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« Reply #10 on: November 03, 2005, 10:38:15 PM »

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The Eu constitution has only one place to go- The Dustbin!!!!

It's already there! However, Gonzi and Il-Fredu picked it up and tried to read it.:eek:
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« Reply #11 on: November 05, 2005, 10:35:01 AM »

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We should vote against different cultures:(

We should vote against non-European Cultures!! Anything Non-European and Non-White must be voted against and/or boycotted. Europe is for real Europeans only in: race, culture and language (an African with a European citizenship is still non-European).
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« Reply #12 on: November 05, 2005, 10:41:02 AM »

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Well there's nothing wrong against having different European cultures in the EU. ;)

The strength is diversity becomes reality and strong when Europe is free from impurities - referring to anything non-White and non-European. The strength in diversity is in the strength of every type of European culture - that which made Europe the pride of the world just before the two World Wars. Our fight along with our European brothers and sisters shall be consistent, ardous and merciless if need be. In that way only we can restore Europe the Old Continent, the axis of the World.
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« Reply #13 on: April 26, 2006, 03:06:05 PM »

You WILL Have the EU Constitution
21st April 2006

Last year saw much rejoicing amongst those who recognise the threat posed to our sovereignty and democratic rights by the European Union when its plans for a full European Constitution were rejected by French and Dutch voters. This euphoria was misplaced because, rest assured, in another two years the European Constitution will be in force, unless the BNP and UKIP, as the only true opponents in this country, can do something about it. And should the squabbles amongst UKIP?s leadership lead to a major split it will leave just the BNP to try and awaken the people to the fact that we just cannot afford to ignore what is happening with the EU ?because it is boring?.

Since last year?s rejection by French and Dutch voters the EU has been carefully putting through many of the policies and institutions that make up the proposed Constitution. These include the External Borders Agency, the European Public Prosecutor (who would have priority over our own politically correct judiciary), the Charter of Fundamental Rights, the European Defence agency, among others.
According to Daniel Hannan, a Conservative MEP writing in the Daily Telegraph 20th March 2006, other outstanding items will be formalised at a miniature inter-governmental conference, probably next year. ?There will be no need to debate them again: all 25 governments accepted them in principle when they signed the constitution 17 months ago. We shall then be told that these are detailed and technical changes, far too abstruse to be worth pestering the voters with.?
Some of us who oppose the EU do so not because we are ?anti-European? , in fact our present fight is motivated by the recognition that culturally and racially we are of Europe. The natural desire to work closely together that followed the appalling bloodbath of two major European wars (WW1 and WW2) and to prevent their reoccurrence made the concept of a European Union readily acceptable. However, it soon became apparent that it was not the democratic idyll that the people of Europe had hoped for after the totalitarianism of the Nazi and Communist regimes. In fact it becomes more like a sanitised Soviet system with the passing of each month.

This is best explained by some of the comments made last month by a former Soviet dissident, Vladimir Bukovsky in a speech he made to UKIP members in Brussels., in which he called the EU ?a monster? that must be destroyed before it develops into a fully-fledged totalitarian state.
Mr Bukovsky said: ?In 1992 I had unprecedented access to Politburo and Central Committee secret documents which have been classified?. These documents show very clearly that the whole idea of turning the European common market into a federal state was agreed between the left-wing parties of Europe and Moscow as a joint project which Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev in 1988-89 called our ?common European home?.
He added: ?It is no accident that the European Parliament, for example, reminds me of the Supreme Soviet. It looks like the Supreme Soviet because it was designed like it. Similarly, when you look at the European Commission it looks like the Politburo. It does so exactly, except for the fact that the Commission now has 25 members and the Politburo usually had 13 to 15 members. Apart from that they are exactly the same: unaccountable to anyone, not directly elected by anyone at all.?

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« Reply #14 on: April 26, 2006, 03:39:57 PM »

Unfortunately that is precisely the situation, Neverwinter.

We all saw how when the French and Dutch voted against it the powers that be where still speaking about the Consitution as if the referendum never took place is the above countries.

The EU is controlled by a bunch of bureaucrats who couldn't give three hoots about the blocks' citizens.
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« Reply #15 on: April 26, 2006, 04:43:48 PM »

he is right with his comparisons with the soviet union. it does not listen to its citizens at all.
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« Reply #16 on: April 26, 2006, 05:01:56 PM »

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Unfortunately that is precisely the situation, Neverwinter.
 
We all saw how when the French and Dutch voted against it the powers that be where still speaking about the Consitution as if the referendum never took place is the above countries.
 
The EU is controlled by a bunch of bureaucrats who couldn't give three hoots about the blocks' citizens.

The EU, the years are numbered come 2012. The EU will collapse on its own weight, like the former Soviet Union.
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« Reply #17 on: October 09, 2017, 04:31:18 AM »

I have not posted in a while so I apologize in advance if I'm posting on the wrong thread.

This video clip tells us how Europeans were betrayed back in 1995 and why our Politicians act impotently in regards to Illegal Migration!

The fate of Europe was decided long ago...

https://youtu.be/IgL2CGDBYd4
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« Reply #18 on: December 07, 2017, 12:59:30 PM »

http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-17-5132_en.htm

Future-proof migration management: European Commission sets out way forward

Brussels, 7 December 2017

Ahead of the EU leaders' thematic debate on migration to be held on 14 December, the Commission is today proposing a political roadmap to reach a comprehensive agreement by June 2018 on how to pursue a sustainable migration policy.

As Europe is moving away from crisis management, an agreement on a stable and future-proof EU migration and asylum policy for the long term is needed in order to maintain the momentum an all fronts – internal and external.

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said: "Even if we are now moving away from crisis mode, it is evident that migration will remain a challenge for a generation of Europeans. Europe urgently needs to equip itself with future-proof means of managing migration responsibly and fairly. We have made solid progress in the past three years but now is the time to turn proposals into law, and law into practice."

Over the past three years, a new EU approach to managing migration has emerged, supporting the Member States most exposed, strengthening the protection of the EU's external borders and reinforcing our cooperation with partner countries. Whilst the coordinated work was able to stabilise a highly volatile situation – with irregular arrivals to the EU dropping by 63% in 2017 – the trend for the years to come and factors such as climate change, the security situation and demography in the EU and its neighbourhood, point to migration remaining a challenge for decades.

The Commission is today recommending leaders take the ongoing work forward by ensuring swift progress on the reform of the EU's Common European Asylum System, further strengthening partnerships with third countries, continuing to open legal pathways to Europe and securing adequate funding for the future.Only a comprehensive approach works. Focusing just on the internal dimension and support to Member States is not sufficient. At the same time, an external migration policy alone would not solve the migratory challenge for Europe.

Solidarity and responsibility on asylum and borders

As the discussions on the Commission's proposals to overhaul the Common European Asylum System have progressed very slowly, it is essential that the European Council unblocks the debate on a more effective and fairer approach to balancing solidarity and responsibility. Taking into account the different positions, a way forward on the reform of Dublin could be to adopt an approach where the component of compulsory relocation would apply to situations of serious crisis, while in less challenging situations, relocation would be based on voluntary commitments from Member States. The Commission recommends that the Council looks at the Commission's proposals as a whole, and aim to endorse a  revision of the Dublin regulation as part of a wider agreement on all the reforms proposed by June 2018. While discussion on the core aspects of solidarity and responsibility continues, some elements of the package, such as the European Asylum Agency and Eurodac proposals, can be adopted by March 2018 to allow the operational foundations to be laid for the reformed asylum system.

In order to provide immediate assistance to Member States in protecting the external border, the EU needs to fully operationalise the new European Border and Coast Guard Agency to complete the build-up of an effective external border management system. Member States must ensure by March 2018 that all the assets and staff needed for the Agency's rapid reaction pools are ready for deployment.

Strengthening cooperation and support to third countries


The external dimension of migration policy needs to be consolidated, ensuring the full implementation of the EU-Turkey Statement and stronger engagement with third country partners and UN agencies. The EU now needs to stand ready to mobilise additional resources for the EU Facility for Refugees in Turkey, reinforce the strategic partnership with the African Union and its Member States, deliver the first wave of projects under the EU External Investment Plan, and replenish the North Africa Window of the EU Trust Fund.

To dissuade irregular migration and break the business model of people traffickers smugglers, the EU needs to offer an alternative to perilous journeys by opening safe and legal pathways for those in genuine need of protection. This will also require Member States to resettle a further 50,000 vulnerable refugees by May 2019. At the same time, Member States need to deliver on swift and efficient return and readmission of those who have no right to stay in the EU. Member States should ensure a fully functioning return capacity within the European Border and Coast Guard Agency by May 2018 and increase by June 2018 the number of returned migrants in operations organised in cooperation with the Agency by 50% compared to 2017. .

Through the joint European Union / African Union / United Nations Task Force established on 29 November 2017, Member States should support the International Organisation for Migration to accelerate returns from Libya, with an additional 15,000 assisted voluntary returns funded by the Commission to be carried out by February 2018.

More and flexible funding to manage migration


Managing migration is a major challenge which requires financial investment. Since 2015, the EU has increased by almost 75% the funding made available under the Asylum, Migration and Internal Security funds and for EU Agencies. Moving forward, leaders should reflect on how to guarantee funding for the external dimension of migration and ensure rapid mobilisation of resources to address the root causes of migration and ensure the protection of refugees and migrants. The next Multiannual Financial Framework (the EU's 7-year budget)should reflect the experience of the past three years and provide flexible instruments to respond to future migratory challenges.

Background

Upon taking office, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker entrusted a Commissioner with special responsibility for Migration, Dimitris Avramopoulos, to work under the coordination of First Vice-President Frans Timmermans on a new policy on migration, as one of the 10 Political Priorities of the Juncker Commission.

On 13 May 2015, the European Commission proposed a far-reaching European Agenda on Migration to tackle the immediate challenges of the 2015 crisis and equip the EU with the tools to better manage migration in the medium and long term.

On 7 June 2016, the European Commission and the High Representative launched the Migration Partnership to reinforce cooperation with countries of origin and transit, mainly in Africa, to better jointly manage migration.

The Thematic Debate to be held under the Leaders' Agenda at the December European Council provides an opportunity to reflect on how to pursue a sustainable migration policy for the EU and to give a strategic orientation on the key policy suggestions set out in the Commission's Communication.

An EU plan about migration. A plan drafted by Timmermans and voted for by MEPs, including Malta's MEPs.
Includes measures of solidarity and responsibility on asylum (obligatory burden sharing) and the strengthening of co-operation with third countries (funding).
How spot on Norman Lowell was: trust a Jew to rule you and traitors to represent you...and that's the result.
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