New EU President Looks To Global
In accepting his appointment
to be the first permanent president of the European
Council in the European Union, Herman Van Rompuy affirmed
his belief that the new world order would be dominated by
international organizations that would seek to destroy
the last vestiges of nation-states on the face of the
globe, Jerome Corsi's Red Alert reports.
In the following speech captured by BBC and posted on YouTube,
Van Rompuy proclaimed, "2009 is the first year of global
governance with the establishment of the G20 in the middle of
the financial crisis."
He continued, "The climate conference in Copenhagen is another
step toward the global management of our planet."
In the following widely viewed YouTube video, Mario Borghezio,
a member of Italy's Lega Nord who is also a member of the
European Parliament, pointed out in a speech to the European
Parliament that Van Rompuy is a frequent attendee at Bilderberg
Group and Trilateral Commission meetings.
Borghezio asked how it is possible that no one has mentioned
Van Rompuy is a candidate of these "occult groups" who "meet
behind closed doors to decide matters over the heads of the
Van Rompuy is known in Europe for his proposals that in the EU
national symbols need to be replaced by European symbols, such
that the national flags of the EU member nations would
disappear in favor of the EU flag, and the same would happen
with license plates, identity cards and even sporting events,
as reported by the Telegraph in Great Britain.
"Even the selection of the largely unknown Van Rompuy to be the
first EU Council president and the selection of the equally
unknown Lady Catherine Ashton, an EU trade commissioner, to be
EU foreign policy head, smacked of back-room deals made by
global elitists seeking to fill the new posts created by the
Lisbon Treaty with EU global elitists like themselves," Corsi
He said neither Van Rompuy nor Ashton was elected, noting that
Lady Ashton has never held an elected position in her
Contemplating the appointment of Van Rompuy and Lady Ashton,
Corsi said he is reminded of Jean Monnet, a key architect of
the European Union.
In his "Memoirs," Monnet recalled that in his Luxembourg office
he kept on his desk a photograph of the Kon-Tiki, the raft
Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl used in his 1947 expedition
from South America to the Polynesian islands across the
When asked about the photograph, Monnet explained that he
admired the young men who sailed the Kon-Tiki because once they
chose a course, they knew they could not turn back.
"We too are headed for our objective, the United States of
Europe," Monnet openly proclaimed, "and for us too there is no
Corsi wrote, "Following Van Rompuy's comments, there should be
no doubt that the globalists have no intention of stopping or
slowing down, as even the EU itself is simply one small step of
regionalism on the new world order journey of international
government in which nation-states themselves become bygone
entities of a once-treasured past."