What a YES Vote Means
For the People of Ireland

The financial groups behind the oil and drug cartel are interested in controlling giant global markets that affect literally every human life. Prominent examples of this are the areas of food, health and energy. Over the past century, the oil and drug cartel has expanded its markets in these three areas into multi-trillion euro investment businesses.

By now, every person in Europe pays about forty per cent of his or her disposable income as “tributes” to this cartel. However, all three of these markets are being threatened by new technologies that could easily replace these antiquated technologies – thereby threatening the cartel’s survival.

Every Person in Europe Today Spends from His/Her Disposable Income on Average

In this situation, the oil and drug cartel can no longer survive in a democracy. This is why the decisions taken in Brussels are being made by hand-picked executors – the EU Commission.

These executors design the laws, regulations and directives for the people of Europe behind the walls of a collosal building in Brussels, with the help of an army of tens of thousands of technocrats. Just like the “Four Year Plan” office in Berlin seven decades ago, this building serves as the strategic office for the planning and implementation of the takeover of Europe by the cartel.

Turning Europe Into a Police State

With the help of billions of euros, the oil and drug cartel was able to hide its criminal past from the people of the world for more than half a century. If the Lisbon Treaty is signed, the cartel would no longer need to use money to hide its past; it would use the executive power of its politbureau - the EU Commission – to essentially erase any and all information adverse to its interests.

But that is not all. Defending multi-billion Euro markets based on antiquated technologies – such as energy from fossil fuels – against the growing desire of millions of people to use 21st century technologies can only be accomplished by dictatorial means. To prepare for that, the “Brussels EU” has taken an array of prepatory measures to curtail just about any civil right of its 500 million citizens: this includes the registration of all telephone, fax and email communications; supervision and censorship of the internet; monitoring the movement of its citizens; camera surveillance of public and private places. If the treaty becomes law, all of these measures will be further enforced.

If you want all this to happen, vote “Yes”.

The End of Military Neutrality

In order to protect its multi-billion euro global markets in the fields of nutrition, health and energy, the cartel must not only eliminate any internal resistance within Europe. It must also take decisive action to defend its global investment markets in these areas around the world. Towards this end, the cartel is actively pursuing the buildup of a European army – both conventioanal and nuclear. Many of the provisions of the Lisbon Treaty detail the strict obligations of the EU member states to contribute their sons, daughters and resources to defend the cartel’s interests from the Cape of Good Hope to the glaciers of Greenland.

In this respect, the assurances given to Ireland that its traditional military neutrality will not be compromised by the Lisbon Treaty are entirely worthless. For, despite all the claims to the contrary, not one single word of the treaty has been changed since Ireland voted “No” in June 2008.

Any hope for a potential democratic process within the EU about a decision to go to war – or even veto it – are an illusion. The leading export nations of the oil and drug cartel are also the leading military and nuclear powers in Europe. Their governments are commited to defending the interests of the cartel at any price.

Moral Values or Dubious Connections

Corruption amongst its officials has been a constant problem within the European Commission since its inception. The standing of its Commissioners on moral issues can perhaps best be summarised in the context of an event that took place in November 2004. Rocco Buttiglione, a devout Catholic and personal friend of the then-Pope, John Paul II, had been appointed as one of the new members of the European Commission. Shortly afterwards, he was rejected because of his staunch Catholic beliefs which he had publicly defended.

Buttiglione was replaced by Franco Frattini, the Italian foreign minister and intimate ally of Silvio Berlusconi. As reported in the Times on November 10, 2004, upon his departure, “Buttiglione added a warning shot, saying that during Frattini’s confirmation hearings: ‘I hope ... that nobody asks him if he is a freemason.’”

Despite this open warning, Frattini became the deputy president of the European Commission with, ironically, responsibility for Justice, Freedom and Security. In this capacity, Frattini personally oversaw the grafting of legislation that would curtail civil rights across Europe and essentially affect every sector of the lives of EU

This episode, as innocent as it may seem, casts a revealing light on the moral values of the “Brussels EU”.

If you have different moral values, you can “NO” on October 2.

The End of Independent Farming in Ireland

The latest global market identified and strategically developed by the cartel is that of our daily nutrition and food. In order to turn our food into a global investment business, the molecules of inheritance (genes) have to be altered in such a way that they can be patented – and thereby literally owned – by chemical multinationals

To make things worse, the genes of these genetically modifed organisms (GMOs) are altered in such a way that they can only be planted or seeded once. These GMO seeds, once forced upon the farmers of a nation, make the entire agricultural sector dependent upon the multinationals producing them. For a country like Ireland, with an agricultural history dating back over millenia, this would create a fatal dependancy for tens of thousands of farmers upon multinationals operating thousands of

This is no scenario of the future.

The EU Commission has already approved, for planting and human consumption across the whole of Europe, the first genetically modified foods, GM rape and GM soy, produced by – you guessed it – the former IG Farben company Bayer. The approval of these products went ahead despite overwhelming public opposition to GMOs, which is an unmistakable sign of the role that the EU Commission plays as

If you want to protect the natural habitat of Ireland, the independence of Irish farmers, and the health of your family, you can do so by voting “NO” on October 2.