Tuesday, 3 May 2011

More political "brass-necked" communitarianism

CallingEngland posts and links to an article on the the planned integration of North America, Canada and Mexico - follow her link to the New American for an interesting read.

On a similar topic of communitarianism, Nellie the Elephant Neelie Kroes, European Commission Vice-President for the Digital Agenda, has delivered an address at the launch of "Internet of the Future Public-Private Partnership" - aka "Now how do we in the EU get our grubby mits on this".

Just just a few days ago I posted about the censorship aims of the European Union and it is noticeable that in her address, at the end, Kroes states:
"The ideas from you with the right European regulatory environment!"
This entire address - and do read it all - is nothing but a smokescreen to cover the aim of the European Union, one which is total control over every aspect of our individual lives, ie thought, word and deed.

She might just "Neelie" pull this off, within her given area of responsibility, unless we give her, her colleagues and the whole 'kit and kaboodle' the toe end of our boots - something one can only hope occurs in North America, Canada and Mexico.

4 comments:

BJ said...

Well WfW, Canada have just given their version of Labour a good kicking.

Maybe people are stirring - about bloody time!

WitteringsfromWitney said...

Trouble is BJ, I don't trust any of them, be they Con/Lab/Lib!

They're all disciples of NWO it seems to me.

A K Haart said...

Neelie Kroes seems to have mislaid the fact that the Internet is a global phenomenon. As far as I can see, the FI-PPP is a new, high-tech way to hose more money down a digital plughole.

As you say WfW, it looks like they are deeply interested in censorship too.

WitteringsfromWitney said...

AKH: The first of your comment is a given.

I am far more concerned about the censorship aspect, because I believe that is their underlying objective.