EU President to 'America': 'Appreciate Your Allies, You Don't Have That Many'

Nick Kangadis | July 10, 2018
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The Globalists, Socialists and Communists that comprise the majority of the European Union (EU) really don’t like U.S. President Donald Trump, and they’re apparently not afraid of addressing him about their dislike publicly.

Well, just not to his face.

EU President Donald Tusk made a veiled threat to Trump and the U.S. at the North Atlantic Trade Organization’s (NATO) summit in Brussels on Tuesday. Tusk said his comments were a result of Trump’s assertion that Europe has given “insufficient contributions to the common defense capabilities” and “for living off the U.S.”

Perhaps Tusk’s most inflammatory remark came when he took a jab at Trump in the form of a suggestion to “America."

“Dear America, appreciate your allies,” Tusk said. “After all, you don’t have that many.”

Sure, because the EU is so popular that the British people voted to leave it, Italy voted in a new prime minister that is directly opposed to the EU’s mission and Poland simply doesn’t care what the EU thinks or puts forth in terms of both policy and narrative.

Here’s video of Tusk’s comments:


Anyone else notice how he compared Europe’s defense spending to Russia and China? Tusk is comparing an amalgam of countries to individual countries, as if Europe has no individual countries. If that isn’t an indicator that the EU is more about having no borders and becoming one solid country, I don’t know what is.

It’s a wonder why any leader — or body of government — from any country with a lick of sense would listen to anything anyone from EU or the United Nations (UN) has to say. If you’ve ever listened to a European Parliament session, you’d think most of the people gladly participating in EU activities were out of their mind.

The EU — as well as the UN — are antiquated systems of Socialism and Communism that push their agendas down everyone’s throat, despite the pleas of the people. It’s time to disconnect from such nefarious organizations.