Dümmer und korrupter kann man nicht sein, was das seit langem die NATO, USA, die Idioten Laden im Camorra Stile im Balkan produzieren und vor allem in Albanien, Kosovo, Montenegro usw.. Hirnlos in Deutschland, und korrupt bis auf die Wurzel die IRZ-Stiftung, was wir für die Idioten schon vor weit über 10 Jahren vorher sagten, Andere aber ebenso.
Billig eingekauft, die besonderes dummen Justizministerinnen in Deutschland. der EU Banden.
Was ist diese SPD Bande Sturzdumm heute von Heiko Maas, oder der Dumm Mafiosi: Knut Fleckenstein, repräsentiert
Der„Corona“ Betrug der NATO, der EU und aus Berlin in Europa
When on March 25, 2020, the European Council decided to open accession negotiations with Albania, it formulated a long list of requirements that had to be fulfilled before the first intergovernmental conference – the official start of actual negotiations – could be held. Several of these requirements concerned the justice system, with the European Commission…
The new coronavirus appears to be tearing apart the fragile framework of the European Union.
“Europe” said the former Commission chief and a EU godfather, Jacques Delors, “is in “mortal danger“.
If citizens feel themselves abandoned at the heart of the pandemic, said Former French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, the EU could “collapse“.
The EU objective was evidently supposed to be an “ever closer union“. But now, if the EU does not show solidarity and strength at a time of global crisis, what is the EU’s purpose? Its ideological supporters have a mantra: each new problem must be solved by more Europe. “Europe is our future, we have no other”, Germany’s former Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher once said.
Although these are important and dramatic statements, each time it is as if something even more important and dramatic needs to happen to shake people awake, as if the European Union is never actually seen as dying.
Sadly, these high-flown phrases seem to shrivel into empty slogans.
The truth is that there is no “Union”. There is a conglomerate of European states trying to take advantage of some rules called “the union”. In times of crisis, old European divisions always seem to reopen — and crises are part of the old continent, possibly its epitaph.
The coronavirus now has put the European Union and its comfort zone face-to-face with all its weaknesses, decadence and cowardice.
In the face of Italy’s pandemic catastrophe, the European Union showed only impotence and indifference. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen even “apologized” to Italy and acknowledged that the EU had failed to respond well to the Covid-19 pandemic.
When Italy called for solidarity from its European neighbors, they declined. Even the former President of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani, spoke of a “cowardly Europe“. The pro-EU Italian newspaper, La Repubblica, called it bluntly, “Ugly Europe”. It seems that 70% of Italians believe Germany is trying to “strangle” them.
Because of the coronavirus, Europe’s Schengen Area of passport-free travel inside the EU — one of the two pillars of EU dogma (the other being the euro) — was suspended in a hurry and internal borders closed without coordinated action. During the the first two weeks of March, nine countries closed their borders; followed by the partial closure of Germany’s borders. The EU then announced the closure of its external borders for 30 days.
“Do you not understand the emergency we are going through?”, Spain’s prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, asked German Chancellor Angela Merkel during one of the EU’s latest summits.
What the Germans appeared to want was the advantages of an expanded euro market without its disadvantages, such as “solidarity” in the instance of migrants or coronavirus. Germany has always dominated Europe via the EU, which was created after the Second World War to prevent Germany from rearing its head again.
A report by the Bertelsmann Foundation found that Germany, which accounts for more than a quarter of the eurozone’s economic output, benefited most from the EU’s single market, earning an extra 86 billion euros a year because of it. It is likely this financial bonus that now helps Germany in contending with the epidemic. Germany had 25,000 ventilators; France had only 5,000, and Italy was forced by a lack of ventilators to make agonizing decisions about whom to treat. “Wouldn’t European solidarity mean Germany deliver [sic] at least some of the new ventilators to countries that currently need them most?”, asked Die Zeit‘s journalist Jochen Bittner.
Among the European states, however, even faster than empathy and solidarity, spread bitterness and resentment.
In 2017, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, then the Dutch Minister of Finance and head of the “Eurogroup” (the EU’s grouping of finance ministers), said that southern European countries such as Italy wasted their money on “drinks and women“. This month, one of Germany’s leading newspapers, Die Welt, wrote that the Italian mafia was waiting for Brussels’ coronavirus money.
Berlin was not moved, even by the pictures of the Italian army transporting dozens of coffins out of a city because the local crematorium was overwhelmed by the deaths. Dozens of coffins awaiting burial were lined up in churches.
“It pains me to say it, but the countries who are dragging their feet, such as Holland, Germany and Sweden, have not yet experienced shortages of coffins”, Italy’s former prime minister Enrico Letta commented. The Germans and the Dutch never found retirement home residents “dead and abandoned,” as happened in Spain. “European capitals watched as Italy took steps that seemed extreme at the time in an ultimately futile bid to hold back infections from the rest of the Continent”, wrote Politico.
Another merciless battle Italy fought with the EU was for protective face-masks. France adopted a policy of requisitioning them; Germany banned their export. Those unilateral decisions undermined a much-touted EU principle: the free movement of goods in the single market. As L’Express exposed, France seized four million masks belonging to a Swedish company and that had been intended, in part, for Italy and Spain.
Helga Schmid, die Stellvertretende Generalsekretärin des Europäischen Auswärtigen Dienstes (EEAS)
Helge Schmid (links), holte Nazis, Todes Schwadronen, bzw die Dümmsten, korruptesten Verbrecher nach Berlin, um Milliarden zustehlen, im Desaster was die EU in der Ukraine anrichtete. Verbrechen, als persönlichen Profit, man muss nur selbst genügend Dumm sein, da mit zumachen.
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