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An Overview of The EU's Hidden History & Agenda

The full story is told in detail in The Hidden Hand of History - The Enemy Within

On September 7, 1992, while head of the European Commission, French socialist Jacques Delors gave a talk in London to the Royal Institute of International Affairs (part of the Round Table Group – British Intelligence) concerning the European Union and the covert World Government project (New World Order). He said:

“I would add - and I will not go into detail - that economic integration, unless it is backed by a strong political will, will not in itself produce stronger international institutions or help create World Government. This is why, although the need for a new world order is self-evident, our era is one of trial and error…Giving birth to institutions to which sovereignty is to be transferred and which are to be given power to manage cooperation and settle disputes, is a slow and arduous process…There is still a long way to go to make the United Nations stronger; we should not close our eyes to the difficulties.”[1] 


[1] Jacques, Delors, ‘The European Community and the New World Order’, European Commission Press Release,7/9/1992,  (Accessed on 19/5/2013)

The Real Power Behind the European Union From Inception to the Modern Day

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  The Papacy

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Sovereign Military Order of the Knights of Malta

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Opus Dei

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Jesuit Order

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Paneuropa Movement

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The House of Habsburg & Lorraine

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The Paneuropa movement was founded in 1922 by Count Richard Coudenhove Kalergi and Otto von Habsburg. In 1926 the first Paneuropean congress met in Vienna, Austria, with 2000 participants from 24 nations. They laid the foundations for what would later become the European Coal & Steel Community (ECSC) in 1952, which of course morphed into the European Union as we know it today.

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Count Richard von Coudenhove Kalergi was the son of the Austrian diplomat Heinrich Graf Coudenhove-Kalergi and his Japanese mother, Mitsuko Aoyama. They both had ties to aristocracy and in particular Byzantine royalty via Venetian aristocracy.  His grandfather, Count Francis Coudenhove Kalergi, was the Austrian Ambassador in Paris and had married Marie Kalergi in 1850. She was reported to be one of the wealthiest heiresses in Europe, descended from the Byzantine Emperor Nikophor Phikas.

Count Richard Coudenhove Kalergi was a high level freemason of the Viennese masonic lodge called Humanitas, but allegedly stepped down from the Lodge due to accusations of freemasonic influence over the direction of the paneuropa movement.

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Otto Von Habsburg, was the heir to the dethroned Austro-Hungarian Empire which was a continuum of the Holy Roman Empire. Habsburg was a Knight of Malta, all of whom work for the Pope. Von Habsburg took over the presidency of the Paneuropa movement following the death of Kalergi in 1972. Von Habsburg also held the title King of Jerusalem until his death in 2011. The title passed to King Juan Carlos of Spain following von Habsburgs death.

From the Fundamental Declaration of the International General Assembly of the Pan-Europa Union in Strasbourg 1995, we learn that Otto von Habsburg led ‘numerous leading Pan-Europeans’ in the first European elected Parliament in Strasbourg. While Pan-Europeans largely being voted into something they created is hardly going to be shocking news, the Papacy’s involvement raises a whole set of questions. The 1995 Pan Europa Declaration stated that:

‘The pan-European underground work received a boost through the strong support of the Polish Pope, John Paul II and Bishop of Augsburg Josef Stimpfle, who were connected throughout their lives to the Pan-Europa movement’.

After the ground work had been laid by Pan Europa before World War 2 even started, the first major hurdle in eliminating the nation states of Europe was brought forth for the world to see in 1951. This was initially called the Franco-German Coal and Steel Confederation, and was pushed forward by French foreign Minister Robert Schuman, and German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. The Treaty of Paris signed by both men would evolve into what was called the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) treaty of 1951, which also had a big push from Italian Christian Democrat Alcide de Gasperi. These three founding fathers of the modern European project were all members of, or sympathisers of an off-shoot of the Jesuits called Opus Dei (Opus Dei meaning the Work of God).

Belgian MEP Derk Jan Eppink, a Senior Fellow at the London Center for Policy Research, claims that Bilderberg Group member and former European Council President Herman Van Rompuy speaking to an Interreligious Dialogue in Florence, Italy in early September 2012 said that; “we are all Jesuits”. He was referring to those prominent European leaders with whom he is developing the architecture for the future Europe. 'It creates unbreakable ties. So there is a 'Jesuits International'”. Derk Jan Eppink claimed in the same article that Van Rompuy claimed that José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, Prime minister of Luxembourg and Chairman of the Euro group, Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank (ECB),  Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti and his Spanish colleague Mariano Rajoy have also been essentially Jesuit trained and ‘are frequent visitors at papal audiences.’ Derk continues in saying that:

“Their methods are very similar. A sophisticated lie or purposeful deception is allowed when framed in the interest of the greater goal. A barely contained cynicism typifies the attitude toward the normal citizen, the ignorant fool, who within a democracy needs to be protected from himself’.

Europäische Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft (European Economic Community) - The 1942 Nazi strategy for a Federal Europe.

It mirrors the European Union in its current form.

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In 1942  on instruction from the Association of Berlin Business People and Industrialists and the Berlin School of Economics (Nazi Intelligentsia) publishers Haude & Spenersche Verlagsbuchhandlung Max Paschke published ’Europäische Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft’ which translates from German into European Economic Community. This document is in the British Museum in London, and in the Statsbiblioteque in Berlin, Germany, but I must thank the late Edward Harle, a former advisor to British PM Margaret Thatcher for making me aware of its existence through his book The European Union Collective – Enemy of its Member States. This document accurately portrays the socialist-communist direction of the European Union today after the accumulative effects of the Maastricht-Amsterdam-Nice treaties represent accurately the Pan-German long term strategy of a politically and economically integrated European super state. The proposals of the document were translated by Christopher Story in his book The European Union Collective in 1997. His books are unfortunately no longer in print and need to be more widely known.

The papers authors were:

Walter Funk, Reich Economy Minister and President of the Reichsbank

Dr Horst Jecht, a Professor and leading Nazi economist from the Berlin School of Economics

Dr Emil Woermann, a Professor from the University of Halle, and leading Nazi agricultural expert

Dr Anton Reithinger, from I.G. Farben [Rothschild Controlled], Berlin

Dr Bernhard Benning, Director of the Reichs-Kredit-Gesselschaft A.G., Berlin

Dr Phillip Beisiegel, Director of the Reich Ministry of Labour and author of works on the direction of labour

Gustav Koenigs, a State Secretary

Dr Carl Clodius, Manager of the Foreign Trade Centre in Berlin

Professor Dr Heinrich Hunke, President of the Association of Berlin Business People and Industrialists and of the Institute of the German Economy, who added the need for a:

Transformation of doctrine and thinking [= Developing collectivist mind control: ‘New Thinking’, ‘The Common Mind’.]

[Editor’s note: All wording in italics in this section including the above are courtesy of the interpretation of Christopher Story, Soviet Analyst and on occasion former adviser to British PM Margaret Thatcher. I have chosen the more relevant headings from the document only to focus on the big picture.]

Chapter and Section headings for ’Europäische Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft’ – [European Economic Community]


The Economic Character of the New Europe

  • False and genuine economic freedom [‘genuine’ = controlled by Germany.]

  • Continental European cooperation [mask for pressure, coercion, etc.]

  • State direction of the economy and Community ‘work’ between ‘Member States’.

  • Payment transactions between ‘Member States’, and the European currency

The Development of the European Economic Community

  • The European Economic Community and the formation of the larger area

  • Recent changes in the issue of the single ‘European space’

  • Creation of states and independent state economies

  • The collapse of the former world economy     

  • Objectives and methodology of the European Economic Community


The European Agricultural Economic Order [= CAP]

  • The growth of the global economic division of labour in the agricultural sector

  • The supply situation under the influence of economic strangulation and transformation


The European Industrial Economy [=A common Industrial Policy]

  • The transition to state direction and planning


European Currency Issues [= The Common Monetary Policy and the European Monetary System, which has been developed into the European Union’s Economic and Monetary Union – the collective currency regime of the Euro. The central bank originally proposed was ‘Europa Bank’, which has materialised as the ‘European Central Bank’.]

  • Domestic economic problems of European currencies

  • Foreign currency management and reciprocal billing

  • Harmonization of European rates of exchange

  • The future form of the European Currency System

  • Europe’s future currency relations with the other key areas of the world

  • The European Currency Bloc


Employment in Europe [=The Common Labour Policy, aka The Social Chapter]

  • Harmonisation of organisation of employment

European Traffic Questions [=Trans-European Networks]

  • Motorways and the European traffic community

  • European Community work in the air transportation sector [In the European Union context, this ‘line’ has developed into the ‘Common European Sky’, under which all national Air Traffic Control will be subject to centralised European direction, including military flights.]


European trading and economic agreements [= The Single European Market]

  • The transformation of the law of supply and demand

  • Principles of European cooperation [= extreme collectivist legalism]

  • European trading and economic agreements [= The Single European Market]

  • The European Regional Principle [origin of the subversive European Regional Policy and the committee of the Regions – a scheme to break down the constituent nation states from within and to foster links between the regions and the Euro-centre in order to render the national centres redundant. This is truly among the most insidious features of the creeping revolution or ‘coup d'état by instalments' afflicting EU countries.]

  • Internal requirements for the European Economic Community

  • Methods of European cooperation [= application of collectivist legalism]

  • Setting up the European Economic Community


Credit goes to Christopher Story (aka Edward Harle) for defining in brackets with italics from the start of this section what the deceptive wording used in the document actually means.


Important Research Articles on the EU



Institute for the Study of Globalization and Covert Politics: Joël van der Reijden, ‘Le Cercle And The Struggle For The European Continent: Private Bridge Between Opus Dei And Anglo-American Intelligence’,, (Accessed on 20/4/2015)

The Brookings Institute: Strobe Talbott, ‘Monnet’s Brandy & Europe’s Fate’, 11/2/2014

Center for European Reform: Leonard, Mark, ‘Europe’s Transformative Power’, 1/2/2005,

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