Was the EU-election approval for more champagne to Herr Juncker?

In politics on May 27, 2019 at 05:32

The EU-election is over. The parties who took in climate as a booster for their cause during the election moved forward. They now have 5 years to prove that the climate was more than a slogan. I hope the voters will hold them accountable when the next election will take place.

The EU-election was also a result of Brexit. The extremely harsh treatment of United Kingdom has sent a message of terror to all the citizens in Europe who wanted to live just good enough to provide for their family. We Danes have realized that there is no future for a Dexit. Denmark has to continue to struggle inside the European Union because it is too expensive and difficult to leave.

It does not mean that we like our membership just one bit. The alternative to membership is just not there.

But what about the arrogant Herr Juncker? A person who for too many years have made his drunken behavior destroy the values ordinary Danes live by.

We have lost our early retirement. In a Denmark where people in some parts like Sydhavnen in Copenhagen have an average lifespan of 59 years, early retirement at age 60 was hardly a poor deal for Denmark but it has been cancelled. The new generations will have to work until they are 80 years of age.

We just want to live like Danes where we used to gather around a table at the local bar to sort out troubles in daily life over a beer or two. Many young Danes learn from early age to settle for less. Ambitions leads to frustration and in some cases crime. The streets of Copenhagen and other urban cities are ruled by youth gangs who shoot at each other sometime hitting innocent people. Foreign embassies warn against tourists walking the same streets.

Youth gangs show that some of the young people get unrealistic life-dreams. When they realize that hard work in school brings them nothing until they have rich parents such as it is in Denmark, they enter the streets and become members of youth gangs.

20 percent of Danish youth only gets 9 years of schooling. That brings them in direct competition with people with university degrees from Romania who has come to Denmark doing the one type of work they are qualified to do when you compare our education system – collecting empty bottles they sell for recycling.

So for 20 percent of our population life is as hard as if they were living in the worst part of this planet. Their harsh life is harder compared to whatever place you can point to. For them Europe does not matter because Europe during the reign of Herr Juncker has been a plus for the large firms who choose countries where they do not have to pay taxes like Ireland. It has been a plus for dangerous truck drivers coming from the eastern part of Europe where they drive for only half the salary a Danish truck driver want. Truck drivers who drives on the edge of rules, too fast and as the Swedish police has shown – often drunk or on drugs which can keep the wake during the drive. It will be a plus for the countries who will not check the firms if they uphold the GDPR rules. It is a plus for the huge media firms who lobbied for the most strictest copy-right legislation in the world while the big media companies film in Canada instead of in the United States because they can do it there with tax-discount.

Herr Juncker has rewarded the rich and his tons of diplomats. The price has been paid by the average population in Europe.

This is something which the election missed. A Yes to continue to struggle against the harsh terms a EU membership include which barely is much better than having been to war for 60 years should normally not be a Yes to the present course where rich people are rewarded and the poor people forgotten.

I hope that the climate will be boosted by putting a tax of 15 euros on each airline ticket sold in every airport inside the European Union. I hope that the income this tax bring in will be used on lowering prices on public transport and establish new train-routes so normal people can come cheaper to school or work.

I hope that the European Union will set the percentage firms will have to pay in taxes equal for all countries so big firms cannot move their departments around among the countries to save money on taxes.

I hope that the European Union will approach countries in the northern part of Africa and demand that we put forces in to control and train their soldiers to protect their border to the south unless they simply will risk being invaded so we can get the immigration crisis under control. Poor people from Africa and the Middle East should not down in the ocean. They should be stopped in the desert and by government forces and not local wannabee ISIS troops who recruits some of the immigration and ask them to be sleeper agents in Europe before smuggling them into Europe.

I hope that the European Union will increase transport costs for goods from the outside by putting taxes on them so it will be cheaper to produce the goods here instead of across the globe. It would better for the environment and create jobs for the poor.

I have a lot of hopes but it requires that someone will challenge Herr Juncker. Otherwise people across Europe will suffer for 5 more years.

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