Secession, About Time Too! Beginning of the End of European Union. #Brexit Fallout on @PressTV





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Published on Oct 15, 2016

Scots prefer post-Brexit UK to independence, poll finds
The poll's findings suggest that most Scots do not want another referendum on independence despite the EU vote

EUropaische WirtschaftGemeinschaft as published in Nazi Germany in 1942 being the foundations of today's EUropean Union.

EUropaische WirtschaftGemeinschaft as published in Nazi Germany in 1942 being the foundations of todays EUropean Union. www.SilentMajority.co.UK/EUroRealist/Germany1942

In this edition of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Paul Sheldon Foote, a professor at the California State University in Irvine, and Tony Gosling, an investigative journalist from Bristol, to discuss the impacts of Brexit fallout on UK, EU and the rest of the world.

All is not rosy in the EU and dealing with the Brexit. European Council President Donald Tusk has said either there will be no Brexit or a hard Brexit. This in response to British Prime Minister Theresa May’s comments that the UK will start to act like a soverign country making its own laws and decisions, which will be decided in Westminster, not Brussels. Stay with us as we take a look at the latest in the Brexit and affects on both sides of the coin.

- Professor, California State University, Paul Sheldon Foote (IRVINE).
- Investigative Journalist, Tony Gosling (BRISTOL).

The European Union always was a CIA project, as Brexiteers discover
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard 27 APRIL 2016 • 8:18PM
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2... ys-was-a-cia-project-as-brexiteers-discov/

EU creator Jean Monnet was Roosevelt's eyes and ears in Europe. Some called him a US agent
Brexiteers should have been prepared for the shattering intervention of the US. The European Union always was an American project.

It was Washington that drove European integration in the late 1940s, and funded it covertly under the Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon administrations.

US President Barack Obama warned Britain to stay in the EU
US President Barack Obama warned Britain to stay in the EU CREDIT: AFP/GETTY
While irritated at times, the US has relied on the EU ever since as the anchor to American regional interests alongside NATO.

There has never been a divide-and-rule strategy.

The eurosceptic camp has been strangely blind to this, somehow supposing that powerful forces across the Atlantic are egging on British secession, and will hail them as liberators.

The anti-Brussels movement in France - and to a lesser extent in Italy and Germany, and among the Nordic Left - works from the opposite premise, that the EU is essentially an instrument of Anglo-Saxon power and 'capitalisme sauvage'.

France's Marine Le Pen is trenchantly anti-American. She rails against dollar supremacy. Her Front National relies on funding from Russian banks linked to Vladimir Putin.

Like it or not, this is at least is strategically coherent.

The Schuman Declaration that set the tone of Franco-German reconciliation - and would lead by stages to the European Community - was cooked up by the US Secretary of State Dean Acheson at a meeting in Foggy Bottom. "It all began in Washington," said Robert Schuman's chief of staff.

It was the Truman administration that browbeat the French to reach a modus vivendi with Germany in the early post-War years, even threatening to cut off US Marshall aid at a furious meeting with recalcitrant French leaders they resisted in September 1950...


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