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EU commissioner Oettinger reveals true face of EU: “The Markets will teach the Italians to vote for the right thing”

“The Markets will teach the Italians to vote for the right thing”, yes you read that right, EU commissioner Oettinger had the guts to say this during an exclusive interview for DwNews as reported by the Journalist Bernd Thomas Riegert.

The tweet was quickly deleted and then reposted with different wording:”The markets and a “darkened” outlook will teach ‘s voters not to vote for populist parties in the next elections, told me commissioner in my exclusive interview for in Strasbourg. “I can only hope that this will play a role in the election campaign.”

Different words, same meaning. The EU and its elites are boasting about the upcoming punishment coming on the Italian people for not voting “the right thing”. The EU shows once again its authoritarian face, Democracy matters to them only when they are the ones winning but whenever the people awaken and realize the prison this union has become suddenly democracy doesn’t look so appealing after all.

I want to close this short article with some personal thoughts:

The people still supporting pro-EU parties and the fight against populism remind me of a very well known lesson by Plato, slaves who love their chains and who are ready to fight to defend their own imprisonment. Brainwashed individuals who can not be reasoned with and who will be highly disappointed in the future Italian elections which will SHATTER the EU’s dreams.

 

 

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