This means war .... [ SATIRE ]http://www.dailysquib.co.uk/world/8497-juncker-wants-bring-back-junkers-stukas-eu-luftwaffe.htmlJuncker Wants to Bring Back Junkers Stukas For EU Luftwaffe
By Adolf Eichmann 26/06/2014
LUXEMBOURG – The incoming EU president, Jean-Claude Juncker, whose father fought in the Wehrmacht
in World War II, has vowed to bring back the Junkers Stuka planes into EU service once he is instated.
...Incoming EU president, Jean-Claude Juncker’s next move is the solidification of an EU army, air force and nav
y.“It is imperative that the Fourth Reich is unmatched in military power.
First port of call for the new EU president Jean-Claude Juncker will be to bring back the infamous Junkers Stuka planes into service for the newly formed EU Luftwaffe.
| - - - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Claude_JunckerJean-Claude Juncker
(Luxembourgish pronunciation: [ʒ̊ɑ̃ːkloːd ˈjʊŋ.kɐ]; born 9 December 1954) is a Luxembourgish politician.Since 2014, Juncker has been President of the European Commission, which is the European Union (EU) Executive Branch
. From 1995 to 2013, he was the 23rd Prime Minister of Luxembourg, and from 1989 to 2009, he was the Minister for Finances. By the time he left office, he was the longest-serving head of any national government in the EU,
one of the longest-serving democratically elected leaders in the world,
his tenure encompassing the height of the European financial and sovereign debt crisis. From 2005 to 2013, Juncker served as the first permanent President of the Eurogroup.
...In early November 2014, just days after becoming head of the commission, Juncker was hit by media disclosures—derived from a document leak known as LuxLeaks—that Luxembourg under his premiership had turned into a major European centre of corporate tax avoidance.
With the aid of the Luxembourg government, companies transferred tax liability for many billions of euros to Luxembourg, where the income was taxed at a fraction of 1%. Juncker, who in a speech in Brussels in July 2014 promised to "try to put some morality, some ethics, into the European tax landscape", was sharply criticized following the leaks. A subsequent motion of censure in the European parliament was brought against Juncker over his role in the tax avoidance schemes. The motion was defeated by a large majority.In 2017, leaked diplomatic cables show Juncker, as Luxembourg’s prime minister from 1995 until the end of 2013, blocked EU efforts to fight tax avoidance by multinational corporations
. Luxembourg agreed to multinational businesses on an individualised deal basis, often at an effective rate of less than 1%.
| - - - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/eu/10967125/How-Nazi-slurs-and-Tory-euroscepticism-turned-Jean-Claude-Juncker-against-Britain.htmlHow Nazi slurs and Tory euroscepticism turned Jean-Claude Juncker against Britain
Jean-Claude Juncker, expected to formally become European Commission president today, is a pragmatic and ruthless politician with a strong motive to dislike Britain
By Bruno Waterfield, Strasbourg
8:00AM BST 15 Jul 2014
Jean-Claude Juncker is a wily and formidable operator with a strong motive to resent Britain that is rooted in David Cameron’s campaign to stop him taking the European Union’s most powerful job.
His methods, combined with Luxembourg's sometimes sinister political culture, have rung alarm bells.
Until last year, Mr Juncker dominated politics in Luxembourg for a generation, serving as prime minister for 19 years and running the Grand Duchy as a fiefdom.
His regime, mirroring his own tendency to be secretive, had a dark side in the form of the Luxembourg’s sinister security services, the SREL, which holds a file on almost every resident.
He resigned last year after a bizarre scandal involving telephone tapping by Luxembourg’s intelligence service, including a conversation between him and his spy chief that was taped on a recorder disguised as a wristwatch.
There have been other revelations. Roger Mandé served as Mr Juncker’s personal chauffeur for over a decade but wanted a more glamorous career than the humdrum life of a professional driver. In 2006, Mr Mandé became a spy, joining the secret service after a personal intervention from Mr Juncker.
Many in Brussels are concerned that Mr Juncker will bring Luxembourg’s political culture with him when he comes to the commission.
This is a concern because in March 1999 under the leadership of Jacques Santer, its last Luxembourger president, the commission collapsed in ignominy amid scandals over endemic corruption and nepotism.“It is fair to say people are nervous," said an EU official.