Let's not be afraid of the words: We will need to move towards a federation of nation states. This is what we need. This is our political horizon. This is what must guide our work in the years to come.
A New EU Treaty
Creating this federation of nation states will ultimately require a new Treaty [ that will legalize all of our crimes and lock us into a finance-dominated system ]. I do not say this lightly. We are all aware how difficult treaty change has become. It has to be well prepared. [ I suspect that, like the USA Patriot act, it's already in the bag. ] Discussions on treaty change must not distract or delay us from doing what can and must be done already today. [ Let's continue to pursue our illegal activities while our puppet lawyers assist us with our unprecedented power grab by torturing the language into unreadable legalese that will codify the power we've already stolen. ]
A deep and genuine economic and monetary union can be started under the current Treaties, but can only be completed with changes in the treaties. [ Admission of guilt for illegal economic policies? ] So let's start it now but let's have the horizon for the future present in our decisions of today. [ Let's continue to pursue our illegal activities ... ]
" Before the next European Parliament elections in 2014, the Commission will present its outline for the shape of the future European Union. [ Before the next European Parliament elections in 2014, the Commission will present our outline for the total destruction of anything that looks like sovereignty in the Eurozone, with finance as the real power. ] And we will put forward explicit ideas for Treaty change in time for a debate. [ We will codify our crimes and enjoy complete immunity for plundering and murdering our way across the continent and we will cram it through the legislative process while no one is watching. ]
More unity demands more integration
The reality is that in an interconnected world, Europe's Member States on their own are no longer able to effectively steer the course of events. [ The citizens of Member States are helpless against our successful extortion efforts against their "leaders' ] But at the same time, they have not yet equipped their Union -- our Union -- with the instruments needed to cope with this new reality. [ Now that all the puppet politicians enjoy bloated foreign bank accounts, the terms of the Faustian Pact are due. ] We are now in a transition, in a defining moment. This moment requires decisions and leadership. [ We are thisclose to complete dictatorship! ]
Yes, globalization demands more European unity. More unity demands more integration. More integration demands more democracy, European democracy [ "European Democracy'? What's that? Does it come with a swastika? ] . In Europe, this means first and foremost accepting that we are all in the same boat. It means recognizing the commonality of our European interests. [ Accept your fate, peasants! ]
It means embracing the interdependence of our destinies. And it means demanding a true sense of common responsibility and solidarity. Because when you are on a boat in the middle of the storm, absolute loyalty is the minimum you demand from your fellow crew members. [ Along with absolute submission. We own you, bitches! ]
A Banking and Fiscal Union
We must complete the economic and monetary union. We must create a banking union and a fiscal union and the corresponding institutional and political mechanisms. [ Fascism is alive and well in the Eurozone. ]
Today, the Commission is presenting legislative proposals for a single European supervisory mechanism. This is the stepping stone to a banking union. [ The Troika has complete control of the money supply. ]
" To deliver lasting results, we need to develop a fully equipped Community economic governance together with a genuine, credible Community fiscal capacity.
Ultimately, the credibility and sustainability of the Economic and Monetary Union depends on the institutions and the political construct behind it. [ The rioting police are in place to protect us from the revolt of the peasants. ]
This is why the Economic and Monetary Union raises the question of a political union and the European democracy [ What is the difference between "European' democracy and regular old democracy? ] that must underpin it.