EU President Donald Tusk writes Letter to EU Leaders Outlining Fear of Trump Presidency


The President of the EU, Donald Tusk, wrote a letter to the 27 EU Leaders outlining his fears of a Trump Presidency, and thus, America.  Absent from that list of recipients is Britain, which is poised to depart from the unwieldy leviathan known as the EU.

In the letter, Tusk referred to the United States as an external “threat” to the EU.  He put the United States, and President Trump, in the same category as China, Russia, Radical Islam, war and terror.

Tusk stated that, in addition to the other threats to the EU hegemony over other former sovereign nations within the EU (my words, not his), that the leviathan has a lot to be concerned about, “as well as worrying declarations by the new American administration, all make our future.”

He specifically referenced President Trump as the source of that conflict with the US when he added the qualifier, “particularly the change in Washington puts the European Union in a difficult situation; with the new administration seeming to put into question the last 70 years of American foreign policy.”


The honest paraphrase of Tusk’s wording could be read as this:  We have enjoyed tacit and sometimes overt approval by the American Presidents of the past, who were complicit in the type of progressive tyranny and oppression we were imposing on the whole of Europe.

They recognized the mutual economic benefit to the patrician families that funded their presidency to having such unnatural control over the European market and people.  Now, this new guy, Trump, doesn’t appear to want to play ball with a special brand of corruption.

By the way, when I say European Union, I really mean the unique coercive enterprise we patrician families of Europe and America have set up for ourselves at the expense of average folks.  Now, the jig is up, and this Trump guy doesn’t appear interested in playing along with this sweet racket we’ve had going for these 30 plus years.

I think I got that right, and, if you read between the lines of this weasel, you can’t help but agree.