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Monday, 8 August 2011

House of Lords talk about how the forerunner of the EU was started by ex-Nazis

The following video is based on a speech by Rodney Atkinson at a public meeting at the Houses of Parliament on 26th Feb 2008 - it was updated 2010. However, I must warn you that is is 37 minutes long. Please don't let that put you off as it is most important to watch - save it until you have a spare half an hour or so.

I attended the meeting mentioned--it was held in a committee room in the House of Lords and I listened with total fascination to his story. Three years have gone by and the reason why nobody has tried to deny his story is that he has such a wealth of facts and ammunition to combat any opposition.

The EU is based on the Nazi plans published in Berlin in 1942 “The EU was founded and initially led by “former” Nazis and fascists, as was the Charlemagne prize awarded to Tony Blair, Edward Heath, Roy Jenkins and others for their role in removing democratic sovereignty from the nation states of Europe”.

Rodney Atkinson, actually the brother of "Mr Bean" Rowan Atkinson, is a former adviser to Ministers and an internationally praised author of six books on political economy and the crisis caused by the European superstate. He has broadcast on radio and television in the UK, Germany, Poland, Yugoslavia, Austria and the USA, and his books have been sold in more than 50 countries.

The audio CD of this talk is available, with his books, at: Compuprint Publishing St.Omers House, St.Omers Road, Gateshead NE11 9LE. His websites are at and

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