Pat Condell talking about the European Continent and the European Union.
According to Lobaczewski (2006),
Egotist nations have the subconscious goal of teaching or forcing other nations to think in their own categories, which makes them incapable of understanding other people and nations or becoming familiar with the values of their cultures.
Difficulties, disputes, serious problems, and neurotic reactions sprout up around such an egotist like mushrooms after a rain. Egotist nations start wasting money and effort in order to achieve goals derived from their erroneous reasoning and overly emotional reactions. Their inability to acknowledge other nations’ values and dissimilitudes, derived from other cultural traditions, leads to conflict and war. […]
Lobaczewski, A. (2006). Political Ponerology (A Science on the Nature of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes). Canada: Red Pill Press.