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Wednesday, 22 March 2017

How many times does the word ‘scrutiny’ appear in the European Union Lisbon Treaty?

To clarify, I am referring to what is often called the Lisbon Treaty or the Treaty of Lisbon, but actually is a consolidated version, last updated in Lisbon, of two treaties: THE TREATY ON EUROPEAN UNION, AND, THE TREATY ON THE FUNCTIONING OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. The two go together.

In the UK one of the functions of our Parliament is scrutiny of government. Both houses do this. It is part of a healthy democracy. An unhealthy democracy does not allow for Parliament to scrutinise government. Thus, all you people who make so much noise about the European Union being democratic, will no doubt believe that one of the functions of the European Parliament is scrutiny of – it would of course be the European Commission. So how many times does the word scrutiny appear in the above two treaties – all 400 pages plus of them?

The answer of course is – only once! And this relates to Europol. Yes that is correct, the European Parliament has no rights, duties, or obligations to undertake the scrutiny of the European Commission. I can assure you the European Commission are very happy about this, and this lack of scrutiny is one of the reasons why they are acting now increasingly on their own without approval from Member States. They are out-of-control.

All you continental Europeans, whom we are now leaving behind, are living in what is becoming a dictatorship of technocrats. The destiny of the European Union is to become a dictatorship of technocrats.

It seems that on March 29th we will be invoking, at long last, Article 50, and by the same date in 2019, perhaps earlier, we will be out of the EU, the Customs Union, and the Internal Market. I would wish you good luck, but you will need more than good luck to escape the fate that awaits you – the history of Europe is a history of European Unions! Why were you so foolish to believe that the present European Union would be any different from the previous ones?

You have being duped into surrendering sovereignty to dictators in the form of the European Commission. And I speak from a position on the left, not the right, for this is another lie you have been told – people on the right and the left have come to understand this, but the left does not know what to do about it. It is a strange situation indeed when the right and the left agree with each other. But all you will hear is this constant reference to far right populism – its all European Commission and European Parliament propaganda.

The European Union is not a healthy democracy. It never will be. You will have to live once again in a continent ruled by elites – the capitalist’s version of the USSR. And very strangely, this also corresponds to elements of German National Socialism. I know this because I have been studying this strange ideology. The need to do this arose during the writing of my forthcoming book – 366. It was shortly after a meeting of the FET Flagship Interim Evaluation Panel, which was held in the former HQ of the Nazis’ favourite company – IG Farben – that I ventured into this strange world, and discovered also about the conspiracy that took place between the world of STEM, manifested in the form of IG Farben, and the Nazis. Chillingly relevant given what happened to the content of the FET Flagship evaluation report in the months following that meeting! 


For your information below is the Article (88) from THE TREATY ON THE FUNCTIONING OF THE EUROPEAN UNION where the word scrutiny makes its solitary appearance.

Article 88
1. Europol’s mission shall be to support and strengthen action by the Member States’ police authorities and other law enforcement services and their mutual cooperation in preventing and combating serious crime affecting two or more Member States, terrorism and forms of crime which affect a common interest covered by a Union policy.
2. The European Parliament and the Council, by means of regulations adopted in accordance with the ordinary legislative procedure, shall determine Europol’s structure, operation, field of action and tasks. These tasks may include:
(a) the collection, storage, processing, analysis and exchange of information, in particular that forwarded by the authorities of the Member States or third countries or bodies;
(b) the coordination, organisation and implementation of investigative and operational action carried out jointly with the Member States' competent authorities or in the context of joint investigative teams, where appropriate in liaison with Eurojust.
These regulations shall also lay down the procedures for scrutiny of Europol’s activities by the European Parliament, together with national Parliaments.
3. Any operational action by Europol must be carried out in liaison and in agreement with the authorities of the Member State or States whose territory is concerned. The application of coercive measures shall be the exclusive responsibility of the competent national authorities.

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