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|Posted: Sat Aug 31, 2019 11:53 pm Post subject: Audacious 1923 Coudenhove-Kalergi plan for a European nation
|Kalergi plan and the hidden interests behind mass immigration
Wednesday, 15 May 2019 19:30 Written by A.S. Comments:2 Comments
Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi (Photo: Wikipedia)
The issue of mass immigration is currently dividing the European public. While those on the left are in favor of open borders policy and mass immigration from the third world, the numbers of those Europeans that believe that the multicultural experiment has fail is on the rise. They believe that we need stronger border controls which will stop the waves of immigrants coming to Europe. In every case it’s becoming clear that the elites from Brussels have some personal interests hidden behind their support for mass immigration. The new ambiguous laws and declarations which will allow even more steady migrations are certainly not just the result of some misgiven humanitarianism of those elites. But the main questions rising among Europeans are, what are those hidden interests? Why are many European leaders ready to risk their reputations, and even their votes, because of their almost fanatical support for mass immigration from the Middle East and Africa to our old continent?
If we want to know the answers to this questions, we have to research the so called »Kalergi plan«, which can help us understand the real goals behind the happenings in Europe today, and behind this seemingly irrational support for mass immigration. The man behind this ominous plan was Richard von Coudenhove Kalergi, one of the main architects and ideologues of European Union, but in spite of his important role in the creation of the EU, he remains unknown to the general public in Europe today.
Ideological Father of the European Union
Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi, who was one of the first proponents of the European integrations and the founder of the Paneuropean Union, is regarded as the ideological father of the European Union. It was on his suggestion that the Beethoven’s 9th Symphony of his famous Ode to Joy composition became the hymn of Europe, and he also worked closely with the team that designed the flag of European Union. But his influence didn’t stop with the hymns or flags. It ran much deeper, to the very foundations of the EU. It was him who has through his works laid the blueprint of the EU, by advocating the unification of European states into one Paneuropean entity.
Kalergi who, as we shall see, announced the coming of the new racially mixed man, was himself of racially mixed background. He was half Austrian, half Japanese, born in Tokyo in 1894, where his father, a diplomat and a member of the nobility, served as the ambassador to the Austro Hungarian Empire. He spent most of his youth on the family estate in Czechoslovakia, until 1908 when he went to study in Vienna, where he continued to live and work after his studies. He joined the prominent Masonic Grand Lodge Humanitas in 1921, and founded his movement the Paneuropean Union a year later. This movement mostly stood for European integrations, which would result in the creation of the United States of Europe with one common market, common currency and an unrestricted, free movement of the population. The colonies which some European countries held at that time would also be incorporated into this new European super-state, which would in fact enable mass migrations of Africans into Europe. Kalergi claimed that a lasting peace could be achieved only with the abolition of the nation states which were in his opinion, because of their everlasting rivalries, the main reason for wars in Europe. This were the main ideas and principles which Kalergi explained in his Paneuropean Manifesto, published in 1923.
Support of the international bankers
Kalergi's proposals, views and ideas gained a lot of attention and support among many important politicians of that era, including Ignaz Seipel, who served twice as Federal Chancellor of Austria, Austrian Minister of Foreign Affairs Karl Renner, the first President of Czechoslovakia Tomaš Masaryk, the first Czechoslovakian Minister of Foreign Affairs, and its second president, Edvard Beneš, French president and Nobel prize winner Aristide Briand, French politician, who later on served as the President of France three times, Leon Blum, and Austrian politician and lawyer Konrad Adenauer, who later became Chancellor of West Germany.
But it wasn’t just the politicians who supported the ideas and views of Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi. He also gained a lot of support among influential bankers. After he published his most important work titled Practical Idealism in 1925, in which he described in detail his vision of future Europe, his Paneuropean Movement received a generous donation of 60,000 German Goldmarks from an international banker Max Warburg. Kalergi came in contact with Max Warburg through Baron Louis Rothschild, a prominent member of the famous banking Rothschild family, which is known as one of the richest families in the world even today. The Rothschilds were of course also big supporters of Kalergi and of his plans for the creation of Pan Europe, the super state which would unite all European nations into a single entity. With the help of the Rothschilds and Max Warburg, Kalergi became acquainted with many influential bankers from Wall Street such as Paul Warburg, the brother of Max Warburg, Jacob Schilf and Bernard Baruch. Paul Warburg and Jacob Schilf are also known as the people who helped establish the American Federal Reserve Bank. But what is even more interesting, is the fact that the above mentioned Jacob Schilf, a known capitalist, financed the Russian revolution and the Bolsheviks, and it was him who gave Trotsky the financial means for his return to Russia.
Many people saw Kalergi's endeavors for European integrations and a United Europe as a noble cause. They believed that his main objective was to raise the standard of living and to achieve an everlasting peace, because he himself used this kind of rhetoric, when preaching about his ideals; he claimed that he is fighting for the prosperity of the whole humankind. But hidden beneath this noble humanistic rhetoric, were not so noble personal interests of his main financial supporters. The crisis that we are witnessing in Europe today are in fact the direct consequences of their goals and of their struggle, which is still being presented as some kind of a humanistic effort.
»The man of the future will be of mixed race«
The main goal of Kalergi's plans was not just the abolition of the national states. He went much further than that, as he also wanted to erase the European nations, which would be replaced with the new kind of people, who would fit better into his vision of a future European super state. He described this new type of man in his above mentioned book, Practical Idealism:
»The man of the future will be of mixed race. The races and classes of today will gradually disappear due to the elimination of space, time, and prejudice. The Eurasian-negroid race of the future, similar in appearance to the Ancient Egyptians, will replace the current diversity of peoples and the diversity of individuals. «
And it was precisely this vision of the future citizen of Europe that delighted the international elite of bankers, freemasons and other influential businessmen, which started to finance the Paneuropean Union, after the publication of Practical Idealism. It was this same elite that helped Kalergi to immigrate to the United States at the outbreak of the Second World War, where he continued his work and struggle for the European integrations. While in the USA, he also gained a lot of support from major newspapers, such as The New York Times, which published his articles on regular basis. Kalergi's ideas even gained support from U.S. President Harry Truman after the war, when he stumbled upon an article written by Kalergi in some newspaper. As for Kalergi himself, he moved to France after the war, where he continued with his efforts towards the establishment of the European super state. He was a pioneer of the European integrations and he also set the foundations for a new world order in which the diverse nations will disappear through the mixing of different peoples, and will gradually be replaced by one monotone population, or in different words, by one human herd controlled by the international elites.
Pioneer of Multiculturalism
Kalergi's ideas and views represent the plan for the demographic replacement of native Europeans through race mixing and planned mass migration. Keep in mind that Kalergi also included African colonies in his new Pan Europe, which would mean that the population of the black continent could freely move to Europe. The consequences of this would be of course a new population of mongrels, without a clearly defined identity, or a sense of belonging and loyalty to any particular culture or nation. And that is exactly the kind of population that would suit the international elites, because they are well aware that it is easier to control the masses of individuals. These elites crave total power over us, and they know that they could never achieve complete domination over the once homogenous nations of Europe, which would always stay loyal to their own tradition, culture and religion. So the only way for them to achieve total domination is by mixing different peoples and races into one human herd, which is exactly what Kalergi advocated in his plans. These plans are being put into action by certain elites from Brussels exactly for the above reasons. Their main goal is the creation of a new totalitarianism of political correctness under the mask of human rights. That is the real reason behind their constant support for mass immigration, for Marrakesh declaration type documents and resolutions that they are pushing, and for their praise of the supposedly so enriching multiculturalism that they are promoting through mainstream media every day. So it turns out that Kalergi was not only a pioneer of European integrations, but was also a pioneer of multiculturalism, and an architect of a new world order.
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|The European Union’s Very Strange Father
Behold, Richard Nikolaus Eijiro, Count of Coudenhove-Kalergi (November 16, 1894 – July 27, 1972), an Austrian-Japanese politician, philosopher, and Count of Coudenhove-Kalergi. The main pioneer of European integration, he served for 49 years as the founding president of the Paneuropean Union, the basis and ideological foundation of the European Union. He proposed the EU’s anthem and symbols, the adoption of a single currency and most of the EU’s main policy lines, including the ideal of turning it into a “United States of Europe.”
This may sound incredible but, in 45 years a European-born citizen of a European Union country, correspondent in Europe (including stints in Brussels, the EU capital) for a large American newspaper, never in my life I heard of this man until I did, by sheer chance, a few weeks ago.
I suspect many people who think they know a lot about the EU don’t know anything, or at least very much, about the EU’s father. That is just weird, because this was a truly fascinating man, so much more interesting than, say, Jean Monnet or other gray bureaucrats who are often celebrated for their later and smaller contributions to the EU project.
The son of an Austro-Hungarian Count and a Japanese lady of means, Count Richard was a freemason and an ardent philosemite at a time of growing anti-semitism in Europe. He was also for mass racial mixing, even though he never had any known biological children of his own. In his 1925 book “Praktischer Idealismus,” he wrote that he wanted the indigenous people of Europe to disappear slowly by interbreeding them with African, Asian and Middle Eastern immigrants who would be encouraged to arrive in Europe in vast numbers.
As the father of two beautiful Eurasian children, I feel strange writing this stuff about mandatory interbreeding (I can assure you, reader, that in my case the interbreeding wasn’t mandatory), but it appears, to the best of my knowledge, to be Count Richard’s blueprint for the future of an unified Europe. And it gets weirder.
Strangely, the Count’s plan didn’t involve Jews, as they (given their intellectual superiority, Count Richard argued) would be allowed a separate status as a sort of natural nobility towering over the newly-minted brown masses from their capital city at Jerusalem (in 1925, an Arab-majority city in a British mandate). This is how he puts it in the aforementioned book, one of many he published:
“The man of the far future will be of mixed race. Today’s races and castes will fall victim to the increasing overcoming of space, time, and prejudice. The Eurasian-Negroid future race, outwardly similar to the ancient Egyptians, will replace the diversity of peoples with a diversity of individuals… Instead of destroying European Jewry, Europe, against its own will, refined and educated this people into a future leader-nation through this artificial selection process. No wonder that this people, that escaped Ghetto-Prison, developed into a spiritual nobility of Europe. Therefore a gracious Providence provided Europe with a new race of nobility by the Grace of Spirit. This happened at the moment when Europe’s feudal aristocracy became dilapidated, and thanks to Jewish emancipation.”
This is what he wrote. You may find it weird, shocking, an excellent plan or whatever. I don’t know what to tell you. Let’s continue:
According to the Count’s autobiography, at the beginning of 1924 his friend Baron Louis de Rothschild introduced him to Max Warburg, a German-Jewish banker (*) who offered to finance his movement for the next three years by giving him 60,000 gold marks. Warburg remained sincerely interested in the movement for the remainder of his life and served as an intermediate for Coudenhove-Kalergi with influential Americans such as banker Paul Warburg, a relative of Max, and financier Bernard Baruch.
It must be said that this American support is not coincidental: Pan-Americanism is an even older movement than Pan-Europeanism, starting with a conference in 1889, extending all the way to its latest meeting in 2001, including a moment of peak attention during World War I when people such as U.S. Secretary of State Robert Lansing were on board. For example, the “Pan-American Scientific Congress” held several meetings (**).
Some have suggested that Pan-Americanism was always an obvious U.S. ploy to secure greater control over its neighboring American states, and ensure no external power would meddle with them. That view appears to have been shared by the U.S. Latin American neighbors.
In Europe, in April 1924 Coudenhove-Kalergi founded the journal Paneuropa (1924–1938) of which he was editor and principal author, on the basis of ideas first published in his 1923 book Pan-Europa. The next year he started publishing his main work, the Kampf um Paneuropa (The fight for Paneuropa, 1925–1928, three volumes).
The Count then launched the Pan-Europa movement, which held its first Congress in 1926 in Vienna, as the first popular movement for a united Europe. In an interview during that congress with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Count Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi expressed the support of Jews by the Pan-European movement and the benefits to Jews with the elimination of racial hatred and economic rivalry that would be brought by a United States of Europe.
In 1927, French politician Aristide Briand was elected honorary president of the Pan-Europa movement. Public figures who attended Pan-Europa congresses over the next few years included Albert Einstein, Thomas Mann and Sigmund Freud. For a while, the Count courted Fascist Italy, hoping for virile support from Benito Mussolini; the Count was a hot ticket, despite the Nazis’ strong distaste for his movement.
How hot? OK, let’s put it this way. Staying one step ahead of the Nazis during the World War II, he continued his call for the unification of Europe along the Paris-London axis. His wartime politics and adventures served as the real life basis for fictional Resistance hero Victor Laszlo, the character in Casablanca who is married to Ingrid Bergman’s character, Stephen Dorril wrote in his 2000 book “MI6: Inside the Covert World of Her Majesty’s Secret Intelligence Service.” (***)
The Count published his work Crusade for Paneurope in 1944. His appeal for the unification of Europe enjoyed some support from Winston Churchill, Allen Dulles, and “Wild Bill” Donovan, as he was firmly in the VIPs radar. In the winter of 1945, Harry S. Truman read an article in the December issue of Collier’s magazine that Coudenhove-Kalergi posted about the integration of Europe, according to the Japanese academic Hidenori Tozawa, author of a 2013 book on the Count.
This article impressed Truman, and it was adopted to the United States’ official policy. Winston Churchill’s celebrated speech of 19 September 1946 to the Academic Youth in Zurich, which was perfectly in line with such policy, commended “the exertions of the Pan-European Union which owes so much to Count Coudenhove-Kalergi and which commanded the services of the famous French patriot and statesman Aristide Briand,” wrote Walter Lipgens and Wilfried Loth in their exhausting 1988 compilation “Documents on the History of European Integration, Volume 3: The Struggle for European Union by Political Parties and Pressure Groups in Western European Countries 1945–1950.”
In November 1946 and the spring of 1947, Coudenhove-Kalergi circulated an enquiry addressed to members of European parliaments. This enquiry resulted in the founding of the European Parliamentary Union, a nominally private organization that held its preliminary conference on 4–5 July at Gstaad, Switzerland, and followed it with its first full conference from 8 to 12 September. Speaking at the first EPU conference, Coudenhove-Kalergi argued that the constitution of a wide market with a stable currency was the vehicle for Europe to reconstruct its potential and take the place it deserves within the concert of Nations. On less guarded occasions he was heard to advocate a revival of Charlemagne’s empire, added Lipgens and Loth.
The 1972–1973 academic year at the College of Europe was named in his honour. Coudenhove-Kalergi proposed Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy” as the music for the European Anthem. He also proposed a Europe Day, a single currency, European postage stamp and many artefacts for the movement including badges and pennants. This very strange man, a great admirer of Trotsky and the Soviet Union, received the first Charlemagne Prize (also won by Bill Clinton, Tony Blair and Henry Kissinger) in 1950, and probably killed himself.
(* Warburg is (in)famous as he remained as member of the German central bank’s board for two years after Hitler’s takeover)
(** Lansing gave a keynote to the 1915 meeting, which stated: ‘Pan-Americanism is an expression of the idea of internationalism. America has become the guardian of that idea, which will in the end rule the world. Pan-Americanism is the most advanced as well as the most practical form of that idea. It has been made possible because of our geographical isolation, of our similar political institutions, and of our common conception of human rights. Since the European war began other factors have strengthened this natural bond and given impulse to the movement. Never before have our people so fully realized the significance of the words, “Peace” and “Fraternity.” Never have the need and benefit of international cooperation in every form of human activity been so evident as they are to-day.’)
(***I know what you’re thinking: what about the Hungarian count in The English Patient, the movie and the novel? Apparently, our count has nothing to do with that character, which is loosely based on László Almásy, a well-known desert explorer in 1930s Egypt, who helped the German side in World War II.)
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