Skip to comments.Barroso aligns with Merkel in push for (European Union) treaty change
Posted on 09/05/2012 2:21:57 PM PDT by Olog-hai
European Commission President José Manuel Barroso has joined German Chancellor Angela Merkel in believing that the eurozone crisis could not be overcome without a treaty change to transfer national competencessuch as budgetsto European institutions.
Speaking to senior EU diplomats yesterday (4 September), Barroso argued that there was a need for further political and institutional integration and a consolidation of a truly political union through a change of the EU treaty.
Together with European Council President Herman Van Rompuy, Eurogroup President Jean-Claude Juncker and ECB President Mario Draghi, Barroso is expected to produce a concrete proposal at the 18-19 October summit of EU leaders. A final report and road map for further economic and monetary union is expected to be adopted by EU leaders at the 13 December summit.
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.....and who among that group is the future little horn?
The one that pushes other horns aside and exalts itself.
I have a feeling that Angela sees it being run by Germans. Not a kleptocracy, just a good old fashioned German fiefdom. Without the military trappings.
Bigger and more complex is always better? FUBAR was never more appropriate,
Don’t say “without”. Remember that Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg was one of the architects of getting conscription ended, which opens the way to a professional military once again, and even reopens the possibility of the return of the “state within a state”. Add that to the EU’s ambitions for a “European army”, and what have you got then?
Dear Europe, WAKE UP! JUST SAY NO.