Coudenhove-Kalergi , EU Migration and Ireland's Future
In 1923 Munich Germany , a man named Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi founded the Pan European Union also known as the Pan Europa Movement.
His goal was the creation of a single European State as laid down in his manifesto entitled 'Paneuropa' . His ideas would later form the rock on which the European Union would be built right down to its national Anthem - Beethoven's "Ode to Joy" which was his idea and Europe Day in May also his idea .
Kalergi was the first recipient of the Charlemagne Prize in 1950 , a Prize awarded for distinguished service on behalf of European unification and is considered by many as one of the founding fathers of the European Union .
In his book Praktischer Idealismus (Practical Idealism), written in 1925, he sets out his vision for a european race of people .
Parents and ancestors of farmers usually come from the same, sparsely populated area , the nobles from the same small upper class.
In both cases, the ancestors are mutually related by blood and therefore mostly physically, mentally, spiritually similar.
Consequently, they pass on their common traits and there is a tendency for will, passions, prejudices, inhibitions to occur at heightened levels in their children and descendants.
The traits that result from this inbreeding are loyalty, filial piety, a sense of family, caste, resistance, stubbornness, energy, narrowness , power of prejudice, lack of objectivity, narrowness of the horizon.
Here there is no variation from the previous generation but simply its repetition . conservation takes the place of development
In hybrid families the children differ strongly from each other: each forms a new variation of divergent parental and ancestral elements.
Man will be hybrid in the distant future. Today's races and castes are increasingly falling victim to the fact that space, time and Prejudice are being overcome.
The Eurasian-Negroid race of the future, outwardly similar to the ancient Egyptian, will replace the diversity of peoples with a variety of personalities
- Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi , practical idealism
An avid supporter of these ideas was Irishman Peter Sutherland . Peter Sutherland was one of the key players and thinkers within the inner circle of the EU and United Nations for many years .
A former Fine Gael politician and Attorney General from Foxrock in Dublin , he served as EU Commissioner , was on the steering committee of a secretive organisation called the Bilderberg Group , chairman of the Trilateral Commission , Director General of the World Trade Organization , served as the UN's Special Representative for International Migration and was head of the global forum on Migration .
In June 2012 , in his role as United Nations Special Representative for International Migration he told a House of Lords committee in Westminster that the EU "should be doing its best to undermine" the "homogeneity" of member states .
The following month , Mr Sutherland and EU Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom explained how this could be achieved in a joint letter to the project syndicate news website .
During the Arab revolutions, the EU missed a historic opportunity to begin weaving together the two sides of the Mediterranean.
It failed to open its doors to North Africans.
Today, the EU is making a more serious effort to engage its southern neighbourhood .
European countries must finally and honestly acknowledge that, like the United States, Canada and Australia, they are lands of immigrants
- Peter Sutherland and EU Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom
Another Fine Gael member to share these ideas is veteran Fine Gael TD Olivia Mitchell who said we needed to “expand our gene pool” as it makes us 'better looking' .
As a small island country we should be expanding our gene pool
I think as an island country cut off from the rest of Europe it’s a good thing that we have a certain amount of immigration.
Mobility of races is a good thing,
You can even see the better-looking and taller children now
- Olivia Mitchell former Fine Gael TD
If its intent is to .. "undermine homogeneity" or indeed create a .. "eurasian negroid race" , then it believes that changing the racial structure of society makes it a better place which means it shares the same belief system to the one held in Nazi Germany.
1) We return to a Normalised Immigration system like the Australian Model .
2) We Continue with the EU system .
Normal Immigration is where a Country has a shortage of skills in the labour market that can't be filled at home and in order to fill that gap issues work visas to people from abroad .
EU Immigration is where everybody regardless of a country's need or ability to cope with those persons are allowed to pile into any given country at any time without any said notice or paperwork . It also involves systematic and organised placement of people to member countries via the migrant relocation scheme .
The only possible outcome of EU Migration is the erosion of national identities and cultures , replacement of said with a pan EU identity and erosion of domestic workers rights especially wage levels .