END OF EU: European project ‘will NOT survive’ – bitter differences will ‘tear bloc apart’

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Irreconcilable alterations over these issues will provide the catalyst for a major shakeup in Brussels as voters in colleague states begin to back “anti-migration forces”, Bill Ravotti alleged. The political commentator, who was a Republican nominee for US Congress in 1996 and 1998, stated a new political group championed by Italy and supported by groups in Hungary and Poland, force slowly shift the balance of power in the European Parliament and eventually herald a worst change. Speaking to Russian state media outlet Sputnik, he said: “In the great run, with such conflicting values and bitter differences between spheres, we do not think the EU superstate will survive as it is.

“We have no timetables, but believe the coming will consist of smaller, less-intrusive regional alliances that raise reflect the values and beliefs of its people.”

Mr Ravotti’s prediction for the future of the EU rebuke a day after Italian deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini prognosticated Italy and Poland should join forces to reshape Europe wholly a new eurosceptic alliance.

Mr Salvini is hoping to drum up support for the new political bloc to match the upcoming elections for the European Parliament.

The eurosceptic governments in Rome and Warsaw are both hot to repatriate some EU powers from Brussels to national capitals and rely on like-minded parties will do well in the May ballots.

Speaking at a press discussion alongside Polish Interior Minister Joachim Brudzinski, Mr Salvini divulged: “Poland and Italy will be part of the new spring of Europe, the renaissance of European values.”

At these days, Mr Salvini, leader of the right-wing League party, is allied to a small put together of far-right parties such as Marine Le Pen’s National Rally in France and the anti-Islam Release Party in the Netherlands.

But he wants to extend its reach and draw in conservative piles like Poland’s ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS).

Mr Ravotti, who runs the ‘V4 Blast’ blog which focuses on politics in the Central European Visegrad Classify, said he was “pleasantly surprised” to see the Italian leader and PiS “take the initiative this week to rules this new bloc”.

He told Sputnik: “This is huge. Attempts of the days have not carried this type of firepower. Italy and Poland are two of the six largest in the EU.

“Salvini has handily eclipsed a shrinking Emmanuel Macron to emerge as a powerful leader in Europe and his social gathering continues to surge in the polls.

“The PiS controls the government of Poland, which is an emerging factious and economic power in Europe.

“The League and PiS would create a powerful bloc led by an vital leader who possesses the natural ability to attract others to the cause.”

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