F**K the EU. Those three words spoken by Victoria Jane Nuland, Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs at the United States Department of State, summed up the entire year for the leaders of Europe.
Granted, Nuland was in the final stages of “glueing” together her coup in Ukraine with Yats as her man to run the illegal regime, but her words, whether she realised it or not, summed up a 2014 where the leaders of Europe and the EU showed the entire world that being weak and corrupt can impact events just as much, if not more, as being strong and righteous.
By bowing down to every single command given by the US and following American orders, or face what Joe Biden termed as “embarrassing” circumstances, European leaders made decisions which were 100% to the detriment of their economy, culture, history and people.
America will do what it always does best… bomb folks and sponsor color revolutions. The big surprise of 2014 was how Europe, often thought of as a continent where intelligence and diplomacy rule the day, folded like origami to every single diktat that Washington placed upon it, no questions asked, no debate initiated.
EU leaders paid the price during Parliamentary elections, which oversaw anti-EU parties lead by Nigel Farage and Marine Le Pen, deal a crushing defeat to the European mafia, but unfortunately it was not enough to rid the world of these bozos.
Governments in many European member states have yet to find any sense of sovereignty, and the unelected technocrats living the high life in Brussels’ ivory towers are still making sweeping policy decisions based on what is best for the US not Europe. Europe has given up on logical thought and succumbed, in full, to the sociopathic thinking of neo-conservative and neo-liberal warmongers in Washington.
2014 was the year that Europe died.
From The Saker:
2014 was truly a historical year for the EU marked by the wholesale and abject surrender of the EU political leaders to the United States. From the EU guaranteed agreement between the opposition and Yanokovich which was broken the very next day, the Victoria Nuland’s famous words which were never challenged, to the introduction of sanctions the day after the signing of the Minsk agreement, to the political and economic seppuku against South Stream, to the shameful silence and even collaboration with the murderers of the passengers of MH17 – the EU has proven to all that it is only a spineless colony of the AngloZionist Empire and that the EU and the Ukraine are equally subservient puppets of the United States. There is no EU to speak of. It is a US controlled territory whose administration is entrusted to Germany to whose power all the EU nations have bowed. And in this system, countries such as Poland or Lithuania have a special role: to lead the EU in subservience to the USA.
From the latest statements of Putin and Lavrov it is pretty clear that they fully share Victoria Nulands opinion of the EU which they now seem consider as some kind of “geopolitical Conchita Wurst” not worthy of any respect or credibility.
Truly, the EU and its Eurobureaucratic elites have passed a point of no return. If in the past they could still pretend like the EU project was making the EU stronger and that in maintained the sovereignty of its member, now this kind of statement will only be met with a disgusted laughter. As a system the EU has committed suicide and nothing can be further expected of it until it collapses. The riots which have taken place in almost every country of western Europe are a clear sign that most Europeans are either fed-up or desperate or both. In a way, we could say that the EU is run by a Soviet-style nomenklatura which lives in complete detachment from the rest of the European people in a kind of US-built ivory tower high above the common people. Exactly the kind of situation which results in bloody uprisings and revolutions. I am personally convinced that an explosion of anger could happen anytime, especially in the EU countries bordering the Mediterranean. But unlike the Russians, the Europeans prefer their revolution in the warm weather. So maybe next summer?
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