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Europhiles strongly support the European Union and increased European integration

A Europhile is a person who strongly supports the European Union, further European integration, and prefers the power of European institutions above that of the EU's (member-)states. Europhiles are globalists, and many of them are socialists or liberals.

The slide toward a federal Europe began with the formation of the European Coal and Steel Community in 1952 and the European Economic Community in 1958. The Treaty of Maastricht in 1992 and the further expansion of the EU soon after greatly accelerated the slide toward the dreamed federal Europe.[1] The goal of europhiles is the foundation of a United States of Europe, which many of them view as a stepping stone to establishing a one-world government.

Opposition to the Europhile agenda consists of people who oppose the growing power of the European Union and further immigration and integration, something referred to as Euroskepticism.

Policies advocated by europhiles

See also: War on Sovereignty

Notable europhiles

  • Emmanuel Macron, president of France since 2017, former banker at Rothschild.
  • Alexander Van der Bellen, president of Austria since 2017
  • François Hollande, president of France from 2012 until 2017.
  • Guy Verhofstadt, member of the European Parliament since 2009, formerly Prime Minister of Belgium.
  • Angela Merkel, German chancellor since 2005.
  • Helmut Kohl, Chancellor of Germany from 1982 until 1998, also one of the architects of the Maastricht treaty. (but more conservative)
  • François Mitterrand, president of France from 1981 until 1995, also one of the architects of the Maastricht treaty.
  • Donald Tusk, president of the European Council since 2014, Prime Minister of Poland from 2007 until 2014.
  • Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission from 2014 to 2019.
  • Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission since 2019
  • Tony Blair, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.[7]
  • Martin Schulz, German politician, member of the EP from 1994 until 2017.
  • George Soros, Hungarian leftist philanthropist, funder of multiple activities of the European (-and globalist) agenda.
  • Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, Austrian-Japanese politician known for its Coudenhove-Kalergi-Plan.
  • Jean Monnet, former French minister of Foreign Affairs, also known as the "father of Europe"
  • Robert Schuman, Luxembourg-born French statesman known for its Schumanplan.
  • David Cameron, former UK Prime Minister, globalist who campaigned for having the UK remain in the EU
  • Barack Hussein Obama, 44th President of the United States.[8][9]

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