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Otto von Habsburg vs Yugoslavia
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First of all, Id like to thank a fellow Y-tuber, Slovenian guy Aljosa who was so kind to make a transcript of this TV report which made the translation far easier.
For all those who at some point wondered about who killed Yugoslavia...
The video is just a hint of the full and true background story on how European aristos and fat cats covertly worked on undermining and toppling European communist regimes and even dismembering countries in order to push forward their project of united Europe and more importantly, the idea of laissez faire, the state of economic anarchy which shifts the power from governments into the hands of tycoons.
The links at the bottom as well as the video at hand are specifically related to the case of Yugoslavia.
I recommend doing your own research on the Pinay Cercle/Le Cercle, Mont Pelerin Society, Paneuropean Union and Sovereign Military Order of Malta.
This is an excerpt from the history page of the official Paneuropa website
At the same time, under the leadership of Bernd Posselt and Walburga von Habsburg, the Pan-Europa Union strengthened its work as a special representative of the international office beyond the Iron Curtain and established contacts with civil rights organizations in Poland such as the trade union "Solidarnosc", "Charter 77" and church institutions as well as in Hungary, in former Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia as well as in the Baltic states. The pan-European underground work received a boost through the strong support of the Polish Pope, John Paul II and Bishop of Augsburg Josef Stimpfle, who were connected throughout their lives to the Pan-Europa movement. On 24 November 1986, the German Chancellor, Helmut Kohl and the Pan-Europa Union made a joint declaration for overcoming the division of Germany and Europe. At the "Pan-European Picnic" in August 1989 on the Austrian-Hungarian border near Sopron / Sopron, the first tears were made in the Iron Curtain and over 650 Germans from the GDR made it to the West. Mass demonstrations in the GDR and general strikes in other Central European countries followed and with the collapse of the communist regime in the autumn and winter of 1989, the goal of a reunified Pan-Europa was within reach. Central European leaders such as Vaclav Havel in the Czech Republic, Vitautas Landsbergis in Lithuania or France Bucar in Slovenia supported the Pan-Europa work which was done in their countries and took on leading functions. Pan-Europa organizations were set up in all the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. In December 1990, the International General Assembly of the Pan-Europa Union met in Prague, the first time this summit was held in a former Soviet bloc country. The Pan-Europa Union actively set about suppoerting the rapid accession of the liberated countries of Central and Eastern Europe to the European Union, which in a first phase, became reality on 1 May 2004, with the accession of Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Slovenia. The Pan-Europa Union also actively supported the accession of Romania, Bulgaria, on 1 January 2007 to the European Union as well as for the speedy accession of Croatia and Macedonia. Regarding the Convention on a draft European constitutional treaty, the Pan-Europa Union gave the President of the Convention, Valéry Giscard d'Estaing concrete proposals which have mainly been included in the treaty text of the European Constitution.
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