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European nationalists on the rise: the EU will collapse like the USSR

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European nationalists on the rise: the EU will collapse like the USSRThe leader of the French National Front, Marine Le Pen, and the head of the Dutch Freedom Party, Gert Wilders, said that after the European Parliament elections, which will be held next spring, they will form a “European Alliance for Freedom”, uniting the nationalist parties of the EU.


"From this moment," proclaimed the ultra-right, "the liberation of Europe from the self-proclaimed elite, the Brussels monster, which has long been no longer considered the interests of nations, begins." Le Pen and Wilders urge to abandon the current model of integration, which they dubbed the "globalist anomaly", and to return to the "continental bloc based on the cooperation of sovereign states."

Nationalist "tsunami"

A few years ago, representatives of the European mainstream would probably be skeptical of these statements, but now they are forced to reckon with the mood of the nationalists. According to public opinion polls, the National Front is the undisputed favorite of the election race in France (the party of Le Pen is 24 percent ahead of the ruling Socialist Party), and the anti-immigrant movement Wilders is leading in Holland. The Franco-Dutch alliance seems to be joined by the “Swedish Democrats”, also ranked first in national opinion polls, by the Austrian Heinz-Christian Strache Freedom Party, which gained 20 percent support in recent parliamentary elections, the anti-immigrant Danish party, the Italian The Northern League, as well as the radical separatists from the New Flemish Alliance. According to international adviser Le Pen on international issues, Louis de Dunn, “it’s already impossible to say that the leader of the National Front is wandering alone in the desert. This is a real tsunami, and if I were a federalist, I would be very scared and started to panic. ”

And, probably, he is right. Indeed, in addition to the organizations listed by Le Pen close, other anti-European parties also have very good chances. “Alternative for Germany”, which failed to go to the Bundestag (although it did very well for the party that arose literally on the eve of the elections), in the elections to the European Parliament it threatens to double its results. There is also a group of euro skeptics “Europe for Freedom and Democracy” operating in the current European Parliament, which is dominated by the British Independence Party. And although its leader Nigel Faraj considers the views of Le Pen and Wilders to be too radical, on key issues he will obviously be blocked with them. And in London, the Independence Party is also considered the favorite of the pre-election race.

As a result, euro skeptics can get more than 30 percent of the seats in the European Parliament. “This will be the most extremist, most radical parliament in stories“- laments the baroness Sarah Ludford, a representative of the British Liberal Democrats. However, this is not surprising. According to Gallup polls, now only 30 percent of Europeans are positive about EU institutions, although 20 years ago the number of supporters of the European idea exceeded 70 percent. Even in Germany, which is traditionally considered to be the most pro-European country of the Union, euro skeptics are no fewer than euro-optimists.

Fighting Islamization

So, the nationalists, who for almost half a century were considered marginalized in Europe, are becoming today a serious political force. Adherents of a politically correct ideology, long ago transformed into the EU into a kind of civic religion, started talking about Europe returning to the 30 years of the last century, when right-wing radicals came to power in many countries of the Old World. However, the analogy with the interwar period is incorrect. After all, if in the 1930s, the ultra-right enjoyed support in backward agricultural areas, now they show the most impressive results in such successful countries as Austria, Norway, Denmark and Switzerland, and in industrialized regions like Northeast Italy and Flanders. In addition, nationalist parties abandoned anti-Semitic rhetoric, completely switching to the fight against Islamization, which they consider the main threat to national identity. “Our enemies,” says the leader of the British National Party, Nick Griffin, “are not Jews, but Anglo-Saxon liberals, leftists and defeatists who welcome the wave of Muslims who want to live according to their own laws.”

It was precisely anti-Islamic slogans that made the Dutch Freedom Party successful. Gert Wilders, the author of the notorious film “Fitna” (“Fight”), in which he compared the Quran with the book of Adolf Hitler Mein Kampf, in his election program promised to introduce a tax on hijabs and to prohibit the construction of mosques in the Netherlands.

Not less categorically tuned and Marine Le Pen. In the right-wing media, it is compared to Joan of Arc, whose image, as we know, is the emblem of the National Front. Like the Maid of Orleans, Le Pen fights for "traditional France", which is opposed to the current wave of Islamization. “European elites,” she said in an interview with “However,” “are bought by the globalist lobby and do not want to take into account the interests of the peoples. They are held captive by politically correct fallacies and turn a blind eye to what is happening in Muslim quarters. Meanwhile, there are more and more people in Europe who profess the values ​​of Islamic fundamentalism, which are contrary to individual and public freedom. I think that as long as the residents of Paris suburbs, for example, answer “I am a Muslim,” we will not succeed in reviving the former greatness when asked about nationality.

The New Flemish Alliance stands somewhat apart, which became famous not so much for its anti-immigrant sentiment as for calling for the division of the Belgian kingdom into Flemish-speaking Flanders and French-speaking Wallonia. Such a prospect for Belgium, which has always been considered an exemplary example of the coexistence of two ethnic groups that inspired the once-European founding fathers, could, according to experts, set in motion nationalist mechanisms throughout Europe.

Euroskeptics vs. Eurocrats

The question is, why did Eurosceptic nationalists still fail to create a powerful alliance? First of all, unlike the mainstream representatives, they always attached great importance to the contradictions existing between the European powers, and were not ready for a dialogue with historical opponents. A serious obstacle was also the ambitions of leaders, whose personality cult reigned in nationalist movements. There were also ideological contradictions, which, in fact, have not disappeared to this day. Wilders, for example, supports Israel, the gay and feminist movement, Le Pen, on the contrary, defends traditional values ​​and is suspicious of the policy of Jerusalem. However, they are so close to the dislike of immigrants and Brussels Eurocrats that any disagreements seem insignificant.

The union of euro-skeptics, which is being formed before our eyes, is in many ways reminiscent of the Tea Party Movement that arose in the US in 2009 and united various political forces: from libertarians to ultraconservatives. However, if the “tea cups” who criticized the “big government” never threatened the existing political system, their European counterparts are trying to bury the integration project and, according to experts, will play the role of a “Trojan horse” in the EU institutions. “Having won a significant number of seats in the European Parliament,” writes the conservative British magazine The Spectator, “nationalists will have the opportunity to destroy the hated Brussels system from the inside. They will be able to block the activities of the European Commission, the signing of pan-European treaties, impose a veto on most of the bills and slow down the adoption of the budget. All this will paralyze the decision-making system and will eventually lead to a crisis of EU legitimacy. ”

Of course, this is the most pessimistic scenario. However, even if Brussels with the support of the “federalists” in national governments succeeds in repulsing the attack of the Alliance for Freedom, the continent’s political landscape will change dramatically. The old division into left and right will be replaced by a division between the pro-European elite and Euro-skeptics populists. Not only in Germany, but also in other EU countries, most likely, there will be “big coalitions” that unite mainstream parties that do not want to put up with centrifugal tendencies.

Political twins

It is not excluded, however, that under the influence of the radicals, the center-right parties of Europe will be forced to move towards traditionalism and adopt anti-immigrant and Euro-skeptical slogans. It is no accident, for example, that the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, the leader of the Liberal People’s Party, Mark Rutte, was nicknamed “Wilders Light” for his attacks on immigrants. As Michael Bruther, a professor at the London School of Economics, said in an interview with "However," many European center-right parties are becoming political counterparts of the right-wing radicals, playing the role of Dr. Jekyll under the unpredictable Mr. Heide.

Almost all European political scientists argue about the ideological affinity of the FIDES center-right ruling party in Hungary with the nationalists from the Jobbik party. “Both parties,” writes The Business Week, “share the right-conservative ideology, which in Hungary has undergone minimal changes since the 1930's. Both FIDES and Jobbik are characterized by anti-liberal sentiment and old-fashioned nationalism mixed with racist theories. ”

In general, while in the west of Europe, the ultra-right parties are mainly oriented towards the middle class, in the east, poorly educated peasants from poor provinces are being bought into nationalist slogans. According to Bruther, "unlike their Western counterparts, who uphold liberal values ​​and criticize immigrants who do not want to accept them, the far-right of the former countries of the socialist camp build their campaign on anti-market and anti-liberal slogans." Anyway, Brussels among the Eastern European nationalists causes no less allergy. They call for withdrawal from the Treaty of Lisbon and argue that joining the EU instead of the promised development has increased in their countries a sense of hopelessness.

New USSR

One of the main theses advocated by Euro-skeptics nationalists is the thesis that the EC repeats the fate of the USSR. Le Pen last week, for example, stated that “the Brussels-based Eurocrats, like the Soviet nomenklatura, are not capable of saving their ideological bureaucratic project.” “The departed charisma of aging officials who made a name for themselves as early as the era of 60 student unrest,” echoes The Spectator, “they now sit in meaningless bureaucratic structures and take tons of bills, rules and recommendations just like Soviet apparatchiks. Only one made a pathetic talk about the imminent victory of communism, while others talk about the triumph of European tolerance. ”

At the same time, skeptics say, the European “spindoctor” is not much different from the Soviet propagandist. All those who express doubts in the official doctrine are proclaimed by racists and nationalists (both in the EU and in the Soviet Union, with their international ideology, “nationalist” is an abusive term). Moreover, the “dissidents” have no opportunity to get into power. Recall how Brussels effectively declared the Austrian popularly elected government, headed by the leader of the nationalist Freedom Party, illegitimate.

Euroskeptics find many similarities in the two “unions”: the depreciated position of the titular nations, protest nationalist movements in the outskirts and harsh criticism of the provincial “freeloaders” in the center, the degradation and powerlessness of the elites (both the USSR and the European Union are ruled by a faceless bureaucracy who has not elected and is not responsible for their actions), distrust of official dogmas and the growing popularity of alternative ideologies (the ideology of political correctness, according to critics, is becoming the same false officialdom as the commune gp to commoners in the Soviet era of stagnation). However, like the Soviet academic elite, “European intellectuals” are not able to get rid of stereotyped thinking and abandon the materialistic Darwinian understanding of the world.

According to Eurosceptics, the fate of the EU reminds the fate of the USSR also because all decisions made by Eurocrats are late and cannot affect anything. The economic system of the EU, they say, has lost its viability. Individual citizens, enterprises and entire states sat tightly on a credit needle (like the USSR - on an oil needle). Bureaucratization and planned economy are gradually replacing market principles from European economic life. Money, as in the Soviet Union, is becoming the EU's instrument of political influence (the creation of the eurozone, many experts now recognize, is, first and foremost, a political project). Private initiative plays an ever-decreasing role, while the paternalistic functions of the state are strengthened (many compare the Soviet “snowdrops” and European dependents sitting on unemployment benefits). There are indeed many common features, and skeptics are convinced that the European Union, in which the “councils” and “commissars” play a key role, and the state ideology, in fact, is socialism, has long become the second USSR - the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
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  1. makarov
    makarov 4 December 2013 08: 20
    -8
    It seems to be serious state men (and guest cards), but the real calculations are zero, all the same: - a person sees only what he wants to see.
    1. zart_arn
      zart_arn 4 December 2013 08: 37
      +39
      Normal article, reflecting the real mood of ordinary Europeans. It's just that the continent will turn from the Europe of economies and corporations into the Europe of nations. Corporations even benefit from the influx of cheap colored labor, while indigenous nations are far from it. The same situation is observed in Russia. There is nothing catastrophic for Europe in these trends; rather, on the contrary, it is an indicator that Europe is a living, self-regulating organism and should not be angry in its black envy. As the novoevrointegrants say: "How would we live like this!"
      1. Krasnoarmeec
        Krasnoarmeec 4 December 2013 09: 46
        +1
        In addition, the nationalist parties abandoned anti-Semitic rhetoric, completely switching to the fight against Islamization, which they consider the main threat to national identity. “Our enemies,” said the leader of the British National Party, Nick Griffin, “are not the Jews, but the Anglo-Saxon liberals, leftists and defeatists who welcome the wave of Muslims overwhelming the island who want to live their own laws


        All as always, everyone but us is to blame. The main thing is to find a common enemy, and consider the election victory in your pocket .....

        Only some made pompous speeches about the imminent victory of communism, while others talk about the triumph of European tolerance


        Of course, I didn’t want to agree, but I had to, only the pathos of speeches had a nationwide idea, and the triumph of tolerance only darkness ...
      2. AVV
        AVV 4 December 2013 13: 49
        +3
        The European leadership itself has put itself in such a position, promoting values ​​that are unacceptable for people, the US Hollywood propaganda has also yielded results, people no longer want to turn into the Middle East, a Muslim enclave, and on the other hand, blue scum is promoting its values, which completely destroys Europeans in the bud, as the birth rate of Arabs is several times higher than that of Europeans !!!
    2. Nevsky_ZU
      Nevsky_ZU 4 December 2013 14: 15
      +1
      European nationalists on the rise: the EU will collapse like the USSR


      And the nationalists of Ukraine want to Europe laughing
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  3. Valery Neonov
    Valery Neonov 4 December 2013 08: 25
    +10
    Compare USSR-GREAT STATE and geyropu ... somehow, well, not right ...But in the collapse of this education it is necessary to help, yeah. repeat
  4. Strashila
    Strashila 4 December 2013 08: 25
    +32
    To begin with, the USSR did not fall apart ... it collapsed, and this is a big difference. Unlike the EU, the USSR had a national policy, i.e. unlike the EU, the USSR invested in the development of its members ... the EU has everything to turn around, rob its newly acquired members, a kind of mini-pyramid ... you want to prosper ... find a sucker, but suckers quickly end ... Georgia, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Ukraine ... everything. Further, as everyone knows, the pyramid collapses.
    1. Alex toll
      Alex toll 4 December 2013 09: 34
      +17
      The USSR helped ......... I’m on fire over Ukraine - the whole world is bursting at the seams, and the Russian Federation is only getting stronger on its feet with the CU, so no, they are striving in the EU - the ship gave a leak - everyone sailed))))) of course, but everything in this life returns as a boomerang - hello to you Europeans from the universe for the USSR.

      For Neh ..... dig a grave, you yourself will get ......
      1. Clegg
        Clegg 4 December 2013 14: 55
        -5
        Quote: Alex Toll
        the whole world is cracking at the seams, and the Russian Federation is only getting stronger on its feet with a vehicle

        What are you smoking?
      2. bif
        bif 4 December 2013 17: 27
        +3
        Quote: Alex Toll
        I’m blowing over Ukraine - the whole world is bursting at the seams, and the Russian Federation is only getting stronger on its feet with the TS, so no, they are striving in the EU - the ship gave a leak - everyone sailed)

        You are right, the train of your thoughts is like that of Marine Le Pen))
        "The situation in France best reflects the general European processes, and in her case the processes are inextricably linked with the name of the leader of the National Front Marine Le Pen. Last summer she visited Ukraine and, as part of a press conference in Sevastopol, answered the question about the possible accession of Ukraine to Europe very honestly: “I don’t advise.” “Ukraine is a friend, and I don’t invite friends into a nightmare. Moreover, I believe that France should also leave the European Union. The European Union is the path of the dead,” she said, referring to unemployment and adding that Ukraine will not find economic prosperity in a united Europe.

        There she also voiced another curious statement: Le Pen repeated her long-standing thesis about the "Europe of nations", specifying what this vision includes "relations, once again privileged, between Russia and France." “History, culture, common strategic interests should push Europe to look to the East, not the West. This idea is not easy to defend in France. But I do it, ”she summed up.
        http://vz.ru/world/2013/12/3/662547.html
        I recommend reading the entire text !!!
    2. Altona
      Altona 4 December 2013 11: 46
      +3
      I agree that the EU is only comparable in population with the USSR, and with the insanity of top leaders, the rest of the USSR differs in many things, although social development in a number of territories of the USSR was very different, but in the USSR they tried to create at least some kind of work and pay salaries, and in The EU, on the contrary, is breaking down the industry and agriculture that the weaker countries had ...
    3. Y34Gagarin
      Y34Gagarin 4 December 2013 13: 44
      +5
      Not just to rob, but to issue loans for the purchase of Euro goods. As a result, to leave without its overproduction and in debt.
    4. alone
      alone 4 December 2013 19: 53
      0
      Quote: Strashila
      Georgia, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Ukraine ..


      did not understand from what hangover Azerbaijan is on this list? We did not sign the associative agreement, and it seems that we are not going to sign it in the near future. What was difficult to verify who signed what?
  5. aszzz888
    aszzz888 4 December 2013 08: 29
    +7
    Britons have already poured in the European Union. The migrants got them, they don’t know how to get along with them. They gobble up their economy along with the budget. We decided by 17 to raise the question of leaving the EU.
  6. pensioner
    pensioner 4 December 2013 08: 29
    +5
    nationalists will have the opportunity to destroy the hated Brussels system from within. They will be able to block the activities of the European Commission, the signing of pan-European treaties, veto most bills and slow down the adoption of the budget. All this paralyzes the decision-making system and ultimately leads to a crisis of EU legitimacy.

    Those. after some time, the EU will not be in Ukraine ... You just have to hold out ...
    1. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker 4 December 2013 10: 53
      +6
      Quote: retired
      Those. after some time, the EU will not be in Ukraine ... You just have to hold out ...

      Good morning, Yuri!
      The EU and Ukraine will die long and painfully.
      Separately - a little faster.
      The EU understands this, and therefore clings to Nezalezhnaya, as a one-time airbag.
  7. FC SKIF
    FC SKIF 4 December 2013 08: 29
    +12
    the immune system saves the body from infection, and healthy forces in Europe are trying to recover from a whole bunch of ailments. If they succeed, they will receive a not weak vaccination for several centuries.
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 4 December 2013 09: 19
      +9
      Still, a normal father and mother would never want to be dominated by Juvenile Justice.
      And normal parents do not want their children to become pederasts, gays, lesbians - this is the law of nature and the survival of mankind as a species (any liberal reformers are powerless against this).
      1. bagpipe
        bagpipe 5 December 2013 03: 04
        -3
        You are absolutely right! I still have a little truth about the Euro-Sodom - I collected bit by bit on verified sources - Russian media:

        And Greenpeace forced one girl in Norway to marry a penguin in a zoo, and she died.

        And one old woman in Sweden became a prostitute in a nursing home, and she had to sleep with all the pensioners in the city, and she died.

        And one girl in Denmark came to school with a cross, and they tell her to take off the cross, but she didn’t take it off, and then she was crucified on the cross and she died.

        And one boy in England was told that he should become a homosexual, but he did not believe it, and then he looked at other homosexuals, could not stand it, and also became homosexual, and died.

        And one woman in France was called to the police and told that she should marry two daughters of six and eight years for Arabs, but she refused, but they came to her and took her daughters, and she died, and the daughters also died.

        And one boy in Germany was forced to shout by Heil Hitler and be homosexual, but he did not want to, and then the Turks came and took him, and he died.

        And one woman in Holland came to church, and they say that the church is closed and a brothel instead, and now she should work there and scream Heil Hitler, and she refused, and then homosexuals crucified her on the cross, but she did not die, and then the Arabs came, and then she died. ”

        All this is absolutely true, as well as the fact that America’s kerdyk is coming soon, and Europe is about to fall apart.
        as rightly noted

        Quote: Alex Toll
        I’m stealing over Ukraine - the whole world is bursting at the seams, and the Russian Federation is only getting stronger on its feet with the TS
        1. Atlas
          Atlas 5 December 2013 23: 23
          0
          my friend, what are you smoking ???
          1. bagpipe
            bagpipe 5 December 2013 23: 29
            0
            Bro, what’s wrong? In my post - the calculation of the perception of Europe for the most part eating here
  8. saag
    saag 4 December 2013 08: 32
    +1
    They need to organize an international to coordinate
  9. PSih2097
    PSih2097 4 December 2013 08: 33
    +6
    how many calls for the division of the Belgian kingdom into Flemish-speaking Flanders and French-speaking Wallonia. Such a perspective for Belgium, which has always been considered an exemplary example of the coexistence of two ethnic groups, which once inspired European founding fathers, can, according to experts, set in motion nationalist mechanisms throughout Europe.

    Themselves are stepping on their own rake (remember the separation of Kosovo from Serbia) ...
    Well, Marie Le Pen can only wish one thing - victory in the election.
    1. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker 4 December 2013 11: 03
      +5
      Quote: PSih2097
      Themselves are stepping on their own rake (remember the separation of Kosovo from Serbia) ...

      Each of the mentioned parties, stands for the solution of their national problems. The fate of Kosovo, as well as Moldova, as well as other countries-buttons of the EU excites them no more than the weather on the continent.
      Quote: PSih2097
      Well, Marie Le Pen can only wish one thing - victory in the election.

      Given the current state of affairs and trends, it can be said that Marie has a chance of winning tomorrow or the day after tomorrow.
      But.
      If all that lousy-bearded trash is broken in Syria, expelled from Egypt and, as a result, spreads into European apartments, no one knows what will begin in these Europeans. Many people understand this, and therefore try to keep Islamic wild geese away from themselves.
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  11. Veter
    Veter 4 December 2013 08: 40
    +5
    So you need to help the comrades in their righteous deed, and there you look and the withdrawal of NATO troops from the territory of the Baltic states to the fields, by analogy with our withdrawal of the GSVG in the 90s.
  12. ReifA
    ReifA 4 December 2013 08: 45
    +16
    Marine Le Pen, even outwardly, arouses sympathy better than any European politician, and even with Katherine Ashton can not be compared :-)
    1. Panikovsky
      Panikovsky 4 December 2013 14: 57
      +4
      Quote: ReifA
      Marine Le Pen, even outwardly, arouses sympathy better than any European politician, and even with Katherine Ashton can not be compared :-)

      that's for sure, worse than ugly ashton was only the image of carla del ponte.
  13. ZU-23
    ZU-23 4 December 2013 08: 52
    +6
    Come on geyropa, now we will slowly burn away laughing .Good article, coincided with my opinion.
    1. Clegg
      Clegg 4 December 2013 14: 56
      -4
      Quote: ZU-23
      .Good article, coincided with my opinion.

      Did you have it?))) Or copy-paste from Channel One?)))))
      1. Gecko
        Gecko 4 December 2013 19: 16
        +1
        You probably have 1 channel broadcasting in Kazakhstan and no Internet ... angry
        1. Clegg
          Clegg 5 December 2013 19: 51
          +1
          Quote: gecko
          You probably have 1 channel broadcasting in Kazakhstan and no Internet ...

          In Kazakhstan, the Internet is even in settlements with a population of at least 1,000 people. I’m not sure that in Russia wink At least normal Russians told me so, not cheers lol
  14. A.YARY
    A.YARY 4 December 2013 09: 27
    +18
    Marie Le Pen is nothing but respect.
    Her determination and perseverance inspire confidence and hope that not everyone in Geyropa is in good condition, there are few sober people.
    1. bya965
      bya965 4 December 2013 19: 30
      +4
      Quote: A.YARY
      Marie Le Pen is nothing but respect.
      Her determination and perseverance inspire confidence and hope that not everyone in Geyropa is in good condition, there are few sober people.

      I have been watching her for a long time, behaving in spite of provocations very clearly and competently, a worthy daughter of her father and the people of France. Good luck Marie!
  15. Belogor
    Belogor 4 December 2013 10: 03
    +5
    Of course, this is to be expected from the peoples of Europe, who are tired of moronic tolerance, leading to the destruction of all human values: family, traditional religion and other things. Such experiments cannot lead to anything good.
  16. patriot2
    patriot2 4 December 2013 10: 16
    +3
    The collapse of the European Union is inevitable, a matter of time, all the signs are there. But the CU will grow and strengthen if a well-thought-out policy and a controlled migration process are pursued. Liberoids do not deal with the country's economy, they plunder and ruin it by exporting capital abroad. For them, God is the same "as in the West", and this will not lead to good, for the country and its people. GDP "growth" figures confirm this.
  17. Oskar
    Oskar 4 December 2013 11: 07
    +7
    No, not like the USSR! Everything will be much worse ... The EU is also at risk of having a bunch of small (and maybe not small) Islamic khanates, emirates and all kinds of caliphates on its territory! So we'll see later how the remaining gays will compete for rights, under the conditions of Sharia.
    In general, Europe is sorry, sorry as the former center of white civilization.
  18. Peaceful military
    Peaceful military 4 December 2013 11: 12
    +7
    No EU is an analogue of the USSR, as they say, and it wasn’t nearby. As for the cries that it is about to fall apart, they are akin to cries about the collapse of the United States and, with even earlier cries about decaying capitalism. Bullshit is all this.
    In the EU, the backbone of the system has been created in the form of European bureaucrats and a mass of supranational laws. In case of any improper movement, they will be blamed for fines and regulations, or they will even withdraw a denyuzhu, as was the case with Cyprus. Not for that they introduced the euro with a single Eurobank.
    1. Uncle
      Uncle 4 December 2013 12: 57
      +2
      Quote: Peaceful military
      No EU is an analogue of the USSR, as they say, and it wasn’t nearby.

      Right Rather, the EU is an analogue of the United States from the time of colonization than the USSR.
      1. Peaceful military
        Peaceful military 4 December 2013 15: 12
        +2
        Quote: Uncle
        Quote: Peaceful military
        No EU is an analogue of the USSR, as they say, and it wasn’t nearby.

        Right Rather, the EU is an analogue of the United States from the time of colonization than the USSR.

        The analogy with the USA is generally the most accurate. Only 4 differences: there is no army, they are only trying to coax; there is no constitution, they will not agree; many nationalities not united by a single citizenship; no state language. But, dashing trouble began.
  19. Dimon-chik-79
    Dimon-chik-79 4 December 2013 11: 15
    +3
    Article bold plus! Hit the bullseye!
    It seems that Europe has begun the process of rejecting the contagion that has rapidly decomposed the EU countries due to the utopian policies of multiculturalism and dissolving talerance imposed by their liberals (i.e., patience for destroying, humiliating, and obsolete you). Which put on the verge of the gradual disappearance of Europeans, destroying their cultural and family values.
    But the European Union is unlikely to cease to exist, most likely it will shrink to an adequate size in central Europe, while curbing its exorbitant ambitions on the Eurasian continent, for which they have no resources.
  20. twister
    twister 4 December 2013 11: 25
    +2
    A default or something like that will soon happen in the United States, the whole world economy will suffer from this, a lot of dollars are printed, and such a quantity cannot be supported by a non-gold economy. The Rothschilds have already moved to China, and St. Petersburg is building an incredible business center such as Walt Street, the Rockefellers will move here.
  21. Dan Slav
    Dan Slav 4 December 2013 11: 53
    0
    Europeans are gaining some kind of intellectual independence - this is good news. There cannot be one "correct" model.
    Everything should have an alternative that has a right to exist.
    The main thing is not to go beyond the "legal field", as they say there.
  22. chunga-changa
    chunga-changa 4 December 2013 12: 26
    +4
    Well, great news. The more any mess they have, the calmer we live.
  23. Sergg
    Sergg 4 December 2013 14: 10
    0
    The EU keeps within its borders thanks to the single European currency, which, like the dollar, is not backed by anything. First EURO will fall, then Europe will fall. The euro can be saved if the tails are "chopped off", that is, Germany gets rid of the weak countries, primarily Eastern European ones, but this already looks like the 4th Reich. In any case, the world is waiting for a global change, it's a pity that Russia does not have a technically equipped army and industry from the times of the USSR, then we could take a leading place in Europe on an equal footing with Germany.
  24. garlik
    garlik 4 December 2013 16: 17
    +1
    "Historical enemy". This is what the Ukrainian "Elite" needs to know, which is snouting to the west. Bismarck also said that there are no new enemies, but only old ones soldier
  25. GUSAR
    GUSAR 4 December 2013 16: 50
    +1
    But in this direction with Europe is not a sin and efforts to cooperate!
  26. Koliamba_TV
    Koliamba_TV 4 December 2013 17: 21
    +1
    Yesterday I saw in the news that the UK wants to leave the EU. Then France, Germany and others will follow. The EU personally, in my opinion (others may not agree), will soon "crack at the seams" and from it (the EU) or nothing will remain , or less powerful countries will remain.
    1. Gecko
      Gecko 4 December 2013 19: 18
      +1
      Poland will remain and ... Ukraine laughing
  27. Christian
    Christian 4 December 2013 18: 05
    +2
    All true, nationalists have always opposed globalization and for the preservation of national states and empires, for the preservation of national characteristics. And this is good!
    1. realist
      realist 4 December 2013 19: 38
      0
      Well, and what good is in the Austro-Hungarian, Prussian and Japanese empires?
  28. builder
    builder 4 December 2013 19: 39
    +3
    Demonstration of nationalists on the streets of Paris.
    http://synthesenationale.hautetfort.com/archive/2013/02/02/plus-de-800-militants
    -nationalistes-dans-les-rues-de-paris-c.html
    1. alone
      alone 4 December 2013 19: 59
      0
      Quote: stroitel
      Demonstration of nationalists on the streets of Paris.


      Over 800 nationalists held a demonstration in Paris. This is a translation of the link from French.

      For 65,7 million France, this is a "wonderful" indicator. And all those who want LIE Pen to win, I have a question for you: Do you believe that with such a contingent, Li Pen will win the elections?
      1. builder
        builder 4 December 2013 20: 37
        +2
        Quote: lonely
        , I have a question for you: Do you believe that with such a contingent, Li Pen will win the election?


        In 2012, in the first round of the presidential election, Marine Le Pen won about 18 percent of the vote (the indicator is not "excellent", but not bad either.
        After the adoption of the law "marriage for all" the number of supporters she will increase.
    2. Cherdak
      Cherdak 4 December 2013 20: 25
      +4
      I like posters more
  29. FlyEngine
    FlyEngine 4 December 2013 20: 17
    +3
    Finally, they begin to understand what is happening.
    You shouldn’t drive Europeans; I would be more friends with a Frenchman than with a damned Asian.
  30. samoletil18
    samoletil18 4 December 2013 22: 21
    +2
    Comparing the collapse of the EU and the USSR is probably a shame. The USSR was my homeland. But for Europeans, the EU is tolerant crap. There is a movement from below, but its own power has betrayed us.
  31. Lexsir
    Lexsir 5 December 2013 02: 33
    +1
    Brussels and bankers will not give power to these rags; they will remove anyone like Jörg Haider. Here you need guys like Breivik, fighters who are ready to go to the end.
  32. Stasi
    Stasi 5 December 2013 17: 58
    0
    The fact that Europeans began to see clearly and see what devastation the so-called tolerance and raising the rank of inviolability of gays, lesbians, juveniles and other perverts produces is good. The only question is whether enlightenment has come too late, because the processes of degradation launched by tolerance have gone too far and gained strong momentum. If nationalists begin to pursue their policies and establish their laws, pogroms will begin in Europe and eventually a civil war will begin, a nationalist war against all migrants, normal people against gays and other perverts. Without blood, Europeans cannot solve such problems for any reason, only whether the ultra-right will decide to fight. The whole question is in the will to action.