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The Nobel Peace Prize for the European Union

 

 

 

Congratulations to the European Union, the world’s biggest healing project, for winning the Nobel Peace Prize in October 2012. The roads from the Battles of Leningrad, Moscow, Stalingrad, Kursk, El Alamein, Sicily, Britain and Normandy and from the extermination camps at Maly Trastsianiets, Belzec, Sobibor, Majdanek, Treblinka, Auschwitz, Chemno, Jasenovac and Sajmiste that led to the defeat of the Nazis in the Battle of Berlin in the Second World War and to the raising of the Red Flag over the Reichstag by the Red Army and that later led to the institutions of the European Union in Brussels, Luxembourg and Strasbourg have now led to Oslo.

 

 

 

As this planet’s largest healing and spiritual project and with the world’s only international Parliament, the European Union will be one of the greatest achievements of the human race as it evolves over time into a federal United States of Europe and creates an integrated community of different races and cultures that live side by side with each other in peace and with respect for each other. A United States of Europe will end centuries of bloodshed on the European continent. It will become a bridge between the realms of Christianity and Islam when Turkey becomes a member. It is serving as a model for President Putin to follow as he works towards developing the concept for a twenty first century replacement for the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

 

This is all a far cry from the events of seventy years ago when the Nazis were exterminating the Jewish and Roma peoples and other unwanted groups and were intending over a longer time span to exterminate all the Slavic people from Berlin to the Urals and to make Europe a Slav free zone, the Slavs considered to be untermenschen or sub-humans not fit to inhabit the same lands as the master race Germans.

 

The Allied powers of America, France, the United Kingdom and the USSR that defeated the Nazis and their Fascist allies might have won the fighting of the Second World War in Europe but they did not win the peace of the Second World War. All four Allied powers share responsibility for the Cold War that followed the ending of the fighting of the Second World War. The conflict in political ideologies between the USA, the UK and France and that of the USSR that predated the Second World War found a new field of manifestation in post war Europe. Having lost 27 million lives in the USSR during the second World War, with Winston Churchill talking about rearming the defeated German army in Operation Unthinkable so that a new war could be declared against the Soviet Union to drive the Red Army back to the borders of the USSR, and with the Russian spies who had infiltrated the American development of the atomic bomb reporting back to Moscow about American forward scenario planning that included the atomic bombing of Russian cities, it is no surprise that in the immediate post war period Stalin kept the Eastern European countries that the Red Army had liberated from the Fascists under the Soviet sphere of influence as a buffer zone between the USSR and potential future military attack from Western Europe.

 

The nuclear arms race was started by the Americans. Immediately at the end of the Second World War in Europe, the American President Harry Truman directed General Eisenhower to draw up Plan Totality which envisaged a nuclear attack on the USSR with up to 30 atomic bombs. The following Soviet cities were intended to be wiped out in a first strike – Baku, Chelyabinsk, Gorky, Grozny, Irkutsk, Kazan, Kuybyshev, Leningrad, Magnitogorsk, Molotov, Moscow, Nizhny Tagil, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Saratov, Stalinsk, Sverdlovsk, Tashkent, Tbilisi, and Yaroslavl. As the American nuclear arms programme progressed with more warheads being added to the available inventory, Plan Totality became Plan Broiler in November 1947 with 34 bombs planned to be dropped on 24 Soviet cities, became Plan Halfmoon in May 1948 with 50 bombs planned to be dropped, became Plan Trojan in December 1948 with 133 bombs planned to be dropped on 70 urban targets and became Plan Offtackle in December 1949 with 220 bombs planned to be dropped on 104 urban targets. The Soviet Union tested its first atomic weapon in 1949. In the light of the American plans, it is not surprising that the USSR then initiated its own nuclear weapons production programme to defend its citizens.

 

The tension that was created in the ensuing nuclear arms race was mirrored in other manifestations of the Cold War such as the Berlin Blockade from 1948 to 1949, the erection of the Berlin Wall in 1961 and the Cuban missile crisis of 1962. It was only a matter of luck that the Cuban missile crisis did not result in a nuclear Holocaust. The Soviet nuclear missiles that had been installed on Cuban soil to protect Cuba from potential American aggression were under local operator control and were not under Kremlin control. They could have been fired at any time by local commanders without the Kremlin knowing and would have been fired had the planned American military invasion of Cuba during the crisis taken place. The American spy planes that were flying regularly over Cuba could have been mistaken at any time for attack planes and could have triggered the launching of the missiles. The Soviet submarine B-59 that got caught in the American naval blockade off the coast of Cuba was carrying a 15 kiloton nuclear warhead. Needing to surface to recharge its batteries, it interpreted the depth charges being dropped on it by the American vessel USS Beale to get it to surface as hostile. Out of contact with Moscow, the captain of the submarine, Valentin Grigorievitch Savitsky, thought that war had already started and gave the order to prepare to launch his nuclear torpedo. The B-59 was one of a small number of submarines that was en route to Cuba from Russia. By chance, the overall commander of the group, Vasili Arkhipov, was on board the B-59 and disagreed with the decision to launch the nuclear torpedo. Had he not been able to persuade Savitsky to surface so that contact could be made with Moscow, Valentin would have launched his torpedo.

 

Meanwhile, the institutions that were created in the post war period by some of the Western European countries that were intended to bring together the nations of Europe and to integrate them in spheres of co-operation so that there would be no more future military conflicts shone as a light of aspiration across Europe and evolved into what is now the European Union. The nations of Spain, Portugal and Greece were admitted following the transitions from government by dictatorship and military junta. Most of the Eastern European countries that were part of the Soviet sphere of influence have all been admitted subsequent to their return to democratic government. Against the odds, the peace of the Second World War has now been won some decades later by the alternative political and social ideology of the European Union superceding the Cold War which is why it was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.      

 

Unfortunately many of the English people have no real understanding of what the European Union is about and the historical context in which it has evolved and where it is going. They appear to be unwilling to give up some of the national individualism in the interests of strengthening the wider European community and of being a committed player in this European Peace Project. They seem only to put energy into self interest and into what they can get out of the European Union.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date of original posting: 28th November 2012 

 

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