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125,994.  Not many people have heard of the Kalergi pan-European plan for Europe.  In the 1920s Freemason (in 1922 Kalergi became a member of the Masonic lodge Humanitas) Count Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi wrote a book entitled Praktischer Idealismus (practical idealism) which set forth his views on how he believed thee abolition of the right to self-determination and liquidation of European countries should be carried out with the formation of the European Union.  

 

After the publication of the book, Kalergi received help from the baron millionaire Louis Nathaniel de Rothschild who linked him to one of his friends

Max Warburg.  Warburg financed Kalergi to help form his European movement.  Kalergi urged not only the destruction of European states, but also the deliberate genocide of indigenous peoples through forced mass migration to create a homogenous mass.  

 

The pan-European plann of Kalergi envisiged the use of violent and disproportionate mass immigration, especially from non-European countries, in order to bring about a common European state dictatorship and the destruction of the indigenous white population – the nationalities of Europe.  (Plan & Immigration & Europe & European Union)  Quora online, ‘What was the Kalergi Plan?’

 

 

6,118.  The Black Death wiped out between a third and two thirds of the entire population of Europe.  In England alone, more than two million people are thought to have died of it.  (Evolution & England & Europe & Pandemic & Human Being)  Man on Earth with Tony Robinson IV: The Modern World

 

 

18,937.  I’ve decided to take a year off.  Actually, I’m going to Europe.  (Gangstas: New Jersey & Europe)  The Sopranos: No Show s4e2 starring James Gandolfini & Lorriane Bracco & Edie Falco & Michael Imperioli & Dominic Chianese & Steven van Zandt & Tony Sirico & Robert Iler et al, Meadow to Carmela

 

18,938.  What the fuck’s in Europe?  (Gangstas: New Jersey & Europe)  ibid.  Tony to Carmela

 

 

28,280.  I said, yet again, for Germany, Europe is not only indispensable, it is part and parcel of our identity.  We've always said German unity, European unity and integration, that’s two parts of one and the same coin.  But we want, obviously, to boost our competitiveness.  (Germany & Europe)  Angela Merkel

 

 

71,616.  Nobody in Europe will be abandoned.  Nobody in Europe will be excluded.  Europe only succeeds if we work together.  Angela Merkel

 

 

29,886.  The English feel they are distinct from Europe.  (England & Europe)  Martin Amis's England, BBC 2014

 

 

60,043.  France, and the whole of Europe have a great culture and an amazing history.  Most important thing though is that people there know how to live!  In America they’ve forgotten all about it.  I’m afraid that the American culture is a disaster.  (France & Europe & Culture)  Johnny Depp

 

 

71,604.  I want the whole of Europe to have one currency; it will make trading much easier.  (Europe & Currency)  Napoleon Bonaparte

 

 

71,605.  Europe is a mole-hill.  Everything wears out.  My glory is already past.  And this tiny Europe does not offer enough of it.  We must go to the East – all great glory has always been gained there.  Napoleon Bonaparte

 

 

71,606.  Without Britain Europe would remain only a torso.  Ludwig Erhard 1897-1977

 

 

71,607.  In the nightmare of the dark

All the dogs of Europe bark,

And the living nations wait,

Each sequestered in its hate.  (Europe & World War II)  W H Auden, In Memory of W B Yeats, 1940

 

 

71,608.  Yes, it is Europe, from the Atlantic to the Urals, is it Europe, it is the whole of Europe, that will decide the fate of the world.  Charles de Gaulle, speech 1959

 

 

71,609.  A Europe of nations.  Charles de Gaulle 1962

 

 

71,610.  Europe has never existed.  It is not the addition of national sovereignties in a conclave which creates an entity.  One must genuinely create Europe.  Jean Monnet, French economist and diplomat

 

 

71,611.  We must anew commence the salvation of Europe.  William Pitt the younger 1795

 

 

71,612.  What helps it now, that Byron bore,

With haughty scorn which mocked the smart,

Through Europe to the Aetolian shore

The pageant of his bleeding heart?

That thousands counted every groan,

And Europe made his woe her own?  Matthew Arnold, Stanzas from Grand Chartreuse second series

 

 

71,613.  Leave this Europe where they are never done talking of Man, yet murder men everywhere they find them.  Frantz Fanon 1925-61, The Wretched of the Earth

 

 

71,614.  The age of chivalry is gone.  That of sophisters, economists, and calculators, has succeeded; and the glory of Europe is extinguished for ever.  (Europe & France)  Edmund Burke, Reflections on the Revolution in France

 

 

71,615.  Business carried on as usual during alternations on the map of Europe.  (Europe & World War I)  Winston Churchill 1914

 

 

71,633.  It is not a movement of parties but a movement of people.  Europe can only be united by the heartfelt wish and vehement expression of the great majority of all the people in all the parties in all the freedom-loving countries no matter where they dwell or how they vote.  (European Union & Europe)  Winston Churchill

 

 

71,617.  Europe is so well gardened that it resembles a work of art, a scientific theory, a neat metaphysical system.  Man has re-created Europe in his own image.  Aldous Huxley

 

 

71,618.  France had a policy, initiated by General de Gaulle, of trying to turn Europe into what was then called a ‘third force’, independent of the two superpowers, so Europe should pursue an independent course.  Noam Chomsky

 

 

94,937.  If Europe did not receive massive financial assistance and adopt a coherent recovery program, American officials were fearful that the Communist left would triumph, perhaps even through free elections.  Melvyn Leffler 

 

 

71,619.  The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.  (Europe & World War I)  Edward Grey

 

 

71,620.  The Europeans are all deeply tainted with prejudices, both ecclesiastical and temporal, which they can never get rid of.  They are all infected with episcopal and Presbyterian creeds, and confessions of faith.  They all believe that great Principle which has produced this boundless universe, Newton’s universe and Herschell’s universe, came down to this little ball, to be spit upon by Jews.  And until this awful blasphemy is got rid of, there never will be any liberal science in the world.  John Adams, letter to Thomas Jefferson 22 January 1825

 

 

71,621.  Europe is not really even a geographic entity; it is separated from Asia only at one point, the Bosphorus, by a small stretch of water.  North of that there is continuity over the Russians steppes, a complete terrestrial flow.  I suggest that is also true of culture, and indeed of social organization.  Indeed Europe has never been purely isolated, purely Christian.  Instead of Christian Europe, one has to see the continent as penetrated by the three world religions that originated in the Near East and which indeed had a common mythology or sacred text; in order of arrival these were Judaism, Christianity and Islam ... All have equal entitlements to be present, and in this general (‘objective’) sense none can be considered only as the Other; they are part of Europe, part of our heritage.  Jack Goody, Islam in Europe

 

 

83,761.  Michael:  She was from Europe.

 

Dwight:  OK.  I bet she had hairy armpits.  (Office & Europe)  The Office US: Niagara II s6e5

 

 

105,473.  How Isis and al-Qaeda brought terror to Europe … a trail of evidence across France, Belgium and Spain … and why Europe remains so vulnerable.  (Terror & Europe)  Frontline: Terror in Europe, PBC 2016

 

105,474.  In 2012 the war in Syria dramatically changed the European security landscape.  It spawned a new jihadist movement – Isis – which set out to be even more brutal than al-Qaeda.  In 2014 the group formally split from al-Qaeda and declared a Caliphate, or Islamic state.  (Terror & Europe)  ibid. 

 

105,475.  Hundreds more fighters were returning to Europe without specific terrorist missions and hundreds of Europeans had been radicalised at home without visiting Syria.  Any one of them could have posed a threat.  (Terror & Europe)  ibid. 

 

105,476.  The systemic problems remains and Europe is as vulnerable as ever.  (Terror & Europe)  ibid.

 

 

121,717.  Centuries ago Europe was a battleground fought over by kings and queens.  For hundreds of years power-hungry families fought for the right to rule.  And Europe transformed.  These rivalries shifted borders, destroyed cities and brought the population to its knees.  The fate of millions depended on their fueds and passions, their obsessions and betrayals.  (Europe & Great Britain & England & France)  Dan Jones, Britain’s War of Thrones: The Hundred Years War I, History 2018

 

121,718.  For 300 years the Capetian dynasty reigns in France, one of the most powerful kingdoms in Europe.  (Europe & Great Britain & England & France)  ibid.

 

121,719.  This bloody struggle was the longest war in European history: it became known as the Hundred Years War.  (Europe & Great Britain & England & France)  ibid.

 

121,720.  Edward III was now the undisputed master of England.  (Europe & Great Britain & England & France)  ibid. 

 

121,721.  Edward was coming for Philip’s throne.  (Europe & Great Britain & England & France)  ibid.  

 

121,722.  It’s difficult to imagine the scale of the disaster that took place at Cressy: more than 1,500 French lords and knights were killed and 10,000 soldiers were massacred by English arrows.  The English only lost 2 knights and 80 men.  (Europe & Great Britain & England & France)  ibid.

 

121,723.  In early 1348 a plague known as the Black Death sweapt across France killing one third of the population.  In August it jumped across the Channel.  (Europe & Great Britain & England & France)  ibid.

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