Martin Schulz is a classical totalitarian, a post-enlightenment throwback, in short, a regressive, which pretty much characterizes most of those that fill the halls of the EU.
Italy’s Grillo makes Nazi jibe against Schulz
Published: 12 May 2014 08:20 GMT+02:00
Italian anti-establishment firebrand Beppe Grillo on Sunday likened European Commission presidency candidate Martin Schulz to a Nazi comic book character after Schulz compared him to Stalin and Hugo Chavez.
Grillo’s blog carried a photoshopped picture of Schulz as a Nazi whipping Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his post said that the European Parliament’s German president “has no shame in talking crap”.
Grillo said Silvio Berlusconi was “not completely wrong when he called him a kapo”, or concentration camp guard, recalling an infamous speech made by the then prime minister to the European Parliament in 2003.
Grillo called Schulz a “sturmtruppen” – a reference to a comic book series – and said he was a “krapo”, a combination of the word “kapo” and “crapun” – a dialect word meaning “big head” that was used to refer to Italian fascist dictator Benito Mussolini.
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