The European Union Was Built By The CIA

June 19, 2016


Thursday June 23 is the day that the United Kingdom will vote to stay in or leave the European Union, and things are heating up. Financial markets are trembling and several British commentators I have listened to say it is possible that if the vote goes to leave the EU (called “Brexit”) that it may simply be ignored, or possibly take years of stalling.
Adding fuel to the fire, the “Telegraph” UK has published a stunning article demonstrating that the European Union was a CIA project:

The European Union always was a CIA project, as Brexiteers discover
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

“Brexiteers should have been prepared for the shattering intervention of the US. The European Union always was an American project.
It was Washington that drove European integration in the late 1940s, and funded it covertly under the Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon administrations.”
“While irritated at times, the US has relied on the EU ever since as the anchor to American regional interests alongside NATO…
…The Schuman Declaration that set the tone of Franco-German reconciliation – and would lead by stages to the European Community – was cooked up by the US Secretary of State Dean Acheson at a meeting in Foggy Bottom. “It all began in Washington,” said Robert Schuman’s chief of staff.
It was the Truman administration that browbeat the French to reach a modus vivendi with Germany in the early post-War years, even threatening to cut off US Marshall aid at a furious meeting with recalcitrant French leaders they resisted in September 1950…
…Nor are many aware of declassified documents from the State Department archives showing that US intelligence funded the European movement secretly for decades, and worked aggressively behind the scenes to push Britain into the project.
As this newspaper first reported when the treasure became available, one memorandum dated July 26, 1950, reveals a campaign to promote a full-fledged European parliament. It is signed by Gen William J Donovan, head of the American wartime Office of Strategic Services, precursor of the Central Inteligence Agency.
The key CIA front was the American Committee for a United Europe (ACUE), chaired by Donovan. Another document shows that it provided 53.5 per cent of the European movement’s funds in 1958. The board included Walter Bedell Smith and Allen Dulles, CIA directors in the Fifties, and a caste of ex-OSS officials who moved in and out of the CIA.”


This flavor of geopolitics is nothing new, let’s take a look at the plan that Cecil Rhodes had, which was basically to reunite Mother England with the colonies:

” …the ultimate recovery of the United States of America as an integral part of a British empire”.

Carroll Quigley “The Anglo-American Establishment”, page 33

Well, the above has certainly happened, as can be witnessed in the “Five Eyes” international surveillance system that is run by the English-speaking world; Britain, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand.
While the United Kingdom did join the EU, they rejected the coin of the realm, the Euro. The early 1900’s had seen London and Wall Street finance the rise of Hitler (The Hitler Project) as a bulwark against The Soviet Union. The United States only entered the war in Europe after the Soviets handed Germany a defeat on the Russian front.

Maintaining control of the Eurasian continent has been a priority since the time of the Mongol hordes. The concept was put into western thought with Sir Halford Mackinder’s Heartland theory, first published in 1904. Mackinder suggested that the Eurasian interior could sustain itself, while the islands on the periphery (ie; the U.S.) and the outer edges of Europe were vulnerable to naval attack. Here’s how Mackinder summed up his theory:

“Who rules Central and Eastern Europe commands the Heartland. Who rules the Heartland commands the World-Island. Who rules the World-Island commands the World.”

Mackinder’s doctrine was advanced by Nicholas Spykman, and later Henry Kissinger and Zbigniew Brzezinski in their published works “Diplomacy” and “The Grand Chessboard”. Here is where we now see the long-range plan for Russian containment as practiced by the above named wizards of war;


“Students of geopolitics and history, Kissinger wrote in Diplomacy, are uneasy about the approach that hostile intentions have disappeared and traditional foreign policy considerations no longer apply. “They would argue … that Russia, regardless of who govern it, sits astride the territory Halford Mackinder called the geopolitical heartland, and is the heir to one of the most potent imperial traditions.” The United States must “maintain the global balance of power vis-à-vis the country with a long history of expansionism.”[27]
After Russia, the second geopolitical threat traditionally remained Germany and, as Mackinder had feared ninety years ago, its partnership with Russia. During the Cold War, Kissinger argues, both sides of the Atlantic recognized that, “unless America is organically involved in Europe, it would be obliged to involve itself later under circumstances far less favorable to both sides of the Atlantic. That is even more true today. Germany has become so strong that existing European institutions cannot by themselves strike a balance between Germany and its European partners. Nor can Europe, even with Germany, manage by itself … Russia…” It is in no country’s interest that Germany and Russia should fixate on each other as principal partner. They would raise fears of condominium. Without America, Britain and France cannot cope with Germany and Russia; and “without Europe, America could turn … into an island off the shores of Eurasia.”[28]”


So it appears the plan has been for the British Empire to be reunited with the Colonies, which has happened – to put industrial Germany in charge of Europe (Southern Europe is now Germany’s version of Mexico), and to prevent an alignment between Russia and Germany (witness the recent installment of the U.S.-backed Nazi government in Ukraine). All this has happened, while endless war is being waged in pipeline-istan (the Arab world).

The question is how would a “Brexit” affect this plan?

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