The EUSSR Commission at work

European Commission: Proposal for a Directive on the use of Passenger Name Record data for the prevention, detection, investigation and prosecution of terrorist offences and serious crime (pdf), Impact Assessment (SEC 132, pdf) and Staff Working Paper (SEC 133, pdf).

All passengers flying in and out of the EU will have to provide their “Passenger Name Record” (PNR) data, eg: home address, mobile phone number, credit card information and email address – which will be checked against national watch-lists for suspected links with terrorism or serious crime (although the above documents sometimes refer to crime in general).

Tony Bunyan, Statewatch Director, comments:

“The current proposal comes down in favour of collecting personal data (PNR) for travel by air in and out of the EU. But there is the distinct possibility that this could be extended to travel by sea and land and to travel between EU countries and within countries – everyones’ movements everywhere would be monitored by the state. And this could be extended, as is planned in the EU for air travel [ESTA], to needing to get permission to travel. A truly nightmare scenario.”

IanPJ note: Wasn’t the restriction on travel the very reason, the final straw, for the collapse of Communism firstly in East Germany, then the Soviet Union and the Eastern European States, many of which now form a good number of the EU27.

Background: EU to collect data of international air travellers (euobserver, link). This is not the first time an EU-PNR scheme has been proposed, the Commission put forward a proposal for a Framework Decision in 2007: Commission proposal (pdf) in November 2008 the European Parliament refused to vote on the proposal. See Statewatch’s Observatory on EU surveillance of passengers (PNR)

H/T and Thanks to Statewatch for the above. Do go and read, it will blow your mind with the amount of communist trash that the EU is planning to impose on you…

For another example of how the EUSSR Commission is emulating the old Soviet PolitBuro see this about our unelected masters. MEPs Lambrinidis and Castex call on Commission to explain reported “secret talks” on copyright enforcement

and they dare to lecture Egypt about democracy?

I can feel our very own ‘Day of Anger’ fast approaching.

Edit:

The methods which the EU have used in order to justify this creation of an EU wide Stasi State is quite incredible.

In early 2000 across all member states new laws were being introduced, inspired by the EU creating National laws, as well as EU Directives, Decisions and Regulations by the 10s of thousand every year. Too many, too quickly for parliamentarians to read, digest and take in, yet they were whipped to vote them through on a nod and say so.

These new laws created in excess of 3000 new criminal offences and in a vast alteration in UK law also transferred from civil to criminal jurisdiction many simple misdemeanour’s.

At the same time we saw our Police Forces transformed from a public service which upheld the Common Law into corporate style Police Services, target driven organisations whose sole purpose for many years was to push the crime figures statistically ever higher. Police would spend vast amounts of time, money and effort recording criminal detections. Those ‘detections’ included such ridiculous events as dropping an apple core, throwing a cigarette from a car window, unwrapping a sweet at traffic lights and even children chalking on a pavement, essentially anything that could push their figures higher.

This was seen as madness by most of the public, but there was a method behind it necessary for the EUSSR. In order to justify some of the most draconian laws ever seen in Europe, certainly in the UK, crime had to be high, and it had to be on the increase.

In the document at the top of this article called ‘Staff Working Paper’ there is in section 2.1 the statistics used to justify. The EU Source Book. In this particular case they have taken the figures from 2007 (which I assume gives the highest figures to suit) in which it states:

According to the EU Source book, there were 143.948 criminal offences per 100.000 population in the EU Member States in 2007

That statistic means that they begin from the premise that we are all criminals, and we commit on average 1.5 offences each. That is how the EU view us all, that is now how the police view us all, driven in the UK at least by the Common Purpose trained ACPO and pro-EU politicians.

Just as in Egypt, our police are no longer there to protect us, they are there to control us.

So I reiterate what I said above..

and they dare to lecture Egypt about democracy?

I can feel our very own ‘Day of Anger’ fast approaching.


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  4. Edward Hill says:

    The EUSSR.
    Just picked out a few lines from above.
    ‘Wasn’t the restriction on travel the very reason, the final straw, for the collapse of Communism firstly in East Germany, then the Soviet Union and the Eastern European States, many of which now form a good number of the EU27…..
    EUSSR Commission is emulating the old Soviet PolitBuro…..
    The methods which the EU have used in order to justify this creation of an EU wide Stasi State is quite incredible’.
    The collapse of communism? Are you really sure communism did collapse? Surely, the very existence of the EU is proof enough that it did not. In fact what everyone saw and thought was collapse, was an expansion and integration into the Western world.
    Angela Merkel was born and brought up in the worst days of East Germany. After living under an oppressive communist regime all her life, why is she such a strong EU supporter? It is not really that difficult to understand if you look into Angela Merkel’s background. She was already involved in politics several years before the Berlin wall came down. She conveniently joined the CDU party two months before the reunification of Germany and within three months she was in the Kohl cabinet as minister for women and youth. Her rapid rise through the party’s ranks, and the party’s policies drifting ever further to the left, is an indicator that she was positioned to achieve a purpose by higher powers. She was fast tracked into her position to enable the EU to achieve its ambitions for a federal state of Europe, and ultimately clear the way for ‘world governance’ which mirrors the old East German/Soviet system. Nearly everyone who remembers the fall of the Berlin wall must have breathed a sigh of relief, when the end of the communist oppression which had held East Germany for so long was finally over. I remember watching the news as thousands of people came over the wall, while the border guards just looked on. What fools we were to be so easily deceived. This was not liberation from communist oppression. It was an invasion by stealth of communist idealism on Western Europe!
    When I refer to ‘an invasion of communist idealism on Western Europe’, I mean that this had been allowed to happen on a higher governmental level by a totalitarian world governance communist agenda. The world governance agenda is implemented though UN treaties and declarations, backed by the world banking cartels and international financiers. I have no doubt that the ordinary people of East and West Germany were no more aware of the agenda behind the reunification process, than the rest of the world was. However, the financial cost to West Germany of the reunification process has been astronomical! The cost up to now has been over 1.5 trillion Euros, plus the escalating and ongoing annual inputs of 10 billion Euros for rebuilding and another 30 billion Euros is paid out in unemployment benefits to ex-East Germans. Unemployment in the old DDR towns averages 40%! The people of the former DDR were used to put a tombstone around the neck of the booming FRG western economy. It is no secret that there is no love-loss between the former people of the DDR and FRG. Years of state political indoctrination in the DDR have left their mark in the minds of the people, and a ‘Soviet mentality’ still exists. The people of the former DDR were used to the protectorate ‘we provide all’ policies of the state. When they merged with the West and had to fend for themselves, they just got lost in the free-market economy system. Ex- East Germans are not entitled to the same amount of unemployment, and other benefits as West Germans, and are treated like second class citizens. It’s a bit like the EU elite treat the rest of its member states’ citizens.
    It now seems that Merkel and Sarkozy are planning to turn the Eurozone into ‘Greater Germany’. Their joint announcement at the European Council meeting on the 4th Feb. of ‘the Grand Bargain’,- a plan to set up a centralized European economic government. The plan is supposed to make the Eurozone competitive again by looking at the EU member states, and deciding which states have best practice in economic matters. A working group has been set up to decide who has ‘best practice’. (It will come as no surprise when the group finds Germany has best practice in everything). This ‘best practise’ will then be imposed on the rest of the EU27.

    http://synonblog.dailymail.co.uk/2011/02/merkel-and-sarkozy-their-plans-to-turn-europe-into-a-greater-germany.html

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