EU, Brussels Apr. 25, 2008. A very revealing disclosure by Vice-President of the EU Commission and Anti-Fraud Although being a Soviet apparatschik for 20 years and a revealed liar!!!), Siim Kallas:" I was struck by the sometimes barely concealed mistrust against the Commission that I encountered. …Some NGOs I met claimed that the Commission's public consultations were biased. They said – and still say – that not all contributions received equal treatment. In short, they claimed that our decisions were driven by big business rather than convincing arguments or seeking the common European good."
So, what to do? Mr. Kallas promises these NGOs to make a voluntary register for lobbyists - but only for firms - not for private persons!!! And Mr. Kallas does not quite understand the NGOs: He thought they had been bought off: "I recently learned that one of the key NGOs involved in debating the European Transparency Initiative is planning a cyber action "targeting the inboxes of one or two key persons in the Commission working on the issue". It would be ironic if those advocating decent lobby behaviour were the first to break our draft code of conduct! …I understand the NGOs now have higher expectations, I have recently decided to stop the current possibility of accepting, as Commission staff, experts from – and paid by – private companies.My line is this: money does not "equal" influence, but it does enhance it " (On NGOs, too) !!!

Considering the scepticism of the NGOs and the corruption of the eurocrats there is but one way to keep up EU appearances of democracy: Buy the NGOs! And that is what the EU is doing. Everybody is presumed to have his price !!!

In Brussels on Apr. 17, 2007, EU Commissioner for Enlargement, Olli Rehn, made a speech to representatives of civil society organsations from the Balkans. His speech is interesting for once more showing the democracy definition of  the EU pertains – not to you and me - but to civil society, i.e. NGOs bought by the EU. This is an abstract.

There is every reason to be sceptic to the EUs abuse of NGOs/civil society, for it is the tool of demagogues.

On the occasion of the 10. Anniversary of the Barcelona Declaration Michael Gorbachev stated  in Alhambra on Dec. 9-10, 2005:" An outstanding president, and let me nominate him here, Vladimir Lenin, said that without addressing the general issues, don't even try to address the specific issues. Today we need to address the general issues (p.11)….I have been saying for some time that, today, the policy makers cannot succeed without pressure from civil society, without civil society participating in addressing political problems. Today, policy makers need an alliance with civil society – pressure and control from civil society (p.13)."

In his scandalous speech at the Rabat Commitment Conference
on June 13, 2005, where representatives of our governments  together with the Arabs laid the guidelines for the final undermining of our culture in favour of Islam

the leader of the Danish Centre for Cultural Development (DCCD) of the Danish Foreign Ministry, Olaf Gerlach Hansen (No. 3 from the right), said: "One of our major criteria for success is the increased involvement of civil society actors in addition to governmental and private actors. - (We have) to indicate what will each of the partner organisations (with that I mean UNESCO, ISESCO, ALECSO (Arab League) , Anna Lindh Foundation, DCCD) do to help the core agents, i.e. those who will do the “real work”.
According to arts. 4 and 5a of the
ISESCO Charter the ISESCO is to prevent Muslims from being integrated in non-muslim countries - and to spread Islam in the whole World.

"The Anna Lindh Foundation for the Dialogue between the Cultures" works with NGOs . "The Foundation will link civil society projects in the region in it’s main fields of activities:youth, culture, education, communication, science, human rights, sustainable development, democratic citizenship and empowerment of women." (Traugott Schoefthaler, the 1. Director of the ALF).

In UNESCOs Cultural Convention from 2005 it is stated: "Article 11 – Participation of civil society.
Parties acknowledge the fundamental role of civil society in protecting and promoting the diversity of cultural expressions
. Parties shall encourage the active participation of civil society in their efforts to achieve the objectives of this Convention.

Olli Rehn:
The initiative to this conference was born out of the recognition that the civil society plays a key role in the EU accession process of Southeast Europe. The European future of the Western Balkans and Turkey lies primarily in the hands of their peoples and their democratically elected leaders. Moving closer to EU membership requires both political will and citizens' support. Civil society organisations can help achieving this.
Turkey has been negotiating accession since October 2005. In this process, the journey is as important as the destination. That is, the EU accession perspective should drive forward such reforms that help Turkey to transform itself into a more open and democratic society, with a strong commitment to the values shared by all Europeans.

Tower of Bable. Note the lower left corner of this EU poster (with inverted pentagrams - the sign of the illuminist God - and the EU has declared itself to be illuminist, explanatory part): These people have cubic heads - like robots. "Führer befiehl. Wir folgen." This is the aim of  EU civil society: Well trained, harmless masses. This poster showing the rebuilding (cranes) of the Tower of Bable is an infantile protest against God (Gen. 11:1-9). It expresses the same thing as the pyramid with the lifted capstone: A reminder to complete the world state of the New World Order.

Turkey is a case in point how a strong civil society is both a prerequisite and a consequence of a successful EU accession process. Today, the civil society can play an invaluable role by calling for better dialogue and the spirit of compromise. It was evident to both President Barroso and me as we visited Turkey last week that the country is again at the crossroads. It needs our support – and a vocal civil society – to ensure the respect for democracy, rule of law and democratic secularism.
Comment: This fundamentalist Turkish government which will not grant Christian congregations nor the Kurds the EU minority rights nor abmit its genocides of the past! This government the Islamist leader of which, Erdogan, plainly states, that there is no moderate Islam!!! now needs the support of the EU against those nasty militaries who want to save Turkey from becoming islamist!! 
Obviously, Olli Rehn sees Islamism as a precondition for Turkish EU accession!!

Overall, the Western Balkans is making steady progress towards the EU. If the current challenges, such as Kosovo's status conclusion and Serbia's democratic stability, can be successfully overcome, then the region has a bright future – and that future is in the European Union.

The role of civil society in EU enlargement.
As civil society representatives, you are the bridge between the EU institutions, national authorities and citizens. You can raise awareness of the successes and challenges of EU enlargement. You can strengthen confidence between citizens in the EU and the aspirant members. You can support the reforms in Southeast Europe.

Civil society organisations are essential for building what social scientists call "social capital". Moreover, non-governmental organisations help transform societies in the candidate and potential candidate countries.

Balkan and Turkish civil society organisations have spread the European spirit by promoting the basic values of democracy, human rights, good governance and the rule of law. Together with independent media, they have relentlessly resisted resurgent nationalism and fundamentalisms, and helped build bridges of inter-ethnic confidence.
Comment: And how efficient this has been is clearly seen in Kosovo! 

The EU has bought civil society – and so has illuminist George Soros of the US and European Council on Foreign Relations.
As for Soros´ forcing the Bank of England out of the European Monetary Tube to devaluate the British pound, his stealing the money of poor South Eastern Asian countries, and collaborating in weapons deals with Shafiq bin Laden , the brother of Osama , even meeting him on Sept. 11, 2001, see here.
Soros was to speak at the EU meeting with the civil society of the Balkans right after Olli Rehn. Both are building a bought civil society for the  New World Order´s world state.

- even the EU has provided assistance for a broad range of civil society organisations, such as those working in inter-ethnic relations, protection of minority rights, including Roma, poverty reduction, environmental protection and social development.

Often, we worked closely with other donors. For instance, in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the Open Society Institute – whose founder George Soros will speak right after me – opened 12 centres around the country to support NGOs in their networking and communication activities. EU financed 8 of those centres, in socially and economically deprived areas of the country.

The EU established a training programme to advance NGOs in the less developed eastern and western regions of Serbia. Also, we supported the work of the Kosovo Civil Society Foundation to promote over 50 NGOs active in the fields of minority and women’s rights, cultural exchange and better governance. As a result, more women in Kosovo run their own enterprises, children understand more about European culture, and language lessons are on offer to the Roma community.

Currently, a new facility to support civil society development and dialogue is being established. Financial support to civil society will increase significantly in the period 2008–2010, amounting approximately to 130 million Euros for the Western Balkans and Turkey. The new facility will support three types of civil society development projects: 1.local civil society initiatives and 2. capacity-building, especially reinforcing the role of civil society; 3. partnerships and networks between civil society organisations in the EU and the enlargement countries; and programmes to bring journalists, young politicians, trade union leaders and teachers into contact with EU institutions.

This conference is not a one-off event, but the first in a series of what we intend to make an annually recurrent meeting with civil society representatives from the EU and the enlargement countries.