Orwells New World Order one step closer

The United States and the
European Union have signed up to a new transatlantic economic partnership at a
summit in
Washington.  

The pact is
designed to boost trade and investment by harmonising regulatory standards,
laying the basis for a US-EU single market.
 

The two
sides agreed to set up an “economic council” to push ahead with
regulatory convergence in nearly 40 areas, including intellectual property,
financial services, business takeovers and the motor industry.

In a speech
to a Business Forum at the New York Stock Exchange on the 27th April,
Commission President Barroso outlined his expectations for economic integration
at the forthcoming EU-US summit. He said: “It is time to deepen our
economic partnership and take the whole vast and dynamic transatlantic economy
to the next level. 

He stated:
“the moment has come to harness the full potential of an integrated
transatlantic economy”.

The Open
Skies agreement was also signed and will take effect on
30 March 2008 and will allow EU carriers to fly
to anywhere in the
US and vice versa.  

The deal
promises to lower airfares and widen choice for passengers on both sides of the
Atlantic.

The EU
hopes to go further and create an “Open Aviation Area” between the
two sides “in which investment can flow freely and in which European and
US airlines can provide air services without any restriction,” said a EU
statement.  

The EU is
also hoping that the
US will agree to withdraw its visa
requirement for travellers from a number of EU states.

(source)

 

The same agreement from an American perspective.

New
Treaties and Agreements are now being signed by the European Council and the
European Commission on a regular basis, as though
it were a state.

 

Non elected leaders of a non elected
Commission signing agreements for a non existent state.

 

 

 

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