Slovenia PM Jansa: EU must let Hungary’s Orban voice ideas on its future, says bloc will continue to shrink if some are excluded from the debate.
We believe Jansa is solid in many areas, especially when he upsets one of the Soros boys, Frans Timmermans, who refused to appear in a group photo with Jansa. Frans is another Dutch leftist that’s a little sensitive for a reason. He becomes unglued when he or his special allies (including EU media activists) are challenged.
Timmermans was offended after Jansa questioned the neutrality of Slovenian judges by showing a picture of them in an informal group photo with other pro-migration, leftist lawmakers.
Jansa backed the Hungarian prime minister over the LGBT law at the summit, diplomats said.
“I think that he has the right to explain how he envisages the future of the European Union. If the debate on the future of the European Union excludes people in advance, then I think that the European Union will indeed continue to shrink,” he said.
He said differences between EU countries due to their different traditions and cultures must be respected.
So if you now judge a person based on imaginary European values which everyone perceives differently, and dual standards are used, then I think that this is the fastest road to collapse,” Jansa said.
Jansa is spot-on with the “imaginary EU values” and “dual standards”.
Hopefully, Jansa’s party quickly follows Orban out of the EPP group, which is increasingly drifting towards the left and EU federalism.