Why Former Eastern Bloc European Countries Shouldn’t Be Part Of The EU

Many countries of the former Warsaw Pact, or so-called Eastern Bloc, are now members of the European Union (EU), not because of their culture and the intentions of the EU of re-uniting people in diversity and poverty, but because the EU’s goals are total different. They’re all about power, about NATO, and forming a buffer against Russia.

The Real Aim Is Strategic & Part Of The Globalist Agenda

The richest and biggest countries in the EU, Germany and France, are actually the driving force behind the EU. The Netherlands is the economic force and plays a big role in the British Empire, which still exists up until today. What is the British Empire (BE) today? According to taxjustice.net, it’s a tax haven, and according to other sources, it’s the ‘home’ of British intelligence, like MI6 and the Statecraft institute, the spy and color revolution nstitute.

In August 2012, the UK-based New Left Projectpublished an article entitled “Britain’s Second Empire,” which involved an interview with the London-based academic Ronen Palan. The idea is that after the collapse of its formal Empire, Britain created a new, more hidden financial “empire” of tax havens around the world, which handled increasing amounts of money from around the world”.

The BE, which had to be removed from the EU but is still together with the EU, is the strongest force behind color revolutions, coup détats and war, together with the US deep state. They orchestrated the color revolution in Ukraine (EU treaty agreement), which resulted in an EU/NATO/US coup d’etat to widen the globalist goals, not for the benefit of the people, but for the benefit of the rich, the multinationals, the EU-climate goals (a profit model for the globalists), and as a buffer for NATO, which is afraid of the expansion of Russia which is resulting in a multipolar world.

The Non-EU Balkan Countries

Serbia, Kosovo (which according to Serbia and Russia belongs to Serbia) and Bosnia Herzegovina are candidate EU members. Macedonia (called North Macedonia due to Greece’s complaint) and Albania are far away from entry into the EU, which is in my opinion, better. The EU should be a Union of diversity, of tolerance and mainly focused on trade and social welfare for citizens.

On the contrary, the EU has become a totalitarian Union, where the Western and oldest EU members dictate to the other members how to behave and foremost to adopt their globalist agenda. This is the agenda from George Soros, the man who broke the Bank of England. In Britain, Black Wednesday, which occurred on September 16, 1992, is now known as the day when speculators “broke the pound.” George Soros has a ‘broader’ agenda: the Black Life Matter (BLM) movement, Fridays for Future, the climate group, and the LGBT movement are sponsored by George Soros and the Rockefeller Foundation.They’re also the sponsors of refugees from war-torn countries, which creates chaos and destruction in many EU countries like Germany and France with terror on the streets and criminal gangs. Another part is through the UN, but in coordination of the EU: The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration Agreement (GCM) signed in Marrakech, Morocco, a pact which ensures nearly every one who calls himself a refugee will get ‘free’passage to the EU.

Taking all this into account, I can’t see how the culture from the Balkan countries fits in, and most of all, unrest will emerge among the population. The mentality of the East is not the mentality of the West. The former Yugoslavian population faced war and bombing from NATO, and the Serbs in particular didn’t forget. They have a rich culture and most of all are a very religious people. Orthodox Christianity and Islam are dominant in Serbia, Kosovo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, (North) Macedonia and Albania. These are religions which forbids LGBT, they don’t have a message about BLM and no money for climate change. Of course, the elite, which has planned a pandemic, are (partly) successful in the Balkan countries, a pandemic which creates fear, applies to all countries, with exemption of the vaccination issue, Eastern Europeans are not in favour of experimental vaccinations, or rather are not keen on experimental gene therapy, which they call vaccinations.

(North) Macedonia: A Unique Country

Macedonia (the majority of the population refuses to call it North Macedonia) is a unique small country with a rich history based on Orthodox Christianity. 20% of the population are Albanians and Turks, who are supporters of Islam, of which many belong to the Bektashi Order. This is a Sufi order with many famous Dervishes. One famous one is known as Rumi. Orthodox Christianity is the main religion and considered to have Christianised Europe and therefore are the Patrons of Europe. The (Holy) brothers of Methodius and Cyrill (many churches are named after them) are considered the enlighteners, educators and apostles to all Slavs, and were born in what is nowadays Greece, Thessalonica, to a Macedonian Mother. Here starts the issue with Greece, but not only religion but also the issue of Alexander the Great and the name Macedonia. It was forrmely resolved, but not among the majority of the Macednonian population where it still lives on today.

The other dispute is with Bulgaria. On January 15, 1992, Bulgaria was the first country to recognize the independence of the then-Republic of Macedonia.Bulgaria has however refused to recognize the existence of a separate ethnic Macedonian nationand a separate Macedonian language. It argues that the Macedonians are a subgroup of Bulgaria, so it belongs to Bulgaria. Bulgaria has, until now, stopped an EU entry of Macedonia, because they consider Macedonia as being part of Bulgaria. The other big problem is that Bulgaria was an ally of Germany in WWII and this still creates bad feelings, especially with the older Macedonian population.

Also, take into account the role of Vladko Mladic. According to the Western-funded International Criminal Court (ICC), he was convicted to a life-long sentence in den Haag for war crimes in the Yugoslav war. Mladić began his first post as an officer in Skopje, now Macedonia, on 4 November 1965, where he was the commander of and youngest soldier in his unit. On 25 December 1980, Mladić became a lieutenant colonel. Then, on 18 August 1986, he became a colonel, based inŠtip, another town in Macedonia. On 31 January 1989, he was promoted to the head of the Education Department of the Third Military District of Skopje. So, Vladko Mladic has a long history in Macedonia and I guess he has supporters throughout Macedonia who consider him a hero and not a war criminal.

Conclusion

To my personal opinion, after I moved to Macedonia, the Balkan is not ready for the Western European mentality. Economically it would be favourable for both parties, but the cultural, religion and mentality is no match. But that is not the concern of the EU or NATO. Their only goals are integration to provoke Russia and create a new tax haven for the multinationals and globalists, with no consideration for the autonomous people of the Balkans.

By Sonja van den Ende Via https://www.oneworld.press/?module=articles&action=view&id=2119