Forsyth Quotes EU Founding Father Monnet On BBC… no one cares.

Yes to Trade.
No to a Political EU Club.

Author and apparently ex MI6 Frederick Forsyth is asked the first question of the programme.
“Will the security risk increase for Great Britain?”

He does not directly answer the question to the satisfaction of host Ritula Shah, but perhaps does answer in a more profound way than she can comprehend. Indeed, he cites this devastating quote, yet it goes over the heads of the panel:

Jean Monnet, father of Europe, allegedly stated in a letter of 30 April 1952:

“Europe’s nations should be guided towards the super-state without their people understanding what is happening.
This can be accomplished by successive steps each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation.”

This was said about 4.30mins in…
…. please, can anyone capture this audio and upload to the net?

I add, If you fancy this EU federation… you can vote to remain along with PM David Cameron, Matt Hancock MP, Peter D. Sutherland, Tony Bliar & Mandy etc…

Freddie Forsyth is later asked about ISIS. This ex MI6 agent appears to view ISIS as an organic Muslim extremist manifestation; not a Western unintelligent agency manufactured tool following on from Zbigniew Brzezinski and the origins of Al-Qaeda. This is how intelligent our MI6 agents apparently are – unless the alternative media has been fed a nonsense all these years. Hmmm.

It’s obvious the powers that be want to stay in; by nook or by crook.

The goal of the EU super-state appears to be the break-down of national and cultural identity toward a one world government, one world religion, one world currency and one world army.

Immigration is not about creed or colour. It’s about numbers!

‘We’ bomb and interfere with foreign sovereign nations then wonder why millions are leaving their devastated homes to come here e.g. İraq, Libya, Syria.

Do your own homework and be aware of who counts your vote.

I type 09.16hr. This programme will be repeated today, Saturday 13.10hr UK time.


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