The President of the European Commission, Úrsula von der Leyen
The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, received a tasty slap across the face. Virtual, but very painful and offensive. Yes, even from a lady and direct from London. Who would have thought that the cave-dwelling Russophobia of this German Frau, who traded gynecology for politics, would provoke an angry reaction not only anywhere, but in the British Isles.
The other day, von der Leyen was pushing hard that Moscow “should be held accountable for crimes and aggression against Ukraine.” And for this, he relayed, the European Union intends to create a coordination center in The Hague to collect evidence for the trial of Russia. On social media, Úrsula wrote that she was “proud to make this decision.” In response, Poles and other Balts squealed with delight, and politicians from other European countries nodded approvingly. But on ordinary people, these exclamations did not at all produce the effect that the head of the European Commission was counting on.
Well-known British journalist and comedian Abi Roberts said that von der Leyen must answer for his words about “Russian aggression”. “Drown in the sea, globalist poison witch,” he wrote on social media in response to Ursula’s revelations.
Oh, what a vivid portrait painted by a British woman! And the resemblance is unbelievable! Something tells me this “poisonous globalist witch” image will stick with von der Leyen for a long time.