The Week in Bloggingportal: Euro animals in attack mode!

In our last Week in Bloggingportal we finally spoke out to tell the truth and we must admit that this brought us quite some visitors. We are therefore grateful that at least some eurobloggers took the chance to reduce their submissiveness to attack the EU institutions and the rest of the eurosphere.

The Honeyball Buzz attacks Nigel Farage for getting too much attention. Sköne Oke bashes Trade Commissioner de Gucht for his anti-democratic ramblings. The Berlaymonster pisses of the Commission’s Digital Society department by calling them names.

Open Europe goes after Fisheries Commissioner Damanaki who herself went after a 86-years old Italian writer for killing baby fish. George Pullicino is a little begrudged because of Damanaki, too. She wants him to make fish meal from baby fish but on Malta they do not have no baby fishmeal factory.

The Fox Addition thinks it’s time to discuss the EU’s democratic deficit (it’s always time!). Protesilaos Stavrou mocks the Commission’s subsidy policy and the European blogosphere at the same time. And on the Presseurope Blog they stab poor Brussels lobbyists in the back.

On MyEurop, Francesca Spinelli observes the fail in the EU’s communication policy. England Expects disregards the Commission’s eurocrat speak. The Grahnblawg rejoices itself with the assault by 10 member states on the Commission’s future budget plans, supported by La Oreja de Europa who by making EU budget spending more transparent ultimately wants a reduction, too (our guess). Last but not least, Der Spiegelfechter paints a black picture claiming that the EU will fall apart starting from its periphery.

You see: That is the kind of week that you get when you for once tell the truth. Submissiveness turns into anger, anger turns into rage, and what is better for blogging than a decent rage?! (Speaking of blogging, some bloggers also talked blogosphere, but we won’t link it because we are not that self-referential.)

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