Euro-Union Totalitarian Empire Emerges Full Blown with ESM?
A recently posted YouTube video, "EU: Treaty of Debt (ESM) - stop it now!" is attracting attention in the blogosphere because of shocking allegations about what the treaty means to Europeans.
You can click the link at the end of this article to see the video. It is apparently a totalitarian pact for a new European empire to be implemented within one to two years. As we've suggested before, the new world order is being formed NOW. This is the time. Not sometime in the next decade.
I think the Internet has panicked the elites behind this particular conspiracy. They are losing ground every day, perhaps, and don't think they can wait any longer. They need to act before a popular consensus forms against them.
Well, here's a hint. It may ALREADY be too late. They should have shut down the Internet years ago. Around 2000. Arrogance is always dangerous, eh?
But now, with their authoritarian concepts available for all the world to see, they nonetheless strike again and again. The video – and I cannot confirm this, but reports suggest the validity of its contents – is yet further proof.
It explains that the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) calls for the creation of a fund of 700 billion euros that can be expanded at any time. It calls for a committee to administer this fund that is entirely above the law – one that can be neither prosecuted nor even questioned within a normal legislative venue.
The putative reason to form such a fund, of course, is the EU's economic crisis. But Eurocrats are on record as gloating that as the euro is unsustainable, sooner or later some crisis will enable a more perfect union. The plan has always been to "consolidate" using the failure of the euro as a pretext.
This is how promotions work, by the way. This is how directed history works. The elites plot out what we call dominant social themes carefully. They use the Hegelian Dialectic in combination with their fear-based memes.
One step leads inexorably to another. It all seems logical. But of course it is not "logical." It is simply planned to look that way. It is what we have come to call directed history. How does directed history work. Well, just see yesterday's article on Iran: "Excavator Digs up Truth About CIA's Support for Khomeini's Regime Change in Iran."
The power elite always needs to control both sides of a conflict. That's how it seems to have worked for up to 300 years now. Without maximum control, a promotion can go awry. Sometimes it does anyway, to be sure.
Western elites (the ones that matter when it comes to the one-world conspiracy) have received numerous setbacks in the 21st century. The Internet itself is the major one, as there is considerable circumstantial evidence that the Anglosphere didn't see it coming ...
But it did come! Billions of people are online and the one-world conspiracy is discussed endlessly as more and more people are introduced to the concept's reality. The truth-telling of the 'Net has thus blown up numerous memes and made elite promotions a good deal more difficult to create and implement.
The response, apparently, is to turn to increasingly authoritarian tactics. War, chaos, economic ruin are all to be employed to counteract the "Internet Reformation." And right in line with this authoritarian response comes ... ESM.
It really seems to be a shocking concept. One of the feedback entries on the vid-thread notes that the formation of the ESM sounds a lot like that of the Bank for International Settlements located in Switzerland. We've written about the BIS and its extraordinary power brief. If you work for the BIS, you have blanket immunity around the world. NO ONE can search you or your belongings.
It is not clear, either, to whom the BIS reports; it seems to exist in a vacuum, supervising at least 100 central banks around the world without any oversight. Strange, to say the least.
The contemplated ESM seems to adopt the BIS formula. It is to be entirely above the law while administrating billions or trillions of dollars as it sees fit. The ESM will presumably be located in Brussels and will receive tribute from all over the EU, from all of the nations (or former nations) that make up the EU's vassal system.
Surely, if the contents of this video are to be believed, there can be no question now about the elite conspiracy. One can see it unfolding here.
The EU was sold as a trade association. Later on it became a currency zone. Now it seeks to become an Empire, complete with vassals and conquered territories sending unlimited amounts of tribute.
I don't know how pervasive this information is, how much has REALLY been reported on the upcoming ESM agreement. Perhaps gradually it will receive wider and wider exposure. It deserves to. Those who stop by occasionally to provide us with wise and insightful feedback are surely welcome to do some additional sleuthing.
It was a feedbacker, yesterday, who pointed out this video to us. Thanks! You can watch it by clicking here.
Posted by Nietzsche'sNephew on 11/09/11 01:15 PM
It would be nice if this singularity you mention would hurry up and get here before the fiat currency pyramid scheme topples. I guess we all may be 'muddling through' for a while between the two events, but I bet the singularity arrives before 2025
It's clear they will be 'more logical.What school of utilitarian thought will they follow?
but wont the elite keep them in a box to do their bidding?
but wont the government run the machines? D'oh...
Posted by nithsdale on 11/07/11 08:07 PM
You are watching bureaucratic delay action projects being fielded to a world that expects answers even when problems defy them. The so called "elites" will serve them up knowing they are bandaids but they buy time.
The unfortunate fact is that the mobs are forming, ready to incorporate those who become angry when their entitlements are cut, if not eliminated. When that happens, leaders are assassinated, anhilated. Mr. Papendreu knows this and wants out. Watch other leaders as they leave. The last time leaders had to exit in a hurry enmasse was in WWII, as victory became ours.
We are witnessing it now with what happened in Libya, Quaddhafi went down as gruesomely as Mussolini, those traveling with him!
I hope you all are noting that when european debt is mentioned it is now referred to as "sovereign" debt. I suggest you look up the word. It may give a hint. Again history trumps your modern world.
Posted by James Jaeger on 11/07/11 04:53 PM
]Western elites . . . have received numerous setbacks in the 21st century. The Internet itself is the major one, ... didn't see it coming ...
Other things they don't see coming are NANO-SOLAR, REGENERATIVE CLONING, COLD FUSION and SAI. My science- and tech-challenged friends will laugh at me for some of these, but their ignorance aside, all of these will change the world's power paradigm significantly.
Within 5 years of now, you will see a kilowatt hour from NANO-SOLAR cheaper than a coal-generated kilowatt hour. This will make electricity production into a distributed technology and wipe out the internal combustion engine.
REGENERATIVE COLONING will wipe out the need for expensive surgery thus impacting the usurious exploitation rackets of medical insurance companies and hospitals.
COLD FUSION experiments have now been replicated many times in various major labs, such as the U.S. Naval lab, and there is no question the reaction produces EXCESS heat. The full ramifications of this technology are being suppressed right now, but it's only a matter of time.
And last, but most importantly, you will see superintelligent Artificial Intelligence (SAI) emerge by 2025. When AI will supercedes human intelligence, all bets are off. AI will partner with carbon-based intelligence (us), but the interesting thing is this: it may be more rational than Humans.
Given this, SAI may alter or terminate various destructive Human activities, effectively preempting the Power Elite's power. Already AI -- not Humans -- runs the world's international currency markets. Human decisions play almost no role in the transactions. It's thus only a matter of time before Humans cede the rest of their major decisions to AI as it re-writes its source code to become superintelligent.
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Great summary, Mr. Jaeger. Thanks.
Posted by bob on 11/06/11 08:37 PM
The Central Banking Oligarchy Power Elite exercises total & complete control over the US & European financial and political life as well as mainstream media. These gangsters have no desire to lose or even compromise their power, control, and privileges. They will stop at nothing, including extreme violence and wars, to preserve & expand their power.
Consequently, any expectation that the Power Elite will somehow allow a peaceful transfer of their power through free & honest elections is outright naive & stupid. No political candidate, outside of chosen by them, has any chance to be elected or even survive. This is the reality and everything else is just a wishful thinking.
IMHO, G-Pap of Greece wanted to get out before things become too hot. At the same time, G-Pap "idea" for people to express their desires/preferences through referendums become very appealing to masses. G-Pap broke a dam.
Posted by Pete 8 on 11/06/11 07:28 PM
1 Arson teams
2 Fire crews
Trip TRAP trip TRAP, where did he go?
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Posted by LloydMiller on 11/06/11 07:10 PM
Simply a logical step in consolidating the central authority of the EU. Without this step, the EU has no REAL central bank. A central bank without the power to create money out of nothing without the concurrence of the top subdivisions (Germany in this case) is not really a central bank.
Posted by nithsdale on 11/06/11 06:14 PM
To the Daily Bell Staff:
You are right... I am leading you to think. I am not alone.
Today.s publsihed interview with Bischoff illustrates how important history is in forming opinions, especially in economics, the politics used to pervert it. It was a masterful reminder to young minds that there are areas you must visit with some context in hand. That is all I have been doing too. Having children who reactas you do, thinking everything that has gone before is of no import, that this is a new world and get with it... well,that attitude is what has bought us to crisis... to our knees!
You are not from Uranus or herever Superman came from, armed with the intelligence of the univesre to save the world. You are like everyother mind in history. You must know what went before to push into the future successfully because all that you may not want still outclasses your utterances because it is there, stays there and will be there when you are gone. Your voice can add to it, that is all.
To illustrate do you realise what Real Bill is? It is defined by the word Royal..real... Royal. Where does that come from and why was it used this way? These are the inquiries that give you wisdom!
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Ha, we'll let Ingo Bischoff answer that if he wishes ...
Posted by AlephNull on 11/06/11 08:42 AM
... "how much has REALLY been reported on the upcoming ESM agreement"...
Here is the latest (AFAIK) version :
From page 19 is where the fun starts ( with the magical 700 Billion EUR ):
"The authorised capital stock shall be EUR 700 000 million"
Posted by AlephNull on 11/06/11 08:35 AM
You may wish to link the German Version as well :
European Stability Mechanism (ESM) - A new dictatorship
Click to view link
German language with English subtitles !
Posted by taxesbyanyothername on 11/05/11 11:05 PM
One of Clinton's profs.
Posted by Petronski on 11/05/11 10:42 PM
The original video got 120000 views in a month or two.
Some say it had a tiny impact on some of the minor decisions made by our anti-constitutionally acting government/Bundestag, since MP's received more than hundred thousand of 'protest mails' in a very short time.
Which is something german people are not used to do at all.
Seems that sober truth and scary facts actually did speak for themselves this time.
Der Spiegel wrote a vicious, but surprisingly lame hit piece on this not refuting one single point made in it, calling it polemical, divisive,'anti-European'(knockout argument) concluding with:
'Nothing has been exposed here, the treaty draft has long been available on the internet'(But uups, somehow we forgot to report on this).
DB predicted a delicate, little plant of german 'tea-party', by the way...
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The video version we saw seemed fairly recent, but what you report supports our understanding that this is treaty draft is supposed to go "down the memory hole." Then it is to be resurrected, assuming the EU still exists, near deadline and somehow jammed through. We did write a nascent German Tea Party, you are correct. And we hope it takes root ...
Posted by John2 on 11/05/11 10:31 PM
"The powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences.
The apex of the system was to be the Bank for International Settlements in Basle, Switzerland, a private bank owned and controlled by the world's central banks which were themselves private corporations. Each central bank... sought to dominate its government by its ability to control Treasury loans, to manipulate foreign exchanges, to influence the level of economic activity in the country, and to influence cooperative politicians by subsequent economic rewards in the business world."
-- Prof. Carroll Quigley of Georgetown University, "Tragedy and Hope", 1966, pg 324
Posted by Danny B on 11/05/11 10:20 PM
Oh Great Bell, one has to take a huge collection of considerations into account to get an [hopefully] accurate picture of the ECB, EU and ESM.
One has to analyze the operating system of the U.S.S.R. and compare it to the still-developing operating system of the EU.
The U.S.S.R. was a command-economy for Russia and parts of Eastern Europe. It was bloated with bureaucrats. The current bureaucrat load of the EU reduces the members GDP by 20 %. Forced economic integration should make it much worse.
With a bit of luck, the EU should be able to replicate the malaise that smothered Eastern Europe. Compare the GDP of communist East Germany to the GDP of West Germany.
It appears that the EU has a fully prepared cadre of bureaucratic imbeciles that can be counted on to drive the various economies right into the ground so that they can fulfill their fiscal obligations to the bankers.
The austerity-induced death-spiral won't be of any concern. Only the continued funding of the ESM will be on their collective radar. I'm sure that the bureaucrats fully believe that they can legislate productivity. I have an East-German friend who told me;
"We pretended to work and they pretended to pay us.".
So, the parasitic bureaucrats can be counted on to diminish the economy to the point where it shrinks down to a level where it MUST be run by fiat.
Do NOT have any doubts about the ability of imbeciles. GS wants GOV to inject whatever amount of money it takes to grow the U.S. GDP at 4.5 %
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'There are bad ideas, and there's the proposal that economists from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. released Oct. 14. They suggested that the Federal Reserve Board target a nominal gross-domestic-product growth rate of 4.5% to decide how much money to inject into the economy"
Amazing that some people still believe that one can print money and it is wealth.
The Eurocrats are NEVER short of stupid ideas. Japan's debt is 200 % of it's GDP. The Eurocrats were looking to Japan for a loan.
The paradigm is this; Consumptive power in the West has been / is being steadily reduced. There is NO NEED for endless legions of bankers and bureaucrats. There is no money to pay for all the parasites. The bankers and bureaucrats have legislated all the ""money"" to them selves. This ""money"" is just claims on future productivity.
The would-be producers are NOT going to produce when they know that it has been stolen by fiat ahead of time.
Of course the banker have the sure-cure for this. Privatize everything. We shall see.
Posted by nithsdale on 11/05/11 10:02 PM
Do not discard the idea of monarchy offhand. The two largest pools of capital in the world are the Dutch Royal Trust ahd the British Royal Trust, their wealth drawn from citizens of both countries who had gone abroad, built successful enterprises, had them confiscated by rogue dictators and revolutionary regimes but had the forethought to register them with their rulers and the royal trusts.
That registry allowed them minimum income, despite the frozen funds, and eventually the nations that took them, when they wanted approval from the rest of the world for trade, had to negotiate payments re these "stolen" properties to gain traction in international trade. The Royal trust was the first form of social security. The most extreme example of this is when Carl Marks, a very clever young man, bought up all the claims and czarist bonds he could get for pennies on the dollar and when Soviet Russia wanted in on the international scene after WWII, the Soviet government redeemed so much every year of those bonds!By the by, that precedent is what muddies the waters of any nation's default now.
I know all you bright young minds have been through university but you have been shortchanged by your marxist lecturers.There are things about this world you know nothing about that still mean something, even if it is beyond your comprehension. The people bidding for the remnants of Corzine's latest adventure bid on this basis for the assets of that melt down!
The elites know the history of finance... that is why they are the elites an you are not!
For those of you who are students of Americam History, this was the core of the Burr Hamilton acrimony. Burr, like all revolutionaries said "screw" the Tories. We won and what was theirs is now ours. Hamilton knew about the Royal Trust (It was set up during Henry the VIII's regime for catholic properties taken by the crown)and won the day because until the new USA recognized the right of those who had property we could't trade in the Caribbean let alone any where else. You must realise, the western world follows the Bible when it comes to property and that book says that when a man, or woman, makes smething, builds something it is an expression of God's will and God pleasures in his work and so it is sacred... belongs to who made it come to pass!
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Nithsdale, you posts, beginning only recently, are surely allusive and yet also something more. We get the feeling recently you are on the verge of saying something interesting, even important. We're damned if we know what it is, or can make it out ...
Posted by taxesbyanyothername on 11/05/11 07:54 PM
DB The idea of 150 people at most...
Pretty ambiguous reply. W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc.. the company that makes Goretex started years ago to set up factories and other company divisions so that they would have no more than 150. The company has been very successful and others have since emulated them with good results. Most people can have a real realtionship with, that is remember their past interactions well with only about this number. With more than that it is psychologically difficult to think of everyone as members of "your team".
Posted by taxesbyanyothername on 11/05/11 07:20 PM
DB reply: Interesting perspective. We think tribal/clan societies are probably the best that can be hoped for. Smaller is better? And private justice too...
Most of the time of man on earth has been in small groups. We almost seem to be hard wired to work best in certain sized groups. Companies, military organization and other types of institutions have used them all through history without even realizing it, until recently. That is until Dunbar wrote about them. Dunbar numbers. The wiki is not bad.
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The idea of 150 people at most ...
Posted by Dave Jr on 11/05/11 06:18 PM
"Totalitarianism does not appear to be the vehicle planned for our world."
HaHaHaHa, now there is a sense of humor! We can have some freedom if we can afford it. Free to choose macaroni or seashell noodles.
Posted by nithsdale on 11/05/11 05:41 PM
The video is well done. it would be a great service if some in the US did a similsr "to the point" on all major legislation in the USA. NTA tries but that is all we have,
Totalitarianism does not appear to be the vehicle planned for our world. Dictators do not deal in contracts and what is outlined is a contract, albeit a stiff one. From the reports re Greece, suggestions that Papandreu's goverment might give way to a monarchy maybe were a hint. If you add every business journal, TV group, economist, and all government officials referring to government debts, even ours here in the USA, as "sovereign debt"... well, perhaps it is Hegel dialectism.
Posted by William3 on 11/05/11 04:50 PM
Perhaps the greatest set-back for the EU has been falling short in their efforts to create a state mechanism for the Euro-zone.
With a "legitimate" executive, legislative and judicial system, they could find ways to mandate compliance by law from satellites. But alas that hasn't happened, as member states wouldn't go that far.
So EU leaders must resort to "Merkozy" dances and to creating nice sounding organizations (like European Stability Mechanism) to address EU issues. These top down actions have an air of authority and noble purpose, but they are really toothless tigers.
Can the PE really expect European countries to comply with such an idea as the ESM? In the age of the internet, it seems less and less likely. And how could the Euro-leaders enforce it anyway?
Let's hope this effort just quietly falls into the dustbin of history.
Posted by Boomvalk13 on 11/05/11 04:24 PM
One word: Bundesverassungsgericht.
Look it up in the Internet, it does indeed educate those that seek knowledge
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The Federal Constitutional Court ... Of Germany. We've written about the decision. But who knows what the Eurocrats will do to wriggle around it. They will stop at nothing - though there may be nothing left in a month or a year anyway ...