Pope Francis has been awarded the Charlemagne prize. Although the prize purports to reward whoever has done the most to promote European unity, in truth it seems to go to whoever has been the greatest traitor that year. Last year it went to Martin Schulz; this year to the Judas Pope.
The first ever recipient of this prize was Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, who predicted that Europeans would be merged with brownskins, to be ruled over by a Jewish aristocracy.
The man of the future will be a mongrel. Today’s races and classes will disappear owing to the disappearing of space, time, and prejudice. The Eurasian-Negroid race of the future, similar in its outward appearance to the Ancient Egyptians, will replace the diversity of peoples with a diversity of individuals.
From the European quantity-people, who only belief in numbers, the mass, two quality races rise up: blood aristocracy and Jewry. Separate from each other both of them stick to their belief in their higher mission, of their better blood, in the different ranks of the people. In both of these heterogenic merited races lies the core of the European nobility of the future: in the feudal blood aristocracy, as far as it did not let itself be corrupted by the farm, in the Jewish spiritual aristocracy as far as it did not let itself be corrupted by money [capitalism].
Coudenhove-Kalergi was one of the founders of the European Union. All through through the interwar years, he went about promoting the idea of a European confederation – absent Britain, it has to be said, he thought the British Empire would be a power of its own.
Source: New York Times, Pan Europe Idea Affects America, November 15, 1925
Coudehove-Kalergi’s initiative received finance and support from Jews.
Jews Participate in Pan-europe Congress Sessions in Vienna
October 5, 1926 Vienna (Oct. 4)
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
Several Jewish European leaders took a prominent part in the first Pan-European Congress which opened here Sunday, when the movement to establish a United States of Europe, modelled after the United States of America, took definite shape.
The keynote of the Congress was sounded by Paul Loebe, president of the German Reichstag, and Francis de Laisi, a Frenchman, Count Richard Coudenhove Kalergi, an Austro-Japanese, who launched the movement in 1923, Rudolph Goldscheid and Bronislaw Huberman, who delivered the principal addresses.
Many individual European Jews are furthering the Pan-European movement by giving it financial support. Among the messages received from various countries were those from Luigi Luzzatti, Leon Blum, Georg Brandes, Georg Bernhard, Harry Warburg and Max Rheinhardt.
Count Coudenhove Kalergi, who is married to Ida Roland, a Jewess, when interviewed by the representative of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency here expressed his opinion that the Pan-European movement ought to find particular support on the part of the Jews who are scattered throughout the various countries in Europe. The creation of the United States of Europe would be beneficial to the Jews as it would eliminate racial hatred and economic rivalry, he said.