ANOTHER German bureaucrat has taken a key role in the EU – sparking comparisons to the Roman Empire’s brutal takeover of Europe.
Markus Winkler, a close ally of President Martin Schulz, will become the deputy Secretary General of the European Commission from November.
With the position of President and Secretary General already taken by Germans, critics have accused Schultz of undermining democracy.
It’s always amazing to see how slow people come around to waking up and seeing what’s happening around them. Imagine the outrage after the slow thinking politicians in Europe realize Germany has controlled 2/3 of the Troika for over a decade now.
“You have not anchored Germany to Europe,… You have anchored Europe to a newly dominant, unified Germany. In the end, my friends, you’ll find it will not work.“
– Margaret Thatcher
The year is 2016 and Europe is now dominated by Germany again.
Welcome to the Fourth Reich.
GERMANY has been accused of orchestrating a takeover of the EU by taking control of five key roles.
Worried Eurocrats have warned politicians now “need to be German and a socialist” to gain a position of power within the organisation – which has also been described as an “insult to diversity.”
The concerns were raised after the German president of the European Parliament Martin Schulz announced his desire for longtime aide and fellow German Markus Winkler to become deputy secretary general. Continue reading