EU COULD BREAK UP THE US Juncker jaw-dropping threat to trump re support for brexit


Danbones
Free Thinker
#1
EU COULD BREAK UP THE US: JUNCKER IN JAW-DROPPING THREAT TO TRUMP OVER SUPPORT FOR BREXIT
'If he goes on like that I am going to promote the independence of Ohio and Austin, Texas in the US'

EUROPEAN Union boss Jean-Claude Juncker this afternoon issued a jaw-dropping threat to the United States, saying he could campaign to break up the country in revenge for Donald Trump’s supportive comments about Brexit.

In an extraordinary speech the EU Commission president said he would push for Ohio and Texas to split from the rest of America if the Republican president does not change his tune and become more supportive of the EU.

The remarks are diplomatic dynamite at a time when relations between Washington and Brussels are already strained over Europe’s meagre contributions to NATO and the US leader’s open preference for dealing with national governments.

They are by far the most outspoken intervention any senior EU figure has made about Mr Trump and are likely to dismay some European leaders who were hoping to seek a policy of rapprochement with their most important ally.
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https://www.infowars.com/eu-could-br...rt-for-brexit/

Junker as in top NAZI family
you frickin idiot lefties
 
Jinentonix
No Party Affiliation
+1
#2
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA Juncker is a clod. Trump must be shaking in his boots over that one. Juncker should remember that the Germans tried something similar during WW1 that unltimately got the US involved in that war. Maybe Junckers is looking for a redux?
 
EagleSmack
+1
#3
Meddling!

Ohio and Texas? I guess he has zero clue on anything going on outside the EU.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
#4
What anyone wants to say about Trump, well...

Whatever he is, at least he isn't one of them.
 
EagleSmack
#5
Europeans do not seem very worldly.
 
Curious Cdn
No Party Affiliation
#6
More Gnus from Gnowhere from the hysterical fringe on here.
 
Tecumsehsbones
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmack View Post

Meddling!

Ohio and Texas? I guess he has zero clue on anything going on outside the EU.

Heck, I'm in favor of Texas seceding. I think Austin'd make a right pretty bonfire.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

More Gnus from Gnowhere from the hysterical fringe on here.

Nice of you to take a moment off from burning folks on trains to enlighten us with your dark projections!

Projection being your strong point.

How you do that without a light on at home I'll never know.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
+1
#9
CCs buddy!

"GEOFFREY LEVY: Still sneering at Britain: Jean-Claude Juncker the boozy bully who sums up all that's rotten about the EU"
Jean-Claude Juncker, the boozy bully who sums up all that's rotten about the EU | Daily Mail Online

DamnedAquaVelvadrinkerssticktogetherthough

I'll give them that
 
Blackleaf
+1
#10
Drunker Juncker at it again? It's no wonder Britain finally decided to say "Enough is enough" and finally decided to quit the undemocratic institution it's never been an enthusiastic member of.

Drunker Juncker is your typical lazy, corrupt, out-of-touch, sneering, unelected eurocrat.




And here he is actually in the process of being drunk:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPgiI46FCDU
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
#11
Nazis created 'basic plan' for European Union, Ukip MEP Gerard Batten says
Mr Batten made the comments after Boris Johnson invoked Hitler to criticise the EU

The Nazis drew up the “basic plan” for the European Union decades before it was actually established, a Ukip MEP has claimed.

Gerard Batten on Monday stepped up to defend Boris Johnson, who on Sunday attracted criticism for likening the EU’s aims to those of Adolf Hitler.

Mr Batten however suggested Mr Johnson had actually underplayed the connections between the EU and the Nazis, and that the bloc had “closer links” with the fascists than many realized.
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a7032221.html

The Junkers (/ˈjʊŋkər/ yuung-kər; German: [ˈjʊŋkɐ]) were the members of the landed nobility in Prussia. They owned great estates that were maintained and worked by peasants with few rights.[1] They were an important factor in Prussian and, after 1871, German military, political and diplomatic leadership. The most famous Junker was Chancellor Otto von Bismarck.[2]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junker_(Prussia)


EURO menace Jean-Claude Juncker’s dad fought for Hitler in World War Two.

And his father-in-law was a Nazi sympathiser who persecuted Jews in his home
country.

Juncker, 59, is tipped
to be the European Commission’s new president.

But his plans for a bigger EU with less say for the UK have led to opposition
from David Cameron — and The
Sun branding him the most dangerous man in Europe.

Sources say the ex-Luxembourg PM’s demands stem from shame over his dad.

Steel worker Joseph was forced to join the German army and fight in Russia
from 1941. Juncker’s EU colleague Henri Grethen said: “The experience of his
father had a big impact. He doesn’t want the story repeated.”

Father-in-law Louis Mathias Frising — dad to Juncker’s wife of 35 years
Christiane — was a teacher in Ettelbruck, Luxembourg, when the Germans
invaded in 1940.

Frising volunteered to be a Nazi propaganda chief while banning spoken French
in favour of German.

He was also responsible for enforcing a law which stripped Jews of their
rights and professions — the first stage of the Holocaust.

After the war Frising had his teaching licence revoked and set up a DIY shop.
He had two daughters before dying aged 89 in 2004.

A neighbour said: “I knew Louis for 30 years and had no idea he was a Nazi
sympathiser. He kept that quiet because presumably it would have been
politically damaging to Jean-Claude.”

The Junckers live in a £2million mansion near Luxembourg City. His campaign
manager declined to comment.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/archives/ne...o-nazi-regime/


just another snazi nazi like soros
 
Blackleaf
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

The Junkers (/ˈjʊŋkər/ yuung-kər; German: [ˈjʊŋkɐ]) were the members of the landed nobility in Prussia. They owned great estates that were maintained and worked by peasants with few rights.[1] They were an important factor in Prussian and, after 1871, German military, political and diplomatic leadership. The most famous Junker was Chancellor Otto von Bismarck.[2]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junker_(Prussia)


EURO menace Jean-Claude Juncker’s dad fought for Hitler in World War Two.

And his father-in-law was a Nazi sympathiser who persecuted Jews in his home
country.

Juncker, 59, is tipped
to be the European Commission’s new president.

But his plans for a bigger EU with less say for the UK have led to opposition
from David Cameron — and The
Sun branding him the most dangerous man in Europe.

Sources say the ex-Luxembourg PM’s demands stem from shame over his dad.

Steel worker Joseph was forced to join the German army and fight in Russia
from 1941. Juncker’s EU colleague Henri Grethen said: “The experience of his
father had a big impact. He doesn’t want the story repeated.”

Father-in-law Louis Mathias Frising — dad to Juncker’s wife of 35 years
Christiane — was a teacher in Ettelbruck, Luxembourg, when the Germans
invaded in 1940.

Frising volunteered to be a Nazi propaganda chief while banning spoken French
in favour of German.

He was also responsible for enforcing a law which stripped Jews of their
rights and professions — the first stage of the Holocaust.

After the war Frising had his teaching licence revoked and set up a DIY shop.
He had two daughters before dying aged 89 in 2004.

A neighbour said: “I knew Louis for 30 years and had no idea he was a Nazi
sympathiser. He kept that quiet because presumably it would have been
politically damaging to Jean-Claude.”

The Junckers live in a £2million mansion near Luxembourg City. His campaign
manager declined to comment.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/archives/ne...o-nazi-regime/


just another snazi nazi like soros

Well, let's face it: The EU is just Germany doing politically what it failed to do military in the 1930s and 1940s. And, once again, the British are there to throw a spanner in the works.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
#13
I agree, as far as the BRITISH PEOPLE GO... but there is the fact that:
Winston Churchill: A founder of the European Union
Winston Churchill: A founder of the European Union | EU ROPE
so the peeps will have to keep a close eye on the brass
 
Blackleaf
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

I agree, as far as the BRITISH PEOPLE GO... but there is the fact that:
Winston Churchill: A founder of the European Union
Winston Churchill: A founder of the European Union | EU ROPE
so the peeps will have to keep a close eye on the brass

Churchill may have been a fan of a united Europe - which is understandable after leading his nation through most of World War II - but he didn't want Britain to be part of such a thing. He mainly wanted Germany and France to move closer together.

 
Jinentonix
No Party Affiliation
+2
#15  Top Rated Post
Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

Nazis created 'basic plan' for European Union, Ukip MEP Gerard Batten says
Mr Batten made the comments after Boris Johnson invoked Hitler to criticise the EU

The Nazis drew up the “basic plan” for the European Union decades before it was actually established, a Ukip MEP has claimed.

Gerard Batten on Monday stepped up to defend Boris Johnson, who on Sunday attracted criticism for likening the EU’s aims to those of Adolf Hitler.

Mr Batten however suggested Mr Johnson had actually underplayed the connections between the EU and the Nazis, and that the bloc had “closer links” with the fascists than many realized.
Nazis created 'basic plan' for European Union, Ukip MEP Gerard Batten says | The Independent

The Junkers (/ˈjʊŋkər/ yuung-kər; German: [ˈjʊŋkɐ]) were the members of the landed nobility in Prussia. They owned great estates that were maintained and worked by peasants with few rights.[1] They were an important factor in Prussian and, after 1871, German military, political and diplomatic leadership. The most famous Junker was Chancellor Otto von Bismarck.[2]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junker_(Prussia)


EURO menace Jean-Claude Juncker’s dad fought for Hitler in World War Two.

And his father-in-law was a Nazi sympathiser who persecuted Jews in his home
country.

Juncker, 59, is tipped
to be the European Commission’s new president.

But his plans for a bigger EU with less say for the UK have led to opposition
from David Cameron — and The
Sun branding him the most dangerous man in Europe.

Sources say the ex-Luxembourg PM’s demands stem from shame over his dad.

Steel worker Joseph was forced to join the German army and fight in Russia
from 1941. Juncker’s EU colleague Henri Grethen said: “The experience of his
father had a big impact. He doesn’t want the story repeated.”

Father-in-law Louis Mathias Frising — dad to Juncker’s wife of 35 years
Christiane — was a teacher in Ettelbruck, Luxembourg, when the Germans
invaded in 1940.

Frising volunteered to be a Nazi propaganda chief while banning spoken French
in favour of German.

He was also responsible for enforcing a law which stripped Jews of their
rights and professions — the first stage of the Holocaust.

After the war Frising had his teaching licence revoked and set up a DIY shop.
He had two daughters before dying aged 89 in 2004.

A neighbour said: “I knew Louis for 30 years and had no idea he was a Nazi
sympathiser. He kept that quiet because presumably it would have been
politically damaging to Jean-Claude.”

The Junckers live in a £2million mansion near Luxembourg City. His campaign
manager declined to comment.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/archives/ne...o-nazi-regime/


just another snazi nazi like soros

Ironically, it's a a continuation of Hitler's idea but with deep communist undertones. The fact that Britain is leaving should thrill Juncker. After all, there's a mostly "unified" Europe and with Britain out of the picture, Germany becomes THE dominant power within the EU. The obvious down-side being they'll also get to carry the bulk of the financial burden of the EU with Britain out.

And to further demonstrate its undemocratic ways, at the UN the EU votes as a bloc in many circumstances, resulting in a single vote from the bulk of the European continent. They don't want any individual countries exercising their right to disagree with what Brussels wants.
For example, let's say there was a UN resolution to enact an embargo on some country. Now, when the European countries voted on it, if 70% of the EU countries voted against it and 30% voted for it, it would only count as a single vote against. Meaning in various matters at the UN, individual EU states don't have a voice in them.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
+1
#16
here's to hoping LePen wins in france
 
Blackleaf
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by Jinentonix View Post

Ironically, it's a a continuation of Hitler's idea but with deep communist undertones. The fact that Britain is leaving should thrill Juncker. After all, there's a mostly "unified" Europe and with Britain out of the picture, Germany becomes THE dominant power within the EU. The obvious down-side being they'll also get to carry the bulk of the financial burden of the EU with Britain out.

And to further demonstrate its undemocratic ways, at the UN the EU votes as a bloc in many circumstances, resulting in a single vote from the bulk of the European continent. They don't want any individual countries exercising their right to disagree with what Brussels wants.
For example, let's say there was a UN resolution to enact an embargo on some country. Now, when the European countries voted on it, if 70% of the EU countries voted against it and 30% voted for it, it would only count as a single vote against. Meaning in various matters at the UN, individual EU states don't have a voice in them.

Two EU member states are permanent members of the UN Security Council - Britain and France. However, with Britain seceding, that will be reduced to just one. But the EU might be glad to see Britain gone when it comes to the UN - Britain has blocked more than 70 EU statements to UN committees. Britain has done this as she is unhappy that the statements read they are on behalf of the EU, rather than "EU and its member states" as Britain has insisted. The rest of the EU sees this as Britain attempting to stop a drift towards a common EU foreign policy.
 

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