For those who don’t speak Italian (like me), a rough translation of a video (below) showing the historic meeting between Nicola Sturgeon and Jean Claude Juncker today is…
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COMMENTATOR’S VOICE OVER
Trailing the biggest budget deficit in the EU behind her, Scotland’s SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon met with Il Presidente Jean Claude Juncker in his headquarters today.
After dismissing the right of parliaments in Germany and Austria to have a say on CETA, Il Presidente showed he was a man of whimsical charm by receiving Sturgeon with full honours, and declaring he was ready to listen carefully to what she had to say about her plans to break up the UK and make Scotland a part of Il Presidente’s Thousand Year Reich.
Il Presidente’s warm greeting will be a huge propaganda coup for Sturgeon, hard pressed in her home country, to explain why she is so determined to drag Scotland into a failing euro and totalitarian EU superstate.
LOUDER TRIUMPHANT MARTIAL MUSIC
The two leaders talked amiably about the obstacle that Scotland’s gigantic debt posed to closer relations with the already deeply indebted eurozone. Il Presidente note that Brussels would have to send billions of euros to Edinburgh every year to plug the growing budget gap.
“That’s nearly 3,000 pounds per person, ” he quipped. “I could pay for an EU army of six million for that.”
But Juncker expressed optimism that he could help her to find a way to break the UK into parts and make Scotland a part of the European Union by reclassifying Scotland as a holiday resort of Brussels officials.
He said he had asked his legal experts to make it a priority to find a technical loophole in administrative treaties to allow Scotland to be brought into the European Union and eurozone without a referendum.
TRIUMPHANT MARTIAL MUSIC REACHES A CRESCENDO
Il Presidente dismissed the opposition of Spain, France, Germany, Denmark and a host of other countries to Scotland joining the EU as “slapstick”, adding national parliaments did not have to agree to technical changes to the status of Scotland because it was a purely European affair and, therefore, the jurisdiction of Il Presidente.
The two leaders inspected a former EU office, which had been blown apart by discontented Germans, before having lunch together in a hugely successful meeting of the two leaders.”