Europe is a conundrum of epic proportions. For thousands of years, the different peoples of Europe have been interacting by way of trade, friendship and war (mostly war), but in modern times we are seeing a different kind of Europe emerge. Since the second world war, western Europe has been mostly at peace and the establishment powers have attempted to create the European Union, a political and economic union of European states, with the end goal of Europe becoming a nation state in its own right. The union so far has sought to erode national identities and undermine the sovereignty of nation states by placing supreme power in the hands of a centralised commission that is removed and detached from the people. This is clearly not the right way to go.
However, given the unique cultural and ethnic ties we share as Europeans, it is foolish to suggest that there should be no closer cooperation between England and Germany than between England and India. What we of course want to do is preserve the peace in Europe for the next millennia, as well as enjoy close trade and tourism ties with our nearest European neighbours. But, a federal Europe of big business rules and ethno-cultural masochism is not the way to go.
Europeans must unite with those with whom they have the closest links – ethnically and culturally – in order for any type of alliance to succeed on an equal footing. For example, one of the main problems with the European Union is the cultural divide between north and south. The establishment in Brussels believe they can unite countries such as Greece and Italy in an economic union with powerhouses such as Germany – this has proved a total failure as we have seen in Greece. The migration issues in Europe also stem from the same root cause. Western Europe is flooded with Slavic migrants from eastern Europe as the economic push/pull factors are so one-sided.
To this end, a 3-tier European alliance would be the best solution. A Celtic-Germanic alliance in the north of Europe consisting of the British nations, the Scandinavian nations, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, France and Belgium. In the east, a Slavic alliance consisting of the Visegrad nations, the Baltic nations and the nations of the Balkan peninsula. In the south, a Mediterranean alliance of Greece, Italy, Cyprus, Spain and Portugal. This groups together nations of similar culture and ethnic groups, as well as those of similar economic prosperity and production which will ensure an economic union can run smoothly.
In a triple alliance such as this, issues that the current European Union has such as one-sided migration would cease to be issues at all. In a Celtic-Germanic alliance for example, the nations involved all have the same or similar standards of living, cost of living, average wage, house prices and so on, meaning that the push and pull factors for migration are practically non-existent. Therefore, border relaxations within this alliance would be acceptable as this would mostly be taken advantage of for tourism, which is a positive both economically and culturally. In any event, some migration within this alliance would not be a big issue in itself, due to the ethnic similarities within the group – small numbers of migrants can be more easily assimilated into the host culture if they belong to a similar ethnic group. An Englishman would be able to assimilate into German society much more easily than a Spanish person or an Arab.
Crucially, any European alliance such as this must not be a federation, but a confederation, whereby decisions can be taken at a supranational level on certain economic and political matters, but individual sovereign nation states retain overall control of their affairs – they must be able to overrule any decision taken at a supranational level if they deem fit. There must be no common currency between European nations, as this only serves to erode sovereignty. An exchange rate mechanism or something similar would suffice.
One area where European groups must be aligned is on the issue of external borders. The entirety of the European continent (excluding Turkey, which is 97% in Asia anyway) must be united in creating ‘fortress Europe’. This means maintaining a firebrand external immigration policy, ensuring that not one more non-European can move permanently to any European nation state. Europe has for too long been tricked by the globalists into believing we have some sort of moral duty to allow hordes of migrants from the 3rd world into our countries – no more. This must stop. Europe will only remain as Europe as long as it is populated by ethnic Europeans!
Only through an indefinite period of isolationism can Europe rebuild its culture and ethnic homogeneity once more. If European nations persist in involving themselves so readily in international issues of migration and foreign wars, they will not survive the next century. European nations owe nothing to the rest of the world – there is only so many times we can apologise for colonialism.
A fortress Europe with strong internal alliances can survive the next millennia easily, without doubt achieving greatness time and again.