Blogguer pour l’Europe

Blogger est bon pour l’Europe !

Depuis trois ansBloggingPortal.eu a réussi à proposer une collection de blogs et autre site-web liés à l’Union Européenne. C’est un excellent portail pour obtenir les dernières informations et les analyses les plus incisives des affaires Européennes. Bonne Anniversaire !

En tant que bloggeur, j’utilise BP comme source d’information et une partie du trafic de ce blog en provient également. En bref: ce portail est un outilsde grande valeur pour la sphère bloggo-européenne. Nous souhaitons à ce portail et à toute son équipe une longue et joyeuse, et les assurons de notre soutient.

Dans le reste de l’actualité des blog européens, l’ “Euro-apéro” de Janvier organisé par les cabris de l’europe se tiendra ce samedi, et le nom  de domaine de ce blog vient d’être renouvelé: la promesse de nombreux posts à venir.

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Blogging for Europe

Blogging is good for Europe !

For three years, BloggingPortal.eu has magnificently managed a pool of blogs and EU-related websites. It is a great portal to get the latest news and deepest insights on the European Affairs. Happy Birthday !

As a blogger, I use BP as a source of information ; and it is also where some of this blog traffic comes from. In short: it is a unvaluable tool for the euro-bloggo-sphere. We wish the portal and the team a long and happy life, and assure them of my support.

In other euro-blogging news, the January “Euro-apéro” organized by les cabris de l’europe will be held this Saturday, and this very blog domain name as been renewed, a promise of more blogging to come here.


A la surprise générale, M. Schulz prend la présidence du Parlement

Le résultat du vote au parlement européen est des plus inattendue: l’élection du nouveau président de cette assemblée a sélectionnée Martin Schulz avec une large majorité: 387 voix sur 670 (57%).

M. Schulz était devenu le favori de l’élection il y a environ deux ans et demi, quand les principaux partis du parlement avait conclu un accord pour se partager la présidence durant la législature entre le PPE et le parti Socialiste.


To everyone surprise, M Schulz is elected EP president

In an unexpected twist, the election of the new European Parliament president today in Strasbourg led Martin Schulz at the top with an absolute majority of 387 over 670 (57%).

Mr Schulz became a favorite in the poll only about two and a half years ago, when the main parties in the parliament worked out a deal to share the legislature presidency between the EPP and the socialist party.


Eurosceptic compares cruise ship grounding to eurozone crisis

As the Costa concordia wore the European Union flag on its side, the tragic crash on the shore is seen as a metaphor of what’s to come for the eurozone – maybe even a sign from God himself.

See here the post on “EU Referendum”.


Don’t worry, everything is going according to plan

The euro crisis and everything related: do not worry, it is all going according to plan. At least, that what I read on a eurosceptic blog post reacting to one of my post. The comments by the owner of the blog says :

the Euro was set up deliberately to have a series of crisis, in order to give an excuse to facilitate political union

So, do not be afraid: since the Maastricht treaty in 1992, our democratically elected leaders have playing with our economies in order to get «more Europe»… Hopefully, this strategic crisis has a secret solution that will be used once the citizens fold to «full EU integration». The only problem in that game is that people might notice the secret goal of the euro-dictators and may not accept the «giant leap towards» integration… The precisely prepare scheme is «all coming undone».

Note that despite this diabolic plan, the «the Euro is flawed, everything about it is flawed»; but apparently, it’s all on purpose.


Federal EU is Science Fiction

The role of a science-fiction writer is to extrapolate from the present days to paint a possible future. That is what English-SF-genius Peter Hamilton did in the novel Misspent Youth.

The story is not important in itself, I just want to point to the fact that the novel is set in a near future (in about thirty years) with a federal government of the EU, a european prime minister and prominent role for MEPs.

To make the story even more real, the EU is still highly critical viewed by the public, as a technocratic institutions and several separatist groups are mentioned. That feels right to me…