Verschillende terroristische aanslagen in de EU werden gepleegd door personen die bij de justitie bekend waren. Autoverhuurbedrijven moeten daarom informatie zoals boekings- of reserveringsgegevens kunnen uitwisselen met veiligheidsdiensten met het oog op kruiscontroles met politiedatabanken. De Commissie moet daarom onderzoeken hoe een systeem kan worden opgezet waarmee de identiteit verifieert van personen die voertuigen, vliegtuigen en boten huren kan worden geverifieerd.
Ook worden bestaande lacunes aangeklaagd. Het EU-budget tot voorziet nochtans miljoen euro voor dergelijke programma's. Daarom wordt gevraagd om binnen de Europese Commissie een dienst op te richten die pilootprojecten moet opstarten om vervolgens met wetenschappelijke methodes de effectiviteit ervan te meten. Ook moet er een overzicht komen van alle fondsen voor deradicaliseringsprogramma's. Ook de penibele omkadering van slachtoffers van terreur is een pijnlijk probleem. Daarom stellen wij drie dingen voor. Ten eerste een standaardformulier om compensatie aan te vragen.
Ten tweede duidelijke verplichtingen met deadlines voor de verzekeraars, en ten derde automatische prefinanciering door de overheid kort na de aanslag om de onmiddellijke kosten te dekken. Voorts liet ik me inspireren door gesprekken met experts uit binnen- en buitenland, waaronder onze eigen politie- en inlichtingendiensten. Wat betreft de brexit. De EU en het VK zijn sterk afhankelijk van elkaar op het gebied van veiligheid.
Daarom moeten regelingen met de EU worden getroffen om ervoor te zorgen dat het VK en de EU vitale informatie over de bestrijding van zware criminaliteit kunnen blijven verzamelen, delen en analyseren. Ik ben erg tevreden met de huidige tekst van dit verslag. Ik roep alle collega's dan ook op om voor dit verslag te stemmen.
Tot slot wil ik graag de co-rapporteur, schaduwrapporteurs, collega's en experts bedanken voor hun bijdrage en hulp bij de totstandkoming van dit verslag. Ook wil ik graag het secretariaat van de Bijzondere Commissie terrorisme van harte danken voor zijn tomeloze inzet. Last but not least wil ik in het bijzonder de slachtoffers van de aanslagen bedanken voor hun moed om te komen getuigen en voor hun belangrijke input. Aan hun en hun families draag ik dit verslag op.
Het verslag is het resultaat van titanenwerk, enkel mogelijk gemaakt dankzij de medewerking van jullie allemaal. Nogmaals dank. Onthoud, Europa veiliger maken is teamwerk en ons aller verantwoordelijkheid. Julian King, Member of the Commission. It required from its members both an understanding of the overarching issues as well as intricate knowledge of counterterrorism policy. I believe that the draft report the committee has presented more than does justice to these high standards and to its ambitious task. The report, once adopted, will help shape the future framework for our collective counterterrorism efforts for the years to come.
These are indeed a vital part, a foundation, of any effective counterterrorism action. Another cross-cutting issue on which we are very much in agreement is the need for Member States to deliver on what has been collectively agreed. The Commission will be relentless in making sure that all legislation that is adopted is implemented fully and in a timely manner. Indeed, our latest Security Union progress report, published earlier today, gives a full update on all of the ongoing work we are pursuing.
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First, I welcome the emphasis the committee has put on protecting the external borders and the need for efficient information exchange, including maximising the use of existing information systems. This translates directly into the energy this Parliament has been putting into the ongoing negotiations on the interoperability proposals. Strong and reliable protection of the external borders is a precondition for ensuring security in our shared space. That said, we should be clear about the need to avoid conflating the challenges of migration, on the one hand, with those of fighting terrorism, on the other.
At the same time, we need to make progress on prevention. Indeed, this brings me to the second point I want to highlight: on prevention, we are reinforcing our efforts to tackle radicalisation, both online and offline. The report underlines the need to achieve automatic detection and full, fast, systematic and permanent removal of terrorist content online, and calls on the co-legislators to proceed urgently with their work.
I very much agree: we should provide a clear harmonised framework, prevent the misuse of hosting-service providers for the dissemination of terrorist content, while at the same time ensuring the full protection of fundamental rights. I truly hope that we will manage to close this file before the end of the current parliamentary term.
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These recommendations will feed into our ongoing work in this crucial field. I fully agree and I recognise that victims need special attention and support. In addition, the Commission will support the setting-up of a new coordination centre for victims of terrorism, an initiative that originated in this House. This hub of expertise, guidance and support will be up and running next year.
Fourth, to close down the space in which terrorists operate, the report calls for the swift adoption of the Commission proposals aimed at improving cross-border access to electronic evidence. The JHA Council adopted a general approach on this proposal last week and is ready to launch interinstitutional negotiations. We need progress in order better to support the investigation and prosecution of cross-border crime, including terrorism and cybercrime. Fifth, I welcome the importance that the report attaches to fighting terrorist financing.
I am happy that Parliament has adopted its negotiating mandate on the proposals to facilitate the use of financial information and that the co—legislators will start talks this week. I also share the concerns expressed in the report about an increase in large-scale money laundering, as a source for terrorism financing, through certain banking institutions in the euro area, and I take due note of calls for the establishment of a European Union Terrorist Finance Tracking System.
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Personally, I think this is something we need to be pressing ahead with. Sixth, on building resilience, the report is ambitious in its recommendations on explosives precursors. The report is also clear that Europe needs to do more to tackle cyber-threats, particularly cyber-terrorism. Lastly, allow me to touch on hybrid threats, including disinformation. We have made a lot of progress on these security issues. I welcome the fact that we share similar visions of future priorities and on what we need to accomplish in the short term.
Let me once again thank the Special Committee for its properly impressive work. We are all counting on this House now to help deliver on this ambitious vision in order to strengthen the Security Union further and better protect our citizens against terrorism. Arnaud Danjean, au nom du groupe PPE. Concludo ringraziando le due correlatrici, tutti i relatori ombra e tutti i colleghi della commissione per l'enorme lavoro svolto con spirito di collaborazione.
The public mind is naturally on other matters. But I am under no illusions: those that wish us harm and seek to disrupt our societies are at this moment actively plotting and preparing attacks. I congratulate the police and security services in all our countries for their professionalism and vigilance.
The United Kingdom has among the most professional and capable intelligence and security services in the world and makes an enormous contribution to the security of Europe as a whole. As Helga Stevens has mentioned, this report endorses the need for a close future security partnership between the EU and the UK.
This includes UK contribution to, and access to, information and data networks. We also need close cooperation in many other areas, for example in dealing with those returning to our countries from the ISIS terror organisation, and none of us has yet found an acceptable solution to the problem of convicted extremists, both during their term of imprisonment and — most importantly — once they have served their sentences. To conclude, this report should be seen as a realistic contribution to a discussion that needs to continue and intensify. Personalmente, es lo que he procurado no olvidar, y no he olvidado tampoco los testimonios de los supervivientes de los atentados o de las familias de los asesinados.
Se pide que los Estados miembros eviten homenajes a los terroristas con condena en firme. Y podemos armonizarlo. Un point fait consensus entre nous. Nous refusons la stigmatisation de pans entiers de la population. Mevrouw, ik heb u horen zeggen dat u eigenlijk tegen het delen van informatie bent, dat u tegen informatie-uitwisseling bent omdat u vreest dat dan meer mensen gevolgd worden.
Zo kwam het over. Ik wil u hier toch wel zeggen dat, als we alle aanslagen in Europa bekijken, een of meerdere daders van elke aanslag in een of meerdere databanken zaten. Dus als we effectief een echte Europese inlichtingendienst zouden hebben en veel meer Europese gegevens zouden uitwisselen, dan zouden we veel sterker staan. Ik vraag mij dus af wat uw argumentatie is om te pleiten tegen meer gegevensuitwisseling.
Nennen Sie doch endlich klipp und klar Ross und Reiter! Die Kirchen und Synagogen sind keine Orte, in denen Hass gepredigt wird. Reden Sie von Imamen statt von Geistlichen! Pfarrer und Rabbis predigen keinen Hass. Trauen Sie sich denn nicht, diese einfachen Wahrheiten anzusprechen? Dieser Bericht, so scheint es mir, will wohl lieber schweigen.
Deren Sicherheit ist die vornehmste Aufgabe des Staates. Mario Borghezio, a nome del gruppo ENF. Minacciano persino i nostri mercatini! Dormivate mentre attentavano alle vite dei nostri concittadini? Es hora de pasar de las palabras a los hechos. No podemos bajar la guardia porque los europeos tenemos derecho a vivir libres y seguros. Kristina Winberg ECR. Ivo Belet PPE. We zullen zeer alert moeten blijven en nauwer moeten samenwerken om de mensen effectief en goed te beschermen.
Essentieel daarbij is — Arnaud Danjean heeft het heel goed gezegd zonet — het uitwisselen van informatie. Dat is essentieel. Informatie moet automatisch, continu en direct worden uitgewisseld tussen de nationale politiediensten. Dat gebeurt al maar dat kan altijd beter. En we moeten ook nog beter de brug slaan tussen enerzijds de nationale politiediensten en anderzijds de nationale diensten voor terrorismebestrijding, de nationale inlichtingendiensten.
Ten tweede, zoals de commissaris heeft gezegd, ook op het internet moeten we vechten tegen de radicalisering en ook daar de terreurpropaganda drastisch aanpakken. Europol is daarbij inderdaad de draaischijf en het meest geschikte instrument. Het moet worden uitgebouwd tot die centrale Europese eenheid voor digitale terrorismebestrijding, zoals in het verslag staat. Tot slot — de Commissaris heeft het ook gezegd — moeten we de controles aan de buitengrenzen van de EU verder aanscherpen en moet de Europese grens- en kustwacht direct toegang krijgen tot alle informatie in de Europese databanken.
Roberta Metsola PPE. There is a clear need to support Member States and provide common solutions to what is a common existential threat we all face, both from networked terrorist groups and from lone wolves. It is impossible to distance the future of Europe from the need to make our shared space more secure.
There can be nothing without the freedom and security that defines the Europe we know today, and we absolutely need to improve coordination between Member States on this issue. If there is one critical, central lesson that we have learned from the attacks in Europe, it is that. In recent years, we have moved in the right direction with the introduction of systematic checks at our external borders and legislation that will tackle radicalisation.
And we have gone after those who incite in our communities and online. But it is not only online; we have to also go after the vulnerabilities in our prisons and stop those hate preachers who use the language of religion to inspire hatred. I also want to take this opportunity to pay tribute to those fallen in attacks around Europe, and to underline that victims of terrorism and their families will always find this Parliament standing shoulder—to—shoulder with them.
Finally, without strong borders, there can be no Schengen. One is entirely dependent on the other, and that is one aspect that I will address in my European Border and Coast Guard report next year. This was a substantial piece of work for the rapporteurs and shadows involved, and I think that the report that was tabled, while not perfect, makes some extremely important points.
I welcome the point on the creation of the European Resilience Prize for the best social and cultural project at local level in the EU. This will be important in promoting social engagement and it can help to build societies that are resistant to radicalisation. I also welcome the call on the Member States to remove any printed and online propaganda that explicitly incites violent extremism and terrorist acts. This is an important inclusion, as social media can be an extremely effective tool to radicalise people.
Linked to this, the call to set up an online European platform for citizens to flag online terrorist content could be very effective and empower citizens to act when they come across such content online. I think those two proposals are very positive. Was war denn eigentlich das Ziel des Sonderausschusses Terrorismus? Eine Bewertung der Auswirkungen auf Grundrechte fehlt komplett, und hinzu kommen Formulierungen, die durchaus geeignet sind, Verunsicherung und Ausgrenzung zu befeuern.
Die Forderung nach immer neuen Kontrollen zu Gesetzen, die noch gar nicht umgesetzt sind, hat schon etwas von Fake News. Sicherheit ist ein wichtiges Thema. Dieser Bericht liefert dazu keinen eigenen Beitrag. Ich werde ihm daher nicht zustimmen. Heinz K. Becker PPE. Ich danke den Kolleginnen Hohlmeier und Stevens, ich danke der Vorsitzenden, den Koordinatoren und Kommissar King, der sich in diesen Ausschuss vorbildlich eingebracht hat.
Ja, es gibt ihn, und es gibt auch den linken Radikalismus in Europa. Das bekommen wir von diesen Menschen leider nicht. Carlos Coelho PPE. Jeroen Lenaers PPE. Laat me kort een aantal opmerkingen maken. De data die we al verzamelen, moeten we beter gebruiken en ik deel de hoop van commissaris King dat op dat vlak het interoperabiliteitsdossier zo snel mogelijk wordt afgerond. Gegevens moeten we ook beter bewaren.
Het is bespottelijk dat we vier en een half jaar na de uitspraak van het Hof nog steeds geen werkbaar alternatief hebben om ervoor te zorgen dat politie en justitie toegang krijgen tot de info die ze nodig hebben. Haatpredikers, verspreiders van gif in onze samenleving, we moeten ze op een zwarte lijst zetten zodat we hun werk onmogelijk maken. We zijn veel te afhankelijk van onze Amerikaanse collega's.
We zullen onze eigen verantwoordelijkheid moeten nemen en we zullen die verantwoordelijkheid snel moeten nemen. Er is met andere woorden, Voorzitter, nog voldoende werk te doen dus laten we aan de slag gaan. Lo sabemos muy bien: el derecho a la seguridad es un derecho fundamental. Terrorismin uhasta on tullut todellista kaikissa EU-valtioissa. Kaksi uhreista menehtyi. Samoin vihasaarnaajien toiminta on saatava loppumaan. Marijana Petir PPE. Zbog toga pozivam Europski parlament da u okviru ovog Odbora za terorizam uputi na prave mjere koje trebamo poduzeti.
I welcome the report and I would like to add that the latter addresses the shortcomings measured earlier and focuses on strengthening the mechanism of cooperation information. Last, but not least, fighting terrorism has to stay as a priority of the Parliament. Bisogna lavorare innanzitutto sulla prevenzione, riconoscendo il ruolo dell'Unione europea e delle misure antiterrorismo adottate nel quadro dell'Unione della sicurezza. Tutte le proposte legislative degli ultimi anni contro il riciclaggio di capitali e il finanziamento del terrorismo vanno accompagnate dal monitoraggio dei flussi finanziari in modo mirato e tecnologicamente avanzato, per individuare gli utenti di portafogli elettronici, valute virtuali e carte prepagate, piattaforme di crowdfunding e sistemi di pagamento online e mobile nelle indagini di polizia giudiziaria.
Bruno Gollnisch NI. I hope we are all agreed that effective security policies in the area of countering terrorism, as in others, must necessarily be rooted in respect for fundamental values. Successfully tackling the threat posed by terrorism and developing an effective and genuine Security Union has to be a shared responsibility not only for our Member States, of course, as many of you have underlined, but also for the Commission and, indeed, for all of us here in this House.
Just to pick up one or two of the issues that have been raised. The first thing I want to say is that I think we should be proud of our values, including those of freedom of expression and freedom of belief. That said, we also have to be unremitting in identifying and tackling radicalisation and opposing violence from whatever source.
We now need to make sure that this is effectively implemented, and for that reason we are picking up your initiative and setting up a centre of expertise for the victims of terrorism, as a first step towards establishing a permanent EU coordination centre for victims of terrorism. She will present her proposals, as you know, early next year. Last point of detail: I agree with the many Members who called on us to strengthen our agencies in this area, in relation to the support they can give to the shared effort and to the work of our Member States.
Europol does an excellent job. We will continue to support Europol in any way we can within the existing Treaty provisions. Europol has unique capabilities that are put at the service of law enforcement across our Union and, indeed, beyond. Helga Stevens, Rapporteur. Heel belangrijk. Het zijn niet alleen de woorden van mijn collega Hohlmeier die ik zal herhalen, maar ik wil me wel aansluiten bij haar woorden.
Ik wil graag nog eventjes reageren op wat enkele collega's reeds gezegd hebben in verband met de kleine lidstaten, die inderdaad niet de capaciteit en de middelen hebben om even succesvol aan terrorismebestrijding te doen als grote lidstaten. Net daarom dat is het zo belangrijk om samen te werken op Europees niveau tussen alle lidstaten.
Dat is zo belangrijk, omdat wij samen meer kunnen doen dan elk apart. Dit wil ik echt benadrukken. Samenwerking tussen de nationale overheden en Europol en Eurojust. We hebben die instrumenten al. Daarom hebben we heel veel aanbevelingen in ons verslag opgenomen en ik roep alle landen op om dat verslag goed te lezen en verder uit te groeien.
De bal ligt nu in jullie kamp. Wij hebben ons werk gedaan, maar het is nog niet klaar. Samen hebben we de verantwoordelijkheid om het gevecht te voeren tegen terrorisme, dat gevecht dat we allemaal samen moeten voeren op alle verschillende echelons. Ik hoop dat niemand zijn verantwoordelijkheid ontvlucht. Wat betreft de opmerkingen over de balans tussen veiligheid enerzijds en grondrechten anderzijds. Voor mij is dit geen discussie. Natuurlijk moet er een juiste balans gevonden worden tussen veiligheid en mensenrechten en ik denk dat wij met ons verslag echt geprobeerd hebben om die balans zeer nauwgezet te bewaken.
Bedankt voor jullie aandacht. Ik roep jullie op om ons verslag te steunen in het belang van de toekomst, om terroristische aanslagen in de toekomst te voorkomen. Pedro Silva Pereira, Rapporteur. Let me also thank the shadow rapporteurs. I believe that by working together and building compromises we have reached a very good outcome, so that we can have a meaningful vote tomorrow — not only on the agreement itself but also on a resolution in which Parliament sends out important messages about trade, and calls on the parties to make the most of the progressive potential of this agreement.
As standing rapporteur, let me begin by saying that we are discussing here much more than a trade agreement. Yes, this is a historic moment. In front of us, we have the most important bilateral trade agreement ever concluded by the EU. As a result, European products and services will get major new opportunities in the Japanese market.
Acknowledging the successful outcome of the negotiations, all EU economic sectors are now speaking in favour of this agreement, including the agri—food sector, which will benefit from new export opportunities while protecting geographical indications. No matter how relevant it may be from the economic point of view, however, this agreement is, above all, of major strategic importance.
It gives us the chance to shape the global agenda at a time of rising protectionism, thus sending a clear and timely signal in favour of an open, fair and rules—based trading system. We should not miss this opportunity to promote our own values and standards in the Asia—Pacific region and in global trade. I would not be standing here as rapporteur supporting this EU—Japan Agreement if it were not a progressive trade agreement: an agreement clearly belonging to a new generation of trade agreements, in which sustainable development matters and environment, labour rights and consumer protection matter.
Of course, there is no such thing as a perfect agreement, but this agreement recognises the UN Sustainable Development Goals. It is the first trade agreement with a reference to the Paris Agreement on climate change and it fully respects public services and the right to regulate. Moreover, it includes not only a commitment to pursue the ratification of the core International Labour Organisation ILO conventions but also a review clause for improving the enforceability of labour and environmental rules.
Japan, it is fair to say, has made substantial efforts, even before the entry into force of the agreement, and it is already discussing at inter—ministerial level the implementation of its sustainable development commitments. This should be warmly welcomed as a very good sign. Parliament has closely followed these negotiations from the beginning. We were supportive but also demanding. Last Friday, the Japanese Parliament approved the agreement.
Tomorrow this Parliament will have the final say. My position as rapporteur is that this trade agreement is economically balanced and of major strategic importance. Furthermore, it clearly represents a step forward on sustainable development. As you know, the foundations of world trade are being shaken right now, and it is therefore important for the EU and its partners to reinforce their ties and to demonstrate the value of free economic exchanges based on fair rules, as opposed to whim and transactional strength, and Japan is clearly one such partner.
The EPA has a strategic importance and an unquestionable economic and political value. It supports free and fair trade and helps the EU to make further inroads in the Far East, after a free trade agreement with South Korea. We have every interest in the European Union in cooperating with Japan to secure a free and open environment in the region in Asia. Important longstanding non-tariff barriers will be removed in the car sector, as the EU and Japan have agreed to reinforce international standards and to rely on them in defining the regulatory framework.
European companies will be able to bid on equal terms for public procurement contracts, including at sub-central level for the 54 largest cities in Japan. European origin names for more than foodstuffs will be protected against misuse. We also have a specific chapter on small and medium-sized enterprises, in which we commit to supporting our SMEs through dedicated information portals and contact points. This is clearly economically beneficial and it is intended to provide a basis for advancing important EU priorities regarding the economic transition towards a socially and environmentally sustainable model of growth and the protection of areas of overriding interest to public policy, such as health, safety and individual privacy.
The EPA protects the European model of regulation. Under the regulatory cooperation provisions, we will engage with Japan on common responses to new technological challenges, from electric vehicles to product standards, to reducing waste. The agreement lays the groundwork for bilateral engagement on social protection rules.
Japan is a country committed to sustainable development provisions and it has established an inter-ministerial group to work on their implementation. It is important for us in the EU to protect our economic and social model by spurring sustainable growth through free and fair trade and by cooperating with a friend and ally like Japan in the defence of these common interests. This agreement has been designed to spur our trade with, and our competitiveness in, a major economy with which, moreover, the EU must cooperate to defend open economic relations and develop sound international standards.
I hope that Parliament will send out a strong global signal tomorrow by voting with a strong majority for this agreement. A strong EU-Japan partnership is more important than ever in an international context in which these values and principles are, as you know, being challenged. We need to work together and to show joint leadership. It will help us to make a positive contribution to the shaping of a cooperative regional order and it will help us to promote joint interests in the global arena. In this way, the benefits of the partnership go well beyond our bilateral relations.
The agreement provides for close cooperation on global issues. Japan is, in fact, an indispensable partner in tackling many of the challenges that we both face — including climate change and cybersecurity. Japan is an important partner when it comes to development aid and humanitarian assistance. This is very important because it will help us to strengthen cooperation on security, crisis management and peace-keeping and we will do so jointly.
The EU and Japan have been able to promote sustainable, rules-based connectivity in Europe, Asia and the Pacific, so we are bringing Asia and Europe closer via this agreement, and that reflects the policy direction contained in our global strategy. We have a lot to gain here by sharing experiences when we address these issues. The SPA will serve as a charter, underpinning our partnership, helping us turn our political ambitions into concrete action and joint initiatives.
The European Parliament has a crucial role here in adopting the agreement. In addition, there are the EU-Japan interparliamentary meetings, the parliamentary diplomacy that makes a valuable contribution to our existing and future strategic partnership. So the importance of these exchanges is explicitly enshrined in the Strategic Partnership Agreement. We are now working with the European Parliament, the European Data Protection Board and the EU governments to scrutinise our findings and make sure our assessment is correctly informed.
The adequacy decision is of crucial importance because, with the adequacy in place, we will be able to create the biggest area of safe flow of data between our economies. While our citizens will benefit from greater privacy protection, our economies will also benefit from easier transfer of personal data. The most crucial aspect is, of course, that of convergence, the similarity of our data protection regime. At the same time, Japan also is a country that has recently decided to change its approach to data protection by adopting a law that shares all key elements of our European General Data Protection Regulation.
Actually, it is difficult to find another country outside the EU that has inspired itself so much from our approach to privacy. The Japanese law contains the same core principles, safeguards and individual rights as we know them from our law. These rules are checked and enforced by an independent supervisory authority — the Personal Information Protection Commission — which was also our main interlocutor throughout the adequacy negotiations.
According to the Court of Justice, adequacy does not require a photocopy of our rules; the mechanism can differ, but the overall level of protection has to be essentially equivalent. It is our main benchmark in all the negotiations of possible adequacy decisions with other countries. This is also why we have negotiated a set of additional safeguards, which address the few relevant differences that we have found comparing the European and Japanese systems.
We have also obtained the creation of an ad hoc complaint resolution mechanism, easily accessible for EU citizens in the sensitive area of government access to data. All the elements we have negotiated will ensure a high level of protection for data transfers to Japan. This type of convergence with the EU data protection system is exactly what the European Parliament has been calling for. It would thus be very important for your resolution to welcome it. This brings me to the strategic importance of this decision. As you know, Japan is one of our most important trading partners, and thus the destination of a large volume of data.
This underlines both the need for protection and the economic relevance of the adequacy finding. In this process we have engaged intensively with all stakeholders, with the data protection authorities, with the European Data Protection Board, Member States and, of course, with the European Parliament. And this has already helped to clarify and strengthen a number of elements in the decision. I am therefore confident that we can finalise this process and adopt the adequacy decision as soon as possible.
On the Japanese side, the Japanese data protection authority has already finalised its adequacy assessment for the EU and the timing of its decision will be synchronised so that we have both adequacy findings on the same day. Together, these mutual adequacy decisions will create the largest area of safe and free data flows in the world, thus complementing the Economic Partnership Agreement and increasing its benefits.
This will also send a strong message to other countries that it is worth bringing their data protection framework closer to ours and, in other words, that convergence pays off. This will also confirm that the EU approach works while we are keeping the parallel tracks of negotiations, and personal data are not part of the trade talks. This proves we can work together to enhance strategic partnership with our allies and support the objective of secure data flows between our economies.
In the end, this is a win—win situation — a win for the citizens and a win for the traders. It is time for our businesses, especially SMEs, and our consumers to start enjoying the benefits of this landmark agreement. Why is this agreement of such importance? Well, for many reasons. First of all, the huge economic gains. Secondly, its chapter on sustainable development, including our renewed commitment to the Paris Agreement.
It is a clear win-win agreement that comes at a critical geopolitical moment, where trade wars can be triggered by a simple tweet and unilateral tariffs barriers are raised. Responsibility lies heavily on our shoulders to stand up for our values and our social and environmental standards. I can think of no better ally than the Land of the Rising Sun for such a free, fair and open trade regime. Primo, a livello geopolitico l'Unione sta riempiendo il vuoto lasciato dagli Stati Uniti di Trump. Stiamo costruendo un nuovo ordine commerciale globale basato su regole che contrastano gli effetti negativi della globalizzazione.
I trattati commerciali sono uno strumento, non un fine. It is our strategic partner, our G20 colleague and a hugely important ally on the global stage on various fronts, starting with climate change, the sustainable development goals and WTO reform and defence of rules—based international trade. We now have a unique opportunity to finalise the ratification process and get the deal approved during this parliamentary term so that it can enter into force as soon as possible.
The Commission has redoubled its efforts, the Austrian and also the upcoming Romanian Presidencies are committed to it, and we have to do our best to complete the consent procedure. We have to respect Japan and honour our commitments as soon as possible. As the Chair of the Delegation for relations with Japan, I can say that Japan has been an extremely reliable partner on the international level.
Also in this context, I warmly welcome both agreements. The Economic Partnership Agreement EPA is certainly the most wide-ranging, largest and most modern bilateral agreement ever achieved. I would call on my colleagues who are considering not supporting this agreement to ask themselves whether they would also be against promoting cooperation in the world, economic growth in Europe, opening job opportunities to hundreds of thousands of citizens and bringing benefits for consumers. We must not let our Japanese partners down and we must certainly not let ourselves and our citizens down.
Wir wollen fairen und ethischen Handel, nicht modernen Freihandel pur. Die notwendigen Strukturanpassungen sehen Sie jedoch nicht mehr in Ihrer Verantwortung. Die vereinbarten Streitbeilegungsmechanismen sind nicht ausreichend. Es greift in unsere elementaren demokratischen Rechte ein. Das betrifft vor Ort die Kommunalpolitik. Unsere Regierungen haben auch nicht mehr das Recht, die Sozial- und Umweltgesetze zu erlassen, die sie wollen.
Ein besonders wichtiger Fall ist das Verbot von Gentechnik. Wir brauchen kein Freihandelsabkommen, um faire Handelsregeln durchzusetzen. Es werden ganz klar Grenzen gesetzt, die der Wirtschaft schaden. Per fare un esempio, i dazi giapponesi sulla pasta, i vini e i formaggi passeranno da 24, 15 e 40 a zero. France Jamet, au nom du groupe ENF. Alors entendez-les! Pourra-t-elle revenir sur cet accord? Daniel Caspary PPE. Aber bitte: Mitglieder aus diesem Haus sollten sich das ersparen. Geben wir Konzernen Schmierfett, oder regulieren wir den Markt?
Es ist sicherlich nicht perfekt, gar keine Frage.
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Man kann immer noch Dinge verbessern. Charles Tannock ECR. Japan is an important trading partner for my country, and it has been a huge source of foreign direct investment FDI , particularly into the car industry in Britain. It will also see Japan recognise EU geographical indicators and contains provisions on services, including financial services, which would have been of particular benefit to the UK, which Brexit now sadly removes forever. This makes the Economic Partnership Agreement and the Strategic Partnership Agreement all the more important in times when strongman politics from Washington to Beijing are challenging the very model that has brought our citizens the highest quality of life.
This is a crucial moment for Europe to lead. Does this trade agreement solve all our problems? No, but it will facilitate the flow of goods and services between us in a smart and sustainable way, and it also allows us to work towards setting high standards in the digital economy, towards WTO reform, towards better environmental protection and reaching the Sustainable Development Goals.
To colleagues who do not believe this agreement is perfect, I say that complex agreements never are. But do not let the perfect be the enemy of the good. I look forward to improving our already good relationship with our Japanese friends. Franz Obermayr ENF. Das bedaure ich sehr, speziell im Zusammenhang mit dem wichtigen Abkommen mit Japan. This is to be welcomed, and it was the result of our mission in October from the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs.
It is welcome because new developments in big data robotics and artificial intelligence make it increasingly important that strong data protection systems are in place. The GDPR is respected in Japan — we saw it for ourselves — and we believe a strong relationship will be built. Ich habe eine Bitte. Ich verstehe einfach nicht, wieso Leute wie Sie, die einen klaren Verstand haben, gegen dieses Abkommen sind.
Das sind doch ideologische Vorurteile, die Sie haben, oder, Herr Buchner? Ich bitte die Fraktionen, doch einmal das Ganze zu sehen und nicht nur immer kleinklein, sondern die Ideologie beiseite zu lassen und sich der Sache zuzuwenden. Europa en Japan geloven in de kracht en de voorspoed van specialisatie en vrijhandel in tegenstelling tot de Amerikaanse president Trump, die liever op zijn eiland zit en protectionisme aanbidt.
Wij kiezen voor samenwerking op meer dan veertig terreinen: onderwijs, landbouw, migratie, terrorismebestrijding. En waarom? Omdat wij denken dat we in deze geglobaliseerde wereld meer moeten samenwerken. Omdat we gelijkgezinde partners zijn met dezelfde waarden en normen, maar ook omdat we in dialoog willen gaan over punten waarover we het misschien niet eens zijn.
Wij vragen ook aan Japan om de doodstraf af te schaffen. Wij vragen Japan om een verbod op de walvisjacht in te stellen en om een verbod in te stellen om cosmetica te testen op dieren. Collega's, dit is een goed akkoord, goed voor onze bedrijven, goed voor onze landbouw. Remaining committed to a rules-based multilateral order, we are as a European Union proving that trade is about more than just tariffs — it is also about values and principles.
Trade is an important part of EU-Japan relations; we have heard this this afternoon. However, securing peace and maintaining stability in eastern Asia is also in our core interest. Out meetings in Tokyo clearly demonstrated that Japan and the European Union are like-minded partners; we need to increase our cooperation, including at the global and strategic level.
The Strategic Partnership Agreement aims for solutions on common challenges such as climate change, energy supply and threats to security. I believe it is a major step forward and it demonstrates that we, as a European Union, are a reliable and consistent partner and a true global player.
As the rapporteur has rightly said, this is not only the largest trade deal done in the world or done by the European Union, but it is also the most progressive. I want to pay tribute to Pedro Silva Pereira for the way that he has pursued the TSD chapter and got assurances from the Japanese in relation to its implementation, and also the way that he has argued with the Japanese about the need to ensure that the two ILO Core Conventions they have not yet signed are ratified as soon as possible and received positive responses from the Japanese in that respect. It is to his great credit that he has pursued these with vigour and I think it makes it easier for us to vote for this report when it comes before us tomorrow.
The speaker agreed to take a blue—card question under Rule 8. Do you think that those are the two alternatives: either to have an agreement where both sides enjoy a win-win situation or do we enjoy the Trump situation where we have a war on tariffs and trade? What do you think is the best solution for the consumers and for our people in Europe? The great advantage of this trade agreement, though, is the way it reduces non-tariff barriers, the way it makes it easier for European companies to access the Japanese market.
Our problems in competing with Japan have never been about tariffs. It has never been about differing labour standards; it has been about non-tariff barriers, and this agreement goes to the core of that issue. Christofer Fjellner PPE. Stater handlar inte med stater. Considering the complex and challenging times we are facing in the global arena, it is strategically important to invest in more cooperation and alignment with Japan on matters from trade to development, foreign affairs and environment. As has been stated before, we the European Union — but overall we, the Socialists and Democrats — have been fighting for a long time now to ensure that this is a significant change in global trade policy and that the new trade agreements benefit not only the few, but the general population.
All vulnerable people must be protected, and we must take the necessary measures to mitigate any potential negative effects of globalisation. This agreement goes in that direction and is better than all others negotiated before. The trade agreement with Japan, as negotiated, allows us to support an open, fair and rule—based WTO system, while promoting the highest standards in the Asian Pacific region, namely in the field of the environment, food safety, consumer protection and labour rights. Pani komisarz! Japan is a highly valuable export partner for European farmers and food producers.
Therefore, we should welcome that the agreement provides increased export opportunities for EU agri-food products. Also, the agreement will make it easier for EU companies to provide services on the highly lucrative Japanese market. This will give a significant boost to our trade and services. I have always spoken in favour of the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement as it will boost trade in goods and services as well as create opportunities for investments between the EU and Japan.
Now I believe that the European Parliament should give its consent as fast as possible to this agreement, so that we can focus on its implementation so that everyone can make use of it as soon as possible. Kellyre, Mr. Kellyvel, egy perce van mindenkinek, parancsoljon. I know, for instance, that Irish whiskey is going to be protected in Japan for the first time — a huge opportunity to develop that area, and indeed other agri-food sectors as well. So I think that we have to emphasise to our citizens that this is a great opportunity for them and that the European Union can work for them when we all pull together.
Cheers to that! Irish whiskey to you all!
This agreement — the largest ever concluded by the EU — is securing a large part of the economic and world trade system for free trade and multilateralism, now when these principles are not shared as unanimously as before. The Japanese Diet, the lower chamber, has already approved the agreement and the Senate is preparing to do so at the moment. The agreement has a number of novelties, from dedicated chapters on corporate governance and SMEs, to sustainable development, gender and trade, as well as parliamentary oversight.
In conclusion, I encourage my colleagues to vote for this important agreement. A Sra. You were here from the beginning but somebody put their hand up earlier than you. I am very sorry, I am just saving time for the others and for the interpreters, but thank you very much for drawing this to my attention. He pedido el turno de palabra a las tres de la tarde. Ese tampoco es un argumento. As some of you said, every agreement is a compromise — you give and you take, and sometimes the end result is not exactly as you wanted but rather good.
You may like this agreement or not, but you have to stick to the truth: there is nothing — and I repeat nothing — in this agreement forcing any country of the European Union, or Japan, to privatise public services. Nor is there anything hindering any country of the European Union, or Japan, from taking back privatised services and renationalising them, as long as this is done in a non-discriminatory way. So stick to the truth. I also want to reject the claim that this is not transparent.
Over the past two years, there have been 40 meetings with EU governments and 15 meetings with Members of this House, including the monitoring group. We have published negotiating texts. We have made available detailed reports of each negotiating round. We have had a lot of public meetings, I have attended several of them, and we put the whole text online in July when it was finalised. There are also many memos and fact sheets, including on a regional basis, and sometimes online, in which you can look at the content of this agreement.
So please stick to the truth. On data adequacy, I also want to say that this House asked for clarifications. We have launched the process to adopt the final decision involving the opinion of our independent data protection authorities and, once that is finalised, which will be very soon, the EU-Japan mutual adequacy decision would confirm our global lead in setting high standards for the benefit of our citizens. This is an agreement with a friend and an ally. Japan is a strong democracy that shares our values, and together we stand for fair trade, free trade and sustainable trade, based on multilateral rules — and you all know that they are under question today.
The agreement opens up fantastic possibilities for our goods, services and agri-food products, Irish whiskey and many others, that can be sold to the benefit of Japanese customers, and for cooperation in many areas beyond traditional trade. We have had a focus, jointly, on SMEs to try to help them in this regard.
I have learned during these negotiations that we have much more in common with our Japanese friends than maybe we thought a few years ago. I am confident that the trade agreement and the strategic partnership agreement will give us a framework for developing areas of cooperation that are already ongoing, and many others as well, and that we will set a high standard for the world.
So, I hope all of you will feel, or at least most of you will feel, that you can vote in favour of this tomorrow so that it can enter into force early next year. Thank you very much for a good debate. I see it in part as a result of our fruitful cooperation. Of course, I respect all the opinions expressed during the debate but I have to say that some of the arguments used against the agreement simply disregard its content — and that goes not only for this idea of privatisation of public services but also for the undermining of democratic basic rights, because the right to regulate is clearly protected in this agreement.
Others say that this agreement is only about free trade: on the contrary, this is a sound economic partnership agreement with a sustainable development chapter and important and binding environmental, labour and consumer-protection provisions. And some even say that this agreement will affect the wellbeing of Japanese farmers — meaning, of course, that it is perhaps too good for European farmers.
Let us not miss this opportunity tomorrow. The arrangement underlines the continued relevance of rules—based and open international trade. Throughout the SEDE mission to Japan last year, I had an opportunity to meet with representatives of the Japanese parliament Diet , government, think—tanks and defence industry. The EU and Japan share core interests in a broad variety of regional and global economic and security matters.
These interests entail addressing barriers to free trade and security challenges through soft mechanisms, close cooperation and enduring friendship. Es ist jedoch nicht akzeptabel, dass Japan nur sechs der insgesamt acht IAO-Kernarbeitsnormen ratifiziert hat. Daher sollten wir das Abkommen ablehnen. Marijana Petir PPE , napisan. Romana Tomc PPE , pisno. We are discussing the individual and collective rights of all Turkish citizens. In the past two years, we have witnessed the detention of elected politicians, journalists and academics.
Fundamental rights such as the presumption of innocence are often ignored and violated. This was just two days after the ruling by the European Court of Human Rights which we are discussing today. As Commissioner Hahn and I said in Ankara, just a couple of weeks ago during this meeting, we expect the Turkish authorities, including the Turkish judiciary, to follow up in an appropriate manner on the recommendations by the Council of Europe and on the rulings by the European Court of Human Rights.
It is the result of work done in the s by the Council of Europe, and Turkey is a proud founding member of the Council of Europe. I would like to be very clear on this. What we would like to see, as the European Union, is a strong, free, secure, prosperous and democratic Turkey as a key neighbour and partner in our region, not just as a candidate country. It is in our shared interest to contribute to this, and all the Turkish people should know that they can count on the European Union to be at their side for a secure, democratic, free and prosperous Turkey.
He is jailed, his freedom of expression is curtailed, and so is his right to politics. And for what? For representing millions of people in Turkey who want peace, millions of people who want to continue their struggle for equal rights through democratic means, and for being the voice of Kurdish — and Turkish — youth who are fed up with the decades-long bloodshed. The European Court of Human Rights last month unanimously ruled for his immediate release. We will not forget him, and we will continue to demand justice. Selahattin, we are with you. Comme tant de Kurdes et de progressistes en Turquie, M.
According to the European Court of Human Rights ruling, which is binding, the fact that he was in pre-trial detention during two electoral campaigns for the constitutional referendum and for the presidential election did not just undermine his political rights, but also the rights of the citizens to be represented. This, therefore, undermines pluralism and democracy itself. When state authorities abuse pre-trial imprisonment to silence opponents and limit freedom of political debate, we cannot remain silent.
Nor should we remain silent waiting for another ECHR ruling concerning similar situations that exist today in the EU: for example, those of the Catalan political prisoners in pre-trial detention who are also MPs who cannot exercise their duties as elected politicians, and some of them were even prevented from participating in the electoral campaign. We will stand by human rights, or again we will be recklessly using double standards. Ich bitte um Nachsicht. It is important that the Court called for his release and we will continue to advocate for the rights of HDP, our sister party.
I am, however, very worried about the uncertainty regarding the implementation of this ruling. The Turkish authorities have been very clear about their intention to disregard this ruling and to keep Demirtas in prison on the basis of other charges. I urge Turkey to implement this ruling. The situation of rule of law in the country is extremely worrying as the independence of the judiciary is questionable. As a friend of Turkey and a friend of the Kurdish people, I will continue to stand by Demirtas and all the other politicians, academics and journalists and human rights defenders that are currently attacked and imprisoned by the Turkish State.
It is not always an easy task, but we believe it is something we do not do against Turkey, but for Turkey and for all Turkish citizens that aspire to a different kind of life. No clear position could have been expressed publicly at that moment, and I thank this Hemicycle for supporting that position. The work will continue.
David McAllister, Rapporteur. The EU security environment is today more volatile, more unpredictable, more complex and more ambiguous than at any time since the end of the Cold War. We have often heard the High Representative telling us about this in this plenary. We all know that we are confronted with a number of interstate conflicts, also in our immediate neighbourhood, with terrorism, failed states, cyber attacks and hybrid warfare.
The European Union has a growing responsibility to safeguard its own security, while, on the other hand, defending its interests and values in the world. The time indeed has come for the EU to take its destiny into its own hands and embrace its role as a fully-fledged sovereign, political and economic power in international relations. We must continue to promote our European values while staying committed to multilateralism, a rule-based international order and economic cooperation.
The first aspect is the so-called integrated approach to external conflicts and crisis as a framework for a more coherent and holistic engagement by the EU. The European Union is a major player when it comes to diplomacy, trade, development cooperation, humanitarian aid and — step-by-step — also in the field of security and defence. However, our Union should act strategically by using its wide array of policies and instruments to respond to the challenges in our direct neighbourhood and beyond.
As a Union, I believe we should be able to reach positions by qualified majority voting in the Council; the need for unanimity keeps us from being able to act credibly on the global stage. Would this entail amendments to the Treaty? I believe not, because Article 31 already allows the European Council to determine which decisions may in the future be taken by a qualified majority. Soft power and institution- building alone cannot be sufficient to exert influence in a world where power politics is increasingly significant. Looking to the left of the plenary, becoming a credible hard power does not mean militarising the European Union; we should rather become more autonomous and live up to our global responsibilities.
Moreover, the European Commission has proposed an EUR 13 billion European Defence Fund for the years to to increase our strategic autonomy, to bolster our ability to protect our citizens and to make the EU a stronger global actor. Finally, I would like to thank my shadow rapporteurs for their good and fruitful cooperation. It was, and is a pleasure, to witness that at least the larger political groups in this House act in concert towards a stronger Common Foreign and Security Policy of our Union. The post—Second World War order is ending. We are confronted with systemic challenges in which multilateralism stands to be substituted by unilateralism, free trade by protectionism and solidarity by self-interest, and the problem is that the kind of global challenges we stand confronted with require global answers, which are difficult to get in an increasingly fragmented international system.
The report starts with an analysis of the strategic environment and underlines the importance of the transatlantic bond. We also mention the recent activities and policies of Russia, which have reduced stability and changed the security environment. In all this picture, common security and defence policy is one of the useful tools for addressing many of these challenges. It would be used more efficiently and in coherence with other external and internal instruments.
The security of EU Member States is deeply interconnected, and the need for cooperation — although recognised — requires more to be done in that the respect. This will require also the development of a well—defined overarching strategic approach to European defence, and here we reiterate our call for an EU security and defence white book.
With respect to the capabilities of the Union, we underline — like our colleagues — that the EU needs to apply the entire toolbox of available policy instruments from soft to hard power and from short-term measures to long—term policies, developing the necessary civilian and military capabilities as outlined in the global strategy. We consider that the EU Member States must endeavour to improve military capabilities to cover the full spectrum of land, air, space, maritime and cyber capabilities, including strategic enablers to make the EU CSDP a credible force.
In this respect, we recognise the strategic dimension of the space sector, and we encourage movement in that respect. I would conclude by saying that we support the array of missions which are undertaken already and we also ask for a parliamentary oversight of an increasing attention paid to security and defence. Looking at your reports, I see very clearly a shared understanding of our world and of our joint place in this world as Europeans.
We all agree that no single European country can respond effectively to any of the challenges of our times and that we, the European Union, have a responsibility to embrace our role as a global power, working together for peace, security and human development worldwide, and in some cases even filling a gap. And yet, we also have an interest in doing so, because together we have unparalleled leverage in shaping global rules, peace processes or trade agreements. Let me say this very clearly: I believe there is no contradiction at all between European interests and national interests, in particular in this field.
The European Union is the most powerful instrument we have, as Europeans, to serve our national interests on the global scene. None of our Member States is big enough in the world of today to pursue their own national interests all alone, and this is why some in the world might cherish divisions among us. It might be in their interest, but never in ours.
If you have not killed at least one German a day, you have wasted that day [ If you cannot kill a German with a bullet, then kill him with your bayonet. If your part of the front is quiet and there is no fighting, then kill a German in the meantime [ If you have already killed a German, then kill another one — there is nothing more amusing to us than a heap of German corpses. Don't count the days, don't count the kilometers.
Count only one thing: the number of Germans you have killed. Kill the Germans! From eight to eighty, healthy or ill, indoors or out, in fields, on sidewalks, against walls, the spiritual massacre of German women continued unabated. Women who tried to resist were brutally tortured to death. There was no mercy. They were shouting and laughing and waiting for their satisfaction over her dead body. They are more than happy to accommodate nearly every demand drafted up by this "Man of Steel. To achieve this end there are no lengths of violence to which we will not go.
Until now, no one dug too deeply […]. Witnesses and survivors have been interviewed by the author; one Allied officer compared the American camps to Buchenwald. Literary quotes Twenty-two Hoeringstrasse. It's not been burned, just looted, rifled. A moaning by the walls, half muffled: the mother's wounded, half alive.
How many have been on it A platoon, a company perhaps? It's all come down to simple phrases: Do not forget! Do not forgive! Blood for blood! A tooth for a tooth! For three weeks the war had been going on inside Germany, and all of us knew very well that if the girls were German they could be raped and then shot. This was almost a combat distinction.
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Soviet and Russian historian, imprisoned in the Soviet gulag, dramatist, novelist, Nobel laureate in literature, , cited in: Ethnic Cleansing after WW2 , referencing Sir Victor Gollancz British publisher, humanitarian, Our Threatened Values , Victor Gollancz, 1st edition But portraying the dispossession of Palestine as the fulfillment of a divine Christian scheme was priceless for galvanizing global Christian support behind Zionism.
This trend has become so significant that it seems that Israeli policy today relies more on Christian Zionists than on loyal Jews. Most Zionists don't believe that God exists but they do believe that he promised them Palestine. The divergences caused by the "agentur" agents of the Illuminati between the British and Germanic Empires will be used to foment this war. At the end of the war, Communism will be built and used in order to destroy the other governments and in order to weaken the religions. The Second World War must be fomented by taking advantage of the differences between the Fascists and the political Zionists.
This war must be brought about so that Nazism is destroyed and that the political Zionism be strong enough to institute a sovereign state of Israel in Palestine. During the Second World War, International Communism must become strong enough in order to balance Christendom, which would be then restrained and held in check until the time when we would need it for the final social cataclysm.
The Third World War must be fomented by taking advantage of the differences caused by the "agentur" of the "Illuminati" between the political Zionists and the leaders of Islamic World. The war must be conducted in such a way that Islam [the Muslim Arabic World] and political Zionism [the State of Israel] mutually destroy each other. Meanwhile, the other nations The United States and Western Europe , once more divided on this issue will be constrained to fight to the point of complete physical, moral, spiritual and economical exhaustion […] We shall unleash the Nihilists and the Atheists [Secular-progressive Left], and we shall provoke a formidable social cataclysm which in all its horror will show clearly to the nations the effect of absolute atheism, the origin of savagery and of the most bloody turmoil.
Then everywhere, the citizens [Conservative right-wing Christians], obliged to defend themselves against the world minority of revolutionaries, will exterminate those destroyers of civilization, and the multitude, disillusioned with Christianity, whose deistic spirits will from that moment be without compass or direction, anxious for an ideal, but without knowing where to render its adoration, will receive the true light through the universal manifestation of the pure doctrine of Lucifer , brought finally out in the public view.
This manifestation will result from the general reactionary movement which will follow the destruction of Christianity and Atheism, both conquered and exterminated at the same time. Blueprint of the 3rd world war outlined by Albert Pike US American attorney, Confederate officer, 33rd degree Freemason, writer, letter to his friend Giuseppe Mazzini Italian politician, activist for the unification of Italy, spearhead of the Italian revolutionary movement, journalist, October The former Pentagon general [Barnett] has developed the theory of the 'Five Flows of Globalisation' — five flows which must come about if US Zionist imperialism is to dominate the world.
These involve the free flow of money, security, food, energy and people. The 'free flows' theory means breaking down nation-state structures, thus freeing up resources for pillage by US multinational corporations. The inundation of Europe with immigrants from the Southern Hemisphere is a key feature of Barnett's geo-strategic thinking. That is why it would be wrong to see the immigrant crisis from Libya and Syria as an unintended consequence of NATO policy as some form of unforeseen blowback. The migrants cannot possibly integrate in German society if the German economy does not integrate with Eurasia, as Germany will have no viable market for its exports.
Article featuring Thomas P. Vaccines contain cancer viruses. ATM machines will someday use facial recognition technology. The U. Someday scientists will be using millions of genetically-modified animals in scientific experiments. Scientists all over the world are creating extremely bizarre human-animal hybrids. Obama is making government employees spy on one another. Pro wrestling is fake. Someday Texas is going to run out of water. The IRS is specifically targeting conservatives. Fluoride is harmful for human teeth and health. Using a cell phone can cause cancer.
Prescription drugs kill large numbers of Americans. The elite want to dramatically reduce the global population. Innocent people are murdered, skinned and dismembered during satanic rituals. The NSA is spying on citizens' phone calls, Internet searches and financial transactions.
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The Federal Reserve is a perpetual debt machine that is designed to create inflation. Lay, Skilling guilty on nearly all counts , Philippe Grandjean, M. Landrigan, M. February , Review volume 13, issue 3 1. Flower-pattern tile , Iznik, Turkey, Louvre, Paris, 2nd half of 16th century. Level 2 Non-elite individuals and small groups of collaborators who share images and generally operate in fear of the law. Busted when found. Level 3 Managers of web sites who serve tens of thousands worldwide, whose pedophile tendencies are nurtured and inflamed by the web. Level 4 Voyeurs of pedophile imagery , including snuff films, who do not cross the line into direct physical contact with children.
Level 5 YouTube [and other social media sites] is clearly collaborating with the elite pedophile network. The conspiracy of silence among MSM is criminal in its nature. That's to be expected from those who live in middle-class cocoons. The real difficulty is in examining and sharing information on practices that are unarguably loathsome, depraved, vile, degenerate and in essence evil, and done by people we look upon as our highest and most respectable leaders. It's easy to accuse someone of evil, and it is insufficient by itself to do so. One has to provide evidence , and providing evidence entails describing something ineffably malign and almost unutterable in its horror — that's hard to do, by comparison, because except for those with a strong appetite or attraction to very, very dark things , a minority, no one else, understandably, wants to look at such things.
People flee from what repels them , and what is more repellent than pederasts, especially those who have great power and privilege? Psycho-electronic weapon effects, raven1. Schmid, 1. Norman G. Angriff auf den Globus , Knaur Taschenbuch, Originalausgabe 1. August Prof. Auflage 1. Auflage November Andreas Anton, M. Walter, Herausgeber, Konspiration.
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July Naomi Klein , who supports an economic and cultural boycott of Israel as pressure to end the occupation in the territories, thought long and hard about publishing her book in Hebrew, as well as visiting Israel. April The obsessive invocation of the cabalistic fable of "6,, dead or dying Jews" dates back at least four decades prior to the events of WWII. Article by Charles Eisenstein, Ph. Hanzei, May In Monsanto Company , termed "the most evil company" , was founded by John Francis Queeny , a thirty year pharmaceutical veteran and a member of the Knights of Malta. Article New studies: 'Conspiracy theorists' sane; government dupes crazy, hostile , presented by the US American independent media Veterans Today , Dr.
October Article Can banks individually create money out of nothing? September Article The conspiracy theory label: Not as powerful as you might think , presented by conspiracypsychology. March Population control via chemically-induced sterility and morbidity over the course of a lifetime through the adulteration of the basic elements of life with endocrine disruptors is being phased out as more ambitious depopulation targets via vaccine-induced apoptosis through mandatory immunization programmes are being phased in.
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I want to change that. Minute Video presentation by Jim Marrs jimmarrs. July , YouTube film, duration, posted Janurary Video presentation by Jim Marrs jimmarrs. Audios and videos featuring Simon Parkes simonparkes. Educational video documentary by Kevin Mugur Galalae, B. May Sinister chemical and biological methods are covertly used by the depopulation lobby to undermine human fertility.
Psychosocial and economic methods are imposed on the world's people to subvert the family structure. By this double pronged approach the global population is being forced into an unnatural process of decline with dire consequences on human health and irreversible damage to the intellectual and genetic endowment of humanity. The Jesuits! May The terrible truth about the rape, torture, slavery, and mass murder inflicted upon the German people by the Allied victors of World Word II.
Anhand der Skala des Bewusstseins Gradeinteilung von , erarbeitet von Dr. David R. Quelle engl. Letzte Bearbeitung: Operation Northwood. Operation Fast and Furious. Drogenhandel der CIA. Im Rahmen der Tagung des Menschenrechtskommitees der Vereinten Nationen Referenz : de. Cook died in at age 59 four weeks after having exposed propagandized state terrorism. Reference : en. Factual "conspiracies". July Levels of pedophilia. Elites physically abusing and killing children , deeply organized, children delivered on demand, with law enforcement complicity including the drawing of wards of the state into the child slave pool managed for the pleasure of the elites.
Non-elite individuals and small groups of collaborators who share images and generally operate in fear of the law. Managers of web sites who serve tens of thousands worldwide, whose pedophile tendencies are nurtured and inflamed by the web. Voyeurs of pedophile imagery , including snuff films, who do not cross the line into direct physical contact with children.
YouTube [and other social media sites] is clearly collaborating with the elite pedophile network. Conspiracy of silence and disgust A big problem in sharing even excellent, well-sourced information on the theme of pedophiles occupying the highest ranks of organizations, whether they be corporate, governmental or even religious, is not the sense of incredulity such information usually provokes in typically asleep middle-class readers who have lived relatively protected, cocooned existences oblivious to the innumerable black undersides of what some call reality.
NOTE: Mainstream science and media will fiercely debate most of these weapons as conspiracy theories. A Nation on Trial. The Goldhagen Thesis and Historical Truth. The Holocaust Industry. Reflections on the Exploitation of Jewish Suffering. Beyond Chutzpah. Truth and Consequences of the Gaza Invasion. Knowing Too Much. Method and Madness.
Chemical and Biological Depopulation. Killing Us Softly. The Global Depopulation Policy. The Future of Global Governance. Peace Without Poison. Volume One. The page book offers scientific evidence that covert depopulation social engineering is ongoing on behalf of economic growth affluence in nearly every country on earth since The international framework for peace is based on genocide. Volume Two. Volume Three. Surviving Depop. The Dying God. Free PDF version iUniverse. Notwithstanding the biases of how Western history is taught, there is a hidden tradition that began not in Greece, but in Babylon in the sixth century BC.
It transformed not only Greek philosophy , Christianity, and Islam, but shaped the Renaissance and modern Europe. The ancient worship of a dying god was assimilated to astrology and magic, a cult known to the ancient world as that of the Chaldean Magi. The adoption of Magian beliefs among the Greeks led there to the emergence of the cult of Orphism , and the philosophy of its greatest exponent, Pythagoras , and through him, Plato. The continuing influence of these traditions led to the Renaissance and the progress of " rationalism " along with the rediscovery of Neoplatonism and Hermeticism, perpetuated by the Rosicrucians based on Isaac Luria 's version of Kabbalah , the Freemasons , and during the Enlightenment influenced the formation of Aryan race theory.
Terrorism and the Illuminati. A Three Thousand Year History. Sinister relationship between Islamic terrorism and occult secret societies, dating back centuries. The highest order of Western occultism, Scottish Rite Freemasonry , traces its descent to the heretical of the Ismaili Muslims of Egypt , known as the Assassins. During the Crusades , European knights derived from them an ancient occult tradition with its roots in Babylon of the sixth century BC, known as Kabbalah. With Napoleon's conquest of Egypt, the Freemasons reconnected with their brethren in Egypt, sparking a relationship that was pivotal to the development of the Occult Revival of the late nineteenth century.
It produced the Salafi reform movement of Islam , since promoted by Saudi Arabia, and the Nazis of Europe, who collaborated to found the Muslim Brotherhood , that collective of Islamic terrorists who have been serving the New World Order plot ever since.
Islam, Fascism and the New Age. Ignorant of the histories of the rest of the world, only the accomplishments of Greece, Rome and Europe, Westerners have been stressed to represent the most superior examples of civilization. The Western value system stems from a misconception that, as in nature, human society too is evolving.
The idea derives from the hidden influence of secret societies , who followed the belief in spiritual evolution of the Kabbalah , which taught that history would attain its fulfillment when man would become God. The History of a Dangerous Idea. Transhumanism is a recent movement that extols man's right to shape his own evolution, by maximizing the use of scientific technologies, to enhance human physical and intellectual potential.
While the name is new, the idea has long been a popular theme of science fiction, featured in such films as A Space Odyssey , Blade Runner , the Terminator series, The Matrix , Limitless , Her and Transcendence. However, as its adherents hint at in their own publications, transhumanism is an occult project, rooted in Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry, and derived from the Kabbalah , which asserts that humanity is evolving intellectually, towards a point in time when man will become God.
Modeled on the medieval legend of the Golem and Frankenstein , they believe man will be able to create life itself, in the form of living machines, or artificial intelligence. MK-Ultra promoted the "mind-expanding" potential of psychedelic drugs, to shape the counterculture of the s, based on the notion that the shamans of ancient times used psychoactive substances, equated with the "apple" of the Tree of Knowledge.
As revealed in the movie Lucy , through the use of "smart drugs," and what transhumanists call "mind uploading," man will be able to merge with the Internet , which is envisioned as the end-point of Kabbalistic evolution, the formation of a collective consciousness, or Global Brain. That awaited moment is what Ray Kurzweil , a director of engineering at Google, refers to as The Singularly. By accumulating the total of human knowledge, and providing access to every aspect of human activity, the Internet will supposedly achieve omniscience, becoming the "God" of occultism, or the Masonic All-Seeing Eye of the reverse side of the American dollar bill.
Rule by Secrecy. Inside Job. The Rise of the Fourth Reich. The Trillion-Dollar Conspiracy. Our Occulted History. Population Control. Historische Wahrheiten Dr Daniele Ganser. Die Wahrheit. Wie funktioniert Propaganda? Gefilmt 7. Februar Was ist Staatsterrorismus? Schweizer Web-Fernsehsender Alpenparlament. TV , Gastgeber Prof.
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