Blackstone’s EU Treaties & Legislation 2007-2008 (Blackstone’s Statute)

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  1. Daniel B. Burns "Szabesgoj"
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    The Epitaph of Democracy rather than the Democratic Deficit, March 9, 2008
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    Daniel B. Burns “Szabesgoj” (Krakow, Poland) –
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    This review is from: Blackstone’s EU Treaties & Legislation 2007-2008 (Blackstone’s Statute) (Paperback)

    This book is an excellent example of what has happened to the European Union since its inception after World War II with the creation of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC). Since the United States provided an overall security blanket with the establishment of NATO, the European leaders embarked on a social and economic program that has reduced the democratic institutions of almost all Western European countries to bureaucratic servitude with a commensurate loss of sovereignity for all members of the EU. A totally runaway and lawless bureaucratic monster now resides in Brussels and Strasbourg which churn out an ever increasing complex web of laws, treaties and regulations that has removed the typical citizen from having a voice in their state of affairs. This book carefully outlines the vast treaties and legislation that has buried the European taxpayer under a staggering and crushing bureaucratic burden which has resulted in what has been described as the “Democratic deficit”, but in reality is the Epitaph of Democracy.

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