For Europe, Against the EU
After five years of Euro chaos, our leaders are still carrying out firefighting exercises rather than coming up with long-term solutions.
ESSAY: Today’s radical anti-Merkel lobby echoes Margaret Thatcher, who also wanted to use Euro structures to neuter wicked Germany.
The Greek election wasn’t a clash of visions but a competition between alternative forms of responsibility avoidance.
Ignore the hype and nonsense about Ukrainian fascists and Polish crazies – there’s a footie tournament on.
As the Euro crisis intensifies, it’s becoming clear that both Europhiles and Eurosceptics are driven by the same responsibility-shirking instinct.
Must-reads from the past week
The EU elites’ fear of an imminent Fourth Reich reveals a great deal about their loathing of the European mob.
Anyone who really wants to tackle the anti-democratic EU must first distance himself from the new clique of infantile Brussels-bashers.
The left-wing groups making electoral gains in Europe are driven by a desire to avoid reality rather than a determination to create a new one.
The EU is usually the first to moralise about human rights and democracy, but not when it comes to Greece.
In a speech in Athens, Brendan O'Neill argued that it is the EU's crisis of moral authority that has made it so hysterically anti-Greek.