1. DWN 25 May 2014: Mats Persson of the think tank Open Europe believes that the EU government should not play with fire after the elections: If they only go on polarizing and refusing a fundamental reform of the EU, then the EU will disintegrate .
2. DWN 27 May 2014: After the EU elections, German SPD leader Sigmar Gabriel has called on the EU not to allow parties such as the Hungarian Fidesz or the Italian Forza Italia” to influence the conduct of Europe”. The undemocratic statement involuntarily hits the sore point of the EU: it is not a democracy, because the people do have the last word , but the parties.
3. José Manuel Barroso has recognized that the political earthquake in France could be a danger to the entire EU.
DWN 27 May 2014: Therefore, a strong “axis between Berlin and Paris” should be formed. One option would be to print more money – the French demand that the ECB should be placed under the guardianship of the euro zone finance ministers.
4. European leaders were set to carry out a post-mortem Tuesday, with calls for reforms to the bloc following the dramatic breakthrough of nationalist, eurosceptic and anti-immigrant parties in EU elections. EUbusiness 27 May 2014.
5. Germany’s finance minister on Tuesday described France’s far-right National Front (FN – Le pen) as a “fascist” party. Deutsche Wirtschaftsnachrichten 27 May 2014
6. French President Francois Hollande set the tone for the meeting by calling for changes to a “remote and incomprehensible” EU.
EUbusiness 27 May 2014: The election served up a clear message — voters are fed up with years in the economic doldrums and the stinging austerity policies pushed by aloof EU bureaucrats in Brussels who insist that ‘more Europe, not less,’ is the answer.
Across the Channel, British Prime Minister David Cameron was singing the same tune.
In marked contrast to Cameron and Hollande, German Chancellor Angela Merkel came out of the European Parliament elections relatively unscathed but she too stressed the need for change.
The anti-EU camp will likely have about 140 seats out of 751 but analysts question whether it will be able to operate in a coherent fashion given the wide range of opinions they include.
7. Infowars 27 May 2014: The 2014 Bilderberg meeting in Copenhagen (Hotel Marriott – left) from 29 May 2014is taking place amidst a climate of panic for many of the 120 globalists set to attend the secretive confab, with Russia’s intransigence on the crisis in Ukraine and the anti-EU revolution sweeping Europe posing a serious threat to the unipolar world order Bilderberg spent over 60 years helping to build.
Inside sources confirm to Infowars that the elite conference will center around how to derail a global political awakening that threatens to hinder Bilderberg’s long standing agenda to centralize power into a one world political federation, a goal set to be advanced with the passage of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
Bilderberg will discuss fears that Putin is intent on constructing an alternative world order based around the BRICS countries, a “multi-polar” system that would devastate the dollar as the world reserve currency and also heavily dilute the current US-EU-NATO power axis.
8. No government will satisfy the reactions of the people. They have the greatest reticence and cynicism against anybody who holds responsibility (Étienne Davignon, Bilderberg Chairman 2009).
A meeting in June (2009) in Europe of the Bilderberg Group could also “improve understanding” on future action, in the same way it helped create the euro in the 1990s, Davignon said.
9. Spiegel 23 May 2014: Now the Continent’s response to Putin, its battle against Google and the victory of drag queen Conchita Wurst at the Eurovision Song Contest all suggest that shared values are finally emerging. All the wars and killing of the last 2,500 years have led to Europeans taking a more relaxed view of life and its abysses than people in other parts of the world (What values! primitive, amoral and decadent).
10. The world could see a resurgence of Christianity driven by population decline in sceptical countries, the geneticist Steve Jones has claimed.
The Telegraph 26 May 2014: He argued that rapid growth in Africa could spark a new resurgence of major religions like Christianity.
In increasingly atheist countries in Europe, people are no longer reproducing in sufficient numbers to avoid population decline
Religious people have more children.
“It’s clearly the case that the future will involve an increase in religious populations and a decrease in scepticism. “We may not need more scientists but more theologists (imams).”
“It’s very easy to be sarcastic about religion,” he said, “But many think that the New Testament is the finest political document ever written and you would be pushed to argue with that. “Our entire society is based on tenets of the New Testament.”