PI Newsletter #77

  1. European Union: A Massive Expansion of Top-down Powers

An examination of von der Leyen’s main policy proposals reveals that she is calling for a massive expansion of top-down powers of the European Commission. Her proposals would substantially increase the role of Brussels in virtually all aspects of economic and social life in Europe — all at the expense of national sovereignty.

Von der Leyen warned that Brussels would overrule EU member states opposed to her tax overhaul… She called for a comprehensive “European Rule of Law Mechanism” to ensure the primacy of EU law over the national laws of EU member states. She warned that there would be financial consequences for member states that refuse to comply…. She called for a change in rules so that the EU could act even without the unanimous consent of EU member states.

“What you’ve seen from Ursula von der Leyen today is an attempt by the EU to take control of every single aspect of our lives. She wants to build a centralized, undemocratic, updated form of Communism that will render [obsolete] nation state parliaments, where the state controls everything, where nation state parliaments will cease to have any relevance at all.” — Nigel Farage, European Parliament, July 16, 2019

  1. Exposed: Truth about Russia Hoax: How Democrats tried to fix the elections

Please dear readers, understand that there are only a  few places in the world that are not tracked electronically, and one of those places is Russia. Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and other places are great hiding posts if you are a hacker or internet troll. In fact, there is no way for you to be tracked once you are inside of Russia. You might as well be an American, Canadian or a Democrat. The bs Democrat “evidence” that Russians manipulated the election are Russian IP addresses and Russian language characters inside code of Malware used to hack the DNC, for example. As uncovered by Wired magazine:

One nugget of particular interest to Trump supporters : a section titled “Umbrage” that details the CIA’s ability to impersonate cyber-attack techniques used by Russia and other nation states. In theory, that means that the agency could have faked digital forensic fingerprints to make the Russians look guilty of hacking the Democratic National Committee.


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