October 30, 2007

European Constitution …for what?

Filed under: European integration — jensn @ 10:48 am

Information of Denmark:

Choose a German version:

A real constitution is meant to draw the limits for the politicians’ actions and to secure these limits counts, but Europe without limits and without borders cannot be an object for any constitution. Nonsense.

South West MEPs like Graham Watson was certainly not right when he told us that there is nothing to fear in the European Charter a few years ago.

We hear the same song from our Prime Minister in Denmark, especially after the the version of the charter has been re-written :

“Perhaps you have found an empty shell on the beach, then you will know what I mean. I have a puppet here. I tell it what to say.”

EU and its timetables are irreversible – according to the Jean Monnet-plan from 1950s.

Both the EU-project and the timetables for the decisions in EU are against the Danish Constitution that orders the members of our parliament (Folketinget) to decide alone according to their conviction (Article 56).

The timetable for the passage of the European charter was decided in Nice in December 2000 without a referendum here. From December 2000 to the summer 2004 (following Article 51-54 in this charter), when it has to be agreed on among the European ministers the Danish government has committed itself to work for the charter and certainly not try to make any obstacles according to the “formal EU-rules” of binding declarations. This is and has been directly against the Danish Constitution all the time, Art. 56.

A few years ago for example the government could not remove the de facto concept (mean that they approve about everything) from the Danish law of immigration even though the majority had been secured, because the government just chose the EU-declarations for the Danish Constitution, and this de facto concept and much more had been included in the European Charter “thanks” to Minister of Immigration Bertel Haarder December 2002 under his presidency for the EU-Commission and former Minister of Interior Thorkild Simonsen at a meeting in Finland 1999. There is nothing new in this, already Jean Monnet argued strongly for the practical use of the French treaty-doctrine acquis communitaire that would make it possible to concentrate the central power in EEC/EU ruled by a tiny elite, and at the same time remove the decisions by law from the national states.

The former Danish premierminister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen approved the articles 18 and 19 in the charter included in Amsterdam-treaty October 2000 about a common policy of asylum in spite of the fact that Denmark still had and has four reservations to the Maastricht-treaty of which this was one of them. Today the charter has adopted the article 7 section 2 in the (unchanged, original) Danish Law of Foreigners (from 1983) and softened the rules even further.

You hear perhaps that our law has been tightened in Denmark within this area. Nothing has happened, really! Nothing at all of any effect even with a new covernment from 2001. It’s tradition, nothing happens when governments changes


Article 10 The Unions Law:

Say that the “European Charter and the law created by the institutions with their practising competences and turned over to it (the union) must have precedence over law in member states.”
This means that if you sign and ratify (with or without a referendum) the treaty with the European Charter, all laws will come from Brussels in the future. It is not especially difficult.

It is the same in Article 40, section 3: The general policy of security and defence. You will not doubt it when you have read it. Brussels decide, the member states find the soldiers.

When it comes to policy of immigration you will see a law INCLUDED in the charter that is much more liberal than any of the immigration laws in Europe. With the charter the EU-members determine the future course of immigration to EU-countries with a minimum: asylum seekers and their family, social security and education, because the legal rights has turned from a legal right based on a nation and its ordinary inhabitants to a so-called illegal human right extended to the universe (following Article 21).

And note especially where the conventions are agreements that can be given a notice, the charter is ruling eternally (according to Article 54). That is totally new.


NO, I THINK I HAVE READ OF THE SAME IN EUROPE SEVERAL TIMES – I am not old enough to have experienced.

Article 6 and 7 in the Amsterdam treaty deals with Corpus Juris of the Union. The Principle of the Amsterdam-treaty:

All power to the European Court:
Section 35.2 No limitations what so ever from now on and eternally can be put on the jurisdiction that the European Court has to cover. This means that the ruling elite in EU is given the possibility to suppress all opposition/resistance with legal means without the power-exercise can be seen.

This Europe is not a new one as they like to call it. It is the old one, seen 5-6 times before. Confound it!

Other English files: http://danmark.wordpress.com/category/english-versions/



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