Just a thought: about a united Europe
by, 11-05-2010 at 01:36 AM (1523 Views)
[FONT="Tahoma"]And so the story unfolds. With a right-wing political victory in both the Netherlands and the United States and in both cases We the People will not reap the benefits as they will go to Big Business or the Damrak or Wallstreet. The crisis is far from over with millions of unemployed throughout Europe.
So here we are with a severe hangover after being drunk on liberalism and judeo-american capitalism, drunk on the multicultural society and other hideous idiocy's and a cool glass of water is appearantly nowhere to be seen. The left is no option either as they are just as bad as the right is.
So where to go from here ? The irony is that sometimes unity is better then division. We need a Europe-wide offensive to reclaim what was ours: our heritage, our social rights, we want our money back that was stolen from us by big business and our pensions and welfare checks restored as we don't want to be left behind now that they are moving our jobs either to the Eastern Block or to some low- wage hellhole abroad with millions of Eastern Europeans and non-Europeans coming in and taking away the jobs we have on the cheap.
So who to turn too ? Queens and Kings ? Powerful leaders ? Not really as they too are in league with judeo-american capitalism and the immigrants they brought in.
No, my fellow Europeans, we have to do it ourselves whether we like it or not: we ourselves will have to roll up our sleeves and form movements to take back Europe and also try to stay clear of any foreign investment because that's dirty money as one could have seen in the Tea Party in America.
And yes.. we may not like it but our destiny is in a United Europe because even the bigger countries in Europe (Russia excluded) are too small to stand alone against the onslaught. And we could actually take over some of the ideas of our enemy, including their symbol (the European flag and anthem) and use it as our own so we could be seen as a kind of patriotic movement.
And no. The current European Union is a judeo-capitalistic New World Order bullwark but that doesn't mean that European unification in itself is wrong: quite the contrary even. As it will make sure that we will never go to war with another again. We being the minority in this world simply can't afford the luxury of killing one another as two World Wars have shown - much to our horror.
What Europe needs is a European confederation or community from the ground up - a gradual process of unification where each nation can upholds it's customs and traditions (including a purged monarchy in some countries !) and still be a member of the big community.
A home where the rule of law applies to all.. where one, unlike in America, is not destined to be forced to work 80 hours for little pay or to see it's hours slashed just so the boss doesn't have to pay for health care.
It will be a Europe that should be a good home for Europeans, regardless of whether you are from Ireland, the Netherlands or Greece. Whether you were born in Bucharest or Stockholm. Regardless of whether you are young or old. And no such change will come overnight but it will be a long of gradual process of saving up and harmonizing laws. This could take up to half a century or even more.
Each nation should commit itself to having an open democratic process (not democrazy but [B]democracy[/B]) fair labour regulations and a functioning welfare state (including free healthcare and free tuition) - and of course transparency in it's form of government.
Some of the other ideas on how to realize a United Europe and some possible policies can be found [URL="http://www.theapricity.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20155&highlight=european+community"]here[/URL], [URL="http://www.theapricity.com/forum/showpost.php?p=269254&postcount=5"]here[/URL], [URL="http://www.theapricity.com/forum/showpost.php?p=269322&postcount=7"]here[/URL], [URL="http://www.theapricity.com/forum/showpost.php?p=292274&postcount=49"]here[/URL] and [URL="http://www.theapricity.com/forum/showthread.php?t=17895&highlight=european+standards"]here[/URL].
More follows later.[/FONT]
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