"In 1992, Bukovksy had unprecedented access to Politburo and other Soviet secret documents. According to him, some of these documents "show very clearly" that the idea of turning the European common market into a federal state was encouraged in agreements between the left-wing parties of Europe and Moscow as a joint project which Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev in 1988-89 called our "common European home" "Of course, it is a milder version of the Soviet Union. I am not saying that it has a Gulag."
"The idea was very simple. It first came up in 1985-86, when the Italian Communists visited Gorbachev, followed by the German Social-Democrats. They all complained that the changes in the world, particularly after [British Prime Minister Margaret] Thatcher introduced privatisation and economic liberalisation, were threatening to wipe out the achievement (as they called it) of generations of Socialists and Social-Democrats -- threatening to reverse it completely. Therefore the only way to withstand this onslaught of wild capitalism (as they called it) was to try to introduce the same socialist goals in all countries at once. Prior to that, the left-wing parties and the Soviet Union had opposed European integration very much because they perceived it as a means to block their socialist goals." From 1985 onwards, "the Soviets came to an agreement with the left-wing parties that if they worked together they could hijack the whole European project and turn it upside down. Instead of an open market they would turn it into a federal state."
n January 1989, during a meeting between Gorbachev, former Japanese Prime Minister Nakasone, former French President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, American banker Rockefeller and former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Giscard d'Estaing is supposed to have stated that: "Europe is going to be a federal state and you have to prepare yourself for that. You have to work out with us, and the European leaders, how you would react to that, how would you allow the other Eastern European countries to interact with it or how to become a part of it, you have to be prepared." As Vladimir Bukovksy points out, this was 1989, at a time when the  Maastricht treaty had not even been drafted. "How the hell did Giscard d'Estaing know what was going to happen in 15 years time? And surprise, surprise, how did he become the author of the European constitution [in 2002-03]? It does smell of conspiracy, doesn't it?"
Another former citizen of the USSR, Vilius Brazenas, has noted some of these similarities between EU and Soviet institutions, too. "When former Soviet dictator Mikhail Gorbachev visited Britain in 2000, he accurately described the European Union as 'the new European Soviet.' He said this with obvious approval, since he sees the evolving EU as fulfilling his vision of a 'common European home' stretching 'from the Atlantic to the Urals,' as he described it in his 1987 book Perestroika. Mr. Gorbachev is a lifelong Communist." "It is highly significant that a top-level Marxist-Leninist such as Mikhail Gorbachev could find such affinity with Western leaders about a 'common European home' and then, 13 years later, approvingly note that that common home was moving ever closer to the Soviet model." "Booker and North write that Belgian Prime Minister Paul-Henri Spaak, known in Europe as 'Mr. Socialist,' was responsible for convincing his fellow EU founding fathers that 'the most effective way to disguise their project's political purpose was to conceal it behind a pretense that it was concerned only with economic co-operation, based on dismantling trade barriers: a common market.'""
Read the rest of the article, spread the word and get active in protesting against what is being planned for us - whilst you still can protest. I fear that the end-game is getting closer by the day and that the economic depression, which is still in its early stages, may well the accelerating factor our putative masters use to finally enslave us.