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The end of the E.U.

For the last couple of years I have been living in Russia and quite recently I took a trip through some of Europe’s major cites with a friend of mine who works in the industrial real estate business in Brussels and does very well for herself.

It is quite interesting to see how in a couple of years, it is possible to forget the actual ways of one’s country, when adaptation to another place is a requirement both for welfare and survival.

I moved to Moscow eight years ago from Washington D.C to work in an American company dedicated to the affairs of real estate that operates in all of Russia, but focuses mainly in major cities such as Moscow or Saint Petersburg, where the business is quite different from the rest of the nation.

Since I have come here to Europe I see a continent that is much different than the one I remember in a great number of negative ways.

Since the very beginning I have felt that the ideals of the Europe Union were wrong and abusive culturally speaking, given to the fact that the true objective of the E.U was and has always been to destroy the individual culture of European countries, therefore stripping them from their identity.

The European Union’s so called values have been the chief destructors of Europe, for they have earnestly destroyed the roots and traditions of every country of that confederacy, intending to create one big nation destined for destruction.

Throughout my years in Russia I have seen many Europeans come to visit and simply by listening to a couple of words from their ideology and glancing at their empty eyes I could tell, and in fact I told a lot of people, that Europe was destined to burn by a fire built by their own hands.

The leaders of the European Union spread amongst their folk a fever of multiculturalism that spread throughout the member countries like fire spreads through a dry cornfield, speaking harshly against anybody who would not agree with the given policy.

In addition to a fanatical multicultural tendency, the European Union’s leaders have skillfully made working robots out of their citizens, making them forget about any other branch of life, including reproduction, a concept that slowly but surely has become a negative social trend.

This is nothing new, for countries of continental Europe have proved to be much short sighted throughout history, particularly in that of the last century, when they were overrun twice by an enemy who grew stronger than them under their own noses except only for the British who were always, and still are, many steps ahead of the Europeans who have never known how to handle themselves properly.

It is only by looking into the past that we can understand the present and predict the future for humanity has a pattern of behavior that has never and will ever change.

Because of their lack of foresight Europe is now doomed and as usual they begin to wake up when it is simply too late.

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We are just like ancient Rome

Rome, the very word brings back law and order; architecture, engineering and paved roads to the ends of the world and back. It is well known what happened to the country of Virgil and Caesar, yet like the phoenix bird the ghost of that long lost land has taken rest in western 21st century civilization.

Aside the outstanding physical contributions, Roman society itself had certain attributes such as love for money, success and military glory. Put all of these together and you have the Roman games or our modern day sport competitions.

Sports are a wonderful thing; they are war without death, a clash of strategy and discipline where the sharpest skill is the one who will claim victory.

Just like us, the Romans loved going to the coliseum, what would be the stadium for a 21st century crowd. Except for the fact that Roman festivities were bloodier and deadlier there are some striking similarities between our games and theirs such as:



The Roman stadiums were of an oval shape and rows of stone seats that went around the superstructure like a knife peeling an orange overlooking the arena, which was mainly filled by sand (Arena is the Latin word for sand) where people would contest other people or hideous beasts to death.

In our time stadiums are also oval superstructures with bleacher seats unfolding like a snake resting beneath a rock. Our bleacher seats, of course, are a great deal more confortable and they are sometimes skillfully painted with the colors of the home team.

VATICAN CITY, VATICAN - MAY 01: Ageneral view of St. Peter's Square during John Paul II Beatification Ceremony held by Pope Benedict XVI on May 1, 2011 in Vatican City, Vatican. The ceremony marking the beatification and the last stages of the process to elevate Pope John Paul II to sainthood was led by his successor Pope Benedict XI and attended by tens of thousands of pilgrims alongside heads of state and dignitaries. (Photo by Elisabetta Villa/Getty Images)


The Roman crowd liked to watch a good show and what it came with it such as banners and costumes of all kinds. Another great asset that the Romans loved was the food at the stadiums, for all of them were given good bread and strong wine to enjoy the chaos.

Modern audiences also enjoy a great heart-stopping game wearing the jersey of their favorite team enjoying a big hamburger or hotdog on one hand and a large beer on the other.


Super Stars

In Roman times good Gladiators became tremendously famous to the extent of buying little figures of such or such fighter. Some gladiators became so famous that they returned to the arena after earning their freedom.

Great football players or any famous sportsperson is a super star in the 21st century and become a roll model for society.

Next time that you see or hear from ancient Rome do acknowledge, dear reader, how similar you are to them.

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