“Nation states must today be prepared to give up their sovereignty, ” Mrs Merkel, the German Chancellor was quoted as saying, at an event hosted by the Konrad Adenaeur Foundation in Berlin.
Merkel’s speech went on with the usual play on words and twisting the meaning of democracy and “agreements”.
“There were [politicians] who believed that they could decide when these agreements are no longer valid because they are representing The People”.
“[But] the people are individuals who are living in a country, they are not a group who define themselves as the [German] people.”
We see this right across the globe from other leaders that support a one world government, and a global order via control of the movement of people using “agreements”. It’s only an agreement if people agree to it, not forced into it. If they don’t agree to it, it’s not an agreement.
As such we see a play on words for patriotism, migration, immigration, refugees, agreements, democracy and so forth. This reminds me of a saying from my Dad, “When the Gods want to destroy, they first make you mad.”
Exactly what we are seeing at the moment. Language is being used to silence and manipulate events and make us essentially mad. Where up is down, and down is up, whether it’s blocking Brexit, the Global Compact of Migration, or land expropriation in South Africa. If nation states are signing a pact on migration meaning it’s a human right, then the concept of Afrikaaers migrating to South Africa is a human right. There should be no land expropriation.
The same nation states have agreed no freedom of movement in the EU via the Brexit plan. Merkel, Macron being two, however the same leaders are then pushing a migration pact for the globe, without putting it to the people.
We are living in a time of constant contradictions, and lack of principles and leaders like Macron and Merkel are not even adhering to the dictionary for the meaning of words.
Macron, the French President’s recent comments in a Remembrance Day speech that “patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism [because] nationalism is treason,” basically insulting those that died to save the nation states.
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