Lunatic EU president Jean-Claude Juncker trashes Greece at critical moment

That European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker despises democracy is not a secret. But his lunatic-level attacks on Greece, right at the critical moment, make you wonder whether he and his "elite" friends are on a mission to destroy the EU. Who needs Eurosceptic enemies, when you have EU friends like that?

by Westminster shrink on 29 June 2015 12:29

The President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, is nobody's idea of a bright man. Nor is he anybody's idea of a democrat. But you'd have thought he'd have the basic common sense to just shut up while the greatest crisis in the history of the European Union stands right before us.

No, not a bit of it. As social devastation beckons in Greece -- due to Juncker's brain-dead policies, including the most brain-dead of them all, the Euro -- he thinks it's the right time to launch a full-on attack against the Greek government.

As the BBC reports it:

"The European Commission chief, Jean-Claude Juncker, has said he feels "betrayed" by the "egotism" showed by Greece in the failed debt talks.

"He told a news conference that Greek proposals were "delayed" or "deliberately altered" and the Greek people "should be told the truth", but the door was still open to talks.

"Talks broke down on Friday sparking a weekend of dramatic developments.

"Greece called a surprise referendum and Greek banks are closed for a week."

Right. So why not pour 50 gallons of petrol onto the fire Jean-Claude, by insulting a democratically elected government?

Not even the most obsessive Eurosceptic, desirous of total EU-wide collapse, could have asked for more.

From that perspective, if Jean-Claude Juncker didn't exist, he'd need to be invented.

NB: Financial analysts now warn of contagion across southern Europe amongst small despositors, who may want to think of withdrawing funds immediately and converting to dollars, pounds, or gold

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