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New World Order - Accelerated Globalization in 2002



This year, 2002, an extreme acceleration of the globalization process has brought more nations than ever before under the wing of the rapidly unfolding world government.

When Turkey joins the EU it will become the second largest member state, and the boundaries of European Union jurisdiction will include part of the continent Asia as well as most of Europe.

Does this expansion of the United States of Europe mark another step
toward the United States of the World?


TEN NEW COUNTRIES ARE JOINING THE EUROPEAN UNION

  "It has been quite a year for the European Union.
  It began with the euro becoming a common currency
  across 12 member states and much of western Europe.
  It should end with invitations being issued to 10
  countries to join the 15 current members of the EU.
  By any standards, 2002 will be a landmark."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/2571435.stm


SEVEN NEW COUNTRIES ARE JOINING THE NATO MILITARY-POLITICAL ALLIANCE

  "Nato leaders meeting in Prague have invited seven
  more countries to join the alliance in what will be
  the biggest expansion in its history."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/2497245.stm


Under Hitler the Nazis tried to unite Europe by force. The Swastika symbol used as the Nazi flag is an extremely ancient religious symbol. Like Nazi Europe,  the EU is not a democracy. EU leaders are not elected by the people, yet the European parliament decides laws and rules that member countries must follow, and the European court has the final say in enforcing and defining the law that applies to EU countries.

"The Insider" mailing list article, 17 December 2002.

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