Friday, 23 October 2015

Juncker the maudlin drunker slurs "I love you, I do; you're my besh may'h.."

One of the EU's senior unelected officials, a Herr Juncker, in a speech to other more junior unelected EU officials spoke of his regret that the Euro bloc's sclerotic and feeble economies were failing to compete against a vibrant and growing global economy. Herr Juncker expressed a number of maudlin and saccharine sentiments of the kind one would expect from an unelected official from a very small and insignificant nation who has tasted what it's like to be an elected leader from a large and substantial nation. 

In a speech of cloying self-pity as he saw his chances of the world accepting him as the leader of a new nation he calls 'Europe' disappear he blamed his failure on the real Europe's sovereign nations for not surrendering enough of their sovereignty to his cohort of unelected bureaucrats. Of the EU he said "I love you, I do; you're my besh may'h.."

Mr Juncker likes to drink grape brandy for breakfast.

11 comments:

Flaxen Saxon said...

Nothing stronger than porter with breakfast and wine with lunch. Brandy on the afternoon and whiskey after dinner. Anything else befuddles the wits and promotes grievous distemper which interferes with the afternoon nap.

Demetrius said...

Armagnac?

Anonymous said...

"Nothing stronger than porter with breakfast and wine with lunch. Brandy on the afternoon and whiskey after dinner. Anything else befuddles the wits and promotes grievous distemper which interferes with the afternoon nap."

Saxon?

Beer for me but never at breakfast and Irish nectar for later in the day.

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Ah, when the wines is in, the wit is out and oft is, will the truth out: when one is in one's cups!

On Juncker, what with the Schengen area breaking up and economic calamity just around the corner in the form of the EZ falling apart - all of that would turn one to dipsomania. Infamy! and funny is it not that the great 'democratic' lump that is the Strasbourg parliament - voted en mass for this docile little twerp - Ruritanian grandeur all round methinks and so befitting of this useless fat little fuck - he should enrobe himself in a purple cloak...he won't get many more opportunities as we observe this fast becoming - defunct not so bloody great grand projet.

Anonymous said...

From The Telegraph:
With an ageing population, Europe’s share of the world’s population has fallen from 20 per cent a century ago to seven per cent now, and could be just four per cent by the end of this century when the world reaches ten billion people. “We are demographically weakened, and will remain so,” added Mr Juncker, the former Prime Minister of Luxembourg.

So that is why they want open borders. I'm sure the people of 'Europe' would rather have a decent, safe place to live rather than housing 2 billion of the world's poor and violent, just so Junkers and his kind can look big when 'Europe' gets its seat at the UN.

Ed P said...

Herr Drunker is a comedy figure already.

Sit back and enjoy the show - Schadenfreude all the way!

Cuffleyburgers said...

In an odd way Junker the drunker is almost sympathetic, certainly less sinister than the loathsome Maoist creep who preceeded him, Barroso.

Once in his cups, so anytime after breakfast he has an endearing habit of telling the truth such as the famous "when things get serious you have to lie" - which everybody knows is what happens and it is nice for a change not to be taken for an idiot.

Obviously he is also an unelected jumped up popinjay, but as UJUPs go he could be worse.

I suspect the people who put him there are regretting it, makes it all the more enjoyable. And it is beginning to look as if by the end of his term, the EU projet will be holed below the waterline.

I'll drink to that.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said @ 11:16

'From The Telegraph:

With an ageing population, Europe’s share of the world’s population has fallen from 20 per cent a century ago to seven per cent now, and could be just four per cent by the end of this century when the world reaches ten billion people. “We are demographically weakened, and will remain so,” added Mr Juncker, the former Prime Minister of Luxembourg.'

Any half decent technologist will tell there won't be any need for large populations by mid-century. Automation is reaching areas of the workplace hitherto unheard of, such as agriculture and mining - two sectors normally associated with high levels of human labour. When the mechanical is able to be steered by artificial intelligence you have a intelligent machine most suited to unskilled and semi-skilled work - and for most purposes abstract thought, normally associated with higher end humans, is not only not necessary it is undesirable for the job at hand.

What Junker is after is a very different sort of robot: a dehumanized head nodder of indeterminate origin, or taxpayer for short. Junker is just too dim for any futher comment about what he says.

Steve

Budgie said...

You may laugh at Druncker, left floundering by events (dear boy), but with the UK's continued self inflicted loss of manufacturing jobs to the BRICS (maybe not Russia) and to the USA, our GDP principally consists of taking in each others washing.

We must crash soonish: electricity costs twice that of our competitors and politicians who have never had to build anything in their lives. Electricity supply only 1.2% over predicted needs for this winter, apart from a few polluting diesel sets, adds to the merry recipe.

Cameron will get the blame of course, despite the ground rules (Climate Change Act 2008) being laid by Labour, if it all goes pear shaped. I would hope we can scrape by, and the near miss frighten the Tories enough for them to adopt UKIP's energy policy. But it is going to be a narrow escape, for us and for Dave. And if we don't then Druncker and co will have the last laugh.

Cascadian said...

Budgie, the camoron is building a third world economy for third world inhabitants, you don't need much electricity for that.
Juncker and his pals are doing the same, most European cities are beginning to look like Mogadishu-shit, garbage and graffiti everywhere.
Our idiot politicians believe we have too much and want to reduce our living standards, I now include Canada in that statement, plenty of morons here elected a PM with less ability than the camoron or obambi.

Anonymous said...

Budgie, the camoron is building a third world economy for third world inhabitants, you don't need much electricity for that.
Juncker and his pals are doing the same, most European cities are beginning to look like Mogadishu-shit, garbage and graffiti everywhere.
Our idiot politicians believe we have too much and want to reduce our living standards, I now include Canada in that statement, plenty of morons here elected a PM with less ability than the camoron or obambi.//


Indeed and couldn't be more correct - well said.

James Higham said...

Noose is tightening on that lot.