The European project

Introduction

"A Europe at the service of the people" is our response to a Europe today in the hands of lobbyists who are putting populations in competition with each other. A Europe whose objective, clearly assumed, will be to block the rise of the extremes that threaten, day after day, our European cohesion.

A list that embodies living together and that denounces, to the highest authorities, the regular exploitation of Muslims served as fodder, all over Europe, in order to take responsibility for the failure of political choices made within the EU in terms of economy, security or integration.

To respond to these issues, we have decided to organize our proposals around seven major challenges: seven key challenges.

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1 - The ecological challenge

Economic development has long been at the expense of biodiversity. This is why our measures will deal with the fight against plastic pollution, endoctrinic disruptors or allergens, as well as the challenge of the energy transition. Challenges to protect life (and therefore the planet) and that we will bring to the highest European authorities.

2 - The ethical and solidarity challenge

Tax evasion costs France between 80 and 100 billion euros, enough to cover our budget deficit. In addition, financial arrangements allow large multinationals to pay a ridiculous tax in our country. As a result, our governments regularly destroy our public services and the social benefits of the French. It is therefore time to criminalize certain practices, denounce tax havens, lift the banking secrecy of European companies and fight effectively against the influence of pressure groups.

3 - The challenge of living together

Today, living together is a value that is clearly threatened throughout the Union, particularly because of the rise of extremes. Inequalities between men and women, ethno-religious or disability-related discrimination, and racial profiling are all scourges that we must fight to regain our foundations.

4 - The challenge of individual liberties

France is often singled out for not respecting the following articles of the European Convention on Human Rights: Article 8 (right to respect for private and family life), Article 9 (right to freedom of thought and religion) and Article 14 (prohibition of discrimination). This is why the role of the ECtHR must be strengthened.

5 - The challenge on defense

The possibility of establishing a true European Defence Union is enshrined in Article 42 of the Treaty on European Union revised in 2009. To do this, we must leave NATO, an organization under the tutelage of the United States. The wars in which NATO has participated so far in the name of the fight against terrorism (Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, etc.) have clearly not solved anything and have even worsened the international situation considerably.

6 - The challenge of fighting hate

Faced with the rise in verbal and physical persecution and anti-Muslim terrorist attacks, it is in the interest of every state to combat Islamophobia on European soil by ensuring the security of Europe's Muslim communities (through mosques, schools and Muslim cemeteries regularly targeted). A law must be registered in the European Parliament in order to condemn any dissemination of hate speech against the Muslim community by allowing the dissolution of all Islamophobic associations or groups, all media that exploit this Islamophobic literature to make profit by promoting anti-Muslim conspiracy theories.

7 - The challenge of an independent media organization

France is ranked 45th in the world in terms of press freedom. 95% of the French press is controlled by large industrial and financial groups. In this context, it is difficult to have access to independent information. This is why it is necessary to set up, on a European scale, an ethics committee whose mission will be to control the independence of the press following the example of RSF (Reporter Without Borders).