David Icke: The True Evil of The European Union

By Dr. John Reizer

Founder of NoFakeNews

The European Union was most likely created by the powers that be for the purpose of centralizing their power and control over sovereign territories. The elite bloodlines that rule the world have always had a common goal of taking decision making referendums out of the hands of national citizens and placing them in the hands of a centralized body controlled by an elite power structure like the European Union.

Taking all of that information into consideration, it’s pretty damn ironic that the upcoming June, 2016 EU referendum will offer the UK and its citizenry a chance to exit the European Union.

All this noise coming out of Europe makes one wonder if the elite powerbrokers running the world have the situation under control or are they panicking with regards to the upcoming vote and possible Brexit from the EU.  Is this referendum a dog and pony show (a rigged theatrical performance put on by the elite to convince the public they still call the shots) or is it a legitimate opportunity to drive a stake in the heart of a truly evil, centralized partnership that is currently robbing  and destroying the national sovereignty of its 28 member countries?

As always, there are people on both sides of the issue and current polling suggests that the results of the referendum might go either way. Check out the interesting videos below by David Icke. He gives a great background on the EU and explains why getting out is the only smart move for the UK.

2 thoughts on “David Icke: The True Evil of The European Union

  1. Gina Flores February 28, 2016 / 10:16 am

    Reblogged this on The Truth Be Told and commented:

    John, it is so important that the UK gets this referendum right. They are being afforded a chance to get out of this mess and get their national sovereignty returned. Hopefully, this will be a catalyst for other member countries to get out from underneath this monster.

    We are both big fans of Icke and he completely resonates with the way I am thinking concerning this particular issue.

  2. Dr. John Reizer February 28, 2016 / 12:35 pm

    I’m not going to argue with your point of view. I’m also of the opinion that if Brexit doesn’t occur, the EU might never be taken down. I think if Brexit is successful, the momentum you have written about is a good possibility. We’ll have to keep an eye on the referendum and see what happens.

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