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The Blackening of Europe

Author(s): Clare Ellis

I. Ideologies and International Developments

The Blackening of Europe is a critical analysis of the historical and ideological origins of the European Union, with special regard to the consequences of these developments for the indigenous Europeans who presently risk becoming demographic and political minorities in their own homelands.

Broken into three volumes, Volume I. Ideologies and International Developments traces the seeds of the present-day EU to its earliest theoreticians and to the societies and historical dynamics that helped to bring it about and shape it. From Count Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi to the Fabian Society and the Frankfurt School, from tensions between Europe and the Middle East to the ambition to weld Eurafrica, from Kant, the cosmopolitans and the Enlightenment liberals up to neoliberalism and neoconservatism, the first volume of The Blackening of Europe provides one of the first thorough analytical critiques of the European Union from the point of view of the rights of indigenous Europeans.

  • The book’s treatment of Liberalism and Conservatism is equally masterful, and includes a powerful critique of neoconservatism that includes references to, and quotes from, such figures as Sam Francis. [...] Clare Ellis is to be commended for producing what is sure to be the definitive work on the co-option of the European unity project from its beginning by hostile forces, and for setting down for all time one of the clearest records yet written of the ideological, financial, political, and ethnic interests behind them.
    Andrew Joyce, The Occidental ObserverThe Occidental Observer
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Contents

Introduction

Part I: Central Influences on the Formation of the European Union

1. Early European Integration

1.1 Kalergi’s Paneuropean Movement

1.1.1 Historical and Political Context

1.1.2 Ideology

1.1.3 Ethnonationalism Sterilised for Mischief

1.1.4 Eurafrica

1.1.5 Funding, Support, Leadership, and Opposition

1.2 American Influence and Further Eurafrican Development, 1945–1970

1.2.1 American Intellectual and Financial Involvement

1.2.2 The European Economic Community

2. The Fabian Society and the Frankfurt School

2.1 The Fabian Society

2.1.1 The London School of Economics and the Labour Party

2.2 The Frankfurt School

2.2.1 Cultural Marxism and Critical Theory

2.3 Fabianism, Cultural Marxism, Paneuropean  Socialism, and the New Left

3. International and Geopolitical Developments

3.1 Middle-East Conflicts and Euro-Arab Cooperation, 1948–1979

3.1.1 1973 Oil Embargo and the Euro-Arab Dialogue (EAD)

3.1.2 Politicisation of the EAD and Promotion of Islam in Europe

3.2 Euro-Arab Cooperation and Integration, 1985 to Twenty-first Century

3.2.1 Euro-Arab and Euro-Mediterranean Relations and Funding

3.2.2 Anna Lindh Foundation, European Neighbourhood Policy, and Union for the Mediterranean

Part II: Deep Ideological Currents

4. Original to New Cosmopolitanism, and a Critique

4.1 Cosmopolitanism

4.1.1 Kantian Cosmopolitanism

4.1.2 Proletarian Cosmopolitanism

4.1.3 Critical Cosmopolitanism: Jürgen Habermas

4.1.4 Universal Cosmopolitanism: Martha Nussbaum

4.1.5 Liberal and Pluralistic Cosmopolitanism: William Kymlicka

4.1.6 New Cosmopolitanism

4.2 Critique of Cosmopolitanism

4.2.1 Jürgen Habermas

4.2.2 Elitism, Global Cities, and Mental Health

4.2.3 Kymlicka: Minority and Majority Rights

5. Liberalism

5.1 Classical Liberalism

5.2 Modern, Social or New Liberalism

5.3 Neoliberalism

6. Conservatism: Classical to Neoconservatism

6.1 Paleoconservatism

6.2 Neoconservatism

6.3 Critique of Neoconservatism

Afterword

Index

Bibliography

Binding

Paperback

Author

Clare Ellis

ISBN-13

978-1-912975-45-7

ISBN-10

1912975459

Languages

English

Number Of Pages

292

Publication Date

2020-04-09

Publisher

Arktos Media Ltd

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