European Union: Don't ask mainstream media or politicians, ask the people

I've struck against this very eloquent research report about the real opinions of the Europeans towards the European Union:

The main facts from the last year research made by the British think-tank OpenEurope, conducted in all member states of the European Union:

1. On the average 41% inhabitants of the Europe have thought, that the E.U. should have LESS powers than it already has, and another 23% of the cake think, that the E.U. powers should remain as they are - i.e. 64% of the E.U. member states citizens positively don't wish anything like the proposed Lisbon Treaty (-a new treaty almost completely based on the text of late "euroconstitution", refused in referendum in France and Netherlands - but of course: the pro-E.U. politicians fraudulently keep saying it is not true).
- And there are in this regard much more obstinate nations, than Irish (who recently refused the many powers transfering Lisbon Treaty in the referendum). The list is led by Finnish, Austrians, Swedish and British. Irish in fact are far beyond them - much less sceptic.
In favor of transferring new powers to Brussels are just Belgians (one can understand it - more power to Brussels = more business for Belgians)...and then in the traditionally (crypto)fascist (fascism the fusion of state and corporate mafia) states: Italy and Spain.

2. On the average 75% of the E.U. member states citizens would wish to decide in referendum about any treaty which transfers new powers to the E.U. And in none of the countries is it less than a good half of the people.

3. Only in 11 states from 27 would a treaty which transfers even more powers to E.U. pass in referendum (- that's probably why there is that scam of passing the treaty through national parliaments instead of having the referendum...)

4. If there would be a referendum about the introduction of the Euro currency now, on the average only 31% of the E.U. citizens living still outside the so called "eurozone" (states where the Euro is the fiat money) would vote in favor of it. In the wast majority of this states outside the eurozone the Euro is not wished by the majority of the people. Lead has the Britain, where it would be wished just by 19%.

5. In the half of the countries which already entered into the eurozone the majority of the people there would wish to switch back to their previous national currencies. On the top of the list dwells the Greece (70%).

6. On the average 56% of the E.U. citizens think, that the E.U. doesn't represent the ordinary people in their countries. First at the list is the Latvia (74%) and only in 8 countries of 27 is it less than a half of the people.

7. And the most frequent reason for any new E.U. treaties change, the people chose, is the CLEAR LIMITING OF THE E.U. POWERS.

From the above is clearly evident, that the majority of the people in Europe think about E.U. much differently and more ill than their governments and the E.U. top officials. And the wast majority of the people in E.U. - who have an opinion - is against any further transfer of powers to the E.U. - the majority of the E.U. countries citizens mistrust it, doesn't wish to enlarge its power and doesn't wish the common currency Euro.

It is interesting that only top European politician - who shares their opinions and apprehension with the majority of people in the E.U. - is the Czech president Vaclav Klaus - and he shares it also with the majority of Czech citizens. It is a serious question if he is fully aware of this huge political potential (- although of course his opinion is extremely "unpopular" amongst the corporate and political EUstablishment).
Nevertheless if one sees the above clear figures, one comes to the conclusion, that it is not completely unrealistic - after the expected failure of the Lisbon Treaty in the Irish referendum - that it could be him, who could have a decisive influence on the future new setting of E.U. - possibly the really more democratic one without apostrophes.