New babbel bubbels from Wallstrom
We should all be pleased that blogging is invented and is used by our political elite; we could all se how they think and what they are thinking of. What occupies their minds ? Is it important things or trivialities ?
EU-commissioner Margot Wallstrom from Sweden is back in cyberspace with new blogs from EU, we heard from her latest in july the 20th.
She have hade a lazy summer, she has painted on her house, she has been reading, two books in one and a half month and that is not bad att all.
In this babbel bubbel I can find no meaning at all, it is empty all over; she have a few lines of that chaos created by EU-import regulations on textil and garments from China. This chaos created by Peter Mandelsohn, who, according to Wallstrom, is trying to find a sensibel solution to the problems he have caused. EU want to sell sofisticated weapons to China but will not import textil.
Further in the Wallstrom text : she is going to read a biography on de Gaulle.
She talks about having lazy days at her house during the summer holiday, and she is ashamed of it because her mother and father allways worked and laziness was a sin. But now she is back, hard working for us all.
This is noting, it is completly empty, but I fear that it is reflecting EU-thinking and the horrible thought strikes me : maybe they are all the same in the commission; they sounds likle this when they are talking.
There is another blog of this kind, and it belongs to Anna Hedh, from the swedish socialdemokratic party, and it goes on like Wallstroms; Hedh is a member of the european parliament. It is only published in swedish so we are just 9 millions who kan enjoy it.
GREAT FEAR OF WORKERS FROM POLAND : In Hultsfred in the southern part of Sweden a metal working factory have nine workers från Poland on a training course. The swedish unions are on the alert and warns : Do not teach any workes from Poland to do metal working, they will only steal our jobs - get them out. In Waxholm, near of Stockholm, members of the unions assembled outside the gates of a housebulding where construction workes from Latvia was employed and shouted : Raus, raus...