They say they have to lie 11

They who have become Death to our civilization, know that what they are doing is unequivocally wrong. Yet they are possessed with a passion to do it. Because it is wrong. Because they want our civilization to be destroyed.

They take whatever measures they can to achieve their end. The end.

But they know they have to lie about their motives and aim. For bringing off their potentially terrible and tragic objective, they depend on the gullibility, ignorance, and lack of attention of most people going about their daily business.

The springs of the death-wish are deep in European culture. It is profoundly unhealthy; a sickness born of Romantic nihilism. Young, healthy America should be free of it. But it was borne across the sea in the intellectual baggage of the New Left “Frankfurt School” of Marxists. So even in America now, the Left joins in the process of ruination, though most of the minions probably haven’t the least idea of where they are headed or why. (See here and here and here.)

Bruno Waterfield wrote at The Telegraph in November, 2014:

If any individual represents the “old Europe” and the wheeling and dealing that led to the flawed euro and the EU constitution it is Jean-Claude Juncker, who is one of the last believers in a federal Europe.

Mr Juncker, 59, was until last December the prime minister of Luxembourg and the EU’s longest serving leader until he was forced to resign last year in a bizarre scandal involving illegal phone tapping by the Grand Duchy’s secret service.

Luxembourg’s fiscal policy and tax agreements with hundreds of multinational firms transformed his country from an economy based on industry to one based on finance.

Ironically he got his job as Luxembourg’s leader after Britain vetoed Jean-Luc Dehaene, the Belgian PM, for the job of European Commission President in 1994.

After the veto Jacques Santer, the prime minister of Luxembourg, took the post, and his keenly ambitious employment minister Mr Juncker took the helm of the tiny country, running it as a fiefdom until December 2013. Mr Santer’s commission, which oversaw the construction of the euro, collapsed in ignominy amid scandals over endemic corruption in March 1999.

The longest serving veteran of Brussels deal-making, until last year Jean-Claude Juncker headed the powerful Eurogroup meetings of eurozone finance ministers firefighting the crisis in the EU’s single currency – an institution he had helped create, warts and all, in the Nineties.

“We decide on something, leave it lying around and wait and see what happens. If no one kicks up a fuss, because most people don’t understand what has been decided, we continue step by step until there is no turning back,” he said of the euro’s introduction.

At the height of the eurozone crisis, Mr Juncker was described as the “master of lies” for organizing a meeting of finance ministers to talk about whether Greece could remain in the single currency and then trying to deny it was taking place.

Germany’s Suddeutsche Zeitung accused Mr Juncker of “taking the lead on the deception” and warned he had managed “to fritter away the last remaining trust the people of Europe still have”.

Mr Juncker has never hidden his view that the compromises and deals being worked out in EU meetings or leaders or ministers need be protected from public scrutiny, by lies if necessary.

“When it becomes serious, you have to lie,” he said.

In May 2011, he told a meeting of the federalist European Movement that he often “had to lie” and that eurozone monetary policy should be discussed in “secret, dark debates”.

He also sparked controversy by suggesting that the eurozone economic policy was incompatible with democracy.

“We all know what to do, we just don’t know how to get re-elected after we’ve done it,” Mr Juncker cynically quipped last year.

Mr Juncker was also closely linked to the EU constitution, before the French referendum on it in 2005 he predicted, correctly, that Europe would ignore any popular rejections.

“If it’s a Yes, we will say ‘on we go’, and if it’s a No we will say ‘we continue’,” he said.

Following the No votes in France and the Netherlands, Mr Juncker claimed that in reality voters had actually supported deeper European integration, triggering accusations that the European elite was in denial over public hostility to the EU.

“If we were to add up all the votes of the people who wanted “more Europe” as a yes , then I think we would have had a yes vote,” he said.

Mr Juncker went on to play a leading role in the resurrection of the EU constitution in the form of the Lisbon Treaty and advised Gordon Brown, then Prime Minister, to mislead the British public over “transfers of sovereignty”.

“Of course there will be transfers of sovereignty. But would I be intelligent to draw the attention of public opinion to this fact?,” he said of Mr Brown and British calls for a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty.

Raised in a working-class family in Luxembourg’s rust-belt industrial south, Mr Juncker joined the centre-right Christian Social party the year he finished school, in 1974.

Ostensibly conservative, the Christian Social parties of Europe are, like all other self-named conservative parties, actually socialist.

He got his first ministerial job in 1982 and describes himself as having a “red streak” that makes him acceptable to many European socialists.

He is typical of the rotting zombies who arbitrarily rule the EU.

Slowly the common people of western European countries are waking up to the horror that is engulfing them. They are organizing, they are marching in protest. And the zombies try to destroy  them by falsely labeling them “neo-Nazis”.

They have someone to look to for inspiration: President Trump. His revolutionary movement is spreading. It may be the salvation of our world.

Posted under Europe by Jillian Becker on Friday, January 12, 2018

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    • I read these items earlier today, and have already taken some of the NHS articles you link to into a draft for a post. I will of course acknowledge The Participator.

      Everything was interesting. A good feature you have made there, Chauncey.

  • Don L

    Nothing happens until somebody sells something!

    Many European companies come to the American Republic to recruit salesmen, train their sales people and to attempt to instill “Make A Buck” in their enterprises. It would appear the EUs lack the “get ahead” attitude.

    It has got to be something about those thousands of years of history, they chronically push as some righteous-superiority, that has crushed ‘spirit’. Too many generations as ‘Subjects” – under somebody’s thumb/rule versus free and independent.

    Anyway, it’s a tough read, but “Tragedy of the Euro” by Philipp Bagus proves that the Euro cannot succeed: It is a politically-created, social-engineering purposed, monetary system vs a market, humans acting for themselves, created system and it is doomed to failure.

    Trump’s “Why do we keep getting these people from shit countries?” ought apply to some historic continental countries as well: too many’ damned commies coming from Europe! Incidentally, Trump’s error was assuming the SOB Durbin would stick to the etiquette of meeting confidentiality; Durbin lost trust. Whatever the expletive, Trump was right: not the people, but the countries are cesspools.

    Nowhere in the Constitution does it say take care of all the poor in the world. That’s for private citizens to do on their own. America First!

    • liz

      Yes, of course all the hypocrite leftists, in their ‘righteous superiority’, are calling Trump a racist for his “sh*thole” remark. Speaking the truth- it’s the height of impropriety! He must be censured and impeached.
      Because he’s not a socially engineered zombie clone of the left.

      • Now he’s cancelled his visit to the UK, hardly surprising given all the things they said about him in the UK parliament, including calls for his arrest if he sets foot in the UK.

        • I don’t think it was because of anything said there by London’s Muslim mayor etc. It was chiefly because he disapproves of the new US embassy that Obama permitted. And I guess his irritation with Theresa May for not voting with the US on the Jerusalem issue played a part.

        • liz

          Ironic – they’re fine with the ass that removed the Churchill statue from the oval office, but they call for the arrest of the one who restored it.