Article copyProgress in the Evil Empire (Strikes Back) is going steadily, thank you.
According to the last move, heartily acclaimed by the DFUFFTLOTEPFTYOTNEB¹, the EU is going to sue herself over her own decisions.
Yeah, the sky is their limit.
It's not like we weren't expecting this kind of, well, incursion into the 4th Dimension.
Actually, considering the doohickey and the method, there is no way the EU can avoid such turn of events, (particularly now that she piled up the Euro
This is, shall we say, the natural state of the super State.
However, it's not because we're not surprised that we shall not rejoice.
In any case:
Jacques Bourgeois, a lawyer in the Brussels office of the law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer Feld, said that if the court sided with the commission, governments would be forced to "re-establish a situation which is in conformity with the law."I'm impressed. A bunch of unelected UEreaucrats (commission and judges), accountable for nothing and to nobody but themselves, corrupted down to the bones and enjoying it, may 'force' the governments paying them, which they supposedly serve, to
Great idea. But how exactly do they plan to 'force' them? With the 1st Belgian Waffle Division storming Chirac's Palace of the Elysée and the tanks of the 3rd Luxembourg Marine Corp rolling through Berlin?
Or will they just add a fine to the deficit?
The monster is turning its claws against its creator. Excellent.
In political terms, critics said, the case means the European Union, at a time of weak economic growth, is at war with itself.In the very leitmotiv of the gifted writer and truly unique character David Carr:
"more and faster please."
1: That would be the Dissident Frogman's United Front For The Liberation Of The European People From The Yoke Of The NeoSoviet European Bureaucrats.
Yes, the name still needs a bit of work, but the struggle cannot wait for a new logo.
We're not freaking Champaign Socialists in Parisian marketing agencies blogging about the inequity of that filthy market economy and all, Dude.