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‘EU only stepping stone for future global governance’

French political figure Philippe de Villiers has tackled the European globalist founding myths. In an interview published in the print edition of a conservative weekly, he examines the project.

Published: March 10, 2019, 9:08 am

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    The European Union is showing signs of fragmenting and disintegrating, De Villiers told Valeurs Actuelles. “For a long time, I had the intuition that we had to go back to the source to understand where the big drift came from,” says De Villiers.

    “At the Sorbonne, everything was explained to me: The teaching of  ‘European construction’, in law, political science, history, is exclusively focused on the Jean Monnet faculty. And similar teaching modules with the same features are being financed by Brussels.

    “The academics are curious but not reckless, they do not want to lose their jobs, their lecturing slots, or their publishers. Because the Institution prohibits adventurous research, it has become the sanctuary that houses the myth.”

    In the archives of Stanford, Washington, Lausanne, Moscow, Berlin, there boxes of incredibly confidential documents from behind the scenes. These documents, according to De Villiers, reveal that Europeans are being lied to. “It’s not at all what we were told,” he said.

    In a conversation with Maurice Couve de Murville, the former Foreign Minister of Charles De Gaulle, De Villiers discovered that critics of the “United States of Europe” – a genetically diverse grouping –  were being silenced.

    European unification, according to Couve de Murville, would never be a Europe of nations but a racial melting pot of migrants. “Dear Philippe, if you want to know, all you have to do is pull on the thread of lies and everything will come undone.”

    In Monnet’s book Mémoires the forthcoming genetic programme was announced: “Have I made it sufficiently clear that European unification does not have an end in itself? It is a process … It is only a step towards the forms of organisation of the world of tomorrow.”

    Monnet was certainly not in favour of the birth of European patriotism and he firmly rejected all forms of patriotism. Instead, he was fascinated by the idea of ​​a stepping stone for future global governance and the emergence of a global mass market. “The European Union is just a stopover to Globalia,” says De Villiers.

    The French politician has accused the proponents of the founding European dream of lying to the people.

    “We have been told for seventy years: ‘We will create a European power … ‘. But there is no ‘European power’. There never was one. The founders did not want it. They obeyed orders: the Americans wanted a simple ‘Executive Commission’.

    “They wanted a post-political architecture, without the birth of a Europe without the States, but rather endowed with an external federator. They put together the package. Monnet and [Robert] Schuman were receiving funds, by order of the CIA.

    “I have published the letters of the Chase Manhattan Bank, to Monnet, signed by John MacCloy, who was his CIA handler in Algiers in 1943, and I made the whole scheme of secret funding public. There has been, for fifteen years, payments of dollars from State Department circuits.”

    De Villiers continued: “There are two shocking things about this CIA manna: the first is the lie of those who have never talked about it. If the motive for these dollars were to be admitted, it would not be occult. Monnet lies in his Mémoirs on this subject, when he swears he has never received money from a government.

    “The second shocking thing is even worse. There were counterparts to this shower of dollars, that is to say, operations of influence that were to be executed by the lucky beneficiaries of the funds in favor of the US State Department. Here, we see high treason. In fact, these people did not work for Europe but for American interests in Europe.”

    According to De Villiers, John Foster Dulles, the future Secretary of State of Eisenhower, confessed in 1942: “From a selfish point of view, we want a united Europe.” The Americans wanted to create a related market, a secondary market, he explained.

    “To dump, dispose of productive overcapacity, blow up quotas, tariffs, national laws, etc., make Europe a cultural, economic and military colony with NATO. It was for them, on the one hand, to prevent the formation of a Europe of Nations and, on the other hand, to kill in the egg of intra-European alliances that the United States could not control.”

    De Villiers singled out the German Chancellor. “Angela Merkel is part of the movement of these crazies who repeat lengths of speech playing on certain fears: ‘We will make a Europe that will protect us against the return of Hitler’.

    The French heavyweight noted that Walter Hallstein, the architect of the treaty of Rome, was the lawyer of Hitler. “Worse, he designed the mission of drawing the supranational framework of the new united Europe – Das neue Europa. “Hallstein was deeply supranationalis and hated nationalism,” says De Villiers.

    “It is odious to assign the eurosceptics, the ‘nationalists’ as they are called, or the ‘populists’ to the  reductio ad hitlerum. 

    “It is not Monnet who held the pen and it is not France who paid the ink. I publish all the documents proving that the official history of the Union – since Monnet’s Mémoirs are considered the Little Red Book of the Eurofederal project – was entirely commissioned, inspired, and financed by the CIA.”

    He added: “The unification was born from the ‘Ford Connection’ and ‘Team Monnet’.

    De Villiers has been blamed for fueling conspiracy theories, rumors, fantasies. But he says he research proves the opposite: “I publish documents, proofs. There is no fantasy. My book is even the answer to conspiracy. I discovered that Monnet and Schuman cultivated conspiracy.

    “They called themselves a ‘commando of conspirators’… It was about building a Europe safe from the peoples.”

    At the Laeken Summit, on December 15, 2001, the final communiqué presented its real goal: “The only border that the European Union traces is that of democracy and human rights.”

    As De Villiers points out: “So Europe is no longer a territory, in the geographical sense, cultural or political. It no longer belongs to physics, nor to the metaphysics of a continent. It no longer seeks to be a body politic, it is more than a body of law.”

    He described it as a pyramid of irresponsibility that has created new allegiances. “The allegiance of politicians to supranational bureaucracies, the allegiance of supranational bureaucracies to oligarchies of private interests.”

    He highlighted that EU governance was designed to be “acephalous, depoliticized and disembodied, without geopolitical content, in preparation of global governance”.

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