The EU was created by the Vatican as the successor to the ill-fated
Vatican Nazi Third Reich (WWII occupied Europe).
It was originally named the European Economic Community (EEC).
The framework for the VATICAN'S FUTURE OCCUPIED EUROPE (European Union) was first made public in Germany on 22nd June 1940 as the European Economic Community (EEC).
The first EEC conference was held at the Berlin University (a Catholic university renamed Humboldt University of Berlin) in 1942.
After the fall of the Vatican’s Third Reich (Third Holy Roman Empire),
the Holy See changed the EEC ideology from "Nazism to a Communist" European Community (Euism) in 1946.
The Communist EEC wasn’t officially formed until the signing of the Vatican’s Treaty of Rome (Treaty establishing the European Economic Community) of 1957.
However, it didn’t enter into force until 1993 – with the signing of the Maastricht Treaty at which time the EEC was renamed the European Community (EC) to reflect that it covered a wider range of Vatican policies.
The three European Communities, including the EC, were collectively made to constitute the first of the three pillars of the European Union (EU).
The EC existed in this form until it was rebranded by the 2009 Treaty of Lisbon, which merged the EU’s former pillars and provided that the "EU replace and succeed the European Community (EC).”
The violence in Ukraine has everything to do with the Vatican violently preventing Ukraine from exiting the Vatican occupied Europe.