FAST FIVE: The Non-Existent European Identity

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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen speaks about Ukraine at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, eastern France, Wednesday, Sept.

What did Ursula von der Leyen say about Italy.

Brussels, the left-liberal media, and the NGO networks that dictate EU policy are not the only ones who have tried and failed to forge a common European identity.

The most powerful builder of identity for people is belonging to a nation, and ignoring such basic truths in politics has fatal consequences.

Yet the languages of the Slavic peoples living there, who made up the vast majority of the former country's population, were similar – certainly more similar, for example, than Hungarian is to Flemish.

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