EU Boss: We’ll Break Up USA!

After President Trump’s supportive comments regarding Brexit, Jean Claude Juncker, the European Union boss delivered a very weird (some called it jaw dropping) speech to the EU Commission earlier on Thursday.

Mr. Juncker who is an un-elected eurocrat threatened the United States by saying that he’s willing to campaign for the break up of the country by promoting the independence of Austin and Ohio of all places, if he (The Donald) goes on like that (supports Brexit, which is a done-deal by the way).

EU’s chief doesn’t seem to be very happy with Donald Trump’s support for UK leaving the European Union and he indicated that he will back up(how?) parts of the United States breaking away (like Calexit maybe) from the union if that will be the case in the future as a revenge of sorts, predicting (based on what?) that other EU countries will follow his heroic example.

I must emphasize the fact that this guy was not elected by anybody in his current position, as he’s just a former mayor of Luxembourg and after that, a lifelong  EU bureaucrat speaking in the name of 28 countries in the European Union without a clear mandate and absolutely nothing to back up his delirious statements.

UKIP’s Nigel Farage, one of Brexit’s architects said that Jean Claud Juncker made a complete fool of himself today, but this would not be the first time and definitely not the last:

This guy represents everything that’s wrong with the European Union and has a number of problems (to say the least) when it comes to addressing real life issues:


So, after speaking with several leaders of other planets, Mr. Juncker decided to declare (interplanetary) war on the United States and vowed to support secessionist moves:

“The newly elected U.S. president was happy that Brexit was taking place, and asked other countries to do the same.

“If he goes on like that“I am going to promote the independence of Ohio and Austin, Texas.”

This guy is totally confused as he doesn’t seem to comprehend the differences between the United States, which is one country, a federal union of states formed by consent and the EU, which is basically a free-trade based union (at its inception) and later became a monetary/political union, being imposed from the top down by unelected bureaucrats on 28 different countries with different languages and cultures.

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