Juncker has already lost, and one could say – Thank God! We’ve seen many remarkable escapades from this former Prime Minister of the notorious Luxembourg tax haven. We’ve witnessed his transformation from a Christian democrat into a textbook leftist liberal.
Juncker laid wreaths at Karl Marx’s monument, he praised communist revolutionary and Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. On his watch, around 2 million illegal Muslim refugees and migrants entered the EU uncontrolled and the UK is leaving the EU. It’s unknown who will replace him.
Bilal Hassani who was born a man, dresses like a woman, and claims to be gay is most likely going to win the French national round and then represent his progressive country well. If France can’t win Eurovision this time, it never will. The last time they won was in 1977 and this time, they would really like to be represented by someone who has been a front-runner since day one.
Hassani will face a lot of criticism just like Austrian singer Conchita Wurst in 2014, who was accused of winning only thanks to her sexual orientation and all the public hype and pressure surrounding her existence.
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The countries of Central and Eastern Europe are strongly underrepresented in EU institutions
A national presence is important, necessary and beneficial for both the Union and Member States
Klaus: The EP is just a game for parliament
In an interview with Lidové noviny, former President Václav Klaus evaluated the elections to the European Parliament and the EU. Klaus also commented on Brexit, Donald Tusk and his meeting with Steve Bannon.
Klaus Jr: EU attacks freedom of speech
People like me are blocked from social networks, some opinions are pushed out of public space, said MP Václav Klaus Jr. in an interview for DVTV. According to him, the current attack on freedom of speech is the worst since the fall of Communism in 1989.
Huawei should be discussed across the EU
The European Union should deal with the Chinese Huawei technologies issue, Czech PM Andrej Babiš said after attending the Davos Economic Forum.
Klaus: The French and the Germans quit on the EU
The treaty of Aachen is being prepared but its content is classified. It basically sets an alliance between the two European superelite countries, which is a clear sign that France and Germany renounce the EU. It means that creating an authentic European integration is too slow for them and that they are not going to consider those who are hindering it.
Klaus: The more Euro-critical MEPs, the better
The EU has so far been able to start two new websites, which fortunately isn’t much, former President Václav Klaus said in an interview.
Brexit is bad for the Czech Republic
While the position of France and Germany will be strengthened by the departure of the UK from the European Union, the Czech Republic will lose its frequent ally. According to a Czech diplomat who wishes to remain anonymous, the Czech Republic will have to deal with unusual partners such as the Scandinavians, the Baltic States and Portugal.
Inappropriate and exaggerated Juncker
According to experts, the criticism of Romania is inappropriate and will not help anything – on the contrary, there is a risk of deepening the ditch between Western and Eastern Europe.
Klaus: The EU wants to punish the UK for saying it’s not the best
Former president Václav Klaus shared his opinion on the previous year in an interview with ParlamentniListy.cz. Giving Hungary as an example, Klaus said that both the Czech Republic and the EU need politicians with clear minds and opinions. He also criticized the European Union for its behavior towards the UK.
Today’s Europe needs a man like Orbán
I see Orbán as a positive figure because of his uncompromising defense of basic conservative values, independent Senator Jitka Chalánková said to ParlamentníListy.cz.
A sharp exchange of views at the EU summit
The Czech Republic could be under certain circumstances expelled from Schengen, said Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel at the EU summit. It is an absurd threat, his Czech counterpart Andrej Babiš said.
Macron will no longer have time to criticize Visegrad
Having no choice, Macron likely recognized his mistakes and promised to reassess his priorities, which can be seen positively in many ways. The French president will no longer have the time to criticize the Visegrad group as well as to promote deeper integration of the European Union.