Cat­alo­nia sit­u­a­tion widens cracks in the EU

The Citizen (KZN) - - LETTERS -

The union and its un­work­able ide­olo­gies will even­tu­ally be swal­lowed, writes

CMaria- Jose.

at­alo­nia declar­ing in­de­pen­dence from Spain, strongly op­posed by Madrid, widens the many cracks with un­wanted con­se­quences within the melt­ing pot of what is the EU, an en­gi­neer­ing “mas­ter- piece” by the United States.

As usual, Brus­sels will play down the hap­pen­ings, ig­nor­ing the red flags shoot­ing up un­der their un­sta­ble ground – Spain (Cat­alo­nia), France (Cor­sica), Italy (Veneto and Lom­bardy), Ger­many (Bavaria) and United King­dom (Scot­land).

When all cracks are joined, a hole of gar­gan­tuan pro­por­tions will ap­pear, swal­low­ing the EU and its un­work­able ide­olo­gies.

Their un­re­al­is­ti­cally im­posed un­demo­cratic rob-Peter-givePaul poli­cies are lights away from the ba­sic and peace­ful as­pi­ra­tions of EU’s many dif­fer­ent peo­ples.

Peo­ples of sec­u­lar coun­tries are proud of al­ways hav­ing been in­de­pen­dent and self suf­fi­cient.

If Brus­sels was a leader and not a fol­lower, they would have seen this com­ing and avoided it.

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