Churchill’s anti-communist crusade and the making of Europe
What is really the origins of the European Union ? To answer this question and to well understand the real origins of Europe, the mainstream of International relations and European historiography would not be in any way of useful help. The man who made Europe was the former British warmonger, Winston Churchill who vowed his lifetime, since the infancy of the Bolshevik revolution, for fighting and for ferociously struggling against Communism and its spread first in Europe and then later over the world. Let us begin by the real origins of the story of what we call today the European Union presented in the media and among the academic circles as the result of a long and a painful history beginning with the utmost willingness of its leaders and its people to unite their efforts within a political and economic framework.
the man who made Europe was Winston Churchill. After launching his anti-communist crusade in his infamous speech of March 5, 1946 at Fulton, Missouri in presence of another warmonger , the American president Harry Truman, and further speeches in pursuit of his aim, Winston Churchill returned to Europe with the main objective to wage his ant-communist crusade within the European continent. Soon he was waging a campaign for united Europe as a means of pushing Russia out of eastern Europe. As he did in Fulton, Missouri, Churchill gave at the University of Zurich on September 19, 1946, a similar speech bewailing the tragedy of Europe saying “that is all that the Germanic races have got by tearing each other to pieces and spreading havoc far and wide” This meant that the Nazis might not have been so far wrong was followed by an appeal to France and Germany to establish “partnership”. He suggested the union, as a first step the European states which were out of the “iron curtain”; the implication was clear that the states of east Europe would be brought in eventually. On May 14, 1947, Churchill made it absolutely plain when he said that “our aim is to bring about the unity of all nations of all Europe”; He explained that “the whole purpose of a united democratic Europe is ot give decisive guarantees against aggression”. In short words, Europe must unite with her nearly 400 000 000 people under the American atomic umbrella so that to wage a common anti-communist and racist crusade against inferior races, those of the Soviet Union.