You can’t make this stuff up.
Bilderberg Rompuy …
… loves world government, the fascist New World Order:
New EU president confirms New World Order desire
EU Is ‘The Fatherland, Or The Motherland Of Democracy‘
YouTube Added: 22.09.2011
– Delusional Herman Van Rompuy proclaims: EU is ‘the fatherland of democracy‘ (Telegraph, Sep. 23, 2011):
If anyone still refuses to believe that European Union elites suffer from delusions of grandeur, look no further than Herman Van Rompuy’s statement ahead of his speech yesterday to the UN General Assembly. In a video message, officially transcribed by his office and published here, the president of the European Council proclaims that the European Union is “the fatherland, or the motherland of democracy”, while – ludicrously – taking some of the credit for the downfall of Colonel Gaddafi:
Because last year, something important happened in a part of the world very close to us, in Northern Africa and the Arab world. Peoples of the Arab world are looking for democracy, for freedom, for justice. In some countries they achieved it, in other countries they are involved in reform processes. So this is really something astonishing. The world is more and more moving in the direction of democracy. And we are the fatherland, or the motherland of democracy. So the EU is very glad with that kind of evolution. And where we can, we help, as we did in Libya. We did it via our Member States, via the EU as the EU, even militarily. We helped to bring Kadhafi down, and give full support to the democratic forces in Libya.
This has to be one of the most ridiculous statements by an EU official in living memory, and the competition for that is intense. And I don’t think Van Rompuy is referring here to the mother of Parliaments in Great Britain, or the birth of democracy in Greece. He no doubt genuinely believes that the European Union itself is the foundation slab of modern democracy, despite the fact that there is nothing at all democratic about the European project. His comments are a reflection of the arrogance of unelected EU bureaucrats in Brussels, who believe they have some kind of divine right to speak on behalf of hundreds of millions of people and the sovereign governments of 27 nations.
When Mr Van Rompuy addressed the United Nations General Assembly, it was the first time a permanent president of the European Council had done so. It represented the latest attempt by the EU to assume the powers of individual countries in Europe, and marked a further erosion of national sovereignty. This power play should be firmly opposed in London and other European capitals, as well as in Washington. It goes hand in hand with the creation of a European diplomatic corps and the evolution of a European Common Foreign and Security Policy, hallmarks of a European superstate that is neither in the interests of Great Britain nor its closest ally the United States.