It would seem that this idea of a free trade agreement between the EU and Africa, the likes of the Schengen zone, is being, and has been, planned and executed for some time now. A plan has been laid out, carrying it out is a different matter, though.
A pattern I have noticed is that the trend is towards eventual globalisation through the creation of continental Unions, by way of developing regions first and in time combining them into supra-national Unions.
The model for this is, of course, the EU. The eventual plan of the EU is to have all European countries join, even Russia and Turkey, and centralise power in a few centres of power along the continent.
This is the guiding principle behind the AU, the African version of the EU: the African Union. There are plans for an Asian Union, although if there will be one or more is undecided. A North American Union, a South American Union… you get the point.
A big step towards this is the undertaking of creating a continent-wide highway system which would make the transfer of goods (and people) a smooth process.
The next step is foreign investment and development of regions until they are economically powerful enough to function on their own without issue.
One of many plans for just that is this: Communication on a new Africa – Europe Alliance for Sustainable Investment and Jobs
A document outlining investments and strategies for developing Africa and how Europe can bring this about.
We have many troubles at home, but the Globalist don’t care about that. Forget about homeless Europeans and European children being trafficked and raped by the very people we are letting in: there’s money to be made in Africa!
The problem with a free trade agreement is that they almost always entail freedom of movement between countries, or in this case continents, too.
There are more than 1.2 billion Africans and that number is rising explosively, while there are some 700+ million Europeans in Europe.
It doesn’t take a genius to figure out what this will mean for us.
As soon as the deal is ratified, 10s of millions of Africans will clamour to get into Europe. Our peoples and our Old Continent would cease to exist in short order, drowned out by the masses of the Global South.
“But hey! 1.5 billion consumers, am I right??”
Big names have echoed this idea of creating a road or way from Africa into Europe, dressing it up with the necessary meaningless platitudes that they are so fond of.
“I want to create a road of freedom and responsability which runs through Africa into Europe.”
“With this in mind, we have just launched the Development Investment Fund here in Berlin,” Merkel said. “We hope to raise up to a billion euros through this fund.”
Biting Off More Than it Can Swallow
The strange thing about all this is that the EU is not even close to completion on its repsective continent, let alone the trouble with Brexit, so why would they invest so much in another continent when the East of their own continent is not a part of the Union?
Neo-liberalism is simple in the fact that all it pursues is the accrual of wealth by any means possible.
Destroy a continent and all its peoples by mixing them into oblivion with completely alien foreigners to get another zero on the bank account balance? No biggie.
“We cannot accept the idea of building a fortress Europe. ” “Migration must be well managed, not stopped; we need to invest in people rather than walls.” – Udo Bullmann, leader of the Socialists and Democrats (S&D) in the European Parliament.
Except we don’t need migration. Europe has people who are willing to work: Europeans! They just need to be given a chance and a decent wage!
‘Too expensive’ Says the globalist. ‘I can pay an African or a Middle Easterner up to half as much for the same work because they won’t object, why would I ever hire a European?’
In conclusion, this idea is another manifestation of globalism that must be opposed. No one wants a world in which everyone is mixed and nothing has meaning because everything has lost its uniqueness.
There are many good signs that this idea will never come to fruition, Salvini in Italy, Orban in Hungary, the rise of nationalism throughout the Continent…
A phrase worth remembering: “Say it loud, say it clear, Europe must not disappear!”