EU Top Jobs and the New Head of NATO – the Clown Show Continues


ER Editor: This alleged story puts corruption at the heart of the three unelected (by the population) EU top jobs.

Few need to be reminded of (1) von der Leyen’s Pfizergate deal, the contractual details of which still haven’t been revealed to the public but legal cases are pending. Former socialist PM of Portugal, (2) Antonio Costa, submitted his own resignation last fall because of a corruption investigation. Here’s a reminder of Antonio Costa’s predicament from November of last year. Almost the same group of journalists were telling us then that Costa was thus ineligible for one of the top EU jobs. Now they’ve reversed that. What’s really going on? —

Portugal in political crisis after PM António Costa resigns

António Costa’s downfall makes another Socialist ineligible for a top EU job

Kaja Kallas (3), a WEF-er and Young Global Leader, is an odd case. We had reported about how she was voluntarily quitting her job exactly 2 years ago. See —

Estonian PM and WEF Member Resigns

Did she quit her office? We’re not sure. What actually happened to her? In February of this year, she was mentioned in various reports as being on Russia’s wanted list, a list that apparently has a lot of EU people on it. Titles of reports on this tend to trivialize the topic (certain wanted people removed Russian monuments, for example), but we wonder what these reports really signify about the criminality of these people. See —

Russia puts Baltic officials on wanted list as Estonia warns of war plans

A reminder that Francois Hollande was the subject of a Russian arrest warrant earlier this year —

An international arrest warrant issued by Russia against François Hollande

In fact, both Merkel and Hollande are deemed criminals by Russia —

Russia calls for Angela Merkel and François Hollande to be put on trial

Given Merkel‘s and Hollande’s weird public admission of not negotiating the Minsk Accords around 2014 in good faith, done to give Ukraine time to re-arm against Russia, we wonder if Kaja Kallas has some similarly serious skeletons in her closet.

In France, we have a Francois Hollande who occasionally makes an appearance in French media, but it’s clearly not him. His face is too broad and fat, his expression a little theatrically severe.

Are these 3 people’s names simply being used for effect, to tell the normie European public that it’s all a stitch-up of corruption?


Further to the EU clown show, here’s another improbable recent story involving Mark Rutte, former globalist, WEF PM of the Netherlands getting appointed to head NATO. Give us a break – he’s probably not around either. From RT —

NATO confirms new chief – Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has called Russia an “adversary” and vowed to continue supporting Ukraine

And if you think us crazy, remember what we discovered – finally – about Charles Michel —

EU Council President Charles Michel features in a White Hat tribunal report



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