Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Alexrpt — As EU member Greece begs for a 2 billion euro lifeline, EU non-member, Ukraine, easily gets 1.8 billion euros from EU to fund its war


What kind of a message are the eurocrats sending?
When it comes to war, the EU is ready to pony up the cash…even if the country in question is not even a member of the EU.
While Greece struggles and begs for the 2 billion euros to stay afloat, Ukraine is getting a cool 1.8 billion euros, of which we are supremely confident will be either stolen by the most corrupt regime on earth, or funnelled into the war effort against their very own population.
Red Pill Times
As EU member Greece begs for a 2 billion euro lifeline, EU non-member, Ukraine, easily gets 1.8 billion euros from EU to fund its war
Alexrpt

5 comments:

mike norman said...

Disgraceful.

But worse are the idiots Tsipras and Varoufakis. They look like the Two Stooges.

NeilW said...

The 'extreme reasonableness' play needs to bear fruit soon surely.

Matt Franko said...

And Greece is the nation on our front doorstep to the terror states....

The head-cutters might as well start to plan on just being able to walk right in...

Anthony said...
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Anthony said...

I really don't understand this obsession with European integration. I hear this same nonsense when I speak to some of my family members in Italy. They really believe that being part of the Eurozone is the only way despite the economic disaster that's occurred in the periphery countries with their labor and capital becoming atrophied and withering away as we speak.

I hope Varoufakis and Tsipras enjoy the unfolding humanitarian catastrophe in Greece. But hey, they'll still part of Europe!!!! I feel warm and fuzzy already.