Ferdinando Nelli Feroci, an Italian diplomat who formerly served as a European Commissioner, has argued that—contrary to popular belief—in order to revise the European Union’s system of treaties, just 14 of the 27 European Union member states, a simple majority, would need to support the initiative.
Since its inception one year ago, the Conference on the Future of Europe has been widely regarded as little more than a thinly-veiled attempt by globalist eurocrats to secure additional power over the bloc’s decision-making processes.
Before the final report from the Conference on the Future of Europe is published in the spring, the European Federation hopes to gather citizens from across the EU in Brussels and call for the protection of all human life, beginning at the moment of conception.
How could an ‘innocent’ citizens’ initiative for democracy bring about powers of government that would pose any threat to our freedom? To answer this question, we first need to remember that freedom is not only lost to boots and bayonets. We can, actually, vote away our own freedom. By giving up our rights to government, small slices at a time, we can lose control over our lives just as definitively as if it happened through open oppression.