David Cameron, Prime Minister of Great Britain, has torpedoed the next ratchet upward of the New World Order. By refusing to consent to a massive tax on all financial transactions by the European Union, he has sank the EU’s goal of revolution by treaty.
The NWO is outraged. All across Europe, the press is hammering Cameron.
Focus Magazine, a relatively staid publication, said: “British premier David Cameron looks more like a drowned rat than a British bulldog.
“David Cameron wanted to show himself at the EU summit as a strongman and say no to the new European contract. Now the feeling of suspicion is creeping over Britons themselves that this was not such a good idea.”
“David Cameron’s miscalculation,” said the Tages Anzeiger in Switzerland – a country neither in the eurozone or the EU.
“He has led his land into isolation.” The article is accompanied by a cartoon showing Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy about to glug champagne, staring haughtily across the Channel at the back of Mr Cameron as he stands with arms folded looking out across the Irish Sea.
All media reports speak of Britain “hindering” or “torpedoing” the EU in its own interests; namely, the financial sector in London which has long been considered a place with too many fat cats for the frugal Germans.
What did he do? He refused to surrender national sovereignty. The EU was about to accept a huge revision of the treaties that established the EU in the 1990s. No national referendum was going to be allowed. No formal change of the treaties would take place. But the governments of 27 nations were expected to centralize control over the budgets of every member nation.
To raise tax revenues, the EU planned to “tax the rich.”A “Robin Hood” tax on all financial transactions would be imposed.
Cameron said no deal. The largest financial market in Europe is in the City, the separate jurisdiction in the middle of London. This means that billions of dollars in taxes will get away from the Eurocrats. They are incensed. Nicholas Sarkozy was livid, according to this report.
“David Cameron made a proposal that seemed to us unacceptable, a protocol to the treaty that would have exonerated the United Kingdom from a great number of financial service regulations,” Sarkozy said shortly before dawn, after what he called a “difficult” dinner meeting had dragged through the night.
“We couldn’t accept this. We consider to the contrary that part of the troubles of the world come from the lack of regulation of financial services,” Sarkozy said. “If you want an opt-out clause to not be in the euro and ask to participate in all decisions of the euro … and even criticize it, this is not possible.”
Cameron defended his stance.
“What was on offer is not in Britain’s interest so I didn’t agree to it,” he told reporters in Brussels.
“We’re not in the euro and I’m glad we’re not in the euro,” he said. “We’re never going to join the euro and we’re never going to give up this kind of sovereignty that these countries are having to give up.”
Cameron’s stand persuaded leaders of three other nations to say no: Sweden, Hungary, and the Czech Republic. The leaders of Sweden and the Czech Republic say this must be submitted to their voters. This will embarrass the leaders of the other 23 nations, who refuse to allow this.
This summit was supposed to be a slam dunk, a done deal. Cameron undid it.