11 thoughts on “EU- CLOSE TO COMMUNISM?

  • Point is there's an ongoing focus of power engendering a new omnipotent bureaucratic elite. Any economic system will submit to the ones in control and it will be in their power to say who can be allowed food, water, fuel, shelter, and a job. I'd say everything else is secondary. This means it's irrelevant as to what politcal/economic stripe defined, absolute power integration is supreme. A similiar attack on the US Constitution is being waged by the same emotionless regulators ie Jon Alters face

  • @Jasminewynja It's really lent out sovereignty into a sovereignty-fund, the EU may use that fund for EU purposes; the countries involved could exit the EU or take back sovereignty but that would need risk-evaluation, what'd EU do in response to a country exit, would they refuse trade to that country, or what?

    A country exiting would need to commit to the world where it's not an EU member state.

    Maybe globalism is the faulty system; it's said national socialism is its opposite w/o spin.

  • European Council meetings are essentially summits where EU leaders meet to decide on broad political priorities and major initiatives. Typically, there are around 4 meetings a year, chaired by a permanent president.

  • Pooling sovereignty means, in practice, that the member states delegate some of their decision-making powers to shared institutions they have created, so that decisions on specific matters of joint interest can be made democratically at European level.

  • The European Union (EU) is not a federation like the United States. Nor is it simply an organisation for co-operation between governments, like the United Nations. It is, in fact, unique. The countries that make up the EU (its ‘member states’) remain independent sovereign nations but they pool their sovereignty in order to gain a strength and world influence none of them could have on their own.

  • The European Union is a unique economic and political partnership between 27 European countries.
    It has delivered half a century of peace, stability, and prosperity, helped raise living standards, launched a single European currency, and is progressively building a single Europe-wide market in which people, goods, services, and capital move among Member States as freely as within one country.

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