EU Faces Bankruptcy As Von Der Leyen Refuses To Resign

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EU Faces Bankruptcy As Von Der Leyen Refuses To Resign

Written by Mahyar Tousi

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  1. EBC started printing 85bn euros a month in 2015, add in over regulations leading to protectionism and it's not hard to see the road ahead.

  2. Can we charge the EU fishermen, sorry, fisher people, lol, to fish in our waters? And instead of making them wait to do the fishing, we make them wait to leave our waters with their catch of fish. Just long enough for the fish to go off.

  3. We're all going to be in the same boat, this Country and most of the World will also be bankrupt…. BUT! not too worry "THE GREAT RESET" will save us all?

  4. No they wont, greece and italy have been sucked dry. That leaves 25 members remaining to strip of everything. Then Germany and France get their version of Europe.

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  6. Oh please. As if the british economy is doing so well. "The sixth-largest economy in the world, the British economy's growth has slowed since the 2016 referendum on leaving the European Union (Brexit). The situation worsened in 2020 due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic: GDP fell by 2.2% in the first quarter and plummeted 20.4% in the second, with a yearly loss estimated at 9.8% by the IMF, the country’s deepest recession since World War II. Despite the measures taken by the government to support the economy, business investment and household consumption collapsed. According to the IMF's October 2020 forecast, a rebound is expected for 2021 (+5.9%) and 2022 (+3.2%), also largely due to the the much awaited last-minute trade deal signed between the UK and the European Union, finally defining the new terms of the future relationship and cooperation between the UK and the rest of the EU after Brexit."

    In other words: your projected recovery out of the biggest economical hole since WWII is thanks largely to the deal you all are hating so much.

  7. And still remoaners sing the praises of this corrupt undemocratic organisation. I suppose they just hate Britain. I wonder if they will take their elderly relatives to EU to get a vaccine.

  8. Well the shit finally hit the fan. That's why I as a Brexiteer always knew this was going to happen and voted to leave and voted for Brexit. If Britain stayed in the EU they would have had to bail them out no thanks to the Remoaners Remainers who always wanted Britain to stay in the corrupt EU. Freedom at last from the corrupt EU no more bailouts from Britain.

  9. I’m sorry Mahyar, surely you knew the financial crash was coming. This has been the real reason for the lockdowns, all the business grabs, land grabs because people can’t afford their mortgages. The banks have been accumulating as much as they can to stay afloat themselves. Oh but how convenient timing for now comes the ushering in of the Great Reset and the too big to fail banks once again get their way. Only this time not just them but the slits have blood on their hand. I wish people would just call it for what it is.

  10. Von see leyan is a typical politician..
    Self serving , narcissistic, arrogant, incompetent, greedy, ignorant, zero accountability, steeped in hypocrisy, greed, lies, deceit and betrayal…