European Union leadership decided to take their anger over Brexit out on the United States with an absurd threat to break up the country if President Donald Trump continues to support the anti-globalist movement.
EU leader Jean-Claude Juncker showed the wrath of the globalists as he pathetically threatened to try and break up the United States if Trump doesn’t back off from supporting Brexit.
The U.K. Express reported:
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 […]
Speaking at the centre-right European People Party’s (EPP) annual conference in Malta this afternoon, the EU Commission boss did not hold back in his disdain for the White House chief’s eurosceptic views.
Juncker said: “Brexit isn’t the end. A lot of people would like it that way, even people on another continent where the newly elected US President was happy that the Brexit was taking place and has asked other countries to do the same.
“If he goes on like that I am going to promote the independence of Ohio and Austin, Texas in the US.”
*snorts* That’s cute …
Juncker reportedly made the comments during a speech in which he railed against those that have dared to criticize and push back against the EU. In fact, Juncker’s wrath avoided Britain, which he didn’t criticize at all in favor of taking his anger out on Trump.
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Juncker tried to express optimism in regard to Brexit: “Brexit isn’t the end of everything. We must consider it to be a new beginning, something that is stronger, something that is better.”
The Express went on to report about the intense globalist anger over their agenda being thwarted:
Speaking before him, EU Council president Donald Tusk was less reserved in his remarks about the UK vote as he tore into the populist politics which led to Brexit.
The Polish eurocrat said the argument over sovereignty – epitomised by the Vote Leave slogan ‘take back control’ – was “a view that is both foolish and dangerous” and that the EU guaranteed countries’ strength of the world stage.
He also accused populist politicians, such as the Netherlands’ Geert Wilders and France’s Marine Le Pen, of promoting “organised hatred” with their views on immigration.
All wasn’t lost, however, as conservative Antonio Tajani, the EU Parliament president, delivered remarks that received strong support from the audience about maintaining Europe’s Christian identity:
We shouldn’t be ashamed of saying we’re Christian. We’re Christian, it is our history.
If we leave our identity we will have in Europe all identities but not European identities. For this we need to strengthen our identity.
It is impossible to win without identity, without our values. Of course we are different, many languages, many ideas, but we are united on the values and this is the most important content.
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