The Tainted Source: The Undemocratic Origins of the European Idea Paperback – 2 Apr 1998
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Cannot be ignored by anyone who holds strong opinions on the future of Europe (Anne Applebaum, EVENING STANDARD)
Original and challenging (Max Beloff, TLS)
* Subtitled 'The Undemocratic Origins of the European Idea', a powerfully revisionist analysis of the European Union.See all Product Description
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The Tainted Source graphically demonstrates that the political, social and even intellectual freedom of all citizens of the EU are today in dire peril because of the dark and secret political agenda of a German-inspired, EU ambition to break the commercial power and world influence of, principally, the United States; but also any other liberal, freedom-loving nation-state, especially those current and former peoples of the British Commonwealth.
This well kept secret ambition towards a German-orchestrated EU Superstate has been fully supported every step of the way by France, who hopes to share power at any ultimate, world decision-making table. We are shown, that in order to realise this, the EU has, and will continue, to absorb most European nations into its sinister orbit; even having firm plans (already in motion) to closely affiliate itself with Russia, as it attempts to dominate international politics and commerce for all time. Simultaneously, the EU is actively attempting to suppress freedom of intellectual thought and choice within its expanded 'new imperial' frontiers, by spinning a powerful and consistent web of lies and deceit designed to mask the EU's true ambition and also to allay most suspicions until it is too late for any individual nation to offer a legitimate democratic resistance to this age-old Teutonic ambition!Read more ›
As Britain now nears a very critical 2015 British general election Laughland's book, if widely read, would be extremely beneficial to UKIP and all who appreciate the honest and long-standing democratic and social freedoms from which the British people have extracted much strength and encouragement. History has shown that we have thrived as a creative, exploratory and embracing race within a wider world largely because of these freedoms of thought and deed and the confidence that will ever be freedom's child. The Tainted Source encapsulates and defends this forgotten truism.
If you truly love the free will that God gave you use to think, speak, act and live out your lives, without fear of tangible interference from the malevolent thoughts, wants and needs of the corrupt and fraudulent EU beast power that has now most definitely risen in Europe, then you must digest this brilliant and highly readable account.
John Laughland makes clear in his exhaustively researched volume the dark, warped, bitter and envious origins of today's European Union, even despite its rather ineffectual and muddled look today. He also hints at its future political and social intentions, which, by definition, simply cannot be as honourable as EU apologists maintain.Read more ›
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John Laughland's book deserves wide reading. The European project's antecedents go back centuries, but in our times, was revitalised by the disaster of the first world war, the... Read morePublished 15 months ago by jonathan story
Laughland traces the origins of the Euoropean Union back to the ideas of Germans Arthur Seyss Inquart and Walter Funk 1942. Read morePublished on 9 Jun. 2013 by William B
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