Last year I have saved the above graphic information posted by the MEP for Czech Pirate Party, Mikuláš Peksa. It says:
Honestly, the reason why most of the East European countries entered the EU were these funds of which the Eastern countries were the biggest beneficiaries, particularly the elite in the countries. I am very much against taking money from the haves in Europe and giving it to the have nots. These funds are often appropriated by corrupt entities and go to support businesses that should learn to function in market economy instead.
Hungary should just exist the EU, help Russia take over Ukraine and become a part of the greater Eurasia that is emerging. Make alliance with Serbia and create a corridor from the Balkans to Ukraine which will look like a penis in the arse of Europe. The EU is an artificial structure based on faith in the religion of European integration and increasingly on bullying. The sooner countries get rid of the dictate of Brussels, the better for them…
I had to save this magic moment on my YouTube channel:
Ursula can be forgiven for thinking everyone in the Ukrainian military is an officer but is this a slip? Now, Ursula is being briefed by intelligence services on Ukrainian casualties, so the figure may be true. Nevertheless, the above quickly went viral and the European Commission, from what I have heard, deleted the above from any public press release.
But then, why is Ursula mentioning the same as Russian sources?
At least here in the Czech Republic, the beer culture was established in the nineteenth century and was promoted by the government to keep the population docile. The phytoestrogens inside the beverage keep the Czech man low T, and without vigor. But imagine the anger which will ensue if they are deprived of their favorite brew?
Some think of the idea of Intermarium as a bulwark against Russia, and it maybe so but it also has its positives…
What is the Intermarium?
The Intermarium is an old Polish project for an alliance of East European countries that would link three seas surrounding Eastern Europe, that is the Baltic Sea, the Black Sea, and the Adriatic Sea, and through the latter the rest of the Mediterranean. It was thought of as primarily a bulwark against the Soviet Union but in its more recent iterations it also presupposes a development of infrastructure between the member countries.
The Imperium concept
I have long supported the reunification of Eastern Slavs into a single powerful Russian state. But then, why should I oppose the Intermarium on the same basis? I support nations coming together rather than the opposite, our modern tech makes the World ever more interconnected, so why not take advantage of that? The imperium is a conglomerate of different nations and regions that pool their resources together. In that sense, the initial idea of the European Union was good but the latter lost its way with the green agenda and other poorly thought out and detrimental policies. The Intermarium would likely be this kind of basket case, which will spend immense money on defense in an unequal competition with the Eastern Slavs over domination of Eastern Europe, as it always was in history with extended Poland.
Pooling resources between countries can propel humanity forward. We can send missions to space, we can improve overall prosperity, and ease travel between our nations…
Should the Czech Republic be part of the Intermarium?
While the Czechs and the Polish share linguistic similarities, they are culturally closer to neighboring German states, I would say even closer to Protestant places like Saxony. I believe we here should play both sides. However what I want is a high speed train that would connect Berlin with Vienna through Prague. I want the highway to the Austrian border that should run through my region finally completed so that my journey to Prague would take a single hour.
Are Putin’s partners calling for sanctions on Russia to be scrapped because they are working, that is they are hurting Russia? Do you think the Russian economy, and the well-being of the Russian people are the first things on Orban’s mind? Meanwhile, in the Czech Republic, glassworks, ceramics factories are closing because sanctions against Russia. No gas motherfucka, no gas.
Nothing runs without cheap gas. If sanctions are working, they are working against European industries. This I believe is the real aim of the sanctions, to destroy the European economy, so that we are dependent on the United States. Meanwhile Russia will redirect its exports towards China.