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"Mr President, I have not met many people who are not in favour of the protection of natural, architectural or cultural heritage. Indeed, much of my constituency, the East of England, fits the bill as a rural area. That is, of course, as long as some of the misguided, unsustainable development plans from Mr John Prescott, our Deputy Prime Minister, can be halted. Great Britain is an island with its own extensive natural and architectural heritage. However, although at face value this report has noble intentions, it serves to threaten Britain’s heritage. The proposals in the report have the specific aim of subsuming Britain’s distinct and diverse culture into the federalist fairytale creation of a common European culture. Sadly, many MEPs see culture purely as a tool for promoting European integration and pursuing a delusional project called ‘a United States of Europe’. Why can people here not understand that there is so such thing as a common European culture, no common history and no common heritage, just as there is no common architecture or common language? Europe is a continent formed of unique nation-states with very different histories and heritage. That is what makes Europe so very interesting and attractive. The only way to achieve this report’s declared ambition of convincing Europe’s citizens that they share the same culture would be through lies. That is what frightens me. Today’s political elite seems to have no qualms about such deception. We have seen successive British governments seemingly deliberately and successfully keeping the British public in the dark about ‘project Europe’. What must be recognised is that the European Union’s integration agenda is one of the greatest threats to the heritage of every country in Europe that we have seen for decades. Sadly, reports such as these cannot see their own great contradiction."@et5
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"Mr President, I have not met many people who are not in favour of the protection of natural, architectural or cultural heritage. Indeed, much of my constituency, the East of England, fits the bill as a rural area. That is, of course, as long as some of the misguided, unsustainable development plans from Mr John Prescott, our Deputy Prime Minister, can be halted. Great Britain is an island with its own extensive natural and architectural heritage. However, although at face value this report has noble intentions, it serves to threaten Britain’s heritage. The proposals in the report have the specific aim of subsuming Britain’s distinct and diverse culture into the federalist fairytale creation of a common European culture. Sadly, many MEPs see culture purely as a tool for promoting European integration and pursuing a delusional project called ‘a United States of Europe’. Why can people here not understand that there is so such thing as a common European culture, no common history and no common heritage, just as there is no common architecture or common language? Europe is a continent formed of unique nation-states with very different histories and heritage. That is what makes Europe so very interesting and attractive. The only way to achieve this report’s declared ambition of convincing Europe’s citizens that they share the same culture would be through lies. That is what frightens me. Today’s political elite seems to have no qualms about such deception. We have seen successive British governments seemingly deliberately and successfully keeping the British public in the dark about ‘project Europe’. What must be recognised is that the European Union’s integration agenda is one of the greatest threats to the heritage of every country in Europe that we have seen for decades. Sadly, reports such as these cannot see their own great contradiction."@sl19
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"Mr President, I have not met many people who are not in favour of the protection of natural, architectural or cultural heritage. Indeed, much of my constituency, the East of England, fits the bill as a rural area. That is, of course, as long as some of the misguided, unsustainable development plans from Mr John Prescott, our Deputy Prime Minister, can be halted. Great Britain is an island with its own extensive natural and architectural heritage. However, although at face value this report has noble intentions, it serves to threaten Britain’s heritage. The proposals in the report have the specific aim of subsuming Britain’s distinct and diverse culture into the federalist fairytale creation of a common European culture. Sadly, many MEPs see culture purely as a tool for promoting European integration and pursuing a delusional project called ‘a United States of Europe’. Why can people here not understand that there is so such thing as a common European culture, no common history and no common heritage, just as there is no common architecture or common language? Europe is a continent formed of unique nation-states with very different histories and heritage. That is what makes Europe so very interesting and attractive. The only way to achieve this report’s declared ambition of convincing Europe’s citizens that they share the same culture would be through lies. That is what frightens me. Today’s political elite seems to have no qualms about such deception. We have seen successive British governments seemingly deliberately and successfully keeping the British public in the dark about ‘project Europe’. What must be recognised is that the European Union’s integration agenda is one of the greatest threats to the heritage of every country in Europe that we have seen for decades. Sadly, reports such as these cannot see their own great contradiction."@mt15
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"Mr President, I have not met many people who are not in favour of the protection of natural, architectural or cultural heritage. Indeed, much of my constituency, the East of England, fits the bill as a rural area. That is, of course, as long as some of the misguided, unsustainable development plans from Mr John Prescott, our Deputy Prime Minister, can be halted. Great Britain is an island with its own extensive natural and architectural heritage. However, although at face value this report has noble intentions, it serves to threaten Britain’s heritage. The proposals in the report have the specific aim of subsuming Britain’s distinct and diverse culture into the federalist fairytale creation of a common European culture. Sadly, many MEPs see culture purely as a tool for promoting European integration and pursuing a delusional project called ‘a United States of Europe’. Why can people here not understand that there is so such thing as a common European culture, no common history and no common heritage, just as there is no common architecture or common language? Europe is a continent formed of unique nation-states with very different histories and heritage. That is what makes Europe so very interesting and attractive. The only way to achieve this report’s declared ambition of convincing Europe’s citizens that they share the same culture would be through lies. That is what frightens me. Today’s political elite seems to have no qualms about such deception. We have seen successive British governments seemingly deliberately and successfully keeping the British public in the dark about ‘project Europe’. What must be recognised is that the European Union’s integration agenda is one of the greatest threats to the heritage of every country in Europe that we have seen for decades. Sadly, reports such as these cannot see their own great contradiction."@cs1
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"Mr President, I have not met many people who are not in favour of the protection of natural, architectural or cultural heritage. Indeed, much of my constituency, the East of England, fits the bill as a rural area. That is, of course, as long as some of the misguided, unsustainable development plans from Mr John Prescott, our Deputy Prime Minister, can be halted. Great Britain is an island with its own extensive natural and architectural heritage. However, although at face value this report has noble intentions, it serves to threaten Britain’s heritage. The proposals in the report have the specific aim of subsuming Britain’s distinct and diverse culture into the federalist fairytale creation of a common European culture. Sadly, many MEPs see culture purely as a tool for promoting European integration and pursuing a delusional project called ‘a United States of Europe’. Why can people here not understand that there is so such thing as a common European culture, no common history and no common heritage, just as there is no common architecture or common language? Europe is a continent formed of unique nation-states with very different histories and heritage. That is what makes Europe so very interesting and attractive. The only way to achieve this report’s declared ambition of convincing Europe’s citizens that they share the same culture would be through lies. That is what frightens me. Today’s political elite seems to have no qualms about such deception. We have seen successive British governments seemingly deliberately and successfully keeping the British public in the dark about ‘project Europe’. What must be recognised is that the European Union’s integration agenda is one of the greatest threats to the heritage of every country in Europe that we have seen for decades. Sadly, reports such as these cannot see their own great contradiction."@sk18
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"Mr President, I have not met many people who are not in favour of the protection of natural, architectural or cultural heritage. Indeed, much of my constituency, the East of England, fits the bill as a rural area. That is, of course, as long as some of the misguided, unsustainable development plans from Mr John Prescott, our Deputy Prime Minister, can be halted. Great Britain is an island with its own extensive natural and architectural heritage. However, although at face value this report has noble intentions, it serves to threaten Britain’s heritage. The proposals in the report have the specific aim of subsuming Britain’s distinct and diverse culture into the federalist fairytale creation of a common European culture. Sadly, many MEPs see culture purely as a tool for promoting European integration and pursuing a delusional project called ‘a United States of Europe’. Why can people here not understand that there is so such thing as a common European culture, no common history and no common heritage, just as there is no common architecture or common language? Europe is a continent formed of unique nation-states with very different histories and heritage. That is what makes Europe so very interesting and attractive. The only way to achieve this report’s declared ambition of convincing Europe’s citizens that they share the same culture would be through lies. That is what frightens me. Today’s political elite seems to have no qualms about such deception. We have seen successive British governments seemingly deliberately and successfully keeping the British public in the dark about ‘project Europe’. What must be recognised is that the European Union’s integration agenda is one of the greatest threats to the heritage of every country in Europe that we have seen for decades. Sadly, reports such as these cannot see their own great contradiction."@lt14
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"Mr President, I have not met many people who are not in favour of the protection of natural, architectural or cultural heritage. Indeed, much of my constituency, the East of England, fits the bill as a rural area. That is, of course, as long as some of the misguided, unsustainable development plans from Mr John Prescott, our Deputy Prime Minister, can be halted. Great Britain is an island with its own extensive natural and architectural heritage. However, although at face value this report has noble intentions, it serves to threaten Britain’s heritage. The proposals in the report have the specific aim of subsuming Britain’s distinct and diverse culture into the federalist fairytale creation of a common European culture. Sadly, many MEPs see culture purely as a tool for promoting European integration and pursuing a delusional project called ‘a United States of Europe’. Why can people here not understand that there is so such thing as a common European culture, no common history and no common heritage, just as there is no common architecture or common language? Europe is a continent formed of unique nation-states with very different histories and heritage. That is what makes Europe so very interesting and attractive. The only way to achieve this report’s declared ambition of convincing Europe’s citizens that they share the same culture would be through lies. That is what frightens me. Today’s political elite seems to have no qualms about such deception. We have seen successive British governments seemingly deliberately and successfully keeping the British public in the dark about ‘project Europe’. What must be recognised is that the European Union’s integration agenda is one of the greatest threats to the heritage of every country in Europe that we have seen for decades. Sadly, reports such as these cannot see their own great contradiction."@pl16
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"Mr President, I have not met many people who are not in favour of the protection of natural, architectural or cultural heritage. Indeed, much of my constituency, the East of England, fits the bill as a rural area. That is, of course, as long as some of the misguided, unsustainable development plans from Mr John Prescott, our Deputy Prime Minister, can be halted. Great Britain is an island with its own extensive natural and architectural heritage. However, although at face value this report has noble intentions, it serves to threaten Britain’s heritage. The proposals in the report have the specific aim of subsuming Britain’s distinct and diverse culture into the federalist fairytale creation of a common European culture. Sadly, many MEPs see culture purely as a tool for promoting European integration and pursuing a delusional project called ‘a United States of Europe’. Why can people here not understand that there is so such thing as a common European culture, no common history and no common heritage, just as there is no common architecture or common language? Europe is a continent formed of unique nation-states with very different histories and heritage. That is what makes Europe so very interesting and attractive. The only way to achieve this report’s declared ambition of convincing Europe’s citizens that they share the same culture would be through lies. That is what frightens me. Today’s political elite seems to have no qualms about such deception. We have seen successive British governments seemingly deliberately and successfully keeping the British public in the dark about ‘project Europe’. What must be recognised is that the European Union’s integration agenda is one of the greatest threats to the heritage of every country in Europe that we have seen for decades. Sadly, reports such as these cannot see their own great contradiction."@hu11
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". Arvoisa puhemies, en ole tavannut monta ihmistä, jotka eivät kannata luonnon-, kulttuuri- ja arkkitehtuuriperinnön suojelua. Itse asiassa suuri osa vaalipiiriäni, Itä-Englantia, on maaseutua. Tosin jatkossa niin on vain, jos eräät varapääministeri John Prescottin epäonnistuneet ja kestämätöntä kehitystä edustavat suunnitelmat saadaan pysäytettyä. Yhdistynyt kuningaskunta on saarivaltakunta, jolla on itsellään merkittävää luonnon- ja arkkitehtuuriperintöä. Vaikka tämän mietinnön tavoitteet näyttäisivät päällisin puolin olevan jalot, se on kuitenkin uhka Yhdistyneen kuningaskunnan kulttuuriperinnölle. Mietinnön ehdotuksilla pyritään nimenomaan peittämään maani omaleimainen ja moninainen kulttuuri federalistien keksimän yhteisen eurooppalaisen kulttuurin alle. Surullista kyllä monille Euroopan parlamentin jäsenille kulttuuri on vain väline, jolla edistetään Euroopan yhdentymistä ja harhaista hanketta, jolla pyritään muodostamaan Euroopan yhdysvallat. Mikseivät nämä ihmiset voi ymmärtää, ettei Euroopalla ole yhteistä kulttuuria, yhteistä historiaa tai yhteistä perintöä, samoin kuin sillä ei ole yhteistä arkkitehtuuria tai kieltäkään? Euroopan manner muodostuu ainutlaatuisista kansallisvaltioista, joiden historia ja perintö ovat hyvin erilaisia. Juuri se tekee Euroopasta niin kiinnostavan ja houkuttelevan. Valehtelu on ainoa tapa, jolla voidaan saavuttaa tässä mietinnössä ilmoitettu tavoite eli vakuuttaa EU:n kansalaiset siitä, että heillä on kaikilla sama kulttuuri. Juuri se pelottaa minua. Nykyinen poliittinen eliitti ei näytä kärsivän tunnontuskia sellaisen petoksen vuoksi. Useat peräkkäiset Yhdistyneen kuningaskunnan hallitukset ovat ilmeisen tahallisesti ja onnistuneesti salanneet kansalaisilta totuuden "Euroopan yhdentymishankkeesta". On myönnettävä, että Euroopan unionin yhdentymistavoitteet kuuluvat suurimpiin uhkiin, joita kaikkien Euroopan maiden kulttuuriperintöön on kohdistunut vuosikymmeniin. Valitettavasti tällaisten mietintöjen tekijät eivät ymmärrä niiden suurta ristiriitaisuutta."@fi7
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"Herr talman! Jag har inte träffat många människor som inte är för skydd av naturarv, byggnadsarv eller kulturarv. En stor del av min valkrets, östra England, passar in på beskrivningen av ett landsbygdsområde. Det gäller naturligtvis bara så länge som vissa av de missriktade, ohållbara utvecklingsplanerna från John Prescott, vår vice premiärminister, kan stoppas. Storbritannien är en ö med sitt eget omfattande naturarv och byggnadsarv. Även om det i betänkandet framförs ädla avsikter – om man tar det för vad det är – hotar det Storbritanniens kulturarv. Förslagen i rapporten har det särskilda målet att inordna Storbritanniens utpräglade och mångfasetterade kultur i den federalistiska sagoskapelsen med en gemensam EU-kultur. Tyvärr ser många Europaparlamentariker kultur enbart som ett verktyg för att främja europeisk integration och för att fullfölja ett illusoriskt projekt som kallas ”ett Europas förenta stater”. Varför kan människor här inte förstå att det inte finns något sådant som en gemensam europeisk kultur, ingen gemensam historia och inget gemensamt arv, precis som det inte finns någon gemensam arkitektur eller något gemensamt språk? Europa är en kontinent som består av unika nationalstater med mycket olika historier och arv. Det är det som gör Europa så intressant och attraktivt. Det enda sättet att uppnå den uttalade ambitionen i betänkandet att övertyga EU:s medborgare om att de delar samma kultur skulle vara att ljuga. Det är det som skrämmer mig. Dagens politiska elit verkar inte ha några skrupler för ett sådant bedrägeri. Vi har sett den ena brittiska regeringen efter den andra till synes avsiktligen och framgångsrikt låta den brittiska allmänheten sväva i okunnighet om ”projekt Europa”. Vad vi måste erkänna är att Europeiska unionens integrationsplaner är ett av de största hot mot arvet i varje EU-land som vi har sett på årtionden. Tyvärr ser man inte den inneboende motsägelsen i betänkanden som detta."@sv21
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"Κύριε Πρόεδρε, δεν έχω γνωρίσει πολλούς ανθρώπους που δεν τίθενται υπέρ της προστασίας της φυσικής, αρχιτεκτονικής ή πολιτιστικής κληρονομιάς. Μάλιστα, ένα μεγάλο μέρος της εκλογικής μου περιφέρειας, του East of England, πληροί τις προϋποθέσεις ως αγροτική περιοχή. Αυτό, βέβαια, εφόσον καταστεί δυνατό να ανασταλούν ορισμένα από τα αδέξια σχέδια μη βιώσιμης ανάπτυξης του κ. John Prescott, του αντιπροέδρου της κυβέρνησής μας. Η Μεγάλη Βρετανία είναι ένα νησί με τη δική της εκτενή φυσική και αρχιτεκτονική κληρονομιά. Ωστόσο, αν και εκ πρώτης όψεως η έκθεση αυτή έχει αγαθές προθέσεις, χρησιμεύει ωστόσο ως απειλή κατά της κληρονομιάς της Βρετανίας. Οι προτάσεις της έκθεσης στοχεύουν συγκεκριμένα την ένταξη του ξεχωριστού και πολύμορφου πολιτισμού της Βρετανίας στην ομοσπονδιακή μυθική δημιουργία ενός κοινού ευρωπαϊκού πολιτισμού. Δυστυχώς, πολλοί βουλευτές θεωρούν τον πολιτισμό αποκλειστικά ως εργαλείο προώθησης της ευρωπαϊκής ολοκλήρωσης και επιδίωξης ενός απατηλού σχεδίου που αποκαλείται «Ηνωμένες Πολιτείες της Ευρώπης». Γιατί δεν μπορούν να καταλάβουν οι άνθρωποι εδώ ότι δεν υπάρχει κοινός ευρωπαϊκός πολιτισμός, κοινή ιστορία και κοινή κληρονομιά, όπως ακριβώς δεν υπάρχει κοινή αρχιτεκτονική ή κοινή γλώσσα; Η Ευρώπη είναι μια ήπειρος που αποτελείται από μοναδικά έθνη-κράτη με πολύ διαφορετικές ιστορίες και κληρονομιές. Αυτό είναι που κάνει την Ευρώπη τόσο ενδιαφέρουσα και ελκυστική. Μόνο με ψέματα θα μπορούσε να επιτευχθεί η εκπεφρασμένη φιλοδοξία της έκθεσης αυτής, να πειστούν οι πολίτες της Ευρώπης ότι έχουν τον ίδιο πολιτισμό. Αυτό είναι που με φοβίζει. Οι σημερινοί εκλεκτοί της πολιτικής φαίνεται ότι δεν έχουν ενδοιασμούς για αυτήν την εξαπάτηση. Έχουμε δει διαδοχικές βρετανικές κυβερνήσεις να κρατούν κατά τα φαινόμενα σκοπίμως και επιτυχώς τη βρετανική κοινή γνώμη στο σκοτάδι σχετικά με το «σχέδιο Ευρώπη». Αυτό που πρέπει να αναγνωριστεί είναι ότι η ατζέντα ολοκλήρωσης της Ευρωπαϊκής Ένωσης αποτελεί μια από τις μεγαλύτερες απειλές για την κληρονομιά κάθε ευρωπαϊκής χώρας εδώ και δεκαετίες. Δυστυχώς, εκθέσεις σαν αυτή δεν μπορούν να διακρίνουν την ίδια τους τη μεγάλη αντίφαση που περιέχουν."@el10
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"Mr President, I have not met many people who are not in favour of the protection of natural, architectural or cultural heritage. Indeed, much of my constituency, the East of England, fits the bill as a rural area. That is, of course, as long as some of the misguided, unsustainable development plans from Mr John Prescott, our Deputy Prime Minister, can be halted. Great Britain is an island with its own extensive natural and architectural heritage. However, although at face value this report has noble intentions, it serves to threaten Britain’s heritage. The proposals in the report have the specific aim of subsuming Britain’s distinct and diverse culture into the federalist fairytale creation of a common European culture. Sadly, many MEPs see culture purely as a tool for promoting European integration and pursuing a delusional project called ‘a United States of Europe’. Why can people here not understand that there is so such thing as a common European culture, no common history and no common heritage, just as there is no common architecture or common language? Europe is a continent formed of unique nation-states with very different histories and heritage. That is what makes Europe so very interesting and attractive. The only way to achieve this report’s declared ambition of convincing Europe’s citizens that they share the same culture would be through lies. That is what frightens me. Today’s political elite seems to have no qualms about such deception. We have seen successive British governments seemingly deliberately and successfully keeping the British public in the dark about ‘project Europe’. What must be recognised is that the European Union’s integration agenda is one of the greatest threats to the heritage of every country in Europe that we have seen for decades. Sadly, reports such as these cannot see their own great contradiction."@lv13
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"Thomas Wise,"5,19,15,1,18,14,16,11,13,4
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". Mijnheer de Voorzitter, ik ben weinig mensen tegengekomen die niet voor de bescherming van het natuurlijk, architectonisch of cultureel erfgoed zijn. Een groot deel van mijn kiesdistrict, het oosten van Engeland, kan zelfs worden aangemerkt als landelijk gebied. Dat gaat natuurlijk alleen op zolang enkele misplaatste, onhoudbare ontwikkelingsplannen van de heer John Prescott, onze vice-premier, kunnen worden tegengehouden. Groot-Brittannië is een eiland met een eigen en uitgebreid natuurlijk en architectonisch erfgoed. Op het oog lijkt dit verslag weliswaar nobele bedoelingen te hebben, maar het is een bedreiging voor het erfgoed van Groot-Brittannië. De voorstellen in het verslag hebben specifiek tot doel de geheel eigen en diverse cultuur van Groot-Brittannië onder te brengen onder het federalistische sprookje van een gemeenschappelijke Europese cultuur. Veel Europese afgevaardigden zien cultuur helaas puur als een instrument om de Europese integratie te bevorderen en om door te gaan met het misleidende project “Verenigde Staten van Europa”. Waarom begrijpen de mensen hier niet dat er niet zoiets is als een gemeenschappelijke Europese cultuur, een gemeenschappelijk verleden en een gemeenschappelijk erfgoed, net zoals er geen gemeenschappelijke architectuur of gemeenschappelijke taal is? Europa is een continent dat bestaat uit unieke natiestaten met een heel verschillend verleden en een heel verschillend erfgoed. Dat maakt Europa juist zo interessant en aantrekkelijk. Alleen door leugens kan de verklaarde ambitie van dit verslag worden verwezenlijkt en kunnen de burgers van Europa ervan worden overtuigd dat ze dezelfde cultuur delen. Dat maakt me bang. De politieke elite van tegenwoordig lijkt niet terug te deinzen voor zulk bedrog. We hebben gezien hoe opeenvolgende Britse regeringen kennelijk opzettelijk en met succes het Britse publiek in het ongewisse hebben gelaten over het “project Europa’. We moeten beseffen dat de integratieagenda van de Europese Unie een van de grootste gevaren is die we in decennia hebben gezien voor het erfgoed van elk land in Europa. Helaas zien verslagen als dit verslag niet hoezeer ze met zichzelf in tegenspraak zijn."@nl3
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"Hr. formand! Jeg har ikke mødt mange mennesker, som ikke går ind for beskyttelse af natur-, arkitektur- og kulturarv. Faktisk falder min valgkreds, Østengland, ind under forslaget som landdistrikt. Naturligvis forudsat at der kan sættes en stopper for nogle af de misforståede og uholdbare udviklingsplaner, som John Prescott, vores vicepremierminister, er fremkommet med. Storbritannien er en ø med sin egen omfattende natur- og arkitekturarv. Men selv om den foreliggende betænkning tilsyneladende indeholder ædle hensigter, truer den Britanniens arv. Betænkningens forslag har det specifikke formål at indordne Britanniens særegne og forskelligartede kultur under den føderale eventyrforestilling om en fælles europæisk kultur. Beklageligvis opfatter mange parlamentsmedlemmer kultur udelukkende som et redskab til at fremme europæisk integration og forfølge en vrangforestilling af et projekt kaldet "Europas Forenede Stater". Hvorfor kan folk her ikke forstå, at der hverken eksisterer en fælles europæisk kultur, historie eller arv, lige så lidt som der eksisterer en fælles arkitektur eller et fælles sprog? Europa er et kontinent, det består af enestående nationale stater med meget forskellig historie og arv. Det er jo dét, der gør Europa så interessant og tillokkende. At nå denne betænknings erklærede mål, nemlig at overbevise Europas borgere om, at de deler den samme kultur, ville kun kunne ske ved hjælp af løgne. Det er dét, der skræmmer mig. Den politiske elite nu til dags synes ikke at have skrupler over den slags bedrag. Vi har set skiftende britiske regeringer tilsyneladende overlagt og med held holde den britiske offentlighed i uvidenhed om "projekt Europa". Det må erkendes, at EU's integrationsprogram udgør en af de største trusler mod ethvert europæisk lands arv, vi har set i årtier. Desværre kan man i betænkninger som denne ikke indse deres store indre uoverensstemmelse."@da2
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". Mr President, I have not met many people who are not in favour of the protection of natural, architectural or cultural heritage. Indeed, much of my constituency, the East of England, fits the bill as a rural area. That is, of course, as long as some of the misguided, unsustainable development plans from Mr John Prescott, our Deputy Prime Minister, can be halted. Great Britain is an island with its own extensive natural and architectural heritage. However, although at face value this report has noble intentions, it serves to threaten Britain’s heritage. The proposals in the report have the specific aim of subsuming Britain’s distinct and diverse culture into the federalist fairytale creation of a common European culture. Sadly, many MEPs see culture purely as a tool for promoting European integration and pursuing a delusional project called ‘a United States of Europe’. Why can people here not understand that there is so such thing as a common European culture, no common history and no common heritage, just as there is no common architecture or common language? Europe is a continent formed of unique nation-states with very different histories and heritage. That is what makes Europe so very interesting and attractive. The only way to achieve this report’s declared ambition of convincing Europe’s citizens that they share the same culture would be through lies. That is what frightens me. Today’s political elite seems to have no qualms about such deception. We have seen successive British governments seemingly deliberately and successfully keeping the British public in the dark about ‘project Europe’. What must be recognised is that the European Union’s integration agenda is one of the greatest threats to the heritage of every country in Europe that we have seen for decades. Sadly, reports such as these cannot see their own great contradiction."@en4
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". Señor Presidente, no conozco a muchas personas que no estén a favor de la protección del patrimonio cultural, arquitectónico o cultura. De hecho, gran parte de mi circunscripción, el Este de Inglaterra, es zona rural. Siempre, por supuesto, que podamos detener algunos de los insensatos e insostenibles planes de desarrollo del señor John Prescott, nuestro Viceprimer Ministro. Gran Bretaña es una isla que posee un amplio patrimonio natural y arquitectónico. Sin embargo, a pesar de que a primera vista este informe abriga nobles intenciones, representa una amenaza para el patrimonio británico. Las propuestas que figuran en el informe tienen por objeto subsumir la cultura británica distinta y diversa en el cuento de hadas federalista de una cultura común europea. Tristemente, muchos diputados al Parlamento Europeo consideran que la cultura no es más que una herramienta para promover la integración europea y llevar a cabo un proyecto ilusorio denominado «Estados Unidos de Europa». ¿Por qué los presentes no pueden comprender que no existe una cultura común europea, ni una historia común, ni un patrimonio común, como no existe una arquitectura común o una lengua común? Europa es un continente formado por Estados nacionales que tienen historias y patrimonios muy distintos. Y es eso lo que hace que Europa sea tan interesante y atractiva. La única manera de realizar la ambición declarada de este informe –convencer a los ciudadanos europeos de que comparten la misma cultura– sería contándoles mentiras. Y eso es lo que me asusta. La elite política de nuestros días no parece tener reparos en llevar a cabo este engaño. Hemos visto cómo sucesivos Gobiernos británicos han logrado deliberadamente mantener al público del Reino Unido en la ignorancia acerca del «proyecto Europa». Hay que reconocer que la agenda de integración de la Unión Europea es una de las mayores amenazas que hemos visto en muchos años para el patrimonio de todos y cada uno de los países europeos. Desgraciadamente, informes como este no pueden ver su propia gran contradicción."@es20
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"Herr Präsident! Ich kenne kaum jemanden, der den Schutz des natürlichen, architektonischen und kulturellen Erbes nicht unterstützen würde. Mein Wahlkreis im Osten Englands besteht zu einem großen Teil aus ländlichen Regionen. Das wird aber nur so bleiben, wenn es gelingt, einige der völlig verfehlten und kurzsichtigen Entwicklungspläne unseres stellvertretenden Premierministers, John Prescott, zu verhindern. Großbritannien ist eine Insel mit einem reichen natürlichen und architektonischen Erbe. Doch dieser Bericht könnte, auch wenn er auf den ersten Blick wünschenswerte Ziele zu verfolgen scheint, zu einer Gefahr für das britische Kulturerbe werden. Die Vorschläge im Bericht zielen ganz konkret darauf ab, dass die individuelle und vielfältige britische Kultur sich einreiht in eine gemeinsame europäische Kultur, die es gar nicht geben kann und die nichts weiter ist als ein föderalistisches Hirngespinst. Bedauerlicherweise betrachten viele Abgeordnete des Europäischen Parlaments die Kultur lediglich als Instrument, mit dem man die europäische Integration fördern und ein illusionäres Projekt namens „Vereinigte Staaten von Europa“ vorantreiben kann. Warum verstehen die Leute hier nicht, dass es so etwas wie eine gemeinsame europäische Kultur nicht gibt, dass es keine gemeinsame Geschichte und kein gemeinsames Erbe gibt, ebenso wenig, wie es eine gemeinsame Architektur oder eine gemeinsame Sprache gibt? Europa ist ein Kontinent, der aus einzigartigen Nationalstaaten besteht, die eine sehr unterschiedliche Geschichte und ein sehr unterschiedliches Erbe haben. Genau das macht Europa so interessant und attraktiv. Das erklärte Ziel dieses Berichts, die Bürger Europas davon zu überzeugen, dass sie dieselbe Kultur haben, ist nur mit einer Lüge zu erreichen. Das macht mir Angst. Wie es scheint, schreckt die politische Elite von heute vor einer solchen Täuschung nicht zurück. Mehr als eine britische Regierung hat die britische Öffentlichkeit offenbar ganz bewusst und mit Erfolg über das „Projekt Europa“ im Dunkeln gelassen. Wir müssen begreifen, dass die Integrationsagenda der Europäischen Union zu den größten Bedrohungen für das Erbe jedes einzelnen Landes in Europa gehört, die es seit Jahrzehnten gegeben hat. Leider sind den Verfassern von Berichten wie diesem die Widersprüche nicht klar, in die sie sich verstricken."@de9
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"Senhor Presidente, não encontro muitas pessoas que não estejam a favor da protecção do património natural, arquitectónico ou cultural. Na verdade, a maior parte do meu círculo eleitoral, o Leste de Inglaterra, corresponde ao que se chama uma zona rural. E assim será enquanto conseguirmos travar alguns dos planos de desenvolvimento errados e insustentáveis do nosso Vice-Primeiro-Ministro, John Prescott. A Grã-Bretanha é uma ilha, com o seu enorme património natural e arquitectónico. No entanto, embora à partida este relatório contenha nobres intenções, acaba por constituir uma ameaça ao património britânico. As propostas nele contidas perseguem o objectivo específico de incluir a nossa cultura distinta e diversa na criação federalista fantasista de uma cultura europeia comum. Infelizmente, muitos dos eurodeputados vêem a cultura meramente como um objecto de promoção da integração europeia e de prossecução do projecto ilusório dos “Estados Unidos da Europa". Por que razão não compreendem as pessoas aqui presentes que não existe qualquer cultura europeia comum, qualquer história europeia comum ou património comum, assim como não existe uma arquitectura comum ou uma língua comum? A Europa é um continente formado por Estados-nação ímpares, com histórias e patrimónios muito distintos. É isso que torna a Europa tão interessante e atractiva. A única forma de se concretizar a ambição declarada deste relatório, a saber, convencer os cidadãos da Europa de que partilham a mesma cultura, será mentir. É isso que me aterroriza. A elite política de hoje parece não se inquietar com essa decepção. Assistimos a sucessivos Governos britânicos que, de forma aparentemente deliberada e bem sucedida, mantêm o público britânico na sombra quanto à natureza do “projecto europeu”. É preciso reconhecer que a agenda da integração da União Europeia constitui, desde há algumas décadas, uma das maiores ameaças ao património de todo e qualquer país da Europa. Infelizmente, relatórios como este não conseguem ver a contradição que eles próprios encerram."@pt17
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"Signor Presidente, non ho incontrato molte persone che non siano a favore della tutela del patrimonio naturale, architettonico o culturale, e di fatto il mio collegio elettorale, l’Inghilterra orientale, risponde alle caratteristiche di una zona rurale, o perlomeno le soddisfa nella misura in cui riusciremo a fermare alcuni piani mal applicati di sviluppo insostenibile ad opera del nostro vice Primo Ministro John Prescott. La Gran Bretagna è un’isola con un proprio patrimonio naturale e architettonico inestimabile. Tuttavia, sebbene apparentemente la presente relazione abbia nobili intenzioni, in realtà minaccia il patrimonio britannico. Le proposte contenute nella relazione sono specificamente intese a far confluire la cultura distintiva e diversa della Gran Bretagna nella vagheggiata creazione federativa di una comune cultura europea. Purtroppo, molti europarlamentari vedono la cultura soltanto come uno strumento per promuovere l’integrazione europea e perseguire un progetto maniacale chiamato “Stati Uniti d’Europa”. Perché non si riesce a capire che non esistono cose come una cultura europea comune, una storia comune o un patrimonio comune, così come non esistono un’architettura comune e una lingua comune? L’Europa è un continente formato da Stati nazione unici con storie e patrimoni molto diversi, ed è proprio questo che la rende così interessante e affascinante. L’unico modo per realizzare l’ambizione dichiarata della relazione di persuadere i cittadini europei del fatto che condividono la stessa cultura sarebbe mentire, e questo mi spaventa. L’odierna politica pare non avere scrupoli nel deludere. Nel Regno Unito, abbiamo visto succedersi governi che in maniera verosimilmente deliberata sono riusciti a tenere il pubblico britannico all’oscuro del “progetto Europa”. Va dunque riconosciuto che il progetto di integrazione dell’Unione europea rappresenta una delle più gravi minacce per il patrimonio di ogni paese europeo degli ultimi decenni. Purtroppo relazioni come questa non riescono a vedere la grande contraddizione in esse connaturata."@it12
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"Monsieur le Président, je n’ai pas rencontré beaucoup de personnes qui soient opposées à la protection du patrimoine naturel, architectural ou culturel. En effet, une bonne partie de ma circonscription d’East of England a, en tant que région rurale, le profil requis. Ceci, bien sûr, pour autant que certains des plans de développement mal à propos et insoutenables de M. John Prescott, notre vice-Premier ministre, puissent être stoppés. La Grande-Bretagne est une île qui possède un vaste patrimoine naturel et architectural. Cependant, et en dépit de ses apparentes nobles intentions, le rapport a pour effet de menacer le patrimoine britannique. Les propositions qu’il contient visent spécifiquement à subsumer la culture particulière et variée de la Grande-Bretagne dans la création fédéraliste, digne d’un conte de fées, d’une culture européenne commune. Il est triste de constater que de nombreux députés voient la culture comme un instrument de promotion de l’intégration européenne et de poursuite d’un projet illusoire appelé «États-Unis d’Europe». Comment ne comprennent-ils pas qu’il n’y a pas de culture européenne commune, pas d’histoire commune et pas de patrimoine commun, tout comme il n’y a pas d’architecture commune ni de langue commune? L’Europe est un continent formé d’États-nations uniques, avec des histoires et des patrimoines différents. C’est ce qui rend l’Europe si intéressante et si attrayante. La seule façon de concrétiser l’ambition exposée dans ce rapport, à savoir convaincre les citoyens européens qu’ils partagent la même culture, serait de leur mentir. C’est ce qui m’effraie. L’élite politique actuelle ne semble avoir aucun scrupule par rapport à une telle tromperie. Nous avons vu plusieurs gouvernements britanniques successifs dissimuler la vérité sur le «projet Europe» aux Britanniques - apparemment de manière délibérée et avec succès. Force est d’admettre que le projet d’intégration de l’Union européenne est l’une des plus grandes menaces pour le patrimoine de chaque pays européen que nous ayons observées depuis des décennies. Malheureusement, des rapports tels que ceux-ci ne peuvent mettre le doigt sur leur propre contradiction majeure."@fr8
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