Sunday, January 28, 2018

Poland reminds Holland(and neonazi ran "European" Union) of who and what they were/are and where their place is !!! NO AMEROGERMAN NEOANZI INSANITY WILL BE TOLERATED IN POLAND !!!

READ THIS CLOSELY STINKING GERMAN WEHRMACHT MINISTER URSULA "VAN DER" LEYEN(link):

As you know Brussels(Belgium) is where order to slaughter 30 million Congolese came from...you know about genocidal Hollandish/outladish/hateful Dutch colonial politics and the rest with Italy, UK, Germany, France is a classic...nothing more than murderous history is where "European" union seats on(as you see one have nothing to do with word "European" and as champions of human extermination wouldn't want nothing more, but to exterminate Slavs from the face of the earth)....

Germans like(have disgusting habit) to get confused/forget where their place is in respect to human rights and often get strange Joseph Fritzl(pure German Hitler/Mengele alike DNA) alike ideas when it comes to nations which they have assaulted and enslaved(genocided) in the past....


REGARDING THE SO CALLED "MONEY" FROM "EUROPEAN" UNION FOR POLAND....PAY WHAT YOU OWE GERMANY !!! YOU NEED TO PAY FOR DESTRUCTION OF POLAND AND RUSSIA GERMANY !!! YOU OVER POLAND ALONE OVER TRILLION DOLLARS !!!

NEONAZISM/FASCISM(extermination even of white eastern Europeans) ARE NOT EUROPEAN...THEY ARE FOREMOST GERMAN PROBLEM !!! GERMAN IMPORTS OF THIRD WORLD(they first have America to bomb their countries and then invite them here with specific goal) WHICH IS USED TO SPREAD HATRED THROUGHOUT THE EUROPE AND EVEN USE FINANCIAL PENALTIES(what Brussels does) AGAINST NATIONS THAT DO NOT WANT TO SURRENDER THEIR NATIONAL INTEGRITY/IDENTITY IN HANDS OF AMEROGERMAN NEONAZISM UNDER HATE LAWS(called human rights), MUST BE EITHER REVERSED OR EUROPEAN UNION DISBANDED !!!




Brussels to tell Poland ‘obey – or we won’t pay’ in judiciary showdown

Poland, the EU budget’s largest net beneficiary, caused outrage in Brussels after passing legislation to give the ruling Law and Justice party effective control over judicial appointments and the supreme court.

The move, which the nation’s government claimed last month was a means of speeding up the legal process, was accused by international justice watchdog the Council of Europe as being a “grave threat” which “puts at serious risk the independence of all parts of the Polish judiciary”.

And the bloc responded by invoking Article 7 – allowing them to level sanctions on Poland and revoke their EU voting rights


Now the EU are believed to be considering holding back cash from the less economically developed member state.
Poland was allocated €80billion of cohesion funds in the EU’s current €1trillion budget.

But eurocrats reportedly see their next budget as a means of forcing their will on member states as they scramble to save money and force cohesion on the EU27 with expansive new projects in the wake of Brexit.

Under the scheme, Brussels will demand member states have a “functioning and independent judiciary” – in a direct challenge to Warsaw.


Günther Oettinger, the EU’s budget commissioner, said the bloc are considering either making compliance a direct condition of claiming cash back from Brussels, or introducing an “incentive scheme” in which more obedience to the rule “could be seen as a way of getting more resources”. 

Vera Jourova, the EU’s commissioner for justice, has been tasked with finding a way to assess a member state’s compliance, reiterating the the bloc might “insist that independent justice systems are necessary for the effective control of the use of EU funds”.

The EU’s bid to bully Poland into changing the very fabric of their government follows demands from Paris to withhold cash from any nations who act “contrary to European goals”.


Speaking at a high-level conference on the EU budget for 2020-26, Nathalie Loiseau, a French European Affairs Minister, said "conditionality of funds was not a dirty word". 

Mrs Loiseau said new budgets rules need to include "conditionality" provisions that would tie cohesion funding to member states’ adherence to minimum rule-of-law provisions.

She added this issue was the "elephant in the room" at every EU meeting.


Mrs Loiseau said: "It would be totally inappropriate for a Member State to receive EU funds for a goal and pursue other goals with national money."

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