On July 13-14 the Union for the Mediterranean will be proclaimed in Paris. This summit will be co-chaired by Sarkozy and Egypts Mubarak, a European and a Muslim to indicate the direction of our future. EU- May 20, 2008: "The upgraded political relationship extends and enhances the political level and framework for cooperation".
EU July 11, 2008 : José Barroso: "I am confident that today’s agreement will accelerate progress towards our shared destination."
Benita Ferrero Waldner: "With the Paris summit we are charting out a map for our joint ambitions." …. to adopt positions with regard to shared ownership, joint governance….The European Commission has supported the Barcelona Process with the provision of over €16 billion since 1995. Successes of the cooperation under the Barcelona process are the establishment of the Euro-Mediterranean Parliamentary Assembly, the setup of the Euro-Mediterranean Facility for Investment and Partnership (FEMIP) providing over €2 billion in loans to Mediterranean partners and the establishment of the Anna Lindh Foundation for the dialogue between cultures which is the first Euromed common institution financed by all partners as well as the European Commission. Today, the Anna Lindh Foundation has a network of over 1500 civil society organisations covering all partnership countries.

  EUObserver 7.7.2008 :The involuntary moral of this saga may well be that the sooner the EU stops looking at its Southern periphery as the chimerical 'Mediterranean', the better it will be equipped to deal with its troubles.”

"Peace in our time" 1938: Hitler/Chamberlain, 1983: Rumsfeld/Saddam Hussein, 2008: Sarkozy/Gaddhafi!

Masonic handshake to hand us over to the New World Order´s tool, Islam - and a smiling Sarkozy accepts Gaddhafi´s threatening salute to all of us: The illuminist sign of communist leaders, Black Panthers, Bill Clinton, John Kerry, Khomeini, Nelson Mandela and other leading members of this globalist brotherhood. Libya is not in the Euromediterranean Project - and Gaddhafi will stay away form the conference in Paris.

The new initiative will be embedded in the existing framework, the so-called Barcelona process.
The partner countries are Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia and the Palestinian Authority, as well as Turkey.
I Its new official name: 'Barcelona Process: Union for the MediterraneanFor over a decade, the EU has chased a quixotic, comprehensive rapprochement with a diverse bunch of unruly neighbours spanning
from Morocco to Jordan.

The Union for the Mediterranean

Yet, the Middle East and North Africa have hardly moved closer the political standards that the EU has timidly sought to promote.

Authoritarian regimes in the South appear as resilient as ever. The Middle East stagnates in its perilous stalemate. Most worryingly, the vision of a single Mediterranean space umbilically bound to the EU by historical ties and economic interdependence has been trumped by the prevalent European perception of its Southern backyard as the prime source of illegal migration, fundamentalism and terror.

The ENP: European Neighborhood Policy is the bilateral dimension to the Barcelona regime.Faced with the longstanding paralysis of the political dialogue, the EU has placed more emphasis on the cultural and social realm of its policies.

The new initiative will focus on specific projects in areas such as energy, environment, and transports.
Its secretariat will effectively be a technical office for project coordination. It will be chaired by two rotating consul-like figures, one from Europe and one from a North African country. But it is more logical to imagine these personalities speaking for their respective constituencies than on behalf of the Mediterranean as a whole.

Put another way, rather than heralding a new era of Mediterranean unity, this new scheme will at best provide substance to some sector-specific cooperation and counter Brussels' centralizing tendencies.
Whether and how this move will change the way Europeans perceive threats emanating from the South remains to be seen.


Were everything just this harmless!  However, here reckoning is done without the host!
"Shared destination, joint ambition, joint governance"!! Who has asked us?

This project is a link of the chain towards the world state of the New World Order. The project has been carefully prepared for 35 years (Bat Yeór: Eurabia, 2005)- and will not be allowed to remain harmless. You may see Iraq and Iran as the next links of the chain.

In Naples on Dec. 2-3, 2003, at the 6. Euromediterranean Foreign Ministers´Conference the EU promised the citizens of 9 Muslim “partner countries” as well as of Israel the 4 fundamental rights of the EU – including free immigration into the EU – in return for democratic and economic progress.

In this context it is very interesting that this promise to which I have so often linked has disappeared from the internet - and it is omitted from the longer report now to be seen.  Fortunately I have a copy of the original promise here. And it was confirmed by the Danish Prime Minister here.

I hope that the lost promise means it has been abandoned by the EU - and not just hidden from us!! 

Now the EU talks about building a Europe of asylum . Since the EU Commissioner of Justice,  Jacques Barrot, has promised to see to it that every comma of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights as well as the UN Universal Declaration on Human rights is observed – this means permission to stay for practically any Muslim coming to the EU!
The countries are expected to put in place by 2010 common guarantees on asylum and a uniform refugee status.

To better protect Europe by controlling its borders in a spirit of solidarity. The centerpiece on the operational side is the strengthening of Frontex, the agency of European police for external borders. An 'Etat major' will be established, with two permanent bodies of command, one for the southern and the other for the eastern EU borders. The countries themselves will be responsible for the control of their part of the EU external borders, but the most exposed countries will also benefit from "solidarity on the European scale". 
 Which is to say: Distribution of refugees in the EU and an end to certain countries´ restrictive immigration policies.

How to send our e.g. - often absurd - welfare payment to the Muslim “partner countries”
'Nine financial institutions from the northern and southern Mediterranean coasts will reduce the cost of the money transfers from immigrants living in Europe.
Every year, the transfers of money from emigrants living in Europe towards the southern Mediterranean coast amount to over ten billion euro, with a nearly 15% annual growth!

Trade Ministers from the European Union and the Mediterranean countries meet in Marseille today (July 2, 2008) to discuss the next steps towards the goal of a deep and comprehensive Euro-Mediterranean Free Trade Area by 2010.

Peter Mandelson said: "Trade is a strong driver of the EuroMed process, and the goal of
a deep and comprehensive Euro-Mediterranean free trade area is what we are all striving for.

Bilateral negotiations on the liberalisation of services and the right of establishment in the non-services sector have been launched with Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia in 2008.

The EU is the most important trading partner for the region. EU exports to the MED countries were worth around €120 billion in 2007. This represents 9.7 percent of total EU exports, or 45 percent of MED countries' imports. Exports from the MED countries to the EU represented around 7.5 percent of total EU imports, and 47% of MED exports, worth €107 billion, in 2007.

Liberalisation of services and the right of establishment in the non-services sector means free play for Muslim businessmen to go on buying our media and to introduce ever more Sharia banking in Europe.

Why these forced efforts to go ahead with an impossible task: Money?
A few days before the summit for the launch of the Union for the Mediterranean (July 13-14, 2008), the organisations of entrepreneurs of the area appealed to the heads of states of the European Union and the Mediterranean area to set a specific economic agenda, to aim mainly at boosting trade by 10% per year.

The Mediterranean employers associations support that project but warned that ''without a clear set of policies and effective goals'' it ''will not act as incentive for the companies to make the necessary investments in the region''.
“The European Union is interested in the southern coast tardily after having financed abundantly the countries of eastern Europe,'' Habih Yousfi, chairman of the Algerian association. ''No one knows yet from where the funds to finance the projects in the Mediterranean will come,'' he remarked. ''From the EU or from the private sector? There is no answer yet''.
Euractiv 11. Juli, 2008:"José Manuel Barroso, the European Commission President, has already warned that little should be expected from the EU budget, with only around €50 million available under the European Neighbourhood Policy, a straw in the wind in comparison to the billions of euros needed to complete the projects."