The European Union

When I started my “career” or whatever you can call it. It was as a reaction to the mess that the former generation had created of Europe.

I read “The rise and fall of the great Powers” by Kennedy, and I realized, that the EU was the least probable to make it through the next twenty years.

So, instead of trying to fix it, because I had absolutely no ambition or any possible option to do that, I created a movement, that would make the fall of the EU a soft landing.

A Democratic/humanistic conservative philosophy, that would make the fall easy, and give the nations of Europe a way out of the mess.

The fall of a behemoth as the EU is off cause very dangerous for the Nations involved.

But now, ten years after, the situation has moved a bit.

Italy, the First Nation that has taken my ideas seriously in Europe has made history by making a coalition between right and left, and many of my ideas are worked at.

BUT and that is another difference, in the meanwhile, the US has taken my ideas, and proven them to work. The US is not out of the quagmire it was in, but it is clawing its way out. All lights are moving from red to yellow, and hopefully in a few years will turn into green.

That has proven the validity of the ideology, and now back to Europe.

Here the European Union seems to want to be a part of my revolution. Well, to be honest, I never saw it coming. But when we are here, you are welcome.

I never wanted to tear the European Union down, in fact I had the opportunity ten years ago when I was in Bruxelles with SIAD. But to me, destroying what others build without giving a chance to find a new way, that is not humanistic.

Call me soft, but I can see that the European Union WANTS to do good, but is woven into choices made by generations before.

So, as always. I will help.

I am not promising anything. Because to be honest, the situation is out of control, and the basis we are building on is like shifting sand at a cold a storm ridden beach.

But I will help.

G-d bless the will to do good.

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