In what can only be called a cry for help from a disillusioned egomaniac, the head of the European Union threatened to break-up the United States today because Donald Trump is supporting the exit of the United Kingdom from the EU. Jean-Claude Juncker issued the 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.
The comments came in an extraordinary speech before the ruling board of the EU today. Juncker said he would push for, of all places, Ohio and Texas, to split from the rest of America if Mr. Trump doesn’t stop praising the UK’s decision to leave the Union and become more supportive of the EU in general.
The remarks would be comparable to Mr. Trump offering statehood to Swizterland and Belgium, and are equally ridiculous. But never the less, they come at a time when diplomatic relations are at a low point. The EU has had eight years of Obama kissing their rear ends and are frustrated by not being sure how to deal with President Trump. Especially in the area of Trumps demands that they start paying their fair share of the costs of NATO.
The fact that the EU is a big supporter of the NWO concept only makes it worse when they are trying to deal with a president that much prefers to deal with national governments than a conglomeration government of almost 28 member states. The new threat, no matter how ridiculous it is, is likely to likely to dismay some European leaders who were hoping to seek a policy of rapprochement with their most important ally, the U.S.
Speaking at the European People Party’s (EPP) annual conference in Malta Juncker didn’t hold back his obvious dislike for President Trump’s support for Brexit and his 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.”
The remarks came in the middle of an angry speech in which the top eurocrat railed widely against critics of the EU Commission. His statement, besides being insane, are indefensible and inexplicable at a time when EU-US relations have finally started to heal after major riffs regarding Refugee policy differences. In fact, Vice-President Mike Pence just completed a largely successful trip to Brussels and President Trump significantly softening his tone towards the EU project.
Antonio Tajani, the EU Parliament president later told the group: “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.”