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Schengen Agreement on the Verge of Extinction


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Schengen Agreement on the Verge of Extinction

Post by Lobo on Sun 06 Dec 2015, 12:26 pm

Schengen Agreement on the Verge of Extinction

Posted on December 6, 2015 by Martin Armstrong

We warned last February that the cornerstone of the EU was to be the freedom of movement to create the United States of Europe would collapse. This effort became known as the Schengen Agreement to the create a borderless Europe which was signed on June 14th, 1985 (1985.452) between five of the then ten member states of the EU. We warned that the Schengen Agreement would begin to come under attack with 2015.75 and the risk of it becoming overthrown would come 2016.867 or November 12th, 2016.  What is amazing is that this target was generated before the Refugee Crisis. This is extremely fascinating to observe how events unfold in line with the cyclical targets. This target was Pi – 31.415 years from the signing. The 2015.75 target was the peak in government.
Now, documents have been leaked which state that the free travel right of the Schengen zone could be suspended for two years under emergency plans to deal with the migrant crisis. This is right on target. The interesting aspect are the implications for Europe in the future for the model warns that a two year suspension is more likely than not to be its extinction.
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