EU Chief Warns of 'Implosion' as Trust in Europe Fades
Voters in the Netherlands campaign for a no vote on the plan to grant Ukraine full EU membership
Martin Schults, one of the plethora of Presidents in the European Union bureaucratic dictatorship, in this case President of the European Parliament has warned the EU is on a "slippery path" towards breakup, following a plebiscite last week which is being interpreted as a vote of no confidence from the citizens of The Netherlands. With opinion polls in Britain edging towards the 'leave' campaign, in the impending UK vote over Brexit and the rise in Euroskepticism throughout Europe.
Trust in "entire institutions, whether national or European," was lost, Schulz told the German newspaper the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ). He said there was the risk of an "implosion of the EU," partly due to Euroskeptic movements within EU member states. He is correct but if the wanto to know why people are turning against Europe and globalism he should gaze into the abyss that has opened between the ambitions of the controlling elites and the lives and concerns of ordinary Europeans who work for a living. (When you gaze into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you:- Freidrich Neitzsche.)
"If the British leave the EU, there will be demands for further escape referendums. In Europe, we are on a slippery path. Hardly any of the governments are really fighting to reach the hearts of the people," Schulz said. We have previously reported that there is growing public pressure in many member states for in / out votes even though the UK vote is two months away.
He was speaking less than a week after a referendum in The Netherlands on the EU-Ukraine association agreement which proposed the developmet of a free trade zone. The result — which effectively was a vote of confidence in the EU — was that a clear majority (61 percent) against the accord. It was perhaps not simply the accession of Ukraine to full EU membership that concerned Dutch voters, but the desire among higher levels of the Euronazi Bureaucratic Dictatorship to admit Turkey and Georgia and then include Balkan states and extend 'Europe' further, into Asia, the Arabian sub - continent and Africa.
Meanwhile, as the EU is struggling to keep itself together amid the migrant crisis and problems within the Eurozone. To make matters worse, the failure to tackle ongoing economic problems in the Eurozone, the migrant crisis, unemployment and to devise an intelligent response to ISIS and America's middle east adventurism, has plunged the EU into disarray. The Schengen zone and the dream of a borderless Europe has fallen apart due to the EU's failure to manage its external borders and the EU-Turkey migrant deal which effectively allowed the gangster regime of president Erdogan in Turkey to blackmail EU leaders has attracted widdespread and severe criticism.
In the UK, Prime Minister David Cameron is campaigning for Britain to remain within the EU, ahead of an In-Out referendum he was forced to call — on June 23 — because of deep divisions over Europe within his own party and a huge rise in Euroskepticism in the country as a whole. As the campaign starts to get serious Cameron himself has become embroiled in a tax evasion scandal which is now reaching far beyond Britain.
In the Eurozone, there is also conflict between the International Monetary Fund and the EU over the third Greek bailout, which the IMF says is "unsustainable." Greece has been forced to introduce a new tax regime, cut public sector spending and revise its pension system, in a move that has caused severe hardship for many of its citizens and even some cases of starvation. The Greek crisis is now in its fifth years and because of bureaucratic intransigence in Brussels looks no nearer to a solution than it was on day one.
And those are just a few of the reasons why the the people of Europe must reject the EU.
EU citizens and recent immigrants alike are determined to oppose the admissionion of the Islamist terrorist state Turkey to the EU