Politeia: "The Silent Expansions of Europe: Eurabia"
The silent, post-democratic expansion of Europe into swathes of northern Africa (Maghreb) and whole chunks of the Middle East (Mashreq), continues unabated. Nobody's been asked and no one tells, except buried news items like this morning's Yahoo!News article "Syria's Assad to seal detente with Europe". (...) The Eurocrats' magic word for expanding the sphere of influence is 'interdependence,' the vehicle talking-shops and environmental projects pending reluctance to unleash overt cultural cooperation on the peoples of Europe. The excuse, Hegelian 'world historical events' leading to Kantian world government at any price. (...) >>>
Updated: 13th July 2008
Fjordman on The Brussels Journal has an interesting commentary to preceding
posts: "European Leaders Agree to Create Eurabia"
(...) The EU involves the free movement of people across borders. If it expands to the Middle East, hundreds of millions of Muslims will have free access to Germany, Italy, France, Britain, Sweden and the Czech Republic. If Turkey becomes a member, it means that Greeks, Bulgarians and others who have fought against oppression by Ottoman Turks for centuries will now be flooded with Muslims from a rapidly re-Islamizing Turkey. The same goes for Poles, Hungarians, Romanians and others who fought against Muslims for centuries. Appeasement of Islam is so deeply immersed in the structural DNA of the EU that the only way to stop the Islamization of Europe is to dismantle the European Union. All of it. >>>
... committed to common growth, common values ...!EUX: EU President Barroso Speech on EuroMed (link to video material)
Updated: 28th Mar 2008
CNN: "Sarkozy touts Mediterranean plan"
(...) Sarkozy (...) won "unanimous" backing for his plan to forge closer political ties with Europe's North African and Mideast neighbors (...) two-day EU summit, but the specific details of the plan will still have to be worked out by June (...) The project would involve 39 partners -- the 27-nation EU plus a dozen on the Mediterranean's southern shores, from Mauritania to Algeria, Egypt, Israel, the Palestinian Authority to Syria and Turkey. (...) his plan was watered down to appease opponents (...) Merkel had been the plan's biggest critic in recent months. (...) all leaders agreed to "give more volume" to EU ties with the Mediterranean region, including a name change that could blow new life into existing policies. (...) the bloc needs to do more to promote political and economic reforms (... they) did not agree on adding extra EU cash for the project. (...) "The objective is not solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (...) appealing to the EU to "initiate a new stage for cooperation" between Europe and its southern neighbors (...) the creation of a joint presidency, with one EU member and one non-EU member state assisted by a permanent staff of 20 bureaucrats. (...) launching the project at a July 13 EU summit in Paris, which would make it the highlight of France's turn at the helm of the six-month, rotating EU presidency. (...) the EU already has a 2-billion-euro-a-year (US$3 billion) aid program for its Mediterranean neighbors. (...) so watered down that they are basically the same as existing EU policies for the region like the so-called "Euromed" program, launched in 1995 in Barcelona, Spain, (... which) also aims to create a Euro-Mediterranean free trade area by 2010. But progress has been disappointing due to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the refusal of many Arab states to abide by international human rights standards. In the 10 years up to 2005, the EU has doled out 20 billion euros (US$30 billion) in grants and soft loans to the region (...) >>>
Updated: Mar 13th, 2008
Politeia: "Europe's Speechless, Frantic Surrender"
(...) A conference on "Racism, Xenophobia and the Media" in Vienna in May 2006 was coordinated by the EU. By the end of 2006, the network of media practitioners involved in the Euro-Arab Dialogue had grown to over 500 (pdf). (...) Benita Ferrero-Waldner, European Commissioner for External Relations and European Neighbourhood Policy (read: Eurabian affairs), addressed the assembly of journalists. According to her (...) >>>
(Updated: 19th Jan. 2008)
... It is only when physically confronted with one of the incubators, (...) the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network, one of Euro-Arabian talking shops as brought in evidence by the author Bat Ye'or in "Eurabia". Its main task appears to be the production of a plethora of invective, directed at the state of Israel ...
If the United Nations Human Rights Commission c.q. Council is anything to go by, the campaign against Israel may in fact be the organization's main raison d'etre, advocacy to "delete the border" being a close second. But I'm sure that taking to task the proud nations of Europe over 'violations' under the mono-lateral redistribution of speech rights regime, as recently Saudi Arabia in Copenhagen had the pleasure of doing, constitutes an important platform to further push the Islamization card. >>>
Updated: 30th Oct. 2007
Alarab Online: "Athens hosts the 2007 Summit of Euro-Mediterranean"
Greek President Karolos Papoulias will inaugurate the 2007 Summit of Euro-Mediterranean Economic and Social Councils and Similar Institutions in Athens on 15-16 October 2007. (...) >>>
Updated: 30th Oct. 2007
Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network: "First Arab-European Dialogue on Human Rights and Terrorism"
For the first time, high-level politicians and human rights professionals from Europe and the Arab world gathered (...) >>>
Updated: 25th July 2007
- "The Unholy Alliance"
- "In Defense of Liberty"
- "The Jihad Project"
- "Stop Islamization of Europe"
- "Apostating Islam"
- "Muslims versus Sharia"