\u00a0Spanish Version Donald Trump has\u00a0announced the US will exit the Paris climate accord.\u00a0This\u00a0has made it necessary to analyse many insights about that issue. Moreover, Garcia-Trevijano made some observations related to the statements that the current European leader and the President of the United States made against each other, which imply to breaks away from the traditional\u00a0paradigm of international politics. \u00abWithout having planned my intervention, I feel I must keep a permanent and critic analysis with what happened yesterday which is relevant enough to be considered as a turning point in the history of the European Union\u00bb. With those words, Antonio Garc\u00eda-Trevijano began his analysis in Monday\u2019s\u00a0LC TV program in a clear reference to such crossed statements. Merkel\u00b4s words in the Munich conference have left anyone indifferent:\u00a0\u201cEurope can no longer rely on the USA nor on the UK when deciding its own destiny\u201d. Trevijano pointed out that \u00abeven when these words are nothing new, it is not less true that are definitely important in the context of international politics. The fact that the US and the UK are directly named is very dangerous not because of the intrinsic meaning of this statement which is by no means a big surprise, but because it breaks up with all the previous European Establishment official discourse statements made by the European leaders since the end of World War Two\u00bb. For that matter, is well known that, with the clear intention of overcoming the pessimism in both Germany and Italy after the defeat of WWII, the mass media enthusiastically welcomed the Constitutive Treaty of the European Coal and Steel Community in 1951, as a brilliant idea that came from the leaders of France, Italy and Germany. This was, of course, just mere propaganda because this treaty, which was the origin of the later\u00a0European Common Market (1957)\u00a0and of the future\u00a0European Union (1993), was in fact a project co-designed by\u00a0Jean Monnet\u00a0and\u00a0Dean Achenson.\u00a0 Monnet was a man who came from the bank investing sector and Achenson was, in those days, the US State Secretary. Both of them didn\u00b4t want to repeat a\u00a0franco-german\u00a0war pattern that had taken place in the previous two world wars. These antecedents sustained the official version, by which the European Union had been the result of mutual effort and understanding between France and Germany with the United Kingdom, in order to build, from the ruins of the war, the supposed success of a future (now contemporary) European Union and the creation of the Euro. Here, Trevijano clearly says that \u00aball that historical propaganda has fallen down with only one statement made by Mrs. Merkel, using two very specific words:\u00a0distrust\u00a0(on both the USA and the UK) and fight\u00a0(for our own destiny)\u00bb. So, following Trevijano\u2019s analysis we can easily deduce that Angela Merkel has literally recognized, after many years of political propaganda, that \u00abUntil now, the European Union has been militarily financed by\u00a0NATO: first during the Cold War against the Soviet Union and today against a Vladimir Putin\u00b4s Russia\u00bb. Moreover, the issue which Mrs. Merkel has brought about is nothing less but the idea of\u00a0the European\u00b4s Union destiny. Being this destiny uncertain, Mrs. Merkel hasn\u00b4t exposed a proper strong plan on which to support such statement. Instead, she has destroyed any hope that Europeans could have in the\u00a0European Union principles, those supposedly built since Coal and Steel Community, Rome Treaty\u00a0and\u00a0the creation of the European Union\u00a0itself. All this confirms the conclusion that D. Antonio had come to long time ago and that some of us had heard from his own word in many occasions: the NATO and the EU are both obsolete institutions. With this reasoning,\u00a0Garcia-Trevijano financed by his own the \u2018anti-NATO\u2019\u00a0Spanish Referendum Campaign,\u00a0considering the\u00a0NATO obsolete even in the early eighties. \u00abNATO is certainly obsolete. Merkel\u00b4s attack on Trump (and therefore his insult to the Europeans who believed that its future laid in its hands) derives from the resentment that Mrs. Merkel feels from being thrown apart from the game by\u00a0the US President\u00a0and the British Prime Minister, Theresa May\u00bb. That is what Trevijano believes, in a clear reference to Brexit and the new direction that the intercontinental politics is heading from this very moment. On the other hand, Trump words underline a real fact which is that commercial balance between Germany and the US is clearly inclined to the side of the first one and enriches Germany significantly. In this sense, D. Antonio points out the following: \u00abThis fact doesn\u00b4t justify statements as Mr. Trump has literally said that\u00a0Germans are bad, really bad. But it is even less justifiable that the Chancellor declares that Germany\u00b4s destiny wasn\u00b4t and has never been in the hands of the German people\u00bb. Mrs. Merkel confessed what most of us knew, that the\u00a0European Union\u00a0could not have maintained the European standards by its own means. Especially because\u00a0NATO\u00a0was sustained mainly by the US. Mrs. Merkel has raised her voice against her former allies and announces the end of an era. What would replace this American supremacy era? \u00abNothing at all\u00bb argues Garcia-Trevijano. \u00abThere\u00b4s nothing else but Germany alone, and perhaps a very weak\u00a0franco-german\u00a0union.\u00a0France is not able to guarantee the survival of the\u00a0European Union\u00a0as it is now conceived, and cannot sustain the\u00a0Euro\u00a0currency nor the\u00a0European Central Bank\u00bb. Finally, Mr. Garcia-Trevijano ended this intervention with a memorable thought that all of us should bear in mind. \u00abThe Citizens Movement towards the Constitutional Republic (aka\u00a0MCRC) denounced the fact that the Spanish political paradigm that is inspired in the Italian Partytocracy political model, together with\u00a0NATO\u00a0are all consequences of the\u00a0Cold War. And that\u00b4s all over\u00bb, concluded categorically D. Antonio. Although Merkel\u00b4s reproach could be somehow justifiable as technical reasons plays in favor of Germany (car exports, oil prices, the European Central Bank\u2026), the remarkable fact here is that Trump is determined to put an end to the traditional routine and statements that have been left unchanged as a reference (and as a dogma) during the last three or four decades. As far as politics is always \u00abstruggling for power\u201d\u00bb, Mr. Trump is fighting for essential politics to prevail, and he does so when he directly attacks the\u00a0Treaty of Paris and the Refugees Agenda, and when he stands aside from all the agreements adopted in recent years. It\u2019s a truism that those strongly rooted notions have now been destroyed and what used to be \u00abpolitically correct\u00bb can no longer be put in place as a means of taking political decisions. Now people must take the place in politics that once lost. \u00abEurope\u00b4s destiny is no longer in the hands of Mrs. Merkel, who had also put it in the hands of the anglo-saxon political world. If we can no longer rely on the UK nor in the USA as Mrs. Merkel is telling us, how can we rely on someone whose disrupted strategy is based only on resentment? On reaching this point we may say that: The end of this view of the real world as we knew it will make real analysis impossible to ignore in the near future. I, therefore, announce a new period in which\u00a0Spain\u00a0together with\u00a0Latin America\u00a0will have to broaden their knowledge of the context in which the world is in, and the role they have to play in its development from a realistic perspective. We must be coherent with this destiny and the conquest of the\u00a0Collective Political Freedom\u00a0helping one another.\u00bb As we can see, here we have an analysis that puts in place the causes, consequences and interests stolen from us in the political context we live in. International relations are flowing through turbulent waters, the global paradigm is undoubtedly about to burst and the new paradigm that will emerge in Spain, Europe, US and South America, and in the entire world is now, more than ever, in the people\u2019s hands.