Wednesday, 14 October 2009

Barroso has a dig at Klaus

Emperor Barroso has laid into Czech president, Vaclav Klaus, for not signing the Lisbon Treaty/EU Constitution.

Barroso said he expects the Czech Republic to "honour the commitment it has taken" and says "it is in the interests of nobody, least of all the interests of the Czech Republic, to delay matters further".  He refers to "artificial obstacles" from the democratically-elected Czech president which, if I were a Czech, I would find extremely insulting coming from an unelected dictator who was hell bent on wiping my country off the map.

I think you'll find tens of millions of people will disagree with you on that your imperial majesty - tens of millions of people who don't want to live in a country called the EU and who have been denied a vote on it by their eurofederalist governments.

2 comments:

Steve Halden said...

The Czech President will come under increasing pressure. It is doubtful that he can last for long, stand alone against the European Union.

Fausty said...

I believe Klaus will hold out for ass long as possible. Eurofanatics et al might have dirt on him, but I bet he has dirt on them - back-handers, commies, fraud, etc.