Top EU Official: Poland, Hungary, Romania, Italy Attempt To Weaken Or Destroy European Project

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Top EU Official: Poland, Hungary, Romania, Italy Attempt To Weaken Or Destroy European Project

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The EU is in a mortal danger from inside and outside claiming that Poland, Hungary, Romania and Italiy are working to weaken or destroy the European project, European Commissioner for Budget and Human Resources Gunther Oettinger stated on September 4.

“In my view, the project is in mortal danger,” he told an event organized by Germany’s Federal Association of Non-Statutory Welfare Services in Brussels. “Some within Europe want to weaken it or even destroy it — Poland, Hungary, Romania, the government of Italy”.

Oettinger also claimed that the EU is at risk from “autocrats” using trade wars and aggression, mentioning Russian President Vladimir Putin, Turkish President Recep Erdogan and “the clever Chinese.” He further complained that his own country, Germany, is not showing enough enthusiasm for the EU, especially when it comes to the budget.

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  • FlorianGeyer

    Oh dear oh dear. Trouble in the Khazar Paradise.

    This why there are cries of ‘Anti Semitism’ from the worlds parasites.
    The Khazars realise that the finger of blame is again being pointed at them and they fear another Pogrom :)

  • Андрещ Англощитсч Ларп

    Sweden comes next.Germany,France will follow.Since when can unelected technocrats and muppets of the globalist zog dare to complain about “autocrats” ? These “autocrats” represent the will of the people while these ZOG muppets represent the will on a few “chosen” tribesmen.

  • telemetrie

    Hungary and Italy don’t want do destroy Europe, they are actually protecting it from Brussel’s dictatorship.

  • V. Mecki

    “The EU is in a mortal danger from inside and outside…”
    Oettinger is wrong! The EU is not in a mortal danger, but the EU is a mortal danger. For Europe and its people.