Western illiberalism destroys the future of Europe

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By Constantin Radut
I am a fan of Télévision Suisse Romande, TSR, broadcast on TV5. I always see a well-coordinated show, presented professionally and without hesitation to local or federal authorities in Evetia.
I was very surprised to see and hear that today, in Geneva, one of the richest and most sophisticated cities in Europe and in the world, there are people dying of hunger in the land of money and underground diplomacy. I was thinking about how much the world has changed since our great diplomat Nicolae Titulescu fought with the great sharks of the interwar establishment for the creation of liberal and modern world order. A society in which the wealth of the few had to bring prosperity to the many as well. A fair liberal society, so to speak. The TSR report presented images of endless strings of caregivers from outside Switzerland who were fired and no longer had a source of income.
How sad for the 21st century, in a country rich and pampered by history. However, a country where undeclared work is widespread. More than 70% of women who are housekeepers in Switzerland work illegally. Underground economy and corruption. Why? And if so, why does the OECD not make it clear that the underground economy is highly developed in a developed country with claims of great liberal democracy. And she’s not alone.
In Germany, a huge scandal broke out these days with the workers from Eastern Europe. They are deceived by German companies, through intermediaries in their home countries, that they will earn much more money than if they worked in their home country. This is a story that has been going on for years. Including with Romanian citizens. The short-term workers’ scandal, as Der Spiegel flatters them, would not come to light if the Sars CoV-2 virus did not show what inhumane conditions were offered in Germany to those in Eastern Europe for work and accommodation. A real slavery in the expanding global and digital society.
You get a real disgust when you notice that Germany and Angela Merkel (so-called champions of European liberalism) mock the work of hundreds of thousands of citizens in Eastern Europe. With what right and in whose name Germany can violate basic human rights and other states are put on the wall because they want to build their own democratic society.
What makes Viktor Orban lower than Angel Merkel? Why Germany can impose certain rights in parliamentary democracy and other states are sanctioned for defending their own legal, economic and social systems. If Germany now wanted a few to bring in more than 1 million Syrian immigrants, it did so not out of humanism but to strengthen its demographic structure. If today Germany wants to import from the bases of immigrants from Greece only young people aged 13, 14, 15, without families, this can only be qualified as a liberal policy deeply detrimental to the future of the European Union and the perspective of our continent.
We have supported and continue to support the vision of French President Macron for a fair and modern Europe. We do not believe that this will be achieved now and in the near future.
The policies we talked about above can only be described as hybrid, illiberal regimes that are detrimental to Europe’s political health. We strongly believe that Western liberalism established in several European countries will ruin the EU and Europe.

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