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European Union Hungary Tamás Fricz Commentary

The lost sovereignty of the European Union

The most important decisions of the European Union are made through informal channels, Tamás Fricz states in conservative daily Magyar Idők.

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Who is actually leading the European Union? Maybe Jean-Claude Juncker? Or Frans Timmermans? Or maybe the European Council? Or maybe those critical decisions are made at public summits? I will give you my answer right at the beginning: the most important decisions of the European Union are made through informal channels.

The European Union is in fact led by the global – primarily financial – elite through direct or more often indirect means. Sure, some details are being decided by either the bureaucrats in Brussels or the European Commission, but these are rarely crucial decisions.

In order to understand the global elite’s function around and within the EU, we must look outside the traditional information channels and turn towards alternative sources.

The western media speaks a politically correct language whose main aim is to obfuscate the real  motivations, decision-makers and networks or – should these somehow be revealed – discredit any such information.

We rarely hear about an organization working beside – or above – the EU with an informal but huge influence on most of its decisions. This is the European Council of Foreign Relations (ECFR). It was established in 2007 as a subsidiary of the Council of Foreign Relations (CFR) with the help of George Soros who at some point was a member and even director of the parent organization.

To understand the motivations of the subsidiary, we must first understand the parent organization. The New York-based CFR is one of – if not the – most important global leader with enormous resources and a network to match.

The Council of Foreign Relations was established in 1921 and initially controlled by the Rothschilds and subsequently by the Rockefellers. Almost every U.S. President after WWII has been a member of the council. Its corporate members include Chevron, ExxonMobil, Goldman Sachs, Google, Moody’s, Deutsche Bank, Shell and Toyota – to name but a few – and, of course, Soros Fund Management LLC.

The members of the CFR are committed to establishing a new world order, promote global free trade, encourage migration and dismantle nation states and – most importantly – to making Europe a super-federation, the European arm of a global government.

There is no doubt that the ECFR as a daughter institution follows the same goals as its Soros-led parent. In my opinion, the European Council of Foreign Relations is present at all levels within the EU and not only does it influence or pressure decisions, but it actually makes them.

It is, if you will, the deep state behind the European Union. A background power that exerts a decisive influence on all crucial decisions. That is as long as it can and until public opinion realizes the fact.