European Council President Donald Tusk has stated that the United States isn’t all for a “strong, united” Europe and known as nationalism a “fundamental threat” to the European Union
Globalist leaders with their unrelenting dedication to open borders proceed to help the Hijra and demonize any person who opposes their reckless plan.
Tusk, a “former Prime Minister of Poland turned top Eurocrat,” additional mentioned:
For the first time in historical past now we have an American management which, to place it delicately, isn’t very enthusiastically tuned in to a united, sturdy Europe
Meanwhile, the EU has been bullying Tusk’s home nation Poland over migrant quotas. Poland and Hungary have refused to absorb any refugees “under a 2015 deal that was supposed to allocate 160,000 people among EU member countries.” Poland’s Interior Minister Mariusz Błaszczak mentioned: “In agreeing to take in refugees, the [previous government] put a ticking bomb under us….We’re defusing that bomb.”
Not precisely a sign of the EU harmony that Tusk would have us consider exists.
Mariusz Błaszczak additionally warned:
EU drive on Poland to just accept refugees “is a straight road to a social catastrophe, with the result that in a few years Warsaw could look like Brussels.”
“EU President: Trump Not ‘Tuned in’ to ‘Strong, United’ Europe,” by means of Victoria Friedman, Breitbart, November 12, 2018:
European Council President Donald Tusk has stated that the United States isn’t all for a “strong, united” Europe and known as nationalism a “fundamental threat” to the European Union.
The former Prime Minister of Poland became most sensible Eurocrat made the feedback at a speech in his home nation on Saturday, the day before Poland celebrated the 100th anniversary of its rebirth as an unbiased state, with Poles taking phase in a march via Warsaw on Sunday condemned by means of the mainstream media as “far-right” nationalism.
“For the first time in history we have an American administration which, to put it delicately, is not very enthusiastically tuned in to a united, strong Europe,” Tusk stated.
“And I say this as anyone who has– let’s say — the pleasure of getting slightly common direct exchanges with the President of the United States.
“Maybe he’s quite open with me because we are namesakes, and I have no doubt whatsoever that in those matters which — in my view — are the geopolitical foundation of Poland’s independence, namely a strong European Union, close integration between Europe and the United States, even closer than today, and the transatlantic community, which is the essence of the global order, I have no doubt that with regard to all of this I have different views from my most influential namesake in the world.”
Tusk’s perception that his imaginative and prescient of Poland could also be other to that of the President of the United States does seem to be shared by means of the current Polish management, after the rustic’s ambassador to the U.S. and the U.S. ambassador to Poland penned a joint article hailing the sturdy ties between the 2 nations which were advanced under President Trump, writing that “the bond between the United States and Poland is stronger than ever.”
Tusk additionally criticised the upward thrust of “nationalism,” calling it a “fundamental threat” to the EU and pronouncing it’s “illustrated most clearly by Brexit.”…