The EU will make sure eurosceptic candidates are blocked from top jobs in Brussels regardless of the results of May’s election, Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker has bragged.
In an interview with Polish media at the weekend, Jean-Claude Juncker rejected the idea that the surge at the ballot box for national populist parties predicted next month would slow the progress of the globalist EU integration process.
“In these elections, those who promote foolish nationalism will pay the price for it,” the European Commission president threatened, crowing: “Nobody knows this, but last time I rejected the candidacies of six of the Commissioners presented to me by national governments”.
“Do remember that governments merely propose commissioners. It is the president of the Commission who accepts them and allocates their responsibilities,” the unelected bureaucrat boasted.
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Speaking with Rzeczpospolita, Juncker sneered that, whether the nation’s patriotic ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party wins national parliamentary elections in November or whether it is defeated by a coalition of opposition activists backed by most of the Brussels establishment, Poland would not be leaving the EU due to the financial benefits it provides.
“Poles do not want to be cut off from all this,” the Luxembourgian politician confidently declared, before adding contradictorily that people in Western Europe “should not think Poland is only in the bloc for money”.
He claimed Poland’s EU membership is as a result of the Slavic nation-state sharing “common values” with other EU countries, and said that funding from Brussels “is not a gift, but a recognition of the magnitude of the reforms carried out” since it joined the EU.'
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