Ein Reich, ein Volk, ein Ticket!!

While Germany is in the midst of Retrenching Greece from Euroland, an opposition to its EU domination erupted in an unexpected quarter. Poland, though still thriving on Zlotys thankfully outside  true blue Euroland, has been an enthusiastic cheerleader alongside the Baltic republics of US/NATO led sanctions against Russia and its militaristic ratcheting. In 2012, German chancellor, Merkel, had said in the wake the on ongoing economic crisis that the lessons of past years tell that   the answer lies in having more European Union and not less. However, overtime other members of EU have come to see that having more EU means having more Germany. Earlier this week European Parliament, the future heart of EU, saw a German led motion for integrated ticketing to travel across Europe. One man, Janusz Korwin-Mikke -leader of the Coalition of Polish Republic’s Renewal Freedom and Hope party, was not amused. He put it simply: EU parliament bloviates endlessly about protecting and nurturing the European Diversity, but the actions are invariably directed at unification of anything and everything in site. He caught his sentiment deftly in the phrase “Ein Reich, ein Volk, ein Ticket” in a play of words on the Nazi Germany’s infamous sloganEin Volk, ein Reich, ein Fuehrer“.
Polish Government has of course offered its profuse apology for her national’s telling the truth as it is to the face.

“We all are ashamed of such behaviour and we apologize to Europe, the European parliament, sorry [also] to the voters,” Grzegorz Schetyna said in a statement on TVN24.

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