Friday, March 3, 2017

EU Prez: "Shit! What Do You Want Us To Do?"

Currently, EU parliament members are debating about what direction the union should go in following Brexit, in an increasingly desperate effort to keep the union together. The members are starting to crack, including, Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the European Commission

Some have proposed bringing the EU back to the days when it was a modest trading block with no political authority. Others think that the only way forward is to strengthen the EU, and turn it into a federal union much like the United States.

During the debate, Juncker lost it. When he was criticized for wanting to consult ordinary Europeans on what they wanted, this was his response:
What I will say to those who think that the Commission has chosen poorly, is that in Europe you can’t have enough innovation.
There are many traditionalists, many conservatives, who cannot accept changing a method and my method has been criticised.
The approach of making a number of proposals which have had thought put into them, but which have never been discussed with the broader public, that has been the approach that has been criticised.
So we are putting forward on this occasion a number of different scenarios. Not all of them have met with approval, I’m sure that you will understand that amongst the scenarios put forward there is one that I would like more than the other four.
But if we were simply to put that forward then there wouldn’t be any discussion and voices would be raised against us saying that we had stifled the debate and saying that we had not listened to the voices of our citizens.
But sh*t, I would say sh*t if we weren’t in the EU parliament. What do you want us to do?”


Sources; Zero Hedge, Daniel Lang


  1. I'd want you to stop being a bottom feeding leech on society and go create value for the masses by being an entrepreneur.

  2. You're supposed to eliminate all European borders and let radical muslims take over your civilization, or else you're a statist and racist.