Richard de Coudenhove-Kalergi (1894-1972), an Austrian-Japanese aristocrat, was behind the creation of the 1920s Paneuropean Union movement. Promoting a Europe union stretching “from Iceland to Turkey, from Finland to Portugal”, the fundamental principles of this movement recognised self-determination of populations and ethnic groups, Christianity and human rights. But, similar to the ecumenism of the Vatican II reforms, the Paneuropean movement also considered that Judaism and Islam were an integral part of Europe.
Coudenhove-Kalergi’s campaign for a unified Europe earned him the Charlemagne Prize in 1950. Other winners of this prize include Henry Kissinger, Bill Clinton, Jean-Paul II, Simone Veil and Angela Merkel. But his work had a more profound impact on the European project, as he wrote Praktischer Idealismus (“Practical Idealism”), which is something of a blueprint for a world without borders. Two key points emerge from this programme.
First of all, Coudenhove-Kalergi considers the prime objective to be the creation of a political and economic elite, “a nobility of European spirit”. Between the collapse of the nobility in 1789 and the formation of a new elite, “our democratic age is an abysmal interlude between two great aristocratic epochs”. He even adds : “As soon as a new and genuine nobility has been created, democracy will disappear of its own accord.”
This new ruling class can emerge only by bringing together the greatest minds from the nobility, the bourgeoisie and Judaism:
“The nobility of the future will be neither feudal, nor Jewish, nor bourgeois nor proletarian: it will be synthetic…It’s only through an alliance with the best bourgeois blood that the most capable members of the former nobility will reach new heights; it is only through a union with the non-Jewish members from the European ruling class that the Jewish element of tomorrow’s nobility will achieve its full potential…”
The second point is that the creation of this globalist ruling-class, steeped in Gnosticism (Coudenhove believed Christianity to be “Judaism regenerated”), should go hand-in-hand with interracial marriage on a planetary scale. Indeed, Coudenhove considered that crossbreeding enhances human physical and moral qualities: “The consanguineous human has just one sole; a human of mixed-race has several.” He then added a statement which has lost none of its relevance in the context of today’s borderless European Union: “The human being of the distant future will be of mixed-race… The Eurasian-Negroid race of the future will replace the diversity of peoples with a diversity of individuals..”
Richard de Coudenhove-Kalergi and the other members of the globalist clergy would doubtless be satisfied with the technocratic and cosmopolitan evolution of the European Union, which is far removed from the national traditions which once made Europe great.
Translated from French
The originial author was Pierre Hillard
Source: Boulevard Voltaire