Europe’s Future: A Soviet “Common European Home from the Atlantic to Vladivostok”?

Marx-Denkmal in Chemnitz

Chemnitz (from 1953 till 1990, Karl-Marx-Stadt), Saxony, Germany (former German Democratic Republic). The colossal Marx monument erected in 1971 is still in place today.


Adopting a bold, realistic, mobilising and inspiring strategy, one that is Leninist in spirit, the struggle for the triumph of Communist ideals, of peace and progress, the 27th Congress of the CPSU expresses the Party’s firm determination to honourably follow our great road, and open up new vistas for the creative energy and revolutionary initiative of the… people’s intelligentsia. The Congress calls on all Soviet people to dedicate all their strength, knowledge, ability, and creative enthusiasm to the great goals of Communist construction, and to worthily continue Lenin’s victorious revolutionary cause, the cause of the October Revolution! (Mikhail Gorbachev, closing address to the 27th CPSU Congress, March 6, 1986)

We are moving towards a new world, the world of Communism. We shall never turn off that road. (Mikhail Gorbachev, Nov. 2, 1987, final words of his report, ‘October and Perestroika: The Revolution Continues’.)

I think that the idea of a Common European Home, the building of a united Europe, and I would like to underline today, of Great Europe, the building of Great Europe, great, united Europe, from the Atlantic to the Urals, from the Atlantic to Vladivostok, including all our territory, most probably a European-American space, a united humanitarian space: this project is inevitable. I am sure that we will come to building a united military space, as well. To say more precisely: we will build a united Europe, whose security will be based on the principles of collective security. Precisely, collective security. (Soviet foreign secretary of the day, Eduard Shevardnadze, on November 19, 1991, interviewed on a Moscow television programme along with NATO Secretary General of the day, Lord Robertson.)

However, our vision of the European space from the Atlantic to the Urals is not that of a closed system. Since it includes the Soviet Union, which reaches to the shores of the Pacific, and the transatlantic USA and Canada with inseparable links to the Old World, it goes beyond its nominal geographical boundaries. (Mikhail Gorbachev in his Nobel Peace Prize speech in Oslo of June 5, 1991.)

I dare say that the European process has already acquired elements of irreversibility. In such a context, in the process of creating a new Europe… self-determination of sovereign nations will be realised in a completely different manner. (Mikhail Gorbachev, in the same speech in June 1992; nota bene: speaking for the Yeltsin regime to which, allegedly, he was in opposition!)

Russian membership of the Council of Europe will open up intensified new cooperation between Russia and Europe and will assist us in reaching our objectives of achieving membership of the European Union and of NATO. (Then Russian Foreign Minister, Andrei Kozyrev, after Russia’s admission to the Council of Europe by February 8, 1996.)


The fate of the once-free world hangs in the balance as never before. Karl Marx’s evil gospel of rigid egalitarian collectivism coupled with brutal atheism (turning man – or a tiny self-acclaimed “vanguard” of political criminals – into his own god) is about to swallow us all. With economies still under (partial) lock-down and the West’s former vibrant social and cultural life still frozen, with America in particular suddenly facing a more-than-mysterious Bolshevik revolution of her own, and Europe having long changed her loyalties from Washington to Moscow, one can only wonder how freedom is going to be saved at this proverbial eleventh hour. Pres. Trump is trying his best to stem the tide, but his allies, at home and abroad, are few in number.

Oh yes, Europe (i.e., Western Europe) has long embraced Eastern communism, at first by miscalculation and naïveté, lateron deliberately and treasonously by far-left elements (and even outright communist Trojan horses) in control especially of Germany’s federal government. The late German Chancellor Helmut Kohl’s attempt to outsmart Gorbachev, in 1989/90, and ram through German reunification whatever the cost was shortsighted and irresponsible. West Germany took on the burden of rebuilding a completely wrecked East German economy, in exchange for what: for taking in 16-plus million East German communists (so to speak); a strategic blunder not unlike those of the Kaiser’s support for Lenin in early 1917, the 1922 Rapallo Treaty, or the notorious Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact of August 1939. Germany is at the heart of the European question (it always has been), but Germans, despite their precise, methodical thinking, have time and again been fooled by the Marxist-Leninists in Moscow. By now, Germany appears to have decided for joining the socialist camp, and be it at the price of a miserable subsidiary position at the feet of Russia. There are still American soldiers in Europe, NATO has not yet been formally dissolved, but it has been massively hollowed out. While Chancellor Merkel quite unashamedly likes to term Russia, “Germany’s strategic partner” – not the United States; Russia!

EWG, 1942

Of course, the traumatic experience of World War II deeply affected a whole generation of European politicians. The idea was to never let the nations of Europe go to war against each other again. A noble idea, on its surface (America was all for it), but pan-German endeavours continued in that new European framework. “Old Fox” Konrad Adenauer (post-war Germany’s first – Catholic-conservative – Chancellor from 1949 till 1963) successfully extracted huge sums from the American taxpayer (what is known as the Marshall Plan) and managed to accomplish what the initial European institution (i.e., the European Coal and Steel Community founded in 1951) was supposed, among other objectives, to precisely forestall: a Europe again dominated by an all-powerful Germany. But Adenauer’s Germany, more than France, was keen on establishing on top of the ECSC and Euratom, a “Common Market” as well, a customs union, which would greatly benefit Germany’s export-oriented economy (there has been found a 1942 German strategy paper that was indeed titled, “Europäische Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft”, thus: European Economic Community). That’s where all the trouble began and member states (initially, the other five founding members, France, Italy and the Low Countries) had to gradually sacrifice more and more of their respective national sovereignty (while Germany pretended to do just the same). It was a clever maneouvre on the part of the unchanged pan-Germans, and this new behemoth was soon to include, from 1973, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Denmark and Greenland (Greenland only stayed for a decade); from 1981, Greece; and from 1986, Spain and Portugal (with exception of Ireland, this was at the same time a club of NATO countries). But it went considerably further: Immediately after the alleged “collapse” of communism in Eastern Europe and the deceptive “dissolution” of the Soviet Union on Christmas Day 1991, the whole “process”, as it’s always called, took on a new and quite suspicious dynamics: the former EEC was transformed, via the Maastricht Treaty, into a political union! In other words, one “union” (the Soviet Union) had just been – at least nominally – buried, while a new “union” was given birth! Soon after that, the three neutral (and socialist-leaning) countries of Sweden, Finland and Austria joined in 1995. It was now a club of 15, all basically Western countries (although such a categorisation in the cases of Finland and Austria may have been quite a stretch). But dark clouds – for those with eyes to see – were forming on the horizon, foreboding much worse things to come still.

In this context, it is worth quoting the late British analyst Christopher Story (1938 – 2010), who in a 1995 interview on the perestroika deception conducted by Bill McIlhaney, said (that video appears to be no longer available on YouTube, but this author luckily did a full transcript of it):

What is the Soviet interest in the European Union? The European Union is intended to be the bloc which will expand to cover the whole of the landmass from the Atlantic to Vladivostok. We have, and I have friends among them, we have MPs in the Conservative Party calling for – vociferously – the expansion of the European Union, to include all the so-called non-communist East European countries, all of which, by the way, are run by communists. What happened was that immediately after the so-called changes, groups of apparent dissidents were put in power, and the West thought, “That’s it. We’ve got non-communists in power.” They didn’t stay there for more than a year, most of them, nine months in some cases. In the case of Vaclav Havel, the President of the Czech Republic, he had other tasks to perform, he was in charge of dividing Czechoslovakia in two. Incidently, there is a secret agreement between Kohl, the Chancellor Kohl of Germany, and Gorbachev, which was reached in Geneva in September 1990, for the subdivision, for the division of Central Europe. And under this agreement, a copy of which I have, I obtained in Prague, Czechoslovakia was to be divided. The reason I know this document is genuine is that it’s dated November 1991, and these events took place at the end of 1992. Czechoslovakia was to be divided in halves. The Slovak area was to be in the immediate Russian sphere of influence, and the Czech Republic was to be in the German sphere of influence and was to be merged with Germany within 15 years. So, Havel has other tasks to perform, that’s why he is still visible there. Wałęsa, Lech Wałęsa of Poland, similarly. By the way, he can’t move, he can’t brush his teeth, without the local KGB’s permission. The same applies to Yeltsin, by the way … Yes. The European Union is pushing for expansion eastwards to embrace all these so-called non-communist countries; they are of course controlled by communists. John Major, the British Prime Minister, said on BBC Radio 4, in his New Year message on the 1st of January, 1992, and I quote, because I heard him with my own ears, “I look forward to the day when Russia is a fully-fledged member of the European Community,” as it then was. So, by expanding NATO to include these countries, and expanding the European Union to include these countries, we are actually accommodating and facilitating Russian strategy, which is to achieve hegemony over the whole landmass. Now, in general terms, what is the object of Soviet strategy? The object of Soviet strategy, at the present phase, is: convergence. That’s the word that Golitsyn uses in his books. That is the purpose of, that is the general purpose of the deception: to create the environment which will encourage the West to believe that there has been a political discontinuity, so that the West ‘can relax’, the West is caught off guard, and the West now indulges in collaboration, but in fact the Soviet equation consists of what I call: “collaboration”-hyphen-“blackmail”. The second part of the equation is “blackmail”. And we are collaborating and forgetting about the blackmail element, and this is very, very dangerous! Very dangerous!!!

And on pages 91/92 of his 2002 reference book, The European Union Collective: Enemy of Its Member States, Christopher Story wrote (italics by this author):

The European Union’s member governments and the political collective’s structures have failed to detect, or else have chosen to ignore, one fundamentally unfriendly hidden strategic purpose of the “liberation” of Central and Eastern Europe, and of the “former” Soviet Union’s apparent fragmentation – which was to create the conditions for the intended adherence, in due course, of the “former” East European satellites and of the “former” Soviet Republics, to the eastwards-expanding European Union collective. By this means, the unified (Communist) political space “from the Atlantic to Vladivostok” will gradually be established. – By encouraging the illusion that the European Union has an “historic opportunity” and a moral duty to entice and welcome all the East European countries and then the Republics and Russia itself into the orbit of the West, the strategists have bamboozled the socialist European Union Collective into active cooperation with them in furthering the creative implementation of the Leninist strategy to establish a single (eventually Communist) European space in accordance with the unchanging objective enunciated by Gorbachev, Shevardnadze and their successors. The trick has been to encourage the Europeans at national and collective levels in the mistaken view that the way to deal with Russia is “not to isolate it”, but rather to “draw” it into the West’s structures so that Moscow is not “left out in the cold”. This is comparable to the psychological pressure routinely used on the reluctant British, to persuade them to abandon the pound sterling and their residual sovereignty. In reality, it is not the West which is enticing the East into its orbit, but the East which is covertly enticing the West into its enlarging sphere of control through “convergence” on its own terms.

In other words, the more thoroughly one examines the European geopolitical chessboard, the more it looks like a firm fait accompli for the Leninists (who may at present pose as “Russian nationalists”, but that’s mere eyewash). Germany has no military means to defend itself against Russia, has made itself (suicidally) dependent on Russian oil and gas, and has been “governed” ever since 1998 by, first, a Red-Green Marxist coalition and then, for meanwhile 15 long years, by a more-than-obvious East-German communist plant. By now, the Christian Democratic Union (after almost twenty years of Angela Merkel’s chairmanship) has ceased to be the conservative party it had once been. At the same time, clandestine pan-Germanism is over.

As predicted by KGB defector Anatoliy Golitsyn, the Leninist programme of gradual convergence has progressed almost without opposition. Most of still-communist Eastern Europe has long been integrated into the EU, with Eastern mafiyas having flooded the West (that, since 2007, has no borders anymore) and Eastern Europe’s impoverished masses having realised that places like Stockholm, Berlin or Vienna are much nicer places to live in than their own cities such as Budapest, Belgrade, Bukarest or Tirana, and where they can find work. With regard to Russia, which doesn’t send its poor, but its KGB-oligarchs, whose job is money laundering and gaining political influence, they are omnipresent in the capitals of Western Europe. It even seems as if they secretly view Western Europe already as their property! Has America already lost her European allies? Well, Germany, for one, might even have fully switched camps and turned into an enemy of the United States! Also France is fairly hopeless. The country is inextricably tied, by a number of bilateral treaties, to Moscow. What about Italy, Spain? Both are now under far-left governments. On top of it all: NO European member state is still a sovereign nation. They are all, collectively, marching towards doom. America still needs to realise this sobering reality: Unless a miracle happens, Europe (minus the United Kingdom) is lost. Soon, the countries of Western Europe will decide for year-around daylight saving (or abolish daylight saving altogether), by which they will adapt to Russia’s time setting, that has done away with daylight saving in 2010. European and Russian passport formats (and colours) are the same. “Cooperation” and “exchange” in all spheres have long been firmly implemented. Western Europe has been silently sovietised. And no criticism of Russia allowed.

The endpoint in all of this will be terrible: Political surveillance, re-education, extermination. For the silent majority: a gruesome “new normal” (it’s already here) in which all joy, all happiness, all achievement also will be things of the past. The sole common denominator will be endless misery, increased by total dependence on the state. As America descends ever further into anarchy, chaos and civil war, communists around the world are getting ready for carving up the world among themselves. God help us!




© The Contemplative Observer 2020


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