Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Unelected eurocrat Barroso lectures world leaders

Jose Manuel Barroso, the unelected Brussels bureaucrat and former maoist, is more and more convincing in his role as the new emperor without clothes. Today he was lecturing real world leaders: 
Earlier today, Jose Manuel Barroso said he was tired of being lectured by G20 leaders and urged the international community to be patient as the region tackles its debt crisis.
"We are not coming here to receive lessons in terms of democracy or in terms of how to handle the economy," he told reporters.
"By the way, this crisis was not originated in Europe.e
"This crisis originated in North America and much of our financial sector was contaminated by, how can I put it, unorthodox practices, from some sectors of the financial market."
And to make his point even clearer, the "emperor" added
 “The European Union has a model and we are very proud of it.…We are certainly not coming here to receive lessons from nobody.”
One wonders how long the democratically elected world leaders are willing to allow the two European Union clowns, Barroso and van Rompuy, to attend G20 and other similar meetings. Or are the two already considered to be the so established as official court jesters that their presence cannot obe avoided?

Barroso´s PR department has now put the "emperor´s lecture on YouTube. But it is worth noting that the possibility to comment on or rate the video has been disabled. So much for the openness Barroso is bragging about! 

(image wikipedia)

1 comment:

wifferste said...

I have with Nigel Farage, Barroso is a deluded idiot and this video proves it. No wonder his people disabled commenting on it. What he said here is laughable because he contradicts himself in one sentence - ie "We are open and engage with our partners but we did not come here to be lectured". So much for that "openness" as well. Arrogant is more like it.