Proof The European Union Was Hitler’s Idea

The European Union, the free market and the single currency
were all plans originally dreamt up by high ranking Nazis, including
Hitler himself.
A new book entitled, ‘‘,
suggests Germany is the only country that benefits from a European
Union, which authors Daniel J Beddowes and Falvio Cipollini claim was
planned by the Nazis originally.In 1936, Hitler told the
Reichstag: ‘It is not very intelligent to imagine that in such a cramped
house like that of Europe, a community of peoples can maintain
different legal systems and different concepts of law for long.’In
1941, Walter Funk, Hitler’s economics Minister, launched the
Europaische Wirtschafts Gemeinschaft (the European Economic Community) –
EEC) to establish a single European currency. Hitler’s plan was to
integrate the European economy into a single market.In 1945
Hitler’s Masterplan (captured by the Allies) included a scheme to create
an economic integration of Europe and to found a European Union on a
federal basis. The Nazi plan for a federal Europe was based on Lenin’s
belief that: ‘Federation is a transitional form towards complete union
of all nations.’ reports:

book, co-written by Daniel J Beddowes and Falvio Cipollini, says: “What
is the EU for? Who really benefits? And the answer is of course
is no coincidence that just about every country in the European Union
is getting poorer while Germany continues to get richer and richer.“We may think we won the Second World War. But we lost. It is no surprise that we are all living in the Fourth Reich.

“Knowingly or not those who support and defend the European Union are supporting the Nazi legacy.”

a chapter heading ‘The EU was inspired an designed by Nazis’, the
authors claim: “Hitler was the man who gave bones to the dreams first
expressed by Charlemagne and Napoleon but the finishing touches to the
EU as we know it were put in place during World War II by a man called
Walther Funk, who was President of the Reichsbank and a director of the
Bank for International Settlements.“It was Funk who predicted the
coming of European economic unity. Funk was also Adolf Hitler’s
economics minister and his key economics advisor.”It continues:
“The Nazis wanted to get rid of the clutter of small nations which made
up Europe and their plan was quite simple. The EU was Hitler’s dream.”The book argues it is no coincidence that the EU is so close to Hitler’s plan for post-war Europe.

to the authors: “In 1945, Hitler’s Masterplan was captured by the
Allies. The Plan included details of his scheme to create an economic
integration of Europe and to found a European Union on a federal basis.“The
Nazi plan for a federal Europe was based on Lenin’s belief that
‘federation is a transitional form towards complete union of all
nations’.“It is impossible to find a difference between Hitler’s
plan for a new United States of Europe, dominated by Germany, and the
European Union we have today.”The book also claims Conservative
Prime Minister Ted Heath – “a self-confessed liar and a traitor” – was
paid £35,000 to take Britain into the European Economic Community in
1973 and Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels would be proud of the
BBC’s support of the EU.The final part of the book lists “73 things you ought to know about the EU (Facts the BBC forgot to tell you)”.

amongst concerns about immigration and the Common Agricultural Policy,
the authors argue “The EU is making DIY illegal”, “EU law forces pig
owners to apply for walking licences” and “The EU wants to control the
music you listen to”.It also claims: “The EU has forced us to use light bulbs which are more dangerous and more expensive than the old ones.

first problem with the new EU light-bulbs is that the light produced by
them is so poor that people have difficulty seeing where they are going
– let alone being able to see well enough to read or work.”According
to the book, European Commission vice-president Viviane Reding
crystallised “Hitler’s dream, Hitler’s words” earlier this year when she
“called for a ‘true political union’ and a campaign for the European
Union to become a ‘United States of Europe’.”A Liberal Democrat
spokesperson said: “People have been peddling outlandish myths about the
EU for decades and this book is an example of that. Some of the
suggestions made are completely ludicrous. Winston Churchill called for a
“United States of Europe” and I doubt the author would call him a Nazi.“The
Liberal Democrats want Britain to stay in the EU because we are
fighting for a stronger economy – fighting to defend millions of British
jobs which are linked to our trade with the EU.“Being in Europe gives us more strength when negotiating trade deals with global players on the world stage.”

It is not the first time the EU has been described as a German plot to take over Europe.

1990, Cabinet Minister Nicholas Ridley – a close ally of Margaret
Thatcher – was forced to resign after he described proposed Economic and
Monetary Union as “a German racket designed to take over the whole of
Europe” and said that giving up sovereignty to the European Union was as
bad as giving it up to Hitler.


By: Grover3 (790.00)

Tags: European Union, EU, Hitler, Nazis, The Fourth Reich, Daniel J Beddowes, Falvio Cipollini, Walter Funk, Europaische Wirtschafts Gemeinschaft, Second World War, Fourth Reich, Nicholas Ridley, Margaret Thatcher

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