- 18 Jun 2016 09:08
Britain is returning to square one. One of the first action of Britain, which had joined the EEC in 1973, was the vetoed of the Euro-Arab Dialogue led by Franco German initiative in 1974, in protest that Holland was under an Arab oil embargo. Since then the Franco German leadership convinced all the members to take its Arab policy, including Britain and Holland. It took almost 45 years to Britain to realize she doesn't want this EU scheme.
Cleverly, the EU policy adds a moral imperative: it portrays this unbreakable bond between politics, oil, and economics as a just cause. Through extensive EU propaganda, opposing this Islamization is regarded as "racist" and "fascist", concepts which evidently were nothing more than euphemisms for the suppression of any criticism since German ideas of united Europe with economic integration with Arab world was actually not so new. On October 25, 1941, Hitler had told Italian Foreign Minister Count Ciano that in the battle against America he envisioned “the common interests of a unified Europe within an economic zone completed by the African colonies.”
Traditional German policy was repackaged as a universal moral duty of imperative "human rights" and "anti racism".
This process led to current Europe’s subservience to Arab/Muslim jihadist goals, cloaked in Western moral rhetoric.