Italy’s Matteo Salvini calls EU Commissioner Vera Jourová’s criticism regarding his remarks on Roma as ‘nonsense again from Brussels”.
At least Salvini associated Jourová with Brussels and not the Czech Republic. While she is an embarrassment, most Czechs understand and can relate to Salvini’s thought process.
* Jourová, who is not very deep, remarked in Brussels on Friday that she has “concern” that some people in Italy are “playing with fire” in terms of hate speech against Roma.
Jourová, an ally of multicult radical and EU federalist Guy Verhofstadt, is a perfect example of an EU opportunist feeding off the system while trying to lecture countries like Poland, Hungary and Italy about “EU values”.
But what type of values does Jourova believe in? Pictured below with “Soros and Son”, she tweeted months ago that “open society values are at the heart of EU action”.
** Salvini said comments made about hate speech against Roma by Jourová were “nonsense.”
“Why doesn’t the lady come and visit a Roma camp in Rome or Milan and see the weapons, the illegality, the exploited children and the stolen goods?” Salvini said in Rome, adding that “then she might wake up and change her mind. I want rules and order.”
Actually, Jourová does not have to visit Italy to see the problems associated with the Roma community. She is from the Czech Republic, where the problems associated with the Roma community are well-known. Even Jourová knows this, but obviously her thoughts and politically correct slogans are now controlled by Brussels.
However, her president – Milos Zeman – does not have such constraints on his speech. ?