Today, 23 years since its foundation and 71 years since the end of World War II, the European Union remains a parody of the ideal political integration of the historical nations of the European continent.
Deeply disoriented, the EU has been detached from the original ideals of European tradition and sovereignty. Unfortunately, it is only a lifeless and insipid, financial union of states with a paltry regime: the mass democracy, and a morbid cultural vision: the consumer’s euphoria.
However, the existing EU is the only contemporary, political entity of the united European compatriots. And against the will of the bleak accountants who overwhelm us, it keeps dormant within its fundamental definition, those life-giving forces that under the appropriate conditions, they will eventually enforce the authentic nature of European Culture.
United Kingdom is a peripheral country of this counterfeit EU but still the dominant sword of the genuine Europe. And has to remain, at all costs, politically tied to the rest European nations, waiting for the life-saving fullness of time.
The patriotic forces of European nations should not dissolve the existing European Union. They should rather drive out the internationalist Directorate of bureaucrats and bankers, and then undertake the central government of EU. The basic idea of the political union of Europe has in itself an enormous racial power that, in the long term, can lead to a new vision of Roman Empire. Separated nationalisms of the prewar type, will have no chance in the chaotic environment of rampant globalization.
Meanwhile, those who really feel Asians or Africans, they may make use of their “right” to self-determination and then follow their cultural and geographical preferences to their adoptive countries.
Because we, the Britons, the Spaniards, the Germans, the Swedes, the Poles, the French, the Italians, the Greeks… we Europeans… We do not intend to abandon our fatherland!
Europe! Wake up!
British Europeans: Adaptation of the original text, Greeks Europeans (II), published in a previous WAR FLAG (01/07/2015).
The painting: Donato Giancola, A Storm of Swords (2015, oil on panel, A Song of Ice and Fire Calendar Art).