European Parliament

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Group.png European Parliament   History Commons Powerbase Sourcewatch WikiquoteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Parent organizationEuropean Union
LeaderPresident of the European Parliament
Type• legal
• international
SubpageEuropean Parliament/President

De facto control by the deep state

On November 22, 1990 the European Parliament debated Operation Gladio, producing a strongly worded resolution calling for an investigation. However, this was never followed through. Summarising the procedure, Daniele Ganser writes that "The dog barked loudly, but it did not bite. Of the eight actions requested by the EU parliament not one was carried out satisfactorily. Only Belgium, Italy and Switzerland investigated their secret armies with a parliamentary commission, producing a lengthy and detailed public report."[1]

The European Parliament has been called a turntable for lobbyists and a congress that "dances but does not move".[citation needed]

 

A Quote by European Parliament

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Black site“The European Parliament denounces the lack of co-operation of many member states and of the Council of the European Union with the investigation; Regrets that European countries have been relinquishing control over their airspace and airports by turning a blind eye or admitting flights operated by the CIA which, on some occasions, were being used for illegal transportation of detainees; Calls for the closure of [the US military detention mission in] Guantanamo and for European countries immediately to seek the return of their citizens and residents who are being held illegally by the US authorities; Considers that all European countries should initiate independent investigations into all stopovers by civilian aircraft [hired by] the CIA; Urges that a ban or system of inspections be introduced for all CIA-operated aircraft known to have been involved in extraordinary rendition”2006

 

Related Quotation

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Black site“The European Parliament denounces the lack of co-operation of many member states and of the Council of the European Union with the investigation; Regrets that European countries have been relinquishing control over their airspace and airports by turning a blind eye or admitting flights operated by the CIA which, on some occasions, were being used for illegal transportation of detainees; Calls for the closure of [the US military detention mission in] Guantanamo and for European countries immediately to seek the return of their citizens and residents who are being held illegally by the US authorities; Considers that all European countries should initiate independent investigations into all stopovers by civilian aircraft [hired by] the CIA; Urges that a ban or system of inspections be introduced for all CIA-operated aircraft known to have been involved in extraordinary rendition”European Parliament2006

 

A document sourced from European Parliament

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Speech to the European Parliament by Beatrice Fihn, Executive Director of ICANSpeechDonald Trump
Nuclear weapon
International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons
Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty
Nuclear Posture Review
EU Non-Proliferation Consortium
7 February 2018Beatrice Fihn"Are you going to support the new Trump Nuclear Doctrine? Join the thinking of Russia, North Korea? Cheer on a new nuclear arms race? Or are you going to support the work for the prohibition and the elimination of nuclear weapons? You cannot do both."
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References

  1. Daniele Ganser, pp. 23–24


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