The most prominent characteristic of the extreme right-wing in Europe is that they are against the present European Union. Moreover, every nation has its own neo-Nazis, and they also don’t want to unite.
This is because they look at the obvious failure of management of the European Union. Ultimately, the more successful nations are forced to pay the general European fund for the less successful nations.
And here the reasons for success and failure are no longer important; what is important is the result: nobody wants the present ongoing politics, including the smaller nations.
For example, at the time of my last visit to the Baltic nations, people were complaining about the closure of factories. They had an excellent dairy industry, but in order to enter the European Union, it was necessary to destroy it and move to imported products.
The same applies to power. If in the past they supplied themselves with electricity, now they are absolutely dependent upon the European energy supplies, for which they still must pay. And these are just two clauses from the list.
Ultimately the Baltic nations were left without industrial production and their standard of living declined. Indeed, they are members of the European Union and their currency is the Euro, but in order to earn this Euro for their livelihood they were forced to work much harder than the residents of other European nations. And therefore, not surprisingly, a great number of people left Europe to make a living, and for the most part had to leave their families.
Another example is Portugal in which they “closed” a large fishing industry.
So what is this union if it is beneficial only to a few rich nations? The division into industrial branches “cut through” entire national operational domains to which they were culturally and traditionally adapted and which were historically their asset. People were left lacking everything, and this was the greatest failure of leadership.
As a result of this, in addition to xenophobia, hostility and hatred between all kinds of European nations was also created.
For example, all of Europe considers Greece to be a heavy burden. And on their side, the Greeks ask themselves: “What did we enter the European Union for? Previously we got along by ourselves, and it is only worse for us now. Because of your laws we have become poorer and are forced to ask for monetary compensation from you. But this help is also connected to severe requirements; so essentially we find ourselves in slavery.”
The same processes are being arranged everywhere. Those who are rich and strong in the European “commonwealth” benefit at the expense of others.
To be continued….
From KabTV’s “A New Life” 9/9/14