March 10 2001
European Union (EU) Commission outlaws Free Speech, ends “Common Law”
THE European Court of Justice ruled yesterday that the European Union can lawfully suppress political criticism of its institutions and of leading figures, sweeping aside English Common Law and 50 years of European precedents on civil liberties.
The case is regarded as significant because Article 50 of the EU's new Charter of Fundamental Rights states in almost identical language that the rights of EU citizens can be suspended in pursuit of the "general interests of the Union", whatever those may be. The ECJ's 11 Euro-judges in this case will rule on whether the EU has given itself the power to limit political freedoms. The opinion will be written by Judge Melchior Wathelet, best known as the Belgian justice minister who bungled the Dutroux pedophile affair. ALL countries of Europe, who belong to EU, have lost their sovereignty.
Each community is given a “seat” in the EU “Committee of the Regions”. This sounds like each community is “governing” but look how their power has been usurped. Treaty
Than there are other “idiosyncrasies” of the Unions, which are also uncontrollable. Idiosyncrasies.
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The Consolidated Treaty Establishing The European Community