What are the main problems for the European continent?

Europe is in trouble. Although Europe is one of the richest regions in the world, Europe's leaders, with some positive exceptions such as Orbán, are clearly unable to understand, let alone solve the problem. Why is the elite so completely wrong?

Why the administrative elite are missing the point
The European administrative elite is characterized by an obsession with its own bloody past. When it comes to wars and organized massacres, Europe has a reputation to uphold. The packing of five ethnic groups: French, Dutch-speaking, Germans, Poles and (White) Russians on the fertile Northern European Plain, without proper geographical barriers between them, turned out to be a recipe for constant wars. The presence of the destabilizing British Isles adds to the festive spirit. In short: until recently there was a flourishing existence in Europe as a general, cannon manufacturer or manufacturer of wooden legs. As a conscript soldier or subject, of course, a little less.
No wonder that after the last and bloodiest episode in European history, World War II, war-weary Europeans decided to change course and prevent wars once and for all. The European Union was eventually born from the European Coal and Steel Community.

The current 70-year period without wars is very exceptional in European history. - Public domain

The chance of wars between European states is now small. This has less to do with the European Union, but more with the aging, highly developed population and shared interests. The likelihood of civil wars, on the other hand, is very high. It is therefore less useful to try to prevent wars between European countries than to tackle the causes of the impending civil war.

What are the main problems for the European continent?
I will list the main problems for the European continent below.
- The parasitic financial sector, which produces no added value and skims off the surplus from the rest of the economy, so that entrepreneurs cannot pay fair wages and invest in innovation. [1]
- Political priorities of the administrative elite, who are concerned only with the interests of the financial sector, not those of the population and the rest of the economy; [2]
- The conflict between pro-Western countries and Russia created by the American financial-military complex and errand boys like Hans van Baalen, probably because of the American obsession with the axis Germany-Russia. [3]
- The penetration of a feminine indigenous culture (which, admittedly, prevents armed conflict between countries) by millions of young, aggressive adherents to an extremely masculine Islamic culture. This flow of migrants was also deliberately set up by, among others, super speculator George Soros (foundations of his urged migrants to move to Europe) and politicians in high positions (Angela Merkel; the end of humanitarian aid to refugee camps in Jordan). The presumed target is the destabilization of Germany [3], thus avoiding the Germany-Russia axis.
- The complete misunderstanding among the administrative elite of first principles in terms of labor, matter, energy and value, which visionary entrepreneurs like Elon Musk and the Chinese leaders do. This is mainly due to the lack of science educators in politics. [4]
- The lack of imagination in the administrative elite, 'peak fantasy', where at the same time they impose the products of their own limited mental reach on the population, thus stifling the self-resolving capacity of society. [5]

1. How do we slaughter the bank chicken with wind eggs?
2. The problem is not too little money, but favoring the banks
3. Is the US trying to destabilize Europe?
4. Thinking First Principles: The Key to Wealth
5. Peak fantasy, a deadly danger

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