EU approves €50B Ukraine aid as Viktor Orbán folds

ER Editor: We have zero clue as to what is REALLY happening here and why Orban allegedly caved. We are MEANT to believe that a cool 50 billion of taxpayer monies are going to Ukraine as farmers suffer, that must be stressed.

OK, so they want us to believe that —

  • Orban, the veteran, stalwart defender of his country over decades and especially against Communism, just ‘caved’ after being the biggest critical voice against these people for MONTHS ON END
  • Blackmail (also here) was perhaps involved
  • EU leaders, some of whom may no longer be around (see Real Raw News for why this view may be perfectly plausible), want to keep funnelling large sums of taxpayer money – OUR money – to the bankrupt deep state in Ukraine
  • Those nasty EU dictators are hurting the farmers, who are protesting right outside the windows
  • And this latest Politico report wants us NOW to believe that it wasn’t blackmail at all but a charm offensive by Giorgia Meloni (!!) and Macron (!!!! check him out with ‘wife’ Jean-Michel in Sweden recently) that won Orban over. Permit us to choke on our cornflakes
  • Notice the photos put out of Orban (featured image)

And pictures for plausibility —

Theatre, folks, theatre.

The truther community has been well advised to ‘observe, don’t absorb’. Great advice.

Icing on the cake —



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2 Comments on EU approves €50B Ukraine aid as Viktor Orbán folds

  1. Bruxelles lance une nouvelle procédure contre la Hongrie

    Cette nouvelle procédure contre la Hongrie est déconnectée de celle de 2022, au titre du mécanisme de conditionnalité, un instrument adopté en 2020 qui sanctionne les Etats membres pour les atteintes à l’Etat de droit qui ont un impact sur le budget européen. « L’activation du mécanisme doit établir un lien avec le budget », rappelle la même source.

    Bruxelles lance une nouvelle procédure contre la Hongrie

    La Commission, gardienne des traités, attaque l’autorité hongroise de surveillance des interférences étrangères. Les ONG la dénoncent comme liberticide. Bruxelles retient toujours 21 milliards d’euros de fonds européens en faveur de la Hongrie.
    La Commission a certes débloqué mi-décembre quelque 10 milliards d’euros en faveur de la Hongrie , suite à l’adoption de mesures correctives que Bruxelles a jugé satisfaisantes. Mais quelque 21 milliards de fonds européens auxquels pourrait prétendre Budapest demeurent gelés par l’UE dans le cadre de différentes procédures de sauvegarde de l’Etat de droit.

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