Europe is on the verge of a new split. European values are turning into ashes scattered through the empty streets of Italian cities. EU flags are burned in Italian courtyards and defiantly removed from the offices of deputies of the Italian parliament.
At the same time, no word was heard from the high tribunes in Brussels about helping the Apennine Peninsula. France sent an emergency plane for sick old people of Lombardy. Germany sent a resuscitation team to Milan. Where is all this? This is not and never was. But there is a statement by IMF Director Christine Lagarde, who decided not to lower interest rates on Italy’s debts to the European Union.
The great crises reveal the nature of people and states: the EU is trying to finish off Italy. Italian Prime Minister Conte proposed that the EU shares responsibility amid the pandemic and issues the so-called “coronabond,” bonds that all countries would support together. Spain agreed. But the process is hindered by wealthy Germany and France. Europe is drowning. And on board of this “Titanic”, passengers are divided into first and second class.
Brussels will now take advantage of the situation and try to drive Italy, like Greece, into debt so that in the future it will show greater flexibility and loyalty to Brussels. Because recently Italy has been marked by seditious ideas such as lifting sanctions against Russia.
The collapse in hospitals happened precisely because the EU demanded that the country optimises its medicine, there are only five thousand mechanical ventilation devices for 60 million Italians.