‘Subtle’ Hitlerian Control: Forcing EU Nations Into Obedience

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 13:12 PM
November 21, 2013

EU-Key    Those who predicted that the European Union would never be unified because its individual nations had no binding relationship other than the common ‘euro’ may be wrong.  EU bureaucrats constantly provide ‘Hitlerian’ regulations inevitably ‘glueing’ the 28 nations into a resented, but ‘forcibly cohesive’ union.

Examples are EU farm regulations.  As Soeren Kern discusses regulations on cucumbers in ‘EU Regulations: ‘Dictatorship of the Bureaucrats’?’: “European Commission Regulation No. 1677/88, ‘Class I’ and ‘Extra class’ cucumbers are allowed a bend of 10mm per 10cm of length.  ‘Class II’ cucumbers can bend twice as much. Any cucumbers that are curvier may not be bought or sold.” Comical!

Yet the law on bananas is more hilarious.  Known as ‘the bendy banana law,’ European Commission Regulation No. 2257/94 insists that all bananas in the EU market place must be “free from malformation or abnormal curvature.”  Bananas are then divided into categories from those of superb quality to lower class fruits that are thin, bent out of shapebanana_eu_2004 and “perpendicularly to the longitudinal axis.”

But Ben Gabel, Director of Real Seed Catalogue in the United Kingdom complains:  “This is an instance of bureaucracy out of control. All this new law does is create a raft of civil servants being paid to move mountains of papers round all day, while interfering with the right of people to grow what they want, and charging fees for the use of plants that were domesticated and bred by the public over thousands of years of small-scale agriculture.”

Kern writes further:  “European bureaucrats have also imposed bans or restrictions on thousands of other consumer products, including clothes dryers, cosmetics, cucumbers, fruit jam, laptop computers, laundry detergents, light bulbs, olive oil, plastic bags, refrigerators, shower heads, television sets, tobacco, toilets, toys, urinals and wine cooling cabinets.”

Some of these new EU regulations are supposedly for better energy efficiency––i.e. redesigned light bulbs, vacuum cleaners, and heating units––others are said to be for health purposes––i.e. candy cigarettes, etc.  For instance, a new directive, the ‘Plant Reproductive Material Law,’ may make it illegal:

“. . . to grow, reproduce or trade any vegetable seeds that have not been tested, approved and accepted” by a new bureaucratic entity called the EU Plant Variety Agency.  Even people with home-grown gardens must comply.

Hitler’s autocratic rule came on Germany in carefully planned, slyly crafted stages, during which most Germans were unaware that their nation had moved from an elected democracy to a cruel dictatorship.  Rulers of some EU nations––especially the UK––are beginning to recognize the mess they have gotten themselves into, but most are too indebted to Germany to get out.

As The LORD Jesus Christ explains in Bible Historical Books, it is best to confront the enemy as soon as he is recognized, before it is too late:  “Agree with thine adversary quickly, whiles thou art in the way with him; lest at any time the adversary deliver thee to the judge, and the judge deliver thee to the officer, and thou be cast into prison (Matthew 5: 25).”  Overbearing regulations about cucumbers and bananas may be funny, but they may eventually lead to WWIII.

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