(The Real Agenda) Sensationalism has not taken too long to appear after the bombings in Brussels. This time, it is not coming from the media, but from incompetent authorities, who, despite having a vast spying system, are unable to prevent these attacks against innocent civilians.
No crisis should go to waste, a globalist once said. That is why European technocrats have come to demand that European nations face terrorism as one, while calling for intelligence services to work closer together.
It is not a secret to anyone that the ultimate goal of the European elite is to form a powerful Specter-like intelligence entity that has no limits in spying on everyone. Calls have been issued to strengthen Europol as well as MI6, and now, EU leaders are calling, in unison, to make their intelligence agencies more powerful.
“Europe is the goal,” said the president of the European Comsisión Jean-Claude Juncker. The interior ministers of the EU will meet in the coming days to propose their recommendations.
After the terror attacks, people have held minutes of silence, while authorities have made strong statements, talked about big gestures and made big promises.
Vice President of the European Commission, Kristalina Georgieva, said Wednesday that the target of the terrorist attacks on Tuesday are “the European Union and Brussels”.
President Jean-Claude Juncker explained that attacks such as Paris and Brussels have as their ultimate goal the whole “Europel.”
The Commission has sought today to give a message of normality: reinforcing security measures, “but the work continues; life goes on,” said Georgieva.
Brussels has reacted with the convening of a meeting of interior ministers of the EU, to be held “over the next few days” to coordinate the European response to terrorism, according to Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos.
After the attacks in Paris, Avramopoulos called for “strengthening coordination and exchange of information between the intelligence services of the Member States”. But he acknowledged that “there is a gap of confidence” that prevents further collaboration. Have we seen this anywhere before?
It is unclear what will be the agenda of the interior ministers in the coming days. After the attacks in Paris on November 13, France passed an unprecedented package of measures to “fight terrorism” that includes a continuous state of emergency under which the government is the sole king that determines what people can do and what rights the government is allowed to violate in the name of fighting ISIS.
The Commission proposes, first, to accelerate the implementation of its proposal to hinder the acquisition of firearms in Europe. And also expedite the proposal to strengthen the fight against terrorism, primarily through Europol. So, in response to terrorism, Europe wants to have an even more vulnerable population, while strengthening government powers. In short, they want to establish and legitimize a de facto Police State.
“The tools already exist. But we must strengthen the role of Europol to avoid some of these events. We must collaborate because we do not know when the next attack will come, but we know it will come,” said Avramopoulos. Governments across Europe have already violated many constitutional rules and now they simply intend to use terrorism to codify the violations.
Authorities are calling on European partners to share their databases, which both the Council and the European Parliament close, once and for all the registration of passengers at airports and instead send resources and expertise to strengthen Europol; Europe’s future version of Specter.
Perhaps, one of the most preposterous positions in Europe today is denying that the attacks that took place on Tuesday are not related to the current open borders policy that has allowed the arrival of radicalized immigrants.
Avramopoulos has left a message to the so-called the extreme-right movement, which has linked the mass immigration of recent months and the terrorist attacks.
“People come to Europe fleeing the same terror that has hit us in Brussels”, said Avramopoulos. “We are facing a challenge. But our reaction may not be panic”.
“Religious extremists do not speak for an entire religion,” added Georgieva.
Luis R. Miranda is an award-winning journalist and the founder and editor-in-chief at The Real Agenda. His career spans over 18 years and almost every form of news media. His articles include subjects such as environmentalism, Agenda 21, climate change, geopolitics, globalisation, health, vaccines, food safety, corporate control of governments, immigration and banking cartels, among others. Luis has worked as a news reporter, on-air personality for Live and Live-to-tape news programs. He has also worked as a script writer, producer and co-producer on broadcast news. Read more about Luis.