Monday, 22 October 2012

Cordon sanitaire


Cordon sanitaire was originally the name for the isolation area for the containment of epidemics as well as a chain of buffer states organized around a nation considered ideologically dangerous or potentially hostile.

Cordon sanitaire, established under the aegis of Great Britain and France after the collapse of the Russian empire along the European borders of Soviet Russia and restricted the penetration of communist ideas in Western countries in the 1920 - 1930. Since 1990 the term has became widely used again.

Cordon sanitaire is the name given for the device and media policy to prevent extremist political parties (mostly right or far right) found in a ruling coalition. At this point it is worth noting any party whose political ideologies are right of Marxist/Socialist is considered Extreme Far right.

Cordon sanitaire or quarantine line — is a French phrase that literally translated, means "sanitary cordon". its use in English is almost always metaphorical and political, and refers to attempts to prevent the spread of an ideology deemed unwanted or dangerous, such as the containment policy adopted by George F. Kennan against the Soviet Union.

French Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau is credited with the first use of the phrase as a metaphor for ideological containment. In March 1919, he urged the newly independent border states that had seceded from Russian Empire and Soviet Russia to form a defensive union and thus quarantine the spread of communism to Western Europe; he called such an alliance a cordon sanitaire.

The Cordon sanitaire is now a defensive action against the rise of Nationalist parties in Europe, the enemy is different but the method of containment is the same.

In France, the policy of non-cooperation with Front National together with the majoritarian electoral system leads to the fact, that FN is permanently underrepresented in Parliament despite its now receiving 11.3% of the vote). Should an election takes place now a recent poll now put that figure at an estimated 25% of the vote.

In the Czech Republic, the Communist Party is effectively excluded from any possible coalition because of strong anti-Communism present in most political parties, including the Social Democrats. Also a cordon sanitaire was put around the Republicans of Miroslav Sládek, when they were active in the Parliament (1992–1998).

When any of its members was set to speak, other deputies would leave the Chamber of Deputies. In Estonia and Latvia, "Russian-speaking" parties (ForHRUL and Harmony Centre in Latvia, formerly Constitution party in Estonia) are excluded from participation in ruling coalitions on state level.

In Great Britain, once the heart of what was known as the birthplace of Western democracy, the ruling one party Socialist system refuses to co-operate with the right wing British National Party and even employs Fascists thugs to disrupt their meetings, the British Prime Minister being a supporter of this violent group.

In Spain, groups who are perceived as supporters of Catalan or Basque nationalisms such as People's Party have been sometimes excluded from any government coalition in the respective regions.

The European federalists back the Spanish government to the hilt, they are terrified that the Basque people on obtaining independence might wish to leave the Federation and demand self rule.

In Sweden, the political parties in the parliament have adopted a policy of non-cooperation with Sweden Democrats in the municipalities. However, there have been exceptions where local politicians have supported resolutions from SD

In Norway, all the parliamentary parties had consistently refused to formally join into a governing coalition at state level with the right-wing Progress Party until 2005 when the Conservative Party opened up for this. In some municipalities however, the Progress Party cooperate with many parties, including the centre-left Labour Party.

So what we are seeing surrounding Europe is protection or a Cordon sanitaire ranged against any party opposed to the Marxist/Socialist ideals and aims of the European federation. As Nationalism is the sworn enemy of Marxism one can understand why in nearly all cases the Cordon sanitaire is aimed solely and squarely at European Nationalist parties.

It would explain why all sections of the British establishment, this country being a satellite region and answerable to Brussels, are ranged against the only popular representative of Nationalism in the UK, the British Nationalist Party; these include the UK’s single party political system the LibLabCon, the Clergy, Judiciary, the TV and print media, very senior officers of Law enforcement, Common Purpose, socialist dominated councils, Education quango’s, tertiary or otherwise and far left leaning trade unions.

They are all answerable to the Cordon sanitaire, they all protect the status quo. They are also knowingly or unknowingly enemies of Great Britain.