EU | The New Law Lords

6 03 2010

More plans for the domination of European nations by a Corporate-style Elite with the march towards Total Eunification under Law.  All with the help of that little Lisbon Treaty.  And some still say Our Government and Crown are not guilty of treason against the people.

They knew all this from the beginning, for they surely read and understood the darn thing before committing their Nation to such a treaty.  They knew yet still carried on.  And this is the only reason you should need to vote Nationalist or Independent this coming election.

Once the European Masters gain control of the Law, they will begin to criminalize all those that oppose them.  It is only natural for a State to want to protect itself, and seeing how successful ‘hate-crime’ has been, only a matter of time until “hating the EU” becomes a criminal offence.

European prosecutor could prosecute Britons without Government’s permission

By Christopher Hope, Whitehall Editor, 06 Mar 2010

The European Union is planning to create a new super-prosecutor who would have powers to bring cases against British citizens without the approval of the Crown Prosecution Service or the Government.

The Spanish EU Presidency, backed by France and Germany, announced that it is going to propose the creation of an EU European Public Prosecutor next month using powers under the Lisbon treaty.

The move is regarded as “extremely worrying” and is seen as a further attempt to transfer powers from London to Brussels.

It would mean that British people could face prosecution through a justice system the UK Government has made no contribution to setting up.

The British Government has consistently opposed the plans but is powerless to stop them going through as they can be passed as long as they have the backing of nine member states under so-called “enhanced co-operation”.

Britain has “opted out” of the system, which means that while the European prosecutor will not be able to bring cases in this country, he will still be able to issue European arrest warrants to force UK citizens to face prosecution in another member state – without asking the permission of the Government or the Director of Public Prosecutions, Keir Starmer.

The news comes after The Daily Telegraph disclosed how the European Union is drawing up plans for its first direct tax with a “green” levy on petrol, coal and natural gas that could cost British consumers up to £3 billion.

The prosecutor’s initial powers will be confined to cross-border financial transactions – specifically to “investigate fraud and speculation against the euro”.

Conde Pumpido, Spain’s Inspector-General of Finances, said: “The single currency needs a specific institution that protects the application of criminal law against fraud and speculation.”

However, there are concerns that once appointed the new European prosecutor will seek to use his powers to prosecute a range of different and non-financial crimes.

The Spanish Presidency’s website raises the prospect of allowing the prosecutor also to “investigate and initiate criminal proceedings against cross-border crimes such as people trafficking, drug trafficking or terrorism“.

Sarah Gaskell, from campaign group Open Europe, said: “This is an extremely worrying move for UK citizens, who could face prosecution by a European Public Prosecutor that the UK Government had no hand in setting up.

“The deeply undemocratic Lisbon Treaty is being used to outsource controls over our justice system to EU institutions, in what is the start of a very worrying trend of judicial creep that could see such a prosecutor’s powers expanded into all manner of areas.

“This just goes to show that the Government’s so-called ‘opt-outs’ from the Lisbon Treaty in justice and home affairs are a totally inadequate safeguard for the UK’s criminal and justice system.

A future government needs to fundamentally reform Britain’s participation in EU criminal and justice rules and reclaim much greater control over the legal rights of its citizens.

Mark Francois, the shadow Europe minister, said: “The Lisbon Treaty allows other countries to establish a European prosecutor for themselves if they wish, but we are not obliged to follow suit.

“In fact, it would be absolutely unacceptable for Britain to participate in any such project.

“It would endanger the integrity and accountability of our legal system. A Conservative government would not allow a European Public Prosecutor to have any authority in Britain. Labour and the Lib Dems should now match our position.”

A spokesman for the EU Commission said: “The Commission is looking at its options but no decisions have been made.

Welcome to European Fascism.  Once again proving that whatever us Europeans do, we sure do it better (depending on control-structure perspective) than all those other tinpot despotic lands.

Soviet-style gulags in the cold deeps of the land, nah, not needed.  North Korean death camps with starvation round every corner, again, thanks but no thanks.  African tribal machete gangs who literally paint towns red, way too uncivilised and just as messy.  Islamic Jihadic atrocities in the name of some bearded camel breeder who couldn’t keep his dick in his rug to scare our fellow-man into submission, definitely not very British.

Nah, us Europeans do it with razzle and dazzle, smoke and mirrors, Punch and Judy politics with lashings of zombifying entertainment, all part of a much more extensive and complex conditioning process that would make Goebbels green with envy.

The Eunification Project will soon be complete.

Then the fun will really begin.

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