The Brain of the EU, the EUISS I: “In the Name of the European People”

Posted By Anders On August 25, 2008 @ 00:32 In English, Euromed | 2 Comments

Studying the EU is a never ending story. When you think you have seen the whole octopus you will find yet another tentacle.
My latest discovery may even be maybe the most important brain center of the monster.

[1] "Following Ireland’s ‘No’ to the Lisbon Treaty, echoing the French and Dutch voters’ rejection of the Constitutional Treaty in 2005, the EU needs to consider carefully how to win back citizens’ support and thus overcome the fears that are crippling its ability to shape world politics… "

Who is to do that?
Who is the brain 
casting the bullets for the EU Commission and the European Council?

"A Council agency, the [2] EU Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) , the EU Think Tank, is an independent agency operating under the EU’s second pillar, the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP). Under the Joint Action the Institute has a single objective, namely to contribute to implementing and developing the Union’s Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP).
“I am personally convinced that the CFSP can play a part in swinging public opinion back to supporting the European project. (…) I call this legitimacy through action.’ (From Javier Solana’s address to the Conference on 26 September 2005)."

[3] Furthermore, "The Institutes core mission ist to provide analyses and rcommendations that can be of use and relevance to the formulations of EU policies. In carrying out that mission, it also acts as an interface between experts and decision-makers at all levels."

”Multilateralism and global issues under the EUISS
UN. OSCE. Regional organisations. Security and the environment. Energy and
security. Globalisation and security. Global order.  EU-US partnership. Barcelona Process. Relations with Russia. Enlargement and its impact. The future of the Constitutional Treaty.

Right: The Chatham House, i.e. the Royal Institute of International Affairs is the New World Order twin of the US Council on Foreign Relations. It is a [2] EUISS partner!

[4] Left:This Chaillot Paper suggests that the next frontier in the future’s improvement process is global governance. This paper foresees that a global ‘constitutional moment’ may appear at the beginning of the 2010s"

And this is the [3] EUISS approach to multilateralism:"Europe´s next Shore: The Black Sea Region", including Turkey. Written by the Turkish Ass. Professor in Ankara, Mustafa Aydin - the future of the EU thus being entrusted to an Asian, non-member of the EU!!. He writes:" It is essential to link the EU to the Black Sea. What may at first sight be seen as weakness, i.e. diversity, could easily become a source of strength, if the differences are used to complement each other instead of creating rifts between states!!"

This is fox-talk to the geese. It is so easy. All you have to do is to take the last step and submit to Islam in your home countries. In the Muslim Umma there will be peace - of the cemetary - as we witness it on a daily basis in the Middle East, where Saudi Arabia has just been cleared of Christians! Then we shall get rid of the increasing violence caused by Islam in the West!
This really seems to be the programme of the EU on behalf of the New World Order - although the eurocrats have now been seeing for 40 years that Islam´s policy is to integrate us!.

The High Representative is by definition the Institute’s chief interlocutor at the Council.

The European Commission does not contribute to the Institute’s budget but is involved in most of its activities. The Commission receives all EUISS publications via its member on the Political and Security Committee (PSC).

Commission representatives are regularly invited to attend the Institute’s seminars according to the topic under discussion.

There have been regular, noninstitutionalised relations with the European Parliament, in particular with the Foreign Affairs Committee and the Subcommittee on Security and Defence."

The [5] Institute shall contribute to the development of the CFSP, including the ESDP, by conducting academic research and analysis in relevant fields. To that end, it shall, inter alia, produce and, on an ad hoc basis, commission research papers,arrange seminars, enrich the transatlantic dialogue by organising activities similar to those of the WEU Transatlantic Forum and maintain a network of exchanges with other research institutes and think-tanks both inside and outside the European Union. The Institute's work shall involve this network as broadly as possible. The Institute's output shall be distributed as widely as possible, except as regards confidentialinformation, for which the Council security regulations as setout in Decision 2001/264/EC (1) shall apply.

[6] [6] Javier Solana
"In 2002, when setting up the Institute for Security Studies as a distinctively European venture, the Union's aim was to promote a progressively more European strategic debate that would transcend different cultures and national interests in security matters: an Institute that would ‘think European’, work with national institutes on joint projects, bring the different national security cultures together and put each one into perspective, with the general interest of the Union always its prime consideration.

Today, although Europeans may be somewhat prone to self-doubt, their desire for a stronger Europe on the international scene remains solid.

 And of course, national public opinion is frequently more ambitious than governments in this field. The citizen expects Europe to be a credible international player, influential and respected, capable of providing aid and of generating greater security, but also, with its views and values, of making its mark on the emergence of international governance in an age of globalisation.

The European Union Institute for Security Studies, … has fully succeeded in taking up this dual challenge of the Union's coherence and its intellectual visibility. The Institute has become an authoritative point of reference in Europe and much further afield.

Its publications have become works of reference on the specific manner in which Europeans analyse crises and view the world.
The presence of the Institute's researchers at many international conferences has helped enormously to increase awareness of the European approach to the major security issues.The Institute must continue on that course.

The Union needs the Institute to help it make sense of this complexity.Because foreign policy is no longer restricted to relations between States."

The bilderbergers Solana and former EU President Jacques Delors (honorary member of the Club of Rome). Even Swedish Foreign Minister, bilderberger Carl Bildt, appears in this society. In the Background EUISS Director Nicole Gnesotto.

Somehow Solana´s speech reminds me of communist Radio DDR (GDR) when the communist leaders told us in the West what lucky people in the GDR wanted and were thinking - as though this were the Volkswille - the will of 100% of the people. Which was lied, of course. As is Solana´s talk. He never got my approval of his statements which is what the eurocrats and the New World Order wishfully imagine as our desires! He speaks about the EUISS as though that thinktank were known by every one. I just learned about it a few days ago. Did any of my readers ever hear about it?

The DGAP is the German Council on Foreign Relations - a New World Order Institute intimately [7] connected with its US namesake and the Chatham House

Anyway, it does seem to be  a very influential think tank, feeding the Commission and the European Council with their poor and evil plans which we EU citizens have to suffer under.

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[7] connected with its US namesake and the Chatham House: