posted on Nov, 22 2008 @ 12:06 AM
Sarkozy, Barroso, Brown and all of the others that are at the fore front currently are puppets. Sarkozy's "presidency" has no real authority. In
fact most of his stances reflect what the high representative for the CFSP has been trying to accomplish since taking his post in 1999. Sarkozy is
just the face of the operation. Barroso, Brown and others simply parrot the same message. To see who holds real power in the union, one would need to
dig into which countries have full member status, and which ones have lesser degrees. Once one established that only the 10 WEU nations have full
status, one would then need to look at what offices hold the real power, in this one would find the Council of the European Union holds the real seat
of power while others are figure heads. One person has held its presidency, as well as several other offices in the union including CFSP. In the event
of an emergency ALL power is circumvented to the CFSP. WEU Assembly Recomendation 666 is a good start to see how this works. Which can be seen
Its important to know that all offices mentioned in the above document are occupied by one man. The same man who pushes the buttons that move the
above mentioned puppets where he feels they should be. His name is also all over this Plan for Action, which is almost a step by step guide to
managing global reform.
This same man was the author of the Barcelona Process, now known as the Union for the Mediterranean. He is also the originator of the European
Neighborhood Policy, which is the guideline under which all members of the bloc must operate, it also gives the precedent for what is to be done
should a country step out of line, and he is also the man who holds the office that would enforce this policy. Which one can read a bit about here.
So has any one figured out yet who is really leading the EU? I'll give a nice shiney star to the first one to post his name. I know it would be
easier for me to just post a name, but in doing so no one would look for themselves. I have found giving someone just enough to start looking is
better than trying to convince the crowd.