Tag: European Commission
Gaming the rules to entrench power that doesn’t have the will of the people is a recipe for revolution that ends very badly for those doing it.
The treaties are untouchable, precisely because Germany believes that to loosen its hold over the monetary system will be to open Pandora’s Box to the ghosts of inflation and social instability rising, to haunt us anew, Alastair Crooke writes.
The debacle over top jobs in the European institutions has drawn the wrath of the Eurosceptic press in the UK, unsurprisingly. The editor of the Daily Telegraph predictably uses the process itself to scorn the EU as “corrupt” but somewhat misses the point.
As early as March 2018 the European Commission wants the Council of Ministers to sign the Global Compact on Migration which governs development co-operation for the entire EU.