First Order of Business for post-Lisbon EU: Appoint War Criminal As President by James Corbett

by James Corbett
Dandelion Salad
The Corbett Report
4 October, 2009

Major media outlets from the BBC in Britain to RTE in Ireland are now reporting that the Yes side scored a resounding victory in Ireland’s vote Friday on the EU Lisbon Treaty. With the treaty’s ratification, the obstacles preventing the total federalization of the EU superstate are now removed.

As the Daily Mail reported earlier this week, one of the first orders of business for the post-Lisbon EU will be to appoint Tony Blair as the first President of the European Union. This move has been fully expected ever since Tony Blair’s highly suspect conversion to Catholocism two years ago. Of course, the many laudatory pieces (and even the adversarial ones) we are likely to read about Mr. Blair in the coming weeks will signally fail to mention that he has been accused of numerous war crimes and crimes against humanity including:

– Continuing economic sanctions imposed on Iraq from 1990 until its invasion at the hands of his government in 2003 that resulted in the deaths of 500,000 Iraqi children.

– Conspiracy to join with another power in a war of aggression (the supreme international war crime).

– High treason in manufacturing a case for war (including the infamous Downing Street Memo).

– Participating in a political and military coalition with the U.S. in Iraq that deployed controvened weapons like white phosphorus.

Of course, the Irish electorate has not only allowed Blair to become the President of the EU. According to the National Platform EU Research and Information Centre, which has compiled a list of 13 Facts About the Lisbon Treaty, they have also created a self-amending treaty that will no longer allow national vetoes on key issues like tax harmonization, crime, transport, energy and public health and services. As the head of the National Platform Anthony Coughlan explained in a pre-vote interview on the significance of the treaty: “It [Lisbon] would establish a kind of European Federation which would in effect have all the powers of a traditional state. And this new EU Federation would then sign treaties with other states in all areas of its powers and would have its own voice at the United Nations and its own foreign minister and its own diplomatic service and so on.” Listen to the interview in the audio player below:

Now that the EU has “won” by forcing the Irish public to vote on the Lisbon Treaty until they got it “right,” liberty-minded people the world over will have the uncomfortable experience of watching the expansion of this vast new tyrannical superstate headed by unaccountable bureaucrats. Of course, given that the EU has been frustrated in its attempts to undermine national sovereignty again and again and again when the people are actually given a chance to have their say, we can only hope that the entire EU enterprise has been so discredited now that the political opposition to this rising EU Federation will continue to rise.

The coming weeks and months will be the most critical for the creation of this pumped-up regional superpower. One can only hope that the European citizenry will redouble their efforts to stop the inevitable power grabs before it is solidified because the consequences for the entire world if this Nazi-inspired and Bilderberg organized regional monstrosity is created are simply too ghastly to contemplate.

Related works from The Corbett Report:

Lisbon Cometh (podcast episode)

Simon Murphy and Paul Flynn (interview)


[DS added the video]

Ireland’s voters back EU treaty – 03 Oct 09

October 03, 2009

Irish voters have backed a European Union treaty aimed at streamlining the future workings of the 27-member body.

The result takes the EU a step closer to having a president for the first time – the leading candidate for which appears to be Tony Blair, the former UK prime minister.

Al Jazeera’s Jonah Hull reports from Dublin on why Irish voters changed their minds and backed a treaty they had previously rejected.


Ireland votes on EU Lisbon treaty 2009

Press TV UK on Oct 3, 2009

Press TV reports from Dublin where voters are deciding on whether to accept the EU’s Lisbon treaty.

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