The New Totalitarian Temptation: Global Governance and the Crisis of Democracy in Europe, by Todd Huizinga. A book that goes to the heart of the global elites and their politically correct coup.
What caused the eurozone debacle and the chaos in Greece? Why has Europe’s migrant crisis spun out of control, over the heads of national governments? Why is Great Britain calling a vote on whether to leave the European Union? Why are established political parties declining across the continent while protest parties rise?
All this is part of the whirlwind that EU elites are reaping from their efforts to create a unified Europe without meaningful accountability to average voters.
The ambitions of the global governancers are unlimited. They seek to transform not just the world’s political order, but the social order as well—discarding basic truths about human nature and the social importance of tradition in favor of a human rights policy defined by radical autonomy and unfettered individual choice.
And the global governance ideology at the heart of the EU is inherently antidemocratic. EU true believers are not swayed by the common sense of voters, nor by reality itself.
Because the global governancers aim to transfer core powers of all nations to supranational organizations, the EU is on a collision course with the United States.
But the utopian ideas of global governance are taking root [in the US] too, even as the European project flames into rancor and turmoil. …
The ‘European project’ is unraveling—not a moment too soon—because its soft authoritarianism is becoming too obvious to disguise or ignore. …
Ambassador John Bolton hailed the watershed Brexit vote as the most historic event since the fall of the Berlin Wall. It was a shot across the EU’s bow and heard around the world.