tsakant, is conspiracytheoristo archyvo, 2008. saukiau gvaltas jewrolithuienijos ineto tyruose, rasiau, kad viena ryta atsibusit tarp minaretu, bet runkeliu makaules po zombiadeziniais salmais (“mano briuselis mane saugo nuo Putino“) sunkiai pramusamos teisingu pasaulio supratimu :
Secret European Union-agreements with 10 European and North African Countries
Abstract from the Barcelona – Euro Mediterranean Declaration of 1995:
The Euro Mediterranean Declaration was agreed upon by the EU, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, the Palestinian Authority, Syria, Lebanon, Turkey and Israel and comprises:
Comprehensive political partnership, among other things about:
Establishing a free trade area and economic integration to begin in the year of 2010
Considerably more money for the partners
Respect for Islam Is Guaranteed by the EU
Multiculturalism is to be respected in order to promote tolerance between different ethnic groups in society. The importance of a resolute common campaign against racism, xenophobia and intolerance is emphasized. [Breaking News – January 2008 !!!]
Close mutual European-Muslim influence on radio, television, newspapers and magazines is to bring about cultural understanding. The EU will actively promote such mutual influences. Youth exchange is one of the instruments for cooperation between future Euro Mediterranean generations. Barcelona declaration adopted at the Euro-Mediterranean Conference [27-28/11/95]
Open letter to the Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen
from Anders Bruun Laursen
June 27. 2006
To the Prime Minister
Allow me the following three questions:
Question 1: Why have you, our politicians, and the media told us nothing about the Euromediterranean Project, which has been in existence for more than 10 years now?
Question 2: Why is our 1000-year-old identity, religion and culture to be removed and replaced by islam?
[…] thus dismantling our religion and culture, which are called ‘stereotypes and prejudices’.
Question 3: Do you believe, that the credibility of your government and confidence in the undemocratic EU will grow, as we ‘grassroots’ spread knowledge about the Euromediterranean/Euro-Arabian project?
Do you not think it is about time for you and your government to start informing us thoroughly about the Euromediterranean Project and its propaganda machinery?
The European Union and the European Council Want to Remove Our Ancient Identity
‘Cultural policy must avoid the popular distinction between ‘them’ and ‘us’, even mentioning ‘the other’ , as this opens the gate for imposing collective identity on the individual’.
‘Identity is the root of all conflicts’
(World Culture Forum Alliance, founded by the Ford Foundation, which is inextricably tied to the US Council on Foreign Relations and the CIA. The EU and the European Council are also attached to the WCFA)
The Danish Foreign Ministry is educating us from our ‘stereotypes and prejudices’ towards Islamic culture – and so reflects the program of the Euro Mediterranean propaganda apparatus: the Anna Lindh Foundation, founded by the Arab League, the EU, European Council, and the UNESCO:
‘We will tackle stereotypes and prejudices and ignorance and change the daily ‘news journalism’ to portray every-day life of ordinary people, which can create identification and fascination – and intercultural understanding. We will tackle our stereotypic images of people from foreign cultures and make new experiments with pictures in public places, in the media, and advertising.
And we will have common projects with people from other cultures. We will develop the intercultural skills of journalists, school pupils and artists and exchange people from these groups with (muslim) colleagues. We will manage art and cultural productions. We will train the school teachers and influence their education to be multicultural.
And we will influence the curricula of the schools to become multicultural by means of revision of existing textbooks and educational materials.
We will arrange giant Muslim Youth Festivals – like the ‘Images of The Middle East’, which lasted 6 weeks in 2006 in Denmark.