

“If we judge it by the standards of previous wars, it is merely an imposture like the battle between certain ruminant animals whose horns are set at such an angle that they are incapable of hurting one another. But though it is unreal, it is not meaningless. It helps to preserve the special mental atmosphere that a hierarchical society needs.” 

The war on terror is not an imposture. We have seen tanks, artillery, infantry divisions. Though these have largely departed the scene, we know that beyond our ken drones are striking and special operators are raiding. People are dying. But alongside this invisible war stand the ghostly political benefits that Orwell has in mind. War produces fear. But so too does the rhetoric of war. As terrorism’s ultimate product is not death or mayhem but fear, the rich political benefits of that most lucrative of political emotions will ultimately be shared, between the terrorists who create it and the political leaders who conduct the fight against them and who, more often than not, attempt to exploit that fear to their own advantage…



Today’s United States is a more realistic version of the type of society that George Orwell fictionally described in his allegorical novel 1984.

Like in 1984, the American public don’t know that they’re merely the tools of some unseen aristocracy who manipulate them by fear of ‘the other’, some ‘enemy’ group — manipulate the public via the media, which the aristocracy controls. But the big failing of Orwell’s model as a portrayal of the (when he wrote it) coming fascist-corporate dystopia was that he misunderstood how and why the public would falsely believe that they live in a democracy. His central character Winston Smith worked in an unrealistically portrayed propaganda-mill. But in some other fundamentals, Orwell had it right. The public don’t know that their real enemy is their own nation’s aristocracy who are mentally holding the public in bondage by lies systematically implanted into their beliefs, by means of ‘news’ media that are controlled by their own nation’s aristocracy, who own those media and/or control the government by bribery (sometimes subtle) of the politicians whom the aristocracy’s media are being paid to promote. In any case, the aristocracy control the public’s mind, to accept the fundamental legitimacy of the regime the aristocrats are imposing. Aristocrats hire the ‘news’ media...

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