With this tiny half page Enabling Act Hitler was able to ban political parties and seize absolute power. The six EU constitutional treaties, finalized on 1st January 2009 by the 294 page Lisbon Treaty, will hand far more power to unelected EU politicians than did this little Enabling Act. History is repeating itself in Europe, but on a far larger scale. Here’s the Enabling Act in full: Law to Remedy the Distress of the People and the Empire The Reichstag has enacted the following law, which is hereby proclaimed with the assent of the Reichsrat, it having been established that the requirements for a constitutional amendment have been fulfilled:
Article 1 In addition to the procedure prescribed by the constitution, laws of the Reich may also be enacted by the government of the Reich. This includes the laws referred to by Articles 85 Paragraph 2 and Article 87 of the constitution.
Article 2 Laws enacted by the government of the Reich may deviate from the constitution as long as they do not affect the institutions of the Reichstag and the Reichsrat. The rights of the President remain undisturbed.
Article 3 They shall take effect on the day following the announcement, unless they prescribe a different date. Articles 68 to 77 of the Constitution do not apply to laws enacted by the Reich government.
Article 4 Treaties of the Reich with foreign states which affect matters of Reich legislation shall not require the approval of the bodies of the legislature. The government of the Reich shall issue the regulations required for the execution of such treaties.
Article 5 This law takes effect with the day of its proclamation. It loses force on 1 April 1937 or if the present Reich government is replaced by another. END. That’s all it was. The six EU Constitutional treaties confer much greater dictatorial powers, and the EU is more corrupt now than was Hitler’s movement in 1933.
The EU Budget Director, Marta Andreasen was fired for telling the truth, namely that 95% or the EU budget is unaccounted for, and the auditors have refused to sign off its accounts for 13 years. The EU achieves its ends here through our corrupt British politicians and by stealth. The European Court of Justice case 274/99 ruled it was illegal to criticize the EU. That gave the EU a legal case to abolish some of Britain’s parties as soon as they dare. But clause 8A-4 of the Lisbon Treaty makes it quite clear the EU doesn’t want national parties, which the Madrid Party finance conference defined as those with voters in less than ten nations. The Lib-Dem, Labour and Conservative parties have voters in only one nation. The Lisbon Treaty gives the EU more than enough power to close all our British political parties, and it has warned us in advance