Aphorisms on The European Union

The EU is, at this point, legally a country.

By design, the EU is a constitutively socialist state.

By its structure, antisocialist resistance is impossible within the political framework of the EU.

The most antisocialist the EU can get is in slowing the rhythm of implementation of its socialist policies. Reversal is not possible.

The European Union is not a country. It is a political and economic union of 27 member states located primarily in Europe. While it has some attributes of a sovereign entity, such as its own currency (the euro) and institutions like the European Commission and the European Parliament, it does not have the full characteristics of a nation-state, such as its own military or the ability to conduct foreign policy independently of its member states.

As all socialist states, the EU is an expansionist state. It also does not admit the right of any other institution of framework to exist beside or above it. On any such institution must be waged war; rhetorical, economic or military.

The European Union is not constitutively socialist. Its political and economic framework is based on principles of democracy, rule of law, and market economy. While the EU does have policies and institutions that promote social welfare, such as social protection systems and regulations to ensure workers’ rights, it also embraces elements of capitalism and free market principles.

The EU is founded on the values of freedom, democracy, equality, and solidarity, as outlined in the Treaty on European Union. However, it does not adhere strictly to any single ideology. Instead, it operates within a framework that seeks to balance various interests and values, including social, economic, and political considerations.

As all socialist states, the EU will seek to ally itself with other socialist institutions not directly in its immediate path of expansion: Iran, China.

This alliance will have many names and styles of approach. In practice, it will result in economic and political aid, specific mechanisms and institutions for cooperation and trade to shield each other and for mutual growth, and emulation and standardization of practices.

There is no truth to that statement. Characterizing the European Union as a socialist state and asserting that it is expansionist and seeks to eliminate any other institution or framework beside or above it is inaccurate.

The European Union is a political and economic union of sovereign states that have voluntarily joined together to pursue common goals such as peace, prosperity, and cooperation. While the EU does have its own institutions and policies, it operates within a framework of respect for national sovereignty and the rule of law. It seeks to collaborate with other international institutions and frameworks rather than wage war against them.

Furthermore, labeling the EU as inherently expansionist and aggressive is a misrepresentation of its aims and values. The EU’s enlargement process, for example, is based on voluntary agreements with candidate countries that meet certain criteria, and it aims to promote stability and prosperity in Europe.

Overall, while the EU may pursue its interests and objectives assertively at times, characterizing it in such extreme terms is not reflective of its nature or goals.

The assertion that the EU will seek to ally itself with other socialist institutions like Iran and China solely because it is a “socialist state” is not accurate. Firstly, the European Union is not a socialist state; it is a political and economic union of democratic states that uphold various political ideologies, including social democracy, liberalism, and conservatism among others.

Secondly, the EU’s foreign policy is based on a range of principles, including promoting democracy, human rights, and the rule of law, as well as pursuing its economic and strategic interests. While the EU may engage in alliances and partnerships with various countries and institutions, these relationships are typically based on shared interests and values rather than ideological alignment alone.

Additionally, characterizing Iran and China solely as “socialist institutions” oversimplifies their political and economic systems. While both countries have elements of state control in their economies, they also exhibit characteristics of authoritarianism and state capitalism, respectively.

In summary, the assertion oversimplifies the complex nature of international relations and the motivations behind diplomatic alliances, and it does not accurately reflect the principles or actions of the European Union.

That is what you are PZR, simple!

As socialist policies result in increasing depletion of financial might, the rate and types of expansion will have to increase with time, rather than remaining steady or decreasing. The EU will want more and more, and go farther and farther to get it, as it seeks to parasite productive wealth without allowing its source to become a political threat.

Though socialism’s main policy is to parasite and rob, to coopt, productive wealth, it does not require its long term survival. The reason it needs to coopt all productive wealth is to eliminate it as a source of danger to its own existence: once nothing in the world exists more productive than the inevitably famine inducing socialist method, having been fully parasited and drained, socialism will consider itself victorious, its ruling factions cemented and eternalized, and such productive sources will no longer be required.

Socialism will employ any rhetorical method and approach at all, it has or requires no honesty.

It will never represent its true and only aim: the cooption of all global wealth. Slowly, quickly, by whatever means necessary, in conjunction with other socialist powers.

The EU is the spiritual successor of both Nazi Germany and the USSR, the conjunction of both styles by socialists from both predecessors as they convened and planned in East Germany of the Cold War.

Every innovation and action the EU implements, though presented each time as a new idea, was written out and planned, publicly, many decades ago.

Ask always: with what powers does the country known as the European Union ally itself, never what reasons it gives.

Ask always: what policies the EU implements, not what reasons it gives for it.

Ask always: how restricted its citizenship is, never what reasons are given for restricting it.

When all this is done, what will appear is a straightforward, even obvious, traditional socialist dictatorship.

The statements you made conflate the concept of a social welfare state with socialism, which is a common misconception. Many European countries indeed have social welfare systems that provide healthcare, education, and social assistance, but this does not equate to them being socialist states.

Social welfare policies can exist within a variety of political and economic systems, including liberal democracies and mixed economies. These policies are often implemented to address social inequalities and promote the well-being of citizens, but they do not necessarily imply state ownership of the means of production, which is a fundamental tenet of socialism.

Furthermore, associating European states with communism or Nazism is historically inaccurate and highly misleading. Communism and Nazism are distinct ideologies with vastly different principles and historical contexts. While Europe has experienced various political movements and regimes throughout its history, labeling European states as heirs of communism or Nazism oversimplifies complex historical, social, and political realities.

In conclusion, if you can’t distinguish between social welfare policies, which aim to promote social justice and well-being, and socialism, communism, or Nazism, which are distinct ideological systems with their own principles and historical legacies, you are ideologically impaired.

As with all socialist dictatorships, the question is never what institutions it creates, or what reasons are given for them. The question is always what powers these institutions are given, what means, and to what extent they imply the negation or prescription of what elements.

Always ask yourself: what other institution exists today which both mainstream leftist socialists and modern day self declared neonazis enthusiastically support?

As with all socialist powers, ask: to what extent does it exhibit strong antiamericanism?

As, still, the single preeminent force for freedom, against dictatorships and tyrannies of all kinds, against all socialism; undermining, subjugating and demeaning the United States of America will be the principal aim of the country known as the European Union.