New EU - Irish Amendment Bill for the EU Lisbon Treaty (video) *
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Anthony Coughlan (National Platform - EU Research and Information Centre) discusses how the Irish Amendment Bill for the Lisbon Treaty that will be voted on in June states clear as day that it will end the Irish constitution and we will be entering a new EU established by the Lisbon Treaty. Anthony Coughlan also highlights that Irish Laws of the Irish Constitution are powerless against EU laws, and how the Lisbon Treaty will be grabbing more areas of these powers. The word communities is also being drop making way for the create of the new EU which would have the legal personality of a federal state similar to the U.S.A.
28th Amendment of the Constitution Bill, 2008
“The State may ratify the Treaty of Lisbon signed at Lisbon on the 13th day of December 2007, and may be a member of the European Union established by virtue of that Treaty.
“No provision of this [Irish] Constitution invalidates laws enacted, acts done or measures adopted by the State that are necessitated by membership of the European Union, or prevents laws enacted, acts done or measures adopted by the said European Union or by institutions thereof, or by bodies competent under the treaties referred to in this section, from having the force of law in the State [Ireland].” [Emphasis Mine]
A youtube commenter named Fergalmdaly left the following question:
I am voting “No” but I have a problem with this video. The Irish constitution already contains that exact phrase with regard in relation to the Maastricht treaty (Article 29.4.1, search for “Bunreacht” on Google).
Do you not know this or are you just deliberately ignoring it?
The response was:
Fergalmdaly, great question! Obviously you are not talking about the phrase by which a new European Union will be established by the Lisbon Treaty, but the phrase: “no provisions of the Irish Constitution can prevent…” (29.4.10). It is not the exact phrase, there is one major change, the word communities is being dropped. (29.4.4) Maastricht (1992) refers to a European Union Treaty which is defined as a community even if they call it by another name. The new EU established by the Lisbon treaty drops the community status and replaces it with a real EU state, giving it legal personality and making it superior. The new EU will be drastically different than the EU community we are living under now. The art of deception is being played on us by the EU elite.