Pages

Sunday, July 13, 2008

The Silent Expansions of Europe: Eurabia

The silent, post-democratic expansion of Europe into swathes of northern Africa (Maghreb) and whole chunks of the Middle East (Mashreq) continues unabated.

Nobody's been asked and no one tells, except buried news items like this morning's Yahoo!News article "Syria's Assad to seal detente with Europe". The story is so remarkable, that contrary to policy it should have been published here in its entirety. We decided against it, but reading it comes highly recommended.


While Syria's secret service agents continue to operate in the Levant as if on their own turf, the Syrian President thought nothing of having a former head of state assassinated; who recently heard about the UN investigation into the murder of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri, is kindly requested to inform.

So what, if the current head of the ruling dynasty sees his country as his own private stretch of real estate, in which the sole Fascist political party is the means to rule it; who cares if the proxy totalitarian state's apparatus is in lock-step with Iranian theofascism, the actual potentates of the Assad private estate; what gives that Israel recently had to trash a secretly built North Korean nuclear reactor; or that American diplomatic efforts in the Middle East are undermined?

The Eurocrats' magic word for expanding the sphere of influence is 'interdependence,' the vehicles towards it are the talking-shops and environmental projects pending overcoming the reluctance to unleash overt cultural cooperation on the peoples of Europe. The excuse: Hegelian 'world historical events' leading to Kantian world government at any price.

Just curious how long the dealings with evil will last until blow back time ... "Syria's Assad to seal detente with Europe" - read it all >>>

Update:

If present view is too opinionated, try My Greek Odyssey for a more balanced view on the matter of the newest world order: "Surviving in the Brave New World"

- Filed on Articles in "Eurabia" -

2 comments:

SACKERSON said...

So, you think the EU is a nascent Empire?

Lord James Bigglesworth said...

The silent, post-democratic expansion of Europe into swathes of northern Africa (Maghreb) and whole chunks of the Middle East (Mashreq) continues unabated.

This might be fine if it was a counter incursion of Christianity but it's not - it is the other team doing this.

 
RatePoint Business Reviews