EUROPEAN REFERENDUM INITIATIVE
Newsletter – September 9, 2011
EU book now available in four languages - invitation to contribute to it as a writer
Our groundbreaking book, “The Nazi Roots of the ‘Brussels EU’”, is now available online for free download in four languages: English, Polish, Romanian and Czech. Additional languages are currently in the pipeline and will be made available in due course. Meantime, if you are interested in volunteering to assist us in translating and/or proofreading the book in your language, please contact us.
As we describe in the book, the European Union is the specific political model through which the Oil and Drug Cartel intends to take control of the world. In this respect, it is notable that similar international structures - based upon the 'Brussels EU' blueprint but disguised as so-called "trade blocs" - are already in the process of being constructed on other continents. As such, it is clearly of vital importance that this information is disseminated as widely as possible.
With this goal in mind, we invite you to write a chapter explaining how the 'Brussels EU' affects your country. The best submissions will be considered for publication in the online versions of the book. To get an idea as to the general approach to take, read chapter 6, “The Rule of the Brussels EU would End Centuries of Freedom and Independence in Great Britain”, which describes how the ‘Brussels EU’ has affected British people.
If you are interested in contributing a chapter of this type to the book, please contact Paul Anthony Taylor with your proposals at: email@example.com
Latest News Updates
Keep up-to-date on the latest developments with our regular updates and analysis of the key news stories.
Included in this edition:
Herman van Rompuy wants second term as strengthened EU president
Former UK chancellor calls for Lisbon treaty to be scrapped
EC president Jose Barroso warns eurozone debt crisis is spreading from smaller nations
Serbia loses faith in European future
Poll: British People Overwhelmingly Ready to Leave EU
Brussels' Eurocrats see EU project in 'lasting crisis'
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