The EU is fast tracking an EU Superstate document ruling which will change Europe forever.
The proposals mean individual members of a superstate would have no right to their own army; to a separate criminal code or a separate tax system, and would not have their own currency.
In addition, member states will lose control over their own borders and procedures for admitting and relocating refugees.
If Britain had voted to stay in the EU on June 23, the UK would have probably been forced to do the same no doubt.
The document signed last September in Rome by the speakers of the national parliaments in Germany, France, Italy and Luxembourg says that ‘concrete proposals’ to deepen EU integration towards a ‘federal union of states’ will be implemented next month.
This would mean there will be no individual nation states in the EU after the ruling is brought into effect and all member states will be forced into it.