|Overtook Asia as richest continent in the 1400s. Was the location of two World Wars in the 1900s signalling its infighting and economic decline. The federalisation of the Europe politically in the European Union to solve the decline along with the influence of NATO has caused concerns over its future. Immigration to Europe has become a weapon used in deep lobbying and deep politics since the 2000s.|
Europe is a peninsular on the Western side of Eurasia. It is widely regarded as a continent.
The European Union (EU) is a supranational political and economic union of 27 member states that are located primarily in Europe.
The union has a total area of 4,233,255.3 km2 (1,634,469.0 sq mi) with an estimated population of about 447 million (5.8% of the world population in 2020). The EU generated a nominal gross domestic product (GDP) of around 17.1 trillion USD in 2021, constituting approximately 18 per cent of global nominal GDP.
- Full article: European Commission
- Full article: European Commission
The EU is ruled by its executive branch, the European Commission. It also has a European Parliament with 705 members (MEPs). The European Council (informally EUCO) is a collegiate body that defines the overall political direction and priorities of the European Union. It is composed of the heads of state or government of the EU member states, in summits held at least twice every six months.
On the one hand, the European Union suspended Austria when its citizens voted for people it didn’t like. On the other hand, the EU has failed to react to the Rajoy government’s tactics in responding to the Catalonian crisis. This is not to claim that the EU was wrong in each of these cases. It merely shows that the EU is experiencing a serious identity crisis. It simply cannot make up its mind whether it is to:
- (a) become a mere confederation;
- (b) become a federation;
- (c) recast itself as an inter-governmental organisation on the lines of the Council of Europe;
- (d) muddle along as "neither fish nor fowl"; or,
- (e) disappear under the weight of its inherent contradictions.
Take your pick!
Legal Problems of the European Constitution
From the very beginning the construction of an European super-bureaucracy faced legal problems: core agreements like the "economic stability criteria" have been broken frequently and permanently by the majority of member states.
The precursor of the Lisbon Treaty (13 December 2007), the Treaty of Maastricht has been rejected by the citizens' vote of many European countries. After that the European Parliament was set up without questioning the people further. The European Parliament is notoriously weak and has only a veto power over laws passed within a short timeframe. European law overrules national law but the people of the member states are not represented proportionally in the European Parliament. This conflicts with many national constitutions. The Maastricht Treaty has been challenged therefore before the highest courts of Member States as well as the European Court of Justice, among others by German professor of international law Karl Albrecht Schachtschneider.
Of particular concern are the paragraphs dealing with martial law or "emergency situations" and the re-introduction of the death penalty. The contents of the treaties are not discussed in the commercially-controlled media and there is no awareness of the far-reaching consequences in the general public. The contracts are packed with footnotes and references to previous treaties and legal acts, which makes them hard to understand even for insiders of international law. A survey showed that less than 20 percent of German MPs actually read the Lisbon Treaty before giving the go-ahead to their own disempowerment.
“Europe’s claim to be a continent has the mark of hubris for a peninsula with only four-percent of the world’s landmass. In a prime example of politics trumping geography, the arbitrary border between Europe and Asia cuts right through Russia, giving Europe 75% of Russia’s people and Asia 75% of Russia’s land. Dictionaries fumble to define the word continent because “a large, contiguous land mass mostly surrounded by ocean” leaves out Europe.”
Tereza Corragio (2019) 
- Full article: Europe/Deep state
- Full article: Europe/Deep state
The European deep state (EU/DS) is a major component of the supranational deep state. While the continent of Europe has hosted many important deep state milieux over the centuries, the EU/DS only really took shape as such after World War II, with the establishment of the continent wide Gladio network. Józef Retinger's Bilderberg Group oversaw the project to formally eclipse national sovereignty under a pan-European legal superstructure while Le Cercle's activities included the subversion of democratic European governments and the installation of puppet leaders.
Inaction about Gladio
On November 22, 1990 the European Parliament debated Operation Gladio, producing a strongly worded resolution calling for an investigation. However, this was never followed through. Summarising the procedure, Daniele Ganser writes that "The dog barked loudly, but it did not bite. Of the eight actions requested by the EU parliament not one was carried out satisfactorily. Only Belgium, Italy and Switzerland investigated their secret armies with a parliamentary commission, producing a lengthy and detailed public report."
Resurgence of "extreme right"
|Europe's Far-Right Resurgence in 2022 - TLDR News EU.|
The halting of Russian imports by NATO countries due to the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine helped several right wing political parties win significant control of the narrative all over Europe. Russian President Putin was depicted in 2023 as "waiting for Ukrainian aid to stop when Donald Trump would be elected".
|Annalena Baerbock||“As European democracies and part of a transatlantic democratic alliance, we are also in systemic competition with an authoritarian regime like China”||Annalena Baerbock||5 December 2021|
|Albania||A small country in Southeastern Europe.|
|Andorra||A micro state in Europe. An enclave between France and Spain.|
|Austria||German-speaking republic in Central Europe. Since the end of the Cold War, Austria has become increasingly westernised.|
|BIS||The central bankers' central bank - nothing to see here.|
|Baltic States||3 former USSR nations in Northern Europe; on the Baltic Sea.|
|Belarus||"Europe's last dictatorship" - Formerly part of the USSR. Outspoken opposition to the COVID-19 lockdown agenda.|
|Belgium||Former European colonial power|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||small nation in the Balkans.|
|Bulgaria||The poorest country in the European Union.|
|Croatia||Formerly part of Yugoslavia, Croatia is westernising at a rapid rate, with membership of the European Union and NATO being achieved relatively quickly after independence.|
|Cyprus||A small, divided, island in the Mediterranean. Greek Cyrpus was aggressively pushing the COVID-19/Vaccine in May 2021.|
|Czech Republic||Formerly communist, central European nation.|
|Czechoslovakia||Former country in Europe.|
|Denmark||Member of the EU, NATO.|
|East Germany||Former country in Europe.|
|Eire||Island off the coast of Great Britain. Ireland is a member of the EU but not NATO.|
|Estonia||Estonia is the most northern of the Baltic States. Formerly part of the USSR, now EU and NATO.|
|Finland||Nordic country, borders Russia.|
|France||A European nation, former colonial power, permanent seat on the UNSC|
|Germany||"The economic powerhouse of Europe" - Germany dominates the European Union.|
|Greece||"In 2006... the third biggest arms importer after China and India."|
|Hungary||Formerly communist country in Eastern Europe, now a member of NATO, and the EU, Hungary is currently lead by Viktor Orban, an adversary of Brussels.|
|Iceland||Isolated island nation off the north west coast of Europe. Part of the Nordics.|
|Italy||European country that has the sixth-largest national wealth and third-largest central bank gold reserve. Italy/Deep state is an integral part of the SDS.|
|Latvia||Former USSR, now NATO and EU. The middle country of the Baltic States. SDS power consolidation in 2021|
|Liechtenstein||Alpine principality nation. Liechtenstein has one of the highest gross domestic products per person in the world when adjusted for purchasing power parity.|
|Lithuania||Formerly part of the USSR, now NATO and the EU. Since 2021, aggressive mandation of vaccines.|
|Luxembourg||One of the richest and smallest sovereign states in the world.|
|Malta||Island nation in the Mediterranean sea|
|Moldova||The poorest country in Europe|
|Netherlands||Politicly fragmented and very densely populated country. Had very lenient drug and (underage) sex laws. Named a "narco-state" by neighbouring countries. Home of the first Bilderberg meeting.|
|Norway||Strategically located nation with money to spend on supranational deep state policies.|
|Poland||Fast growing, revived country since World War 2. Became a very loyal US Deep State parter. The populace are by a mile the biggest supporters of NATO presence in Europe.|
|Portugal||Politically very controlled country, with a duopoly between socialist parties. Refused a War on Drugs, with successful results.|
|San Marino||A micro state in Europe. An enclave completely surrounded by Italy.|
|Serbia||A nation state in the Balkans.|
|Slovakia||Formerly communist country in Eastern Europe. Now a member of NATO and the European Union.|
|Slovenia||A small country in Europe that was never part of the Warsaw Pact.|
|Spain||Seemingly a tropical easy-going country on the southern border of Europe. Spain has had trouble running a “death squad-free” democracy since Franco retired. Spain has seen the bloodiest post Gladio 1 terror attack take place in Madrid in 2004, and was a battleground of the Ifs and GRU during the 2010s.|
|Sweden||A nation state which is heavy on social control, but which defied the SDS COVID lockdown policy.|
|Switzerland||A mountainous, hence easily defended country in central Europe which has established itself as a world banking center.|
|Turkey||Turkey is a nation state at the south east corner of Europe.|
|UK||The biggest Island in Europe. It was a world power with massive influence for over 4 centuries.|
|Ukraine||The largest country entirely within Europe, a former part of the USSR|
|Vatican City||The second smallest nation state in the world (arguably after the BIS), housing the HQ of the Roman Catholic church.|
|Yugoslavia||A former country in Cold War Europe consisting of six constituent republics. The rise of the nationalistic division causing its final war has controversial origins.|
|2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine||In a new episode of Cold War 2.0 Russia forcefully halted NATO expansion by invading Ukraine, with financial support of China. Although the EU and US denounced the "war crimes" as multiple cities were bombed, several countries opted less severe sanctions to keep importing diamonds and luxury goods and gas (and their loaned money) from Russia, seemingly creating a new iron curtain in Eastern Europe.|
|2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine/Premature death||Premature deaths of mostly Russian businessman during and around when the Russian invasion commenced. There may be Ukrainian and others as well. As the list grows, it appears the men are being targeted in dozens of western countries as well.|
|Culture war||A culture war is a cultural conflict between social groups and the struggle for dominance of their values, beliefs, and practices.|
|Eurovision Song Contest||A yearly musical event held in Europe.|
|Havana syndrome||Attack on US embassy staff and spies in different locations around the world.|
|Le Cercle/1958||Exact dates uncertain|
|Operation Snow White||Religious cult breaks into 100s of international government buildings to remove their own names, is not banned.|
A citizen of Europe on Wikispooks
|Marjorie Buchser||expert from Chatham House and the World Economic Forum|
|Document:The Pinay Circle||article||1989||David Teacher|
|File:US Nuclear weapons in Europe.pdf||policy||15 March 2005||Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff|
|File:ZFacts 2005 03 15 Joint Nuclear Operations.pdf||policy||15 March 2005|
- "Facebook post shared by Walter Cairns"
- http://www.kaschachtschneider.de/en/downloads.html, http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Karl_Albrecht_Schachtschneider&oldid=586973103
- The Langemann Papers
- Daniele Ganser, pp. 23–24