Remainers should now see the mess we Brexiteers saved the UK from

 


This week the European Union continued to embarrass itself, making extreme new threats to the rest of the western world in a desperate bid to cover up its own vaccine woes.

Britain continues to outpace the bungled European jab-rollout with its independent programme. Half of British adults have now received their first shot of the medicine that should see our country re-open and our traditional way of life restored.

But our success has bred bitterness and contempt in the Eurocrat sadsacks who revealed their utter incompetence throughout this entire ordeal.


European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen this week revealed that “all options are on the table” in their bid to catch up – including the extreme measure of invoking Article 122, which would let Eurocrats seize vaccine production plants, suspend intellectual property rights, and halt the export of the life-saving drugs to outside countries who have paid up for them.

In one pathetic remark, she asked “whether exports to countries who have higher vaccination rates than us are still proportionate”, as if Britain receiving the vaccine doses we’re contractually owed is contingent on how well or badly the EU does with their own warped scheme.

Never underestimate the ability of the European Commission to lash out in crazy ways when backed into a corner. Less than two months ago they tried to erect a border on the island of Ireland before being forced down by pressure from the British and Irish administrations.


While von der Leyen was making pathetic attempts to flex her emergency powers muscle, leading countries like Germany and France flip-flopped on the use of Britain’s life-saving Oxford/AstraZeneca jab and were forced into a humiliating U-turn as their fake news about the shot was busted by medical boffins.

Putting the lives of their own citizens at risk, more than a dozen European countries suspended the use of the jab amid baseless blood clotting concerns, which major experts in the UK and across Europe comprehensively refuted days ago.

Now even the European Medicines Agency has chimed in, declaring that the UK-designed product is “a safe and efficient vaccine” that is “not associated with increased risk of blood clots”.

Without a leg to stand on, European nations are now re-starting their rollout of the shot. The time wasted will almost certainly have cost lives, with top British advisor Professor Jonathan Van-Tam saying that “vaccines don’t save lives if they’re in fridges, they only save lives if they’re in arms.”

 Macron in particular will be disappointed by the scientific evidence backing up Britain’s mammoth contribution to the global fight against coronavirus. Back in January the witless Europhile claimed that the solution was “almost ineffective for those over 65, and some say over 60.”

These clowns continue to remind us, time after time, how fortunate we are to have quit the failing bloc in time to establish our own world-class jab roll-out. Even with a supply snaggle caused by the Indian government, this country is still on track to get every adult jabbed by this summer with second shots secured for our beloved elderly over the next month.


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