France takes on the globalist tyrants of the EU

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NY Times

LE LUC, France — When the French put a draft Constitution for a newly enlarged European Union to a referendum in 2005, Pascal Verrelle voted passionately against it — hoping it would stop the European Union in its tracks. He rejoiced when the effort failed, yet was dismayed when the bloc kept gathering more members and powers, anyway.

At the time, Mr. Verrelle, a former soldier, was a prison director, but he eventually felt compelled to enter politics and joined the far-right National Front. When he was elected mayor of this small town in Provence eight months ago, the first thing he did was to take down the European Union flag from City Hall.

“In 2005, a majority voted against Europe, and we still find ourselves in Europe, by magic,” he said, “and I find it inadmissible.”

Today the European Union is wobbling under the weight of problems encouraged in part by that unchecked expansion — stagnant economies, the euro crisis, new pressures from Russia and deep strains over migration, especially from newer members in Central and Eastern Europe.

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One comment on “France takes on the globalist tyrants of the EU
  1. WAY TO GO FRANCE GET AS FAR AWAY OF THE GLOBALIST AS YOU CAN —THEY ARE NOTHING BUT TROUBLE, AS WE IN THE USA ARE FINDING OUT. WE AS INDIVIDUAL COUNTRIES AND CITIZENS CAN TAKE CARE OF OUR SELVES AND DON’T NEED THEM. WE KNOW WHAT WE WANT AND ARE LIVING IN THE COUNTRY THAT WE LOVE. AS FAR AS I’M CONCERNED THEY CAN ALL MOVE TO AN ISLAND ALL FOR THEMSELVES TO RULE EACH OTHER –ITS SEE HOW LONG THAT LAST!!!

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