FLAG OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

Thoughts on the European Union Elections

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

There is no question that some voters in the European Union have made it very clear that they do not want to put up with socialism.  This was strongly felt in Great Britain and France where the more fiscally conservative parties were victorious, thus sending a clear message as to who they want as representatives in the European Parliament; however, in Italy and Germany the “mainstream” parties managed to prevail.

The above scenario means that an army of socialists are still the majority in the European Parliament.

I wish I could be more optimistic– but don’t expect earth shattering improvements on the moral front– considering that the socialists are still holding most of the power.

I expect that what we will see is a more critical assessment of international trade– accompanied by strong support of the national manufacturing base, in France and the UK.

Meanwhile, UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, called Brussels “too big, too bossy and too interfering.”  It is no wonder that Cameron is leading the attack against the progressive Christian-Democrat, Jean-Claude Juncker, in order to prevent Juncker from becoming Europe’s Spitzenkandidat (top candidate) to the presidency of the European Commission.  It is interesting to note that the European mainstream media considers Juncker a “conservative.”  I beg to differ.

Juncker is an old Brussels insider. Juncker’s former job as Prime Minister of Luxembourg ended in a firestorm, following a spy scandal à la NSA.  This opened the door for the first Luxembourgian openly homosexual Prime Minister, Xavier Bettel, who enjoyed the validation of Luxembourg’s Catholic Grand Duke Henri.

If there was any question before, now it is very clear that Luxembourg will never be the same.  But this is just a side note, to give you a taste of the flavors and colors of the European Union.

So we will sit and wait, as the more fiscally conservative members of the EU parliament begin their work.

At the end of the day, public policies in Europe will continue to be centered on economics.  The sacred defense of the traditional family and the battle against abortion may be mentioned– but they will probably soon become back-seat issues.

Yet, the defense of human life and the traditional family constitute the foundation of a healthy economy– since a broken society is always susceptible to the risk of being “rescued” by the socialists.

And the beat goes on.

Someone has to say the truth…

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Topics: European Union, Elections, Jean-Claude Juncker, David Cameron, Brussels, Luxembourg, European Commission, Abortion, Traditional Family, Current Events, News, International.

 

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Marielena Montesino de Stuart Conservative Columnist and Speaker. Republican Candidate for the U.S. Senate (on the ballot 2012 - Florida). New Leadership and Courage for America.