Talk:Richard Nikolaus von Coudenhove-Kalergi

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Quotations?[edit]

Can anyone verify the quotations from Praktischer Idealismus? Larvatus 23:44, 19 July 2007 (UTC)larvatus

Ok, here is:
Der Mensch der fernen Zukunft wird Mischling sein. Die heutigen Rassen und Kasten werden der zunehmenden Überwindung von Raum, Zeit und Vorurteil zum Opfer fallen. Die eurasisch-negroide Zukunftsrasse, äußerlich der altägyptischen ähnlich, wird die Vielfalt der Völker durch eine Vielfalt der Persönlichkeiten ersetzen.
Statt das Judentum zu vernichten, hat es Europa wider Willen durch jenen künstlichen Ausleseprozeß veredelt und zu einer Führernation der Zukunft erzogen. Kein Wunder also, daß dieses Volk, dem Ghetto-Kerker entsprungen, sich zu einem geistigen Adel Europas entwickelt. So hat eine gütige Vorsehung Europa in dem Augenblick, als der Feudaladel verfiel, durch die Judenemancipation eine neue Adelsrasse von Geistes Gnaden geschenkt.
I don't speak German so someone else may translate that. Uikku (talk) 18:59, 25 August 2009 (UTC)
Those translated citations in the article were added by user Cyrruss. He has not edited anything after year 2007, so I don't know how we could know where or how he got the translation. Uikku (talk) 21:10, 25 August 2009 (UTC)

No popular movement[edit]

According to my British civilization teacher, there was no popular movement, but rather the idea of a European union developed within intellectual and some political circles. I didn't take the time to check it on the Internet though. --Taupe 14:49, 18 May 2005 (UTC)

photo[edit]

A photo would be highly desirable, especially given the subject's Eurasian background. --Mikedelsol 06:51, 31 July 2006 (UTC)

An important nuance[edit]

Rather:

"Every day America will leave Europe farther behind unless its statesmen at least can rouse themselves to set by the side of the Fifth Pan-American Conference the First Pan-European Conference." From the book Pan-Europe (1926) was sent out to the whole world p. 82 http://hdl.handle.net/2027/mdp.39015004075605

In 1926 Europe is a cluster of petty states in disunion. America and Europe went into business union for 3 years showing ideal. His book Coudenhove-Kalgeri had sent to those in power to show face in Vienna. But not with politicians and statesmen in charge, but them, the Plutocrats: “In republican and monarchical democracies statesmen are marionettes, the mastermind behind are capitalists: they dictate the rules of politics, they speak through the purchase of public opinion, voters, business and social relationships to Ministers. …. The plutocracy of today is more powerful than the aristocracy of yesterday because no one is above it, only the state, an accompliance, the tool of the plutocrats.” Plutokratie, Coudenhove-Kalgeri, (1925). The Plutocrats should take power legitimate showing ideal instead of remain in hiding. He wanted a world social Aristocracy.

These 1926-29 were the best of times and they were not about war, they were businesses and looking out in the whole world for more business. According to Coca-Cola history Mr. Woodruff committed the Company in 1926 to organized international expansion by establishing the Foreign Department.

After Stock market crash 1929 polls said to Roosevelt in America and Hitler in Germany businesses must be planned by the state!

The next union of American and European business was of states during the Cold war. In the first union of 1926-29 MNCs were the main actors. This difference is not emphazised today. The Western world with big MNCs legitimate in power lasted 3 years until this guy Freud's American nephew Edward Bernays (the inventor of PR) whose business of manipulation with no ideal was in danger, when the others was showing ideal:

        “..so, I decided if you can use Propaganda for war, you can certainly use it for peace” The Century of the Self (min. 11:05) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFXLLopp8jc&feature=related 

Bernays decided to manipulate the common man, men in psychoanalysis like to win, so he said they should borrow money and buy stock from his clients (banks) because the market with the new world order of free business would only go up! Please leave a comment


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External Link[edit]

Does not work. Coolguy1368 12:02, 15 November 2006 (UTC)

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Wrong Count[edit]

There's a section in the current article that lists Richard Nikolaus as writing Das Wesen des Antisemitismus. Since Richard Nikolaus was born in 1894, it's unlikely he published the book in 1901. According to Archive.org, the person who wrote that book is actually "Coudenhove-Kalergi, Heinrich Johann Maria, Graf von, 1859-1906". I don't know how much of the article needs to be changed as a result of this information, so I mention it here. --UnneededAplomb (talk) 10:35, 14 January 2010 (UTC)

This has to be changed now. A wikipedia biography can not have such failure as stating someone wrote a book being 7 years old, as stated above, it has to be revised as soon as possible. If there is such obvious mistake, who can trust the rest of the information? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 95.16.8.7 (talk) 11:16, 29 December 2010 (UTC)