Tuesday, June 5, 2018


    The situation surrounding Italy "must have become serious" for The European Union, because it appears EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is lying once again.
    Juncker who in 2011, in the depths of the EU crisis, admitted "when it becomes serious, you have to lie" said this weekend that, while he had been tempted to intervene during the recent political impasse in Italy, he was determined not to feed the populist narrative: that the EU is meddling in domestic affairs.
   But, as The Guardian reports, the commission president had flirted with danger on Thursday by suggesting that the EU should not be blamed for the state of Italy’s poorer regions, where there needed to be “more work” and “less corruption”. Rather than blaming the EU, there needed to be more “seriousness” within the country about tackling its economic and social problems, he said.
   Does J-C really expect us to believe he is going to just leave the Italians well enough alone to their 'democracy' and they 'sovereign' decisions? We already know The ECB screwed Italy over - so what is Brussels' evil plot to pressure Conte et al. back to the heart of darkness?

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