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On how globalists covertly, gradually insert communitarian law at the nation-state level to supersede constitutional law and sovereignty.
Guiliano Amato, former Italian Prime Minister and Vice-President of EU Constitutional Convention, quoted in 2020: Our Common Destiny.
2020: Our Common Destiny1, 2012 edition, by Niki Raapana and Nordica Friedrich, at p. 40 (emphasis added):
“In 2003, Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato, later Vice-President of the European Union Constitutional Convention, told Italian newspaper La Stampa how Communitarian Law is introduced:
"One must act 'as if' in Europe: as if one wanted only very few things, in order to obtain a great deal. As if nations were to remain sovereign, in order to convince them to surrender their sovereignty.
The [European] Commission in Brussels, for example, must act as if it were a technical organism, in order to operate like a government...and so on, camouflaging and toning down.
The sovereignty lost at a national level does not pass to any new subject. It is entrusted to a faceless entity: NATO, the UN and eventually the EU.
The Union is the vanguard of this changing world. It indicates a future of Princes without sovereignty.
The new entity is faceless and those who are in command can neither be pinned down or elected...
That is the way Europe was made too: by creating communitarian organisms without giving the organisms presided over by national governments the impression that they were being subjected to a higher power.
That is how the Court of Justice [of the European Union] as a supra-national organ was born.
It was a sort of unseen atom bomb, which [French foreign minister Robert] Schuman and [French National Planning Board Commissioner Jean] Monnet slipped into the negotiations on [European] Coal and Steel Community.
That was what the [European Coal and Steel Community] itself was: a random mixture of national egotisms which became communitarian.
I don't think it is a good idea to replace this slow and effective method — which keeps national States free from anxiety while they are being stripped of power — with great institutional leaps....
Therefore I prefer to go slowly, to crumble pieces of sovereignty up little by little, avoiding brusque transitions from national to federal power.
That is the way I think we will have to build Europe's common policies."
European Union Communitarian Law was the model legislation for the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA). Congress adopted CAFTA in 2005, placing the American people squarely in a communitarian legal agreement. Our integration with Canada and Mexico has been kept very hush-hush.
Unlike in Europe, where Communitarian Law is discussed openly, American communitarian reforms are buried inside purchase and trade agreements, plans, treaties, resolutions, regulations, codes, initiatives, and ordinances.
Presidential Executive Orders are filled with communitarian directives.
Adoption of European model communitarian laws is the new norm.
Other methods for implementing communitarian law are adoption of supranational standards and norms, integration, and harmonization.
The ideal State adoption is when a national constitution is amended into an openly committed communitarian document.”
Related Bailiwick reporting and analysis on the topic of power concentrating in the hands of illegitimate rulers who act “as if” they legitimately hold power:
Dec. 12, 2022 - Is the power there or not? Senate Report 93-549 (1973) and Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars (1979). Updated with three more documents, 1966-1967.
Dec. 19, 2022 - On the powers and limitations of illusionists. And the value of working and praying for deeper discernment of the differences between things as they appear and things as they are.
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