Visegrad Unity is Essential for Europe: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, and Slovenia need Embedding

Visegrad Unity is Essential for Europe: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, and Slovenia need Embedding

Sawako Uchida and Lee Jay Walker

Modern Tokyo Times


The continent of Europe is once more beset by major convulsions of which many are self-induced. Once, it appeared that the European Union was based on the interests of the respective citizens of each nation. Sadly, certain political leaders, especially Chancellor Merkel of Germany, are bent on dictating a dangerous social experiment that is creating more divisions within various member nations. Therefore, the four members of Visegrad must not become divided by outside issues because Germany will seek to divide and rule under Merkel.

Indeed, not only must the Visegrad Group (V4) of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia, strengthen areas in relation to culture, economics, immigration, innovation, and other essential areas; but also the V4 must equally expand its influence within the natural geopolitical reality of this group. In other words, nations like Austria in the heart of Central Europe must be given priority to forge a permanent group of influence to a higher extent based on greater unity.

Similarly, greater focus must influence the political landscape of Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, and Slovenia. If this is achievable in the long-term then a new invigorated Europe can emerge based on traditional culture, the binding heritage of Christianity (fused by European secularism), the shared reality of science, female emancipation, – and other positive forces that should safeguard Europe for the foreseeable future.

Recently, the Visegrad Group released a statement based on a union of trust and action. Part of the statement in relation to the European Union said, “We can never succeed unless we create a genuine Union of trust. Trust needs to be revived on all levels. The genuine concerns of our citizens need to be better reflected. National parliaments have to be heard. The institutions of the European Union need to stick to their missions and mandates. Trust also needs to be fostered among Member States, starting with overcoming the artificial and unnecessary dividing lines we have seen emerging in past few months.”

Visegrad Group further stated, “Instead of endless theoretical debates on “more Europe” or “less Europe” we need to focus on “better Europe”. The Union should focus on practical restart of convergence. We should, therefore, make sure the Union uses the key instruments to this end: cohesion, boosting investment, supporting innovation, completing the digital and energy single market, promoting free trade and free movement, and strengthening a resilient labour market bringing sustainable jobs.”

The alternative vision of Europe in nations like Germany under Merkel and ultra liberal nations including Sweden, is mass immigration, negating political responsibility to respective indigenous communities, Sunni Islamization in major cities (France is considering to block foreign funding of mosques), increasing crime, growing internal divisions – and other areas including the mass indoctrination of children based on a dangerous political correct agenda.

In other words, the growing Sunni Islamist terrorist threat and creeping Sharia law by stealth are eating away at some major cities in Europe. Of course, politically correct liberals like Merkel may deem the deaths of Germans to be expendable and the same applies to females being molested openly during special occasions – for example Cologne. Yet, these new dangers to Europe will only embolden the far right because of political abandonment and ironically it will endanger genuine refugees based on increasing divisions within society.

Recent Sunni Islamist terrorist attacks in Brussels, Munich, Nice, and Paris, along with many mass sexual attacks against indigenous women during festivals, highlight that something is seriously wrong. These convulsions ultimately led to the United Kingdom pulling out of the European Union because decades after decades of endless immigration is alienating many. Equally important, European Union diktats and loss of sovereignty divided British nationals because it seemed that the social experiment no longer considered the indigenous communities. Of course, other factors were also important but if Visegrad policy statements and considerations had been taken internally inside the United Kingdom – and Merkel could be contained – then more than likely the British would have remained. Therefore, the V4 is needed more than ever and this applies to expanding to other regional nations, with Austria being the first priority.


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