"Europe" Is a Colony of the United States

What is Europe? Increasingly, “Europe” is simply a colony of the US. The EU is NATO is the US. It’s all the same thing. They aren’t even separate anymore. They’ve all merged together. What is the EU anyway? Mostly bankers, especially in Germany. Who do German bankers link with? Bankers in New York, politicians in Washington. It’s a deep alliance for some time now. These people also control German media.
The Netherlands elite, basically a monarchy, have been sucking up to the US forever now. Everyone thinks the Netherlands is such a groovy place, but the elite are really low people.
Denmark, the UK, Germany, Norway, the Netherlands and even Sweden and believe it or not Spain are in deep with something called Atlanticism. Altanticism is a political philosophy whereby European elites and states ally with the United States across the Altantic. Atlanticism is deeply tied in with NATO. The original Atlanticist states were the Netherlands, the UK, Denmark, and Norway. It has now expanded to include Spain and Germany at the very least.
Most of Eastern Europe, especially Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, part of Rumsfeld’s “New Europe” are simply colonies, satellites and satraps of the US. They have hitched their wagon to the US for better or for worse. Georgia is now part of this group. Bulgaria and France are reluctant to go along, but get bullied hard by the US when they try to run off the plantation. They are just following Uncle Sam’s orders. Greece is no longer a country.
This Atlanticist thing goes back to NATO. To get rid of Atlanticism, get rid of NATO. I always wondered why the Soviets hated NATO so much, and now I am starting to get it. I am not sure if NATO has always been this way, but right now, NATO is evil. ISIS was a NATO project. The rest of the monstrous Syrian rebels are current NATO projects. The current bullying of Russia and strong alliance with the Ukrainian Nazis is a NATO project. I think it is time to roll up NATO. It does more harm than good.
European elites ally with the US at their peril. A current trade agreement that the US is trying to strong-arm Europe into signing would be a catastrophe for the EU. It would lead to the destruction of much of the EU economy (which the US desires as the EU is a US competitor) and the colonization of the EU by US multinational corporations. The US does not have the best interests of the EU at heart. It’s the Big Bad Wolf dressed up as your kindly Grandma. Don’t fall for it!

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    1. EU is current become corrupt because of the liberala leftists ideology. If europe had made an effort to prefer its historical heritage and embrace conservatism and right wing ideology then it wouldnt have been in the current shape. I am afraid left wing communist marxist ideologies wont ork anywhere in the world. West has progressed only because of its rich culture and efforts needs to be taken to preserve the culture and heritage as the tsunami of liberal leftwing marxist communist poison is striking hard. Throw away marxism embrace rightwing agenda and see the difference…Its applicable to all the western countries else the west will become stagnated and become hell holes like the third world. For a economy to prosper, only righth wing economics is suitable, the more leftwing marxist communist poison of equal wages, equal important will not work as its time and tested.

  1. Pretty much, the “colony of the US” thing is standard thinking among Western Europeans. Despite having economies far better than Africa or Latin America, they resent US citizens and government. That’s why it’s often tough to get a long with them, much like with people in South Korea, Canada, and many other places.

    1. there is literally no difference between American foreign policy and british, british were like old sergeants, they have administered much of the world and their assistance is much needed

  2. The debate as to whether or not economic integration of European countries is good or not has been raging for more than forty years, when countries were having votes on joining what was then the ” Common Market” the arguments for an against are still ongoing just the same, with no clear overall consensus or irrefutable evidence as to whether it is a great idea, or a disaster. The thing that I personally find very, very worrying however, is that for many Eoropean countries now, especially the UK, their is either manufacturing industry, nor raw materials, sold to other countries to generate and bring in real wealth. It s all false money based upon property prices and financial wheeling and dealing. Countries that have real wealth generation, by selling raw materials and manufactured goods to outside countries, such as Asian countries like Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, are becoming economic power houses and I can see countries like the UK becoming third world counties in the future. In place of textiles, building a significant amount of the world,s shipping, and all manner of other manufacturing, we now have cinemas and shopping centres. How is that going to bring in wealth from outside the country to inside the country. No one seems particularly bothered about it. It certainly frightens me.

  3. You can’t have your cake and eat it too. A lot of the advantages of being an American come from empire. That doesn’t mean imperialism is good, but that’s just the fact of the matter. Also, empire is too far down the line to go back. If the USA softened up now, that would encourage Muslim extremists who might launch a major attack on US soil.

    1. For instance, the reason it’s safe for the middle class, or even upper lower class American to travel to different nations, is due to the protection of the empire. If the USA, actually followed the advice of anti-empire people, then it would not be safe.

      1. Plus, because it’s safe for Americans, it’s also safe for third world people, or anybody else who happens to travel, assuming they can afford it.

    2. The main benefit of empire is stability which has it’s good and bad sides. On one side, it provides protection for world travel, and safety for business. On the other side, well, business is often evil, so it’s protection for evil, though not of the Islamic terrorist type.

      1. I’d hate to imagine what a young European punk, would do to an American, if legal. At least he would want to shove the American’s face is human feces, and at the worst kill or torture him.

      2. Just listen to the stuff written in these comments above, the virtues and advantages of the concept of an American Empire. The gent who commented directly above regarding what a European youth considered to be a degenerate might want to do to a US person, should read the appalling comments that are made above and the attitudes about how it is quite a practical and beneficial idea that the US should consider itself to have a world empire. If a European youth were to act in a less than gentlemanly manner towards a US citizen after reading the utterly appalling attitudes shown in some of the above responses, there may be some you could almost empathise with the youth. Also, the assassination thing, could we give it a rest please, not everyone in the world has a never ending obsession hearing about it for the rest of eternity.

        1. Many people empathize with the European youth, because they think the American empire is arrogant.
          However, from the POV of an American, considering Muslims do want to kill Americans (even in nuclear attacks on US soil), empire benefits him greatly, whether he happens to be liberal, or conservative.

        2. QUOTE”he gent who commented directly above regarding what a European youth considered to be a degenerate might want to do to a US person, should read the appalling comments that are made above and the attitudes about how it is quite a practical and beneficial idea that the US should consider itself to have a world empire. ”
          Of course, my view of the American empire is appalling, but it’s the truth. Americans benefit from cheap products (Do you see the masses refuse to shop at Wal-Mart out of moral conviction?), protection from the US military, and cheap access to resources. A lefty American can pretend to be all “Anti-Empire” and such, but he is just lying to himself.

          1. 100 years ago, western countries had colonies. Now they do not. Countries with their own independent governance should have the right not to be interfered with by a different nation, just because the different nation thinks that it should interfere. Look at the stance that is being taken against Russia for being expansionist and trying to bully it’s neighbours, this acusation is principally by the states, what hypocrasy, pot, kettle, black. We, the Americans can do what we like in any other country, including sending in troops and bombing the places, but any other nation that we even suspect might be having a similar thought, even If they have not actually done such, must be put in their place and must understand that the school master will not tolerate such naughty behaviour. The arrogance is disgusting.

        3. QUOTE” If a European youth were to act in a less than gentlemanly manner towards a US citizen after reading the utterly appalling attitudes shown in some of the above responses, there may be some you could almost empathise with the youth. ”
          If the US government followed the advice of your typical “twenty year old” in the UK, Ireland, or France, then we wouldn’t have a safe world. The USA would get nuked, air travel would be unsafe (well at least for the middle to upper class Americans who could afford it), Arab militants would conquer the whole middle east, China would attempt to conquer East Asia. The list is endless.
          No, empire is horrible, and with much pain and suffering, but like Rome of days gone by, it’s the only civilizing force in the world.

          1. I agree with you in respect that there are many attitudes in the Islamic Middle East that seem one sided and blinkered. You can’t drink alcohol in our country, you can’t eat pork, you can’t live with a woman unless you are married to her, but those are the sets of rules that apply in those countries. Do you see images of Islamic people burning the Swiss or Japanese flags in their streets and vowing vengeance upon the Swiss and the Japanese? No, why, think about it, they don’t invade other countries upon the premise that they have decided they have been naughty. So, if Kenya decided that a US stance or policy is unethical, you would be fine with a few long range Kenyan bombers over San Fransisco, yes? If there are people who have a less than positive view of the states and want to state mal intentions, perhaps one needs to ask why. The US should not have been in Vietnam killing the people there. It was none of their business, nor was Corea. Your arguments seem to be based upon this concept that the US has a natural right to do what it wants and as it sees fit in the world and that of course it’s decisions are allways correct and represent the morally right actions beyond question and they are needed to act as policemen. It,s not your fault, i,ve watched US television and news channels and can imagine the effect on peoples views over time, something not far removed from a John Wayne hung Ho concept of fight the evil commies, cos we are the good guys. Oh how mature and balanced an outlook for a nation to have.

        4. Also much of the third world (assuming the US empire dropped from the scene) would become even more worse than it already is, mainly because world trade would stop. World trade is protected by US firepower. With world trade gone, the third world would simply revert back to the jungle.

          1. World trade is protected by US firepower? Some of the biggest growing economies in the world are 1) China – if the US is protecting their trading interests, can they disband their armed forces and rely upon their American friends? 2) Russia – same for them then, the US firepower will protect their trading with the EU and with their former soviet state satellite countries, boy that will be a relief to them, they can send their troups back from the Ukranian border and the US will send in their troups to do the job for them instead. 3 ) Thailand – one of the world,s biggest manufacturing countries and food exporters, it was the US army that averted a civil war in the country ensuring continued stability, odd, cos the police I see on the high street here seem curiously Asian looking. 5 ) south Korea – staging he world,s biggest war games on the North Korean border ensures an easing of tensions and an increase in the potential for good relations. 6 ) Australia,s booming economy, due to the royal Australian Airforce and Army, who pledge allegiance to their sovereign, the king of America.

        5. Of course, making these claims about empire, I sound right wing, but really I’m not. The empire is evil and corrupt, but like Rome, the loss of it would lead to catastrophe. Much better would be a smooth transition from empire to something better, but a disappearance of the US overnight, would be worse than an alien invasion.

        6. QUOTE”We, the Americans can do what we like in any other country, including sending in troops and bombing the places, but any other nation that we even suspect might be having a similar thought, even If they have not actually done such, must be put in their place and must understand that the school master will not tolerate such naughty behaviour. The arrogance is disgusting.”
          It isn’t arrogance. It’s reality. I don’t trust people in the middle east, like white nationalists do (thinking that the Jews are the real enemy). I’m thinking of the here and now, and threats that are real. Imagine the idiocy of thinking the US could really trust Muslims, who have stated publicly they want to nuke us. However, in the far right that’s a common view.
          Yes, the US empire is abusive, but we can’t deny the barbaric nature of some of these so called “oppressed nations”.

  4. Ask the wolf or lion why he is a wolf or lion? It’s just the way empires behave. Why have some pussy version of empire. You should go for the Colombian drug lord version, complete with people thrown off helicopters. I
    I don’t like empire, hopefully it will evolve into something better. However, as of now, the thought of a “kinder gentler empire” is, and has never been possible. I think Jimmy Carter did some kind of attempt at that, as has Obama. In the end, as conservatives have said (and I have to admit though I dislike them), the US empire becomes humiliated.

    1. QUOTE”World trade is protected by US firepower?”
      Yes, the US rules the seas like the UK did once. It also rules the sky. As arrogant as that sounds, LOL.

    2. Hoping the US empire will become more like Mr. Rogers is a waste of time. It’s the ultimate Alpha Male. One day it might be overturned by socialism. But as long as the empire exists, then expect massive brutality, that is, when it’s doing it’s job well.

    3. The UK had the biggest empire the world has ever seen. If you ask most rational people now who are British if they regret that things have changed and they no longer have control over other countries in the manner of colonies, the overwhelming response would be a no, other countries have a right to be self determining, independent, and be under their own governance. In this respect very, very many ordinary people in the UK are unhappy about the automatic support successive UK governments give to the states when they act as the world,s big brother. People in the UK have developed and matured in their attitudes in these respects. I get the feeling that I am wasting my time trying to describe this, it would be like trying to explain it to a Victorian Englishman, he just would not get it and would be reflecting exactly the same attitudes that I am getting as responses. well, you can,t leave them to their own devices, they are really just like children you know, they are actually quite glad to have us to take care of them.

  5. QUOTE”The US should not have been in Vietnam killing the people there. It was none of their business, nor was Corea. ”
    The interference there was debatable. Of course, as far as the US is concerned, it’s like giving a “sensitivity training” course to a wolf. Why should the wolf behave as anything contrary to his nature?
    Of course, in my experience of actually living there, I’m not convinced Asian people are that great. In a lot of ways, they are quite barbaric. Now, whether that justified millions of bombs, I can’t say, but I know the wolf’s instinct. Let’s look at it another way. Coreans hate Japanese with satanic hatred. How do we know they wouldn’t genocidally murder everyone in Japan? What I saw, seems to say yes. If that is true, then how can they judge the wolf?
    With the US removed from Asia, Asians are free to kill one another, but isn’t that what America was doing? How is inter-tribal warfare among Asians better than mass bombing from the USA?

    1. This almost seems like some kind of sermon is Satanism, but it’s the truth. Things aren’t always what they seem. Let’s think outside the box. Do you really believe all this cultural Marxism (as opposed to socialism which I support) that says Asians are peaceful? Anyone thinking that, must have been smoking too much dope during that era, LOL.
      But I can see how somebody could say that, if they had never been to Asia, personally.

    2. QUOTE” they are really just like children you know, they are actually quite glad to have us to take care of them.”
      Though I might sound like a condescending racist prick, yes they are. A bunch of Koreans wanting to mass murder Japanese (and that’s a common feeling there) is childish.
      Also, beheading people in the 21st century is childish.

      1. It’s their business, so kindly butt out. Still the same Victorian Colonial attitudes, justifying why it is correct for the US to be forcing other nations with their own governance how to behave and act. It,s not the right or the business of the US to do so. Whether you believe the world is a better or worse place for it, the US should not be doing it. They do not have the right it is not their business.

      2. ‘beheading people in the 21st century is childish’ . . Tell that to Nick Berg (2004) or James Foley (2014). Its not ‘childish’, its utterly barbaric!

  6. Let’s look at the Vietnamese, and then call it a night. They hate China right? Kind of like Corea hates Japan. What if millions of Chinese died, would the Vietnamese care? No, most wouldn’t. But that’s monstrous right? But How is that any different than the US empire bombing them?
    :Look at Pol Pot. What kind of excuses can we give this guy? Maybe Nixon bombed the nation producing anarchy, or maybe the locals are naturally barbarians given over to such behavior.

    1. What I meant to say how is that any different than the US bombing them (US bombing Vietnam). The heart of a murderer is in the west, and the east.

    2. I agree with you completely, pol pot was a nasty character ( stopped by Vietnam ,not America) and different Asian countries have had prior conflicts. The point though, is that it is none of America,s business. Look at the map, where is China, Vietnam, Cambodia, in the state of Texas? No business getting involved!

      1. I wish that was the way it worked. But US policy is governed by economic interests (empire). According to Wall Street, Vietnam is just as important as Texas. Who knows, maybe in a Wall Street frame of mind, it really is important. The goal of US empire is domination, if parts of it rebel, then maybe the whole thing would fall apart. Once the empire falls, then Americans won’t enjoy the advantages of empire.
        Look at the middle east, who can deny cheaper oil is gained by pushing around the middle east. What would be the price, if the US was a weakling?

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