How Nation-States Are Dismantled
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The European Union demonstrates how national sovereignty can be erased by unelected transnational bureaucrats, in this case by creating the "Manche Region" out of southern England and the northwestern coast of France: On St George's Day, EU wipes England off map [Telegraph, UK, April 23, 2008]

The new European plan splits England into three zones that are joined with areas in other countries. [...]

Each zone will have a "transnational regional assembly", although they will not have extensive powers. However, the zones are regarded as symbolically important by other countries.

German ministers claimed that the plan was about "underlying the goal of a united Europe" to "permanently overcome old borders" at a time when the "Constitution for Europe needs to regain momentum".

Unlike globalist elites, the people want to keep those "old borders" and the national identity that goes with them. But the Eurocrats couldn't even allow the English Channel to remain, and had to rename it the meaningless "Channel Sea." The residents of these two areas have many differences in terms of history, language, religion and culture. The proposal is a blatant attempt to destroy national representative government to the advantage of Brussels bureaucrats.

Citizens of both France and the Netherlands rejected the EU "Constitution" in 2005, but the EU globalists have ignored what voters want. At least some Europeans got to vote to keep their own nation-states, unlike Americans.

In the parallel war against the American nation, on Monday President Bush opened a refurbished Mexican consulate in New Orleans, as well as effused shamefully over the neighboring narco-state and defended NAFTA. The occasion was a meeting of the North American Union principals, only now it has been renamed the North American Leaders' Summit in order to confuse the electorate.

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