8 May 1945, Victory
in Europe Day marked the end of the Second World War and in particular the War with Germany. Six years long, 60 million soldiers and
civilians around the globe dead. The end of a totalitarian regime that had
engulfed Europe and much of the civilised world, was
finally defeated. Or was it?
On Saturday 24th
March 2007, all the heads of Government from 27 countries have been shipped to
Berlin to watch three people sign a ‘worthless’ piece of paper, two of them
German, as a precursor to another attempt to force a European Constitution upon
us all without referendum.
of the Berlin Declaration by Chancellor Merkel, President
Poettering, and President Barroso”. Drafted and written under the German
presidency, The last paragraph of which begins as follows;
As a result of European union, the dream of former
generations has become reality.
dream in Europe never really went away, just kept
quiet, while Tony Blair is planning on becoming the permanent unelected EU President .
Never has freedom in Europe been in so much danger from unelected officials.
further back you look, the further forward you can see.” (Winston