Lunacy. EU’s Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt openly calls for a world order of empires

by Gruffydd Meredith

Guy Verhofstadt, recently gave a speech at the Liberal Democrats conference in Bournemouth, England, which launched into an incredible rant openly calling for a new world order made out of super empires.

Verhofstadt, European Parliament’s representative in the Brexit negotiations, left little to the imagination as he railed against the nation state and for a world order based on empires.

“The world of tomorrow is not a world order based on nation states or countries. It is a world order that is based on empires. China, is not a nation, it’s a civilisation. India… is not a nation… The US is also an empire, more than a nation… And then finally the Russian federation.

The world of tomorrow is a world of empires in which we Europeans, and you British, can only defend your interests, your way of life, by doing it together, in a European framework and in the European Union.”

Even more worrying is that the Liberal Democrat members in the audience, like clapping seals, applauded these very illliberal and undemocratic sentiments.


This is more blatant demonstration of the anti nationism, imperialistic, world order intentions of the EU as part of a globalist world order. It is, without much doubt, an agenda now out in plain sight for all to see.

This frenzied swivel eyed rhetoric, as seen and heard from the numerous main players and their cohorts at the EU and elsewhere for many years, should surely convince all Welsh and other patriots that the EU does not have the people’s best interests at heart. At all. This much needed questioning should also of course apply to any self styled nationalist political party, whichever country they claim to represent.

But even the idea of a world of competing blocks or empires is probably a red herring and a dated ideal for many of the world’s elite by now. As is being increasingly discussed by well informed people of all political persuasions – if they get their way, the ultimate aim of these globalists and their enablers is likely to be to try and get a technocratic, centralised world state in place – with one military order, one set of despotic laws and one global cashless currency in place.

With such blatant anti nationism and anti sovereignty sentiment now been openly spouted by high ranking EU officials, how anyone seeing themselves as a liberal/patriot/sane person can continue to support this alarming open agenda of the EU is baffling.









  1. In some senses Guy is right. We are living in a world of competing blocks. (Perhaps ‘Empires is too grandiose a word.) And he is enticing his audience to be caught up in this world of giant threats and giant plans to prevail. The allure of ‘Empire’. Here in Wales we just watch empires come and go through the centuries. Think we should get out of what’s left of the British Empire and refrain from getting sucked into this new one. That’s my two bits.

    1. Those sound like sensible two bits. The idea of a world of competing blocks or empires is probably a red herring and a means to an end though – the ultimate aim of these crackpots, if they get their way, is likely to be to try and get a technocratic, centralised world state

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