The EU once again fooled the population into believing that it was a kind of democracy. “Purely coincidentally” coincide numerous proposals conference that has been held for a year with the plans of the UN Agenda 2030, and there are also parallels in the use of language. Allegedly, 50,000 people took part in developing ideas such as a common euro army, more and more efficient measures against disinformation and an end to the unanimity principle.
The result of the “conference” is to be officially presented on May 9th. A paper with 49 proposals is already available, the plenum agreed on this on April 29th and 30th. The hair of EU skeptics stands on end. The competences of the EU are to be expanded, the unanimity principle and veto rights of the member states are to be eliminated in almost all points.
A “European identity” is to be strengthened, while the identity of the peoples in their nation states no longer plays a role. Identity is also important in terms of the World Economic Forum, because a Europe-wide “digital identity” is required. The EU would be built on representative (not direct) democracy and should remain so. The right to vote is to be standardized throughout Europe. In addition, “transnational” electoral lists should be possible. Basically, this means an indirect end to national sovereignty and the dissolution of nation states. In the footnote, however, it is pointed out that this should only happen very slowly and after a transitional period so that there is not too much stress.
The legal situation regarding Asylum and migration are to be standardized. This would mean an end to the special path in Hungary and other eastern countries, but also, for example, in Denmark. But plans like those of the Danes to house delinquent asylum seekers in Kosovo in prisons would either be applied across the Union – or more realistically – be buried again.
The word “sustainable” occurs 35 times in this paper. Not problematic at first glance, all those who are already extremely critical of the UN Agenda 2030 quickly understand: The language used here is the SDG (Sustainable Development Goals), an elite agenda to reshape the world for the Great Reset.
Europe should have a unified army and take a “leading role” in guaranteeing world security. Ironically, the desire for more censorship is written into the section dealing with “defense”: The fight against disinformation and propaganda. We know enough from the Corona crisis how objective and fact-based such a “fight” works.
Zeitgeist oddities run through the paper from the first to the last page, for example, “gender equality” should be given more consideration in sport. Sex education is to be standardized throughout Europe as part of the health programme. The extent to which such left-leaning swagger has any real relevance for the majority of the population can be doubted – and the entire body of writing should also be evaluated on this basis.
Ultimately, the peoples and nations of Europe will be persuaded that the decisions of this “conference” represent their own will and must therefore be implemented. It is doubtful whether the eastern nations will support such a plan. Ultimately, the desire to implement this paper can also lead to the exit of several nations.