Sarko Tells Cammo to Back Off
BRUSSELS - Belgium - In a remarkable war of words that had EU technocrats bracing for trouble, French prime minister, Nicolas Sarkozy, reduced the British PM, Cameron, to tears after telling him to back away from denigrating the euro and even tried to bar him from important EU meetings.
Sarkozy stood on a chair and was able to look David Cameron in the eye as he pointed his fingers at him telling him to back off.
Cameron was surprised by the vicious assault by the miniature EU despot, who has fallen under the fascist spell of the EU so much.
"I've never seen Cameron scared before, but it seems the French midget has got more balls than him. Cameron was later seen crying in a corner, as an attendant brought a glass of French sparkling water to him. My guess is, he needed a cognac more than a glass of tepid sparkling water. Poor bastard," an EU observer at the meeting recalled.
With the EU dangerously close to collapse, the fascistic dream of a Fourth Reich could be over unless the unelected eurocrats come up with another plan to bring the fasci rods even closer than they already are.
The architect of the EU Jean Monnet said: "Europe’s nations should be guided towards the super-state without their people understanding what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation."
It seems that his words are slowly ringing true as the people are excluded from any votes or say in the matter of the EU constitution or laws.
"We, the unelected eurocrats and technicians know best. Please, sit back, surf your Facebook pages and watch your X Fuctor, Come Dancing programs. Do not bother your dumbed down fucktard minds about such trivialities as totalitarian states taking away all of your rights or cleansing re-education camps coming soon in the near future," a faceless EU politician told France's Le Figaro newspaper.