EU just keeps walking into demise!

The so called elite of the Western Empire want the EU economy to become totally noncompetitive due to energy costs as the empire is facing imminent unavoidable economic, military, social and moral collapse. Therefore, since the USA side is collapsing at a fast pace, the so called elite want the EU part of the empire to collapse first….so all the capital in the EU will flee into the USA dollar keeping the military core of the Western Empire viable for a few more years as they believe their empire has a stronger hold in the USA and it is less likely to be overthrown in the USA then it is in the EU…

Thus, understanding why Britain, the most immediate & original puppet of the Western Empire, left the EU. It is and all has been an orchestrated game and play for all to watch…

As always the peasants pay for it all…

WtR

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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2 thoughts on “EU just keeps walking into demise!

  1. I see that Britain jumped out, because they are as you say, part of the original scheme. Rats try to jump ship and now to keep the dollar floating longer they will try to destroy the EU. It will not help in the end, yet rats don’t care, after all…eat it all and worry later!

  2. Hi Mr. Keeton,
    Speaking of ‘most immediate and original puppet’, some have alleged that Charles de Gaulle objected to Britain’s entry into the EEC, as it was known at the time, on the grounds that the USA would use Britain as a Trojan horse to poke its nose into European affairs. I often wonder how differently the EEC would’ve turned out had Britain stayed out.
    In 1989, when the two Germanies were reunifying, PM Thatcher tried all she could in vain to stop it. After that the UK and USA presented Germany with a covert ultimatum: they would recognize German reunification if Germany replaces its beloved mark currency with the euro. Once the news became known, some German university professors started protesting, knowing that this could spell Germany’s loss of financial sovereignty. All while Britain continued to have its pound sterling, and NATO continued to exist.

    And a faction of Brexiteers present Britain as a bully victim of the EU. Granted Brexit isn’t exactly a bad move in of itself, but then, why do I get the feeling that by doing that they’re escaping a situation they themselves created? Was the hand-wringing from the tabloid press worth it? After all, they made their bed, they sleep on it…?

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