Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Johnson and Farage no patriots according to Juncker

EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker yesterday criticised Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage and others. He called them 'retro-nationalists', commenting that they were no patriots, as patriots don't run away.

1 comment:

Andreas said...

Juncker hadn't mentioned in his speech the current threats against Farage and his family, for instance from Lunar C, whose real name is Jake Brook: He tweeted a photo of a queue of migrants and claimed he would “run a train” (an act where men queue up to have sex with one woman) on one of his daughters, who are aged nine and 15.
Besides all that, I think Farage achieved what he always wanted - leaving the EU.

Not sure if Juncker was sober on his 'After Brexit Speech':
“We must be aware that those who observe us from afar are worried. We have seen and heard many leaders of other planets are very worried because they ask questions concerning the way in which the EU will follow. So we must insure Europeans as well as those who observe us from afar, “said Juncker.

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