that operates as originally intended
There is no alternative. The EU works as intended.
Dig into the history of the International Steel Cartel, realize that the same people were in the Reichswerke and then became the "founding fathers" of the EU via the CECA.
Here is the list europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/history/eu-pioneers_en
I'm gonna pass on the guys that never had any power or the womyn they added to pretend they ever mattered.
Pangermanist whose official EU approved history is seriously dubious (Fritz Fischer is the sauce). Admired by Hitler (Dixit Speer), pangermanist, catholic, defender of the anschluss, early opponent to Versailles diktat (which he coined), great friend of the burgers and the vatican, early and documented (by his onw hand) sympathy to the NSDAP.
He was persona non-grata in the 3rd Reich because he was close of the SA leadership.
Luxembourg banker mainly charged with fiscal evasion and importation via switzerland for the reichwerke and other Konzerne
Johan Willem Beyen:
Director of the BIS, again major role in making sure the franco-german cartels stayed afloat during the tumultuous 30's.
Alcide De Gasperi:
I don't know him enough, but considering he was a staunch anti-communist and his bio is suspiciously empty in the 30's and 40's I can without taking any risk tell you he was probably a right wing christian that backed/worked with the fascist in the italian industry.
AKA the guy the official bio has never been more BS, the first President of the European Commission.
He was a fully fledged Nat-Soc (read Notker Hammerstein and Helmuth Heiber on the subject).
Yes. Not just a right wing christcuck but the real fucking deal.
He was the protege of Hans Frank member of the BNSDJ (Nat-Soc jurist association) and of the NSDDB (Nationalsozialistischer Deutscher Dozentenbund) no less, it's internal political committee, of the NS-Lehrerbund (Nazi party proper) and of the NS-Luftschutzbund (Air defense branch of the military wing of the NSDAP).
Convinced militarist he served voluntarily extra military service in 1935 (in the air defense). His staunch and early support to the NSDAP promised him to a brilliant academic career as he's made a very young dean of Rostock university in 1936 then Frankfort in 1941. He served in occupied France as Oberleutnant in 1942 and was made "NS-Führungsoffizier" with officer rank…
AKA the highest ranking of "political commissar" of the 3rd Reich and one out of 15 in the entire NSDDB which meant he was the guy on the very short list of those who decided who was Nat-soc enough to be a university professor in the 3rd Reich academia.
It's hilarious to see him listed as a "pacifist" and a "passive resistant" by the EU…
The Vichy shill. Monnet tried (and largely succeed) to convince his american patrons to systematically support the Vichy regime.
His connection in Germany (Bosch family) helped him make "evade" (read the germans let him go) Giraud to present an alternative "resistance" leader that could takeover France should the 3rd reich lose.
Once the 3rd reich was done he totally devoted himself to the american reich like all his other friends and became the hand the of the newly created CIA in France.
First defender of the German nature of Alsace-Lorraine and it's specific status within France, man of the Wendel and Selliere industrial banking families (see the International Steel Cartel), pan-germanist, opposed to the Diktat, he's among the very short list of people that prepared Petain coup.
His previous pro-alstatian autonomy stance (and his "active pacifism" stance during the 1393-40 war) put him at odd with the french nationalist part of the Vichy government and he lost his minister seat almost right after and even landed him a "home imprisonment" status.
Which, given his staunch pro-german views was lifted after an appeal by no less than Josef Bürckel (Gauleiter of Westmark).
Main reason as to why France lost the war. Germanophile insisted upon no Belgian military cooperation with France and no hostility with Germany… even after Germany started to invade his country.
Ended up in England by pure happenstance.