The fight against EU superstate comes to final battle in Czech Rep. - Pres. Klaus court speech against Lisbon Treaty
Perhaps some in U.S. would be interested in briliant arguments president Vaclav Klaus used yesterday against Lisbon Treaty (the clone of failed euroconstitution) before Czech Constitutional Court.
The whole speech translated to English HERE
Czech Republic and Ireland are only countries which so far didn't pass the Lisbon Treaty - the treaty which constitutes the European police superstate.
The Ireland was only country where the referendum was held and the Treaty was refused there in June. But the EU ignores the result and wants Ireland to repeat the vote.
In the Czech Republic there is strong oppossition against the Treaty in The Senate - which led to the decision not to ratify it and to send the Treaty to the Constitutional Court - to decide if the Treaty is compliant with the Czech Constitution - namely with the principle of sovereignity of the people and with the principles of the democratic and legally consistent state.
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.
You obviously couldn't "wage war" without 9/11. - Jon
I doubt it was the only reason, but it may well have played a significant role in our motivation to wage war.
- Ron Paul
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A friend of mine tonight brought up the declining dollar. This is the first time I'd heard someone other than myself, and a few others mention it. That, to me, suggests that the collapse of the dollar may be upon us. I am by no means a financial expert, however, I am someone that follows the news. It doesn't take a financial expert to see what is happening to the U.S. Dollar. I don't know what to say other than hope for the best, and expect the worst.