The pin-up boy of grandmothers the world over has thrown his hands up in the air.
To the chagrin of his globalists puppet meisters Monsieur Macaroon stated in an interview with Andrew Marr that the French people if given an ‘in/out’ referendum on membership of the EU would vote ‘out’.
He added “my interpretation is that a lot of the losers of globalisation suddenly decided it was no more for them.”
He further claimed “My understanding is that middle classes and working classes and the oldest decided that the recent decades were not in their favor, and the adjustments made by the EU were not in their favour.”
“I think the organization of EU went too far with freedom without cohesion, free markets without rules.”
Confession is good for the soul. What is perhaps strange is that he even spoke so candidly. Has he seen the light? Or is he throwing the towel in, without a fight, in the true French tradition. A typically haughty shrug of the shoulders….’merde’ .
Frances greatest general old Boney, must be spinning in his grave, not that he would have approved of the EU, having to share ownership with the neighbouring Bratwurst devourers.
Looks like Monsieur Macaroon is a biscuit short of a packet. His heyday in the sunshine appears limited. Unless he gets back on point his masters may decide to remove him.
This unsanctioned outburst should in theory be good news for the UK in its negotiations to leave. The hunchback should use this crack in EU unity to drive a pneumatic hammer drill through it. In politics, weakness is an opportunity not to be missed. Add to the mix Germany still has not formed a government then the time is ripe to exploit. Norway, last week warned the EU that any special Brexit deal could result in it reneging on its own agreements with Brussels.
However, in practice with Mavis May at the helm, any triumph can be turned into a failure. Unfortunately, with her past and current record she will still likely cave in to all their demands in the process, managing to fulfil her credentials as the ultimate remainer in a leaver’s role.
Looks like with the cracks in EU government leaders unity becoming more apparant, a hard Brexit or no Brexit maybe the only two choices remaining at the end of the road. We all know that the elites want the latter and may push further to achieve this, lest the UK’s exit bring the whole rotten edifice down.
Nominated by Mike Oxard.