Valid Dutch concerns over the loss of national sovereignty for The Netherlands, loss of national identity, and loss of control of their country's political destiny to "increasingly powerful," unelected EU bureaucrats in Brussels (Belgium) at European Union headquarters
Following on the heels of the decisive defeat of the EU Constitution by French voters this past Sunday (May 29), the even larger, overwhelming, rejection of the EU Constitution by voters in Holland on Wednesday (June 1) is yet another reason for national-sovereignty-loving patriots on both sides of the Atlantic to celebrate this huge setback for the Illuminati's one-world government agenda, in their inevitably flawed attempt (Acts 17:26) to establish a one-Europe regional government, as a stepping-stone to one-world global government (and tyranny). The New World Order of global one-world government socialism will fail !
The NWO Illuminati's satanic plans to construct a modern "Tower of Babel" will be defeated, they will not succeed, just as the LORD Himself defeated the plans of prideful men in the case of the historical Tower of Babel, seen in Genesis 11.
Indeed, the incredible blindness and Luciferian inspiration of the NWO architects of this modern European "Babel" can be seen in their own selection of a poster taken from a famous 16th century painting depicting the historical Tower of Babel recorded in the Bible:
"EUROPE: MANY TONGUES, ONE VOICE"
This picture, which originally appeared on a poster published by the Council of Europe, was taken from the famous painting by the 16th Century Flemish artist Pieter Brueghel depicting the well-known Tower of Babel scene from the Book of Genesis (chap.11, verses 1-9). This poster was reprinted in the Autumn 1996 edition of International Currency Review, a journal of the world financial community, which perceptively noted that the European symbol of twelve stars above the tower are mysteriously inverted to resemble upside-down pentagrams -- a well-known occult symbol.
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Americans would likewise be wise to REJECT the Bush II administration's new world order "C.A.F.T.A." agreement (Central American Free Trade Agreement), and even moreso, the Bush II administration's new world order* * "F.T.A.A." agreement (Free Trade Area of the Americas) - another step after the disastrous 1994 N.A.F.T.A. trade agreement, toward a Western Hemispheric version of the Common Market/European Economic Community/European Union.
* * President George H.W. Bush State of the Union Address given to the U.S. Congress at the United States Capitol on January 29, 1991:
"What is at stake is more than one small country, it is a big idea - a new world order, where diverse nations are drawn together in common cause to achieve the universal aspirations of mankind: peace and security, freedom, and the rule of law." "The world can therefore seize this opportunity to fulfill the long-held promise of a new world order where brutality will go unrewarded, and aggression will meet collective resistance."
'Writing for The New American in the February 7, 2005 issue, William F. Jasper writes: "Trade agreements such as the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), and the GATT Final Act, which created the World Trade Organization (WTO), have been designed specifically to destroy national independence and establish the basis for regional and global government.
"Pending trade agreements, such as the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) and the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), have been crafted to acceleratethis betrayal of America's independence," Jasper concluded.'
(source: The Times Examiner, May 18, 2005, Greenville, South Carolina, p. 2)
( Jasper's entire article: www.stoptheftaa.org/artman/publish/article_173.shtml )
Just say "NO" to the "New World Order" ("Novus Ordo Seclorum" - on the reverse side of the 1782 Great Seal of the United States, printed on the back of every U.S. one dollar bill ! - www.greatseal.com).
"... where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty." 2 Corinthians 3:17
Independent * candidate for U.S. House of Representatives
US House District #2, South Carolina
* American Christian for a Biblically-based constitutional republic
June 3, 2005
Posted 6/1/2005 7:48 AM Updated 6/2/2005 8:12 AM
Dutch PM: EU constitution rejected
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) European leaders may have to scrap the proposed EU constitution after Dutch voters rejected it by a massive margin, voicing their concern over dwindling national identity in a rapidly expanding union and increasingly powerful [CCL note: unelected, European Union] bureaucrats.
The outcome in the Netherlands from the referendum Wednesday three days after a similar vote in France was likely to halt the European momentum, which had been welcomed by some as creating a new world [ CCL note: "order" ] power but disdained by others as smothering their cultures in a vast superstate. (Related video: Dutch vote on EU Constitution)
With 99.8% of the ballots counted, unofficial results showed 61.6% voted "nee," while 38.4% said "ja." The level of opposition and the turnout of 63% exceeded all projections.
Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende conceded defeat Wednesday night and said his government would accept the will of the people. Parliament, which has the final say on ratification because the referendum was nonbinding, was meeting Thursday to debate the results.
Balkenende acknowledged the huge gap that has emerged between the politicians and the electorate.
"The idea of Europe has lived for the politicians, but not the Dutch people. That will have to change," he said. "We will need to bring across the message that there are doubts here about the fast pace of change, the Dutch identity and other, financial, concerns."
It was the first vote held in the Netherlands on the Dutch involvement with Europe, and opponents spoke of a breakthrough for European democracy. The extent of the opposition was a shock to the political establishment, which campaigned for the charter until the final hours of voting.
Balkenende consulted by phone with foreign colleagues in the hours after the defeat, including British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Luxembourg's Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker, whose country holds the rotating EU presidency, and EU Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso.
The treaty must have the backing of all 25 member states to enter into force in 2006. Latvia on Thursday became the 10th EU nation to approve it, but with the clear rejections by two founding EU members this week, there seemed no hope for salvaging the constitution in its present form. [ CCL note: don't count on the new world order / modern "Tower of Babel" Illuminati elites to just give up - freedom loving patriots in Europe should remember the American quote on our National Archives Building in Washington, D.C. - "Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty." ]
"The verdict of these referendums now raises profound questions for all of us about the future direction of Europe," British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said in London.
Gerrie Elfrink, a young Socialist Party city council member said politicians had conceived Europe behind closed doors without consulting the people.
"We in Holland, we feel Dutch. We want to work together with France, Germany and England. But we want to be Dutch. Europe exists only in the minds of politicians in Brussels," he said.
"This is the first time in decades we could say something and we said, 'It's gone too far.'"
Harry van Bommel, who led the "no" campaign for the Socialist Party, was cheered by hundreds of revelers as he arrived at celebrations in Amsterdam. "It's the people who for 50 years had to keep quiet about the direction, structure and future of Europe who won tonight."
Geert Wilders, a right-wing member of parliament whose tough line on immigration has attracted many former Fortuyn voters, said he was "incredibly happy that the Dutch voter has rubbed it in the faces of the political elite in The Hague and Brussels."
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