Rome Declaration (2017) and the Declaration on the Formation of the USSR (1922). Coincidence?

Jacek Międlar

On the 25th of March 2017 leaders of 27 EU member states, European Council, European Parliament and the European Commission signed the Roman Declaration. Not accidentally, this document bears a strong resemblance to the Declaration of the Creation of the USSR from 1922. It shouldn’t really surprise us though, since West state apparatus was based mostly on the foundation of theories proclaimed by Rosa Luxemburg.

Rome Declaration (2017) and the Declaration on the Formation of the USSR (1922).

Rosa Luxemburg, who was a Jewish communist activist in Poland and Germany at the turn of 19th and 20th century, believed – among others – that Poles’ fight for independence was doomed to fail due to the inevitable rising of working class, which couldn’t happen in a society with variety of nations. Her ideas are being fulfilled now, because European Union in its current shape is nothing but a Marxist dream come true. Immortal Rose thought that small nations and small countries should disappear or be marginalized due to their limited economic capabilities. Isn’t that exactly what European Union does today? Does Brussels take into consideration the minorities of its Marxist apparatus or are all the important decisions made by German and France? Undoubtedly, Rosa Luxemburg’s requests for the rising of Marxist, disdaining traditional values and nationalities European kolkhoz, are what European Union is built upon.

Rome Declaration

The Roman Declaration from the 25th of March was full of paeans concerning European Union.

“We have built a special Union with shared institutions and strong values, a community of peace, freedom, democracy, human’s rights and rule of law, one of the greatest economics in the world, providing unprecedented level of social security and welfare,” said EU representatives.

 

“European unity started out as a dream of few and expanded to be a hope of many. Europe became oneness. Today we are united and stronger than ever, millions of people in the Europe benefit from expanded Union, that has fought through the old divisions.” – The Rome Declaration

They later pull the wool over the eyes and went on about the need of protecting their borders and fighting with the growing migration pressure. The problem is, behind those laudable slogans, it’s the EU itself who creates that pressure, destructing christianity by confronting fundamental Islam with lethargic West civilization.

The EU’s politicians claimed that EU is undivided and indivisible and it holds “Europe’s future in its hands.” Self-glorification of the Roman Declaration ends with words: “We, as leaders, have come together to make a change for the better. Europe is our joint future.”

It seems as though they have decided to officially confirm the realization of communist activist’s postulates. Isn’t that indeed what Rosa Luxemburg wanted? Wasn’t she fighting for ‚united Europe’, even if that meant getting rid of nationalities or at least taking away part of their independence? Didn’t she aim to destroy traditional values, which is exactly what European Union does with LGBT propaganda or by incorporating radical Islam into its land?


Considering all that, resemblance between the Roman Declaration and the Declaration of the Creation of the USSR (30th December 1922) shouldn’t surprise us at all. They both have ensured respect for law, freedom and equality, cooperation between countries, as well as right to withdrawal from the treaty, which, as we now know by looking at the Great Britain’s case, is very convoluted and difficult. Moreover, the fourth paragraph of the Declaration of the Creation of the USSR from 1922 also assumed that number of representatives from a certain union republic will depend on the quantity of its citizens. That’s almost exactly how choosing Members of European Parliament looks like today.

“The will of nations of Soviet republics, which have recently gathered on rants and unanimously made the decision of creating the Union of Soviet Socialists Republics, is a reliable warranty of this Union being a self-imposed association of equal nations and that each of the republic has a right to withdrawal from the Union, as well as the Union being open to all of the Soviet Social Republics both already existing and those to be made. It’s a warranty of this Union being a capstone for foundations of a peaceful cooperation between nations that came into life in October, 1917, it’s a sign, that this will become a real stronghold against capitalism and a new, determined step towards unifying all people of work from all the countries in one great Soviet Socialists Republic.” wrote USSR representatives.

What Rose Luxemburg wanted, was an apparatus encompassing entire Western Europe. It’s supposed to be a mapping of what communists did 3 years after her death, at the end of 1922. Naturally, Soviets had different methods of destroying their reviled Christianity, but it seems as though EU’s ways are even more efficient. Though Rose didn’t live long enough to see her postulates being fulfilled, her theory still lives on and currently serves as a guideline for the EU members, who, just like representatives of Soviet Republics, are “on a way to unify all countries” into one European kolkhoz inspired by the USSR.

Translated by Dominika Głowa

Source:  Deklaracja Rzymska (2017) a Deklaracja o utworzeniu ZSRR (1922). Przypadek?

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