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Euro Globalists: Anyone Who Resists EU Is a Terrorist | June 19, 2007

Moves to scrap national sovereignty and amplify the power of the EU many many times over are currently in full swing while those who so much as question the centralization have been branded ‘terrorists’.

As reported in the Sunday Express yesterday, the Italian President Giorgio Napolitano told a news conference in Siena that “those who are anti EU are terrorists”.

He attacked eurosceptics who warn that the promised new EU treaty will go too far in eroding the powers of member states, saying: “It is psychological terrorism to suggest the spectre of a European superstate.”

The German President, Horst Kohler was also present with Napolitano and nodded in agreement at the Italian head of state’s comments.

President Kohler also described the tactics of eurosceptics as “populistic, demagogic campaigning”.

The words of the two men were seen by many in Germany and Italy as a thinly veiled attempt to link euroscepticism with the demagoguery and populism of the fascist regimes of Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini.

In reality the move towards a centralized superstate in Europe that supercedes nationally elected officials on virtually all aspects of governance mirrors almost exactly Hitler’s vision for Europe in the 1930s.

So now you are a fascist if you try to resist fascism.

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