The progress of the lisbon treaty shows how the secret elites slowly take over using a process of "guiding" the public into the intended outcome by
EU is following the same process that "founded" the USA.
Originally, the colonies were equal and sovereign in a confederation of states. The "Continental Congress" (it included Canada at one point!) met
for a number of years after independence from the UK was obtained.
But soon, the leaders of various states began to complain that the Congress was "powerless and penniless" to funciton in a cohesive way.
So Congress impanneled a special meeting, to come up with suggestions for revising the Articles of Confederation, the founding document of the US of
A, which most people under the Age of 40 have never even heard of, let alone read.
The representatives met in a secret meeting, and came out with copies of a whole new "Constitution of the United States." The delegates voted on
the material they'd just produced, and passed. Many states never even had a popular referendum on the Constitution---it was merely approved by a
majority vote of the various legislatures--some of which met irregularly to get the needed quota of supporters.
I bring this up to point out the pattern the True Owners of the world use to convince the public is in charge.
Of course, within a generation, there was a crisis when a majority of the states decided to leave the Union, and were brought back into the fold in
the single biggest bloodbath in US history. It also made a laughing stock of popular sovreignty, the due process of law, and "states' rights."
I know people enjoy throwing rocks at Bush, but he is bush-league compared to Lincoln (who jailed every Democrat official in Maryland and West
Virginia for the duration of the war) and F.D. Roosevelt (who created the imperial presidency of today wherein 80% of civilan govt employees work for
the executive branch, i.e., the white house.)
Lisbon WILL come to pass, but under a different name; or else the Irish politicians will accept "parts" of the treaty, piecemeal over time, until
its in place.
In the US, the Federal Reserve had to be enacted this way. It was originally put in place, twice, as the
"Bank of the United States
." It was dismantled both times, but was eventually
wormed in via piecemeal legislation, with congress meeting "irregular session" i.e., secret, to get the job done.
Sorry for such a convoluted post. While I celebrate the Irish populace's vigilance, I am concerned that "compromise" is inevitable.
all the best.