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Check out the V4 Report’s editorial published at euronews.com

Check out the V4 Report’s editorial published at euronews.com

Check out the V4 Report's editorial published at euronews.com https://www.facebook.com/V4Report/posts/375807646166142 ...
Libya: Check out the Visegrad Four Report’s interview with internationally syndicated host Neil Haley.  Visegrad Four Report

Libya: Check out the Visegrad Four Report’s interview with internationally syndicated host Neil Haley. Visegrad Four Report

Libya: Check out the Visegrad Four Report’s interview with internationally syndicated host Neil Haley @Totaltutor. Here is the link: I talked about my latest blog regarding the situation in Libya and how the Open-border in Italy and NGO vessels lured the migrants there. ...
Life inside the EU Core and Belgium:  Welcome to the Hell Hole called Brussels.

Life inside the EU Core and Belgium: Welcome to the Hell Hole called Brussels.

Life inside the EU Core and Belgium: Welcome to the Hell Hole called Brussels. The home of Guy Verhofstadt (a former PM), the EU Federalist and leader of the liberal ALDE Group in Brussels, who apparently wants to export his “NoGoZones” to Visegrad and others in C ...
Norway: An interview with Sylvi Listhaug, Norway’s Minister for Immigration & Integration.

Norway: An interview with Sylvi Listhaug, Norway’s Minister for Immigration & Integration.

Norway: An interview with Sylvi Listhaug, Norway’s Minister for Immigration & Integration. We posted about her months ago and we continue to be impressed with her courage and common sense. - Interview conducted by Fraser Nelson at the Spectator. ** We would not ...
“Polish Steel”.  Thank you Premier Beata Szydlo.  You will be missed.

“Polish Steel”. Thank you Premier Beata Szydlo. You will be missed.

“Polish Steel”. Thank you Premier Beata Szydlo. You will be missed. The V4 Report would like to use this occasion to salute Premier Beata Szydlo for the honorable and courageous leadership she provided Poland with over the last two years. Beata was a strong, hones ...
Poland: Incoming PM Mateusz Morawiecki says Poland will not bow to ‘nasty threats’ from Brussels

Poland: Incoming PM Mateusz Morawiecki says Poland will not bow to ‘nasty threats’ from Brussels

* Poland: Incoming PM Mateusz Morawiecki says Poland will not bow to ‘nasty threats’ from Brussels. He also wants to re-Christianize the EU and is in no hurry to adopt the euro. - Mateusz Morawiecki gave his first interview since being nominated as Beata Szydło’s re ...
Austria’s new conservative ruling coalition is likely to be sworn in on Dec. 20, marking a victory for conservatives

Austria’s new conservative ruling coalition is likely to be sworn in on Dec. 20, marking a victory for conservatives

News from the Three Seas Region: Austria's new conservative ruling coalition is likely to be sworn in on Dec. 20, marking a victory for conservatives at odds with the migration agenda of Brussels. Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz (OVP) has been in coalition talks wi ...
Czech Republic:  “We don’t want any refugees.”

Czech Republic: “We don’t want any refugees.”

* Czech Republic: “We don’t want any refugees.” The designated Prime Minister Andrej Babiš said that the European Union should back off from their threat to take the country to court over their refusal to accept migrants from Greece and Italy. “The Commission c ...
Ireland:  Amnesty International ordered to return a large donation from George Soros and Open Society Foundation.

Ireland: Amnesty International ordered to return a large donation from George Soros and Open Society Foundation.

* Ireland: Amnesty International ordered to return a large donation from George Soros and Open Society Foundation. According to The Irish Times, the far-left Amnesty International (AI) has said it will not obey an instruction by the State’s ethics watchdog to return ...
Three Seas news:  Political tensions in Slovenia mount over case of Syrian migrant

Three Seas news: Political tensions in Slovenia mount over case of Syrian migrant

Three Seas news: Political tensions in Slovenia mount over case of Syrian migrant, who was ordered back to Croatia. The Middle East Eye (interesting name) reported that the prime minister of Slovenia, Miro Cerar, one of the few liberal leaders in central and eastern ...
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* Cracks at the so-called “EU Core” as France 🇫🇷 and Germany 🇩🇪 bicker over future of the EU Project. Emmanuel Macron wants a class of “transnational MEPs”.

Macron (Captain EU) was once considered the “new hope” for naive EU fanatics and the liberal media. We see they are quite desperate for a hero these days. However, Macron does not command respect and is not a natural leader. Macron has already faced opposition from across Europe after spending months trying to gather support for his vision for the EU’s future.

We would be satisfied if Macron would just clean-up the mess on the highways of Calais, where young migrants erect “barricades” to put drivers at risk. Barricades? Who tolerates this nonsense?

- According to Express in the linked article below, France’s ambitious president Emmanuel Macron, along with Italy and Spain, wants to see more pan-European policies that would allow financial transfers between countries which he believes would better prepare the eurozone for future crises.

Macron’s plans are supported by Martin Schulz, the leader of Germany’s Social Democrats (SPD), who wants more investment in the eurozone and has even called for a United States of Europe to bring the bloc closer together.

The team of Macron, Gentiloni and Schulz? What a powerhouse.

- Meanwhile Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party, along with the Netherlands, Austria, Finland and a number of Baltic countries, want to see more fiscal discipline and stricter financial controls.

According to Express, there is a growing wariness from Germany and its allies that Macron’s bid for further eurozone integration could be used as a source of cheap financial aid by poorer eurozone members.

The French president wants to create a “class of transnational MEPs” and is also keen to introduce a common budget for the Eurozone, complete with its own finance minister.

Mark Rutte, the Dutch prime minister, has already declared a “federal Europe” is not the answer to the EU’s problems in a direct challenge to Macron’s plan to pull the bloc closer together.

Speaking in Amsterdam, Mr Rutte said: “The EU needs to solve problems that we – as individual member states – cannot solve alone. A federal Europe is not the answer to those problems, and neither is a politics based on symbolism.”

“Integration for integration’s sake will only harm public support for the European Union. So before we develop new policy, before we set up new agencies, before we think up new rules and regulations, we need to ask ourselves: what problem does this truly solve?”

** It looks like the honeymoon is over. We do not think Macron will last long in France. In all reality, he was a fluke to begin with. If it was not for the financial scandal that ruined Francois Fillon, we highly doubt Macron would have reached the final round.

www.express.co.uk/news/politics/891660/euro-the-eurozone-crisis-eu-economy-germany-angela-merkel-...
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* Cracks at the so-called “EU Core” as France 🇫🇷 and Germany 🇩🇪 bicker over future of the EU Project.  Emmanuel Macron wants a class of “transnational MEPs”.

Macron (Captain EU) was once considered the “new hope” for naive EU fanatics and the liberal media.  We see they are quite desperate for a hero these days.  However, Macron does not command respect and is not a natural leader. Macron has already faced opposition from across Europe after spending months trying to gather support for his vision for the EU’s future.

We would be satisfied if Macron would just clean-up the mess on the highways of Calais, where young migrants erect “barricades” to put drivers at risk.  Barricades?  Who tolerates this nonsense?

- According to Express in the linked article below, France’s ambitious president Emmanuel Macron, along with Italy and Spain, wants to see more pan-European policies that would allow financial transfers between countries which he believes would better prepare the eurozone for future crises.

Macron’s plans are supported by Martin Schulz, the leader of Germany’s Social Democrats (SPD), who wants more investment in the eurozone and has even called for a United States of Europe to bring the bloc closer together.

The team of Macron, Gentiloni and Schulz?  What a powerhouse.  

- Meanwhile Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party, along with the Netherlands, Austria, Finland and a number of Baltic countries, want to see more fiscal discipline and stricter financial controls.

According to Express, there is a growing wariness from Germany and its allies that Macron’s bid for further eurozone integration could be used as a source of cheap financial aid by poorer eurozone members.

The French president wants to create a “class of transnational MEPs” and is also keen to introduce a common budget for the Eurozone, complete with its own finance minister.

Mark Rutte, the Dutch prime minister, has already declared a “federal Europe” is not the answer to the EU’s problems in a direct challenge to Macron’s plan to pull the bloc closer together.

Speaking in Amsterdam, Mr Rutte said: “The EU needs to solve problems that we – as individual member states – cannot solve alone. A federal Europe is not the answer to those problems, and neither is a politics based on symbolism.”

“Integration for integration’s sake will only harm public support for the European Union. So before we develop new policy, before we set up new agencies, before we think up new rules and regulations, we need to ask ourselves: what problem does this truly solve?”

** It looks like the honeymoon is over.  We do not think Macron will last long in France. In all reality, he was a fluke to begin with.  If it was not for the financial scandal that ruined Francois Fillon, we highly doubt Macron would have reached the final round.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/891660/euro-the-eurozone-crisis-eu-economy-germany-angela-merkel-france-Emmanuel-macron/amp?__twitter_impression=true
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