Monday 28 December 2015

The future of Europe


The policies which the European countries undertook clearly backfired, and now the ‘revenge’ will take place.

27 December, 2015

Written by Viktor Stoilov exclusively for SouthFront

Migration flow, economic and political crisis, high-risk of terrorism and anything but unity or sovereignty – this is what Europe is dealing with right now.
While we can spend hours and hours talking about what could be done about all of these problems, we rarely, if at all, ask ourselves who created them. It’s safe to say that all of these problems are actually consequences, yes, consequences, because none of them are anywhere near the root cause of the problem.
As the sociologist Ivo Hristov stated, “Europe will be in flames!”
First, the European states participated in the Arab Spring, brining chaos in Northern Africa and the Middle East and then actively supported ‘operation Ukraine’ – both geopolitical projects of a country which has no interests in having a strong Europe. Furthermore, the EU and some of the puppies around it showed that they are 100% dependent and don’t make any sovereign decisions. The sanctions against Russia were deleterious for the EU states. All the connections which were built in the past years were destroyed. The main target was the Russo-German relationship which was the biggest threat for the United States.
The heart of Europe (Germany) proved to be politically dependent. That’s not a surprising fact. Nobody has canceled the results from WWII. Germany is a defeated and occupied country. If that seems strange to you just look at the US, British and French military bases throughout Germany with more than 50,000 soldiers stationed there. Moreover, recently the US placed its newest nuclear weapons ‘B 61-12’ in the German airbase in B├╝chel.
The US had something to fear.

Russia was showing ‘troubling’ signs of emancipation, and with the growth of their relations with Germany and China, the US saw that not only that the world was not unipolar anymore, but the US could become a ‘useless’ country. Let’s make the equation: Russian commodities + German technologies + Chinese money = growth
Where is the US? The answer is that nobody needs them. That’s why we saw ‘operation Ukraine’, where the relations between Russia and Germany were broken. Nonetheless, the ideas of a growing Eurasian Union became history. The German economic interests are in the East, but are politically controlled by the West – a bona-fide cul-de-sac.
In order to keep the Germans satisfied, the US decided to make Germany the ‘boss’ of Europe. It’s pretty simple: “We (the USA) control you (Germany), you become the biggest power in Europe, and the driving force of the EU, and you’ll do whatever you want with the little EU states (Greece).”
What about the refugees/immigrants?

The immigration flow is probably going to be the Trojan horse of Europe. 4 million people are located in camps in Turkey. Erdogan is trying to racketeer Europe and make them hostages. The results are that the EU will give 3 billion euros to Turkey to stop the immigration flow. And for the people who are saying that ‘we should help the poor Syrian people’, the people coming in Europe are not from Syria or at least not the majority of them. The majority of people are from Sudan, Afghanistan, Eritrea, Iran etc. Most of them are uneducated, with no qualifications, and cannot even write in their native Arabic.
80% of the immigrants are men between 20 and 40 years old, in other words, people in military age. It’s not by chance that most of them go through the same route – Greece-Macedonia-Serbia-Croatia-Slovakia-Austria-Germany. It’s obvious that everything is well-planned and coordinated by someone who has interests in weakening Europe.
The European states are doing little if any to cope with this problem. The existing migrants in Europe have already cause chaos to the institutions, but what if Turkey sends the other 4 million towards Germany whom according to the UN conventions will have the right to bring their relatives with them, totaling a much larger number of people – that would be the end of Europe.
What’s next?

Most of the realistic scenarios are not forecasting a bright future for Europe. While we can say that Europe needs a change, governments making sovereign decisions while defending their interests, reforms etc. Sounds easy, but it isn’t. Even when there were signs that some change was going to happen, everything was shut down. Let’s take the example with the latest elections in France. The National Front of Marine Le Pen was leading in the first round of the elections way ahead of the other parties. When the results of the first round were announced, a massive propaganda campaign was launched against Le Pen and her party. As a result, the National Front didn’t win in any of the regions.
Every attempt to change the status quo and the destiny of Europe will be crushed into pieces.

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