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Mediterranean Union Made Public – 13 Years Later

Source: EU Observer

EUOBSERVER / PARIS – France officially announced the launch of the Union for the Mediterranean on Sunday (13 July) – the brainchild of its president Nicolas Sarkozy, who did not hide his pride in seeing the project’s official birth. The project – under its official name Barcelona Process: Union for the Mediterranean – regroups 43 states, including all EU members, and will be co-presided over by one EU and one Mediterranean country – currently Egypt’s president, Hosni Mubarak, and Mr Sarkozy himself.

However, criticism has already been raised about some controversial issues – such as immigration – being left out of the Union’s scope at this stage.

That is because while the media spotlight is on the ‘Union’, they would rather not talk about it. If it has anything in common with the same process started in 1995, then it revolves around increasing mass immigration from these Muslim countries to the democratic West, in the name of ‘cultural exchange’ while at the same time telling everyone else what we can and cannot think;

Cultural policies need to avoid schematic concepts such as the popular distinction between “Us” and “Them”. They even warn against further using the term of “The Other” which is standard in almost all intercultural education concepts, since it opens the gate for imposing collective identities on the individual. There is no viable alternative to their proposal of adopting a rights-based approach in dealing with cultural diversity – Dialogue To Hospitality, Traugott Schoefthaler, Anna Lindh Foundation.

As an aside, take note of the desired re-engineering of the population away from cultural identity in this document with the current actions of our own Government, recently;

It (the National Children’s Bureau) advises nursery teachers to be on the alert for childish abuse such as: “blackie”, “Pakis”, “those people” or “they smell”. – Toddlers who dislike spicy food ‘racist’

The leaders unanimously adopted a declaration deciding to work on six “concrete projects” as initial activities, Mr Sarkozy said.

The new grouping will address the cleaning up of Mediterranean pollution; development of maritime and land highways; or setting up a joint civil protection programme on prevention and response to disasters.

Conflicts in the region are seen as the main reason preventing the Barcelona Process – an initiative started in 1995 with similar ambitions to the new project – from achieving significant results.

Now they have softened up the West a bit with immigration, they believe they are now ready to open the floodgates while they expand their Union ever outwards in their quest for a World Government, the article End of Freedom goes some way to explaining the process.

As far as these ‘concrete projects’ go, who is (and has been) paying for it? Us of course, without our permission or even consultation.

But that is the nature of the European Union. It is run by a bunch of elitists who believe they know best and that we (the serfs) do not deserve a say on how we live our own lives. All we are good for is providing them with money and labour. At the present time, the People of Britain (and other member states of the EU) are essentially being forced to pay and provide for two governments, their own and Brussels, both expanding all the time, increasing their scope and authority over us. They are Cancers. We are funding our own demise. Wake up!

These points I make are obvious to anyone who takes the time to read the official documents. They are on their websites. The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership site contains enough information to give you an idea of their plans. You just have to learn to read between the lines. In their document on Migration for example (my comments in bold);

… promote faster issuance of visa and look at specific procedures for certain categories of people and promote legal migration opportunities within the Euro-Mediterranean region … fast tracking immigrants?
… comprehensive and balanced approach to fully respect and protect the rights of migrants and human rights, in particular those of female migrants and children … either of which enter the country first, can then lead to;
… the importance of family reunification as a way to protect the family and respect family life, according to principles of instruments of international law (a vital tool for the One World Government) fair treatment of migrants in the societies of Euro-Mediterranean partners in particular by combating discrimination, racism and xenophobia against migrants and their families…

Note how none of this talks about the rights and treatment of the host countries. In the case of Muslim communities establishing ‘no-go’ areas with their disdain for Western culture, what then? The definition of xenophobia under the EU now includes criticism of Islam.

The EU in 2007 made incitement to racism and xenophobia a crime across the 27-nation bloc. Under the new law, offenders will face up to three years in jail for “public incitement to violence or hatred, directed against a group of persons or a member of such a group defined by reference to race, colour, religion, descent or national or ethnic origin.” The term “inciting hatred” against “religion” could be used to silence critics of Islam and Muslim immigration, especially since the Council of Europe has earlier decided to view Islamophobia as equal to anti-Semitism. At the same time as the EU is signing agreements enhancing the cooperation with, including immigration of, Arabs and Muslims, it is banning opposition to this and is co-opting the media into toeing the party line and promoting the official, Eurabian ideology. The European Union thus increasingly exhibits many of the hallmarks of a totalitarian state, a pan-European dictatorship. – Fjordman: Why the European Union Must Go, Dhimmi Watch.

I strongly suggest you read this page to have some idea what they have in store: Free Muslim Immigration to Europe

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