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Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Date Posted:
4/15/2005


A SOUL FOR EUROPE: How the EU intends organising our religion


British Church Newspaper – 4 February 2005
Mr Steve Reed

“A Soul For Europe” is a committee of representatives from Europe’s larger, ecumenical, religious bodies.  It is so important that it operates directly from the office of the President of the European Commission.

Its job is to administer what the Eurocrats call the “faith-sector of civil society”.  It has a budget for encouraging “faith-groups” to join in its deliberations and machinations.

One must remember that the Eurocrats’ plans are not just for Europe but for a world government.  Their think-tanks think globally.

THE EU’S CONCEPT OF SOCIETY

In the minds of these Eurocrats, society consists of two parts – the political (or governmental) part and the civil (or non-governmental) part.

The political part consists of elected representatives and their superiors, called ‘functionaries’.  The civil part is everyone else.

The EU Parliament and the national Parliaments elect the ‘functionaries’, that is the Commission, and the parliament are then subordinate to the ‘functionaries’.

These elected parliaments, both the parliaments of the individual EU countries and the EU Parliament, play only a minor role in shaping legislation and they cannot change the constitutional set up.  So no popular vote can ever bring about real change.

It is the ‘functionaries’, the people at the very top, the Commission, who change things.  They consult, at least in theory, the elected representatives, and also the so-called “non-governmental organisations” drawn from the various “sectors of civil-society”.

WHERE THE CHURCHES COME IN

These “sectors of civil society” are represented, at the moment, by the awkwardly named, “Social, Economic and Environmental Partners” (SEEP) which are attached to “regional assemblies”.

Our existing, un-elected, “regional assemblies” are components of the political part of the EU (and ultimately of a global government if their plans succeed).

The regional SEEPS are components of the “civil society” part of the EU.

Thus, at your “regional assembly”, you will find sitting together with the representatives of local authorities, and voting budgets with them, the delegates of selected SEEP’s, supposedly representing “the sectors of civil society”, as follows:

The commercial sector, the trade-unions sector; the environmental-concern sector, the equalities sector (supposedly representing “disadvantaged, social groups”) the “community and voluntary” sector (charities and guarantee-limited companies) and the “faith-sector”, which, by the way, includes non-Christian, and even pseudo-pagan (“pagan-revivalist”) elements.

The fact to note here is that the “faith-sector” was identified as a SEEP, from the outset.  This is because the churches, particularly the Church of England and the Roman Catholic Church, played a special role in setting up the pan-continental and global megastate system.  And they are still playing an important role in its consolidation today.  Moreover this religious “A Soul For Europe” project has a unique status because it is within the office of the President of the Commission itself.

ANGLICANS, ROMAN CATHOLICS AND NON-CONFORMISTS

Anglican involvement goes back before World War II to the formation of the Provisional World Council of Churches.  This liaised, during the war, both with the American Committee for a United Europe on the one hand, and, on the other hand, with agents of Monnet and Spinelli-the so-called “god-fathers of the EU” – in Switzerland (see Britain Held Hostage, Lindsay Jenkins).

Vatican involvement came later, since the Popes supported both Mussolini and Hitler in their peculiar effort to set up a Nazi megastate (see The Vatican Against Europe, by Edmond Paris).  This was with Soviet agreement (see “Facts and Chronicles Denied to the Public”, by Pierre de Villemarest).  Like the Russians, the Popes did not concur with the American-initiated EU project until the Nazi-version had failed, and the Axis had been incorporated into the current scheme (see The EU, Enemy of its Member-States by Christopher Story).

The absorption of the non-conformist denominations (especially the Methodists) into the megastate-project, through the ecumenical movement (including “Churches Together”) took place later again.  It’s a fascinating, appalling tale, and a long one.

QUISLINGS AND TRAITOR CHURCHES

The regional movement was designed by the magastate, to undermine the nation-state from within.  Suffice it to say that when the movement surfaced in Britain, it was led, in Scotland, by an Anglican (Episcopal Church of Scotland) cleric – one Canon Kenyon Wright – and, in England, by the House of Bishops of the Church of England, which placed one of its members, a bishop, at the head of each of the “regional Constitutional Conventions”.  The task of these Conventions was to mould public opinion to accept Elected Regional Assemblies (ERA’s) 

Thanks largely to the efforts of the UK Independence Party, the Elected Regional Assemblies initiative has been defeated, for the moment, but regionalization continues apace under the guidance of governmental organisations and their Quisling collaborators – including the traitor-churches and the “A Soul For Europe” project.

REGIOANL TOTEMS

Regional totems – of which Gormley’s hideous “Angel of the North”, at Gateshead, is the most obvious and spectacular-continue to spring up at key points in the megastate’s regions.

These not only express ideas of “regional identity”, but they also express “A Soul For Europe’s” concept of “the elements underlying all religions”.  These pan-religious elements include angels, cruciform figures, the Willow Giant beside the M5 at Bridgwater, orbs (see the London Eye) and other perhaps less savoury symbols (see Traveling Light near Weston-super-Mare).  These are elements that “A Soul For Europe” exists to identify and publicise, with the help of the churches.

NEW POLITICAL PARTIES

Another aspect of the megastate-system, in which “A Soul For Europe” is involved, is the development of sector-specific political parties.  These are now emerging in order to break down support for national, political parties, and, most urgently, to absorb potentially rebellious elements and thereby undermine the development of pro-democracy, anti-megastate parties (i.e UKIP).

You may have noticed, for example, at the EU-elections, in June, a “Countryside Party” (designed to represent the “rural sector”) whose sibling-parties are more advanced on the continent, especially in France.  The “Green Party”, if it was not always so, must now be included in this category.  There is also an attempt to create a “Senior Citizens’ Party”. 

This again is where “A Soul For Europe” comes in.  A number of pro-megastate, “Christian” parties (modeled on continental, “Christian” parties) are emerging which have already contrived to split the UKIP-vote in several elections.

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