Pro-EU think tank blames Russia for future EP election meddling in report on Euroskeptic movement

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With the approach of the May elections to the EU Parliament, a pro-EU think tank has sounded an alarm over the burgeoning Euroskeptics, expected to take some 30 percent of seats. Naturally, Russia “highly likely” has a hand in it. The alarmist report is published by The European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) – a pro-EU non-profit think tank. The ECFR was established in 2007 and relies primarily on “donations” from various organizations – including such purveyors of a globalist agenda as George Soros’ Open Society Foundation and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. Needless to say, the report paints a very dim picture of a European future if Euroskeptics manage to secure the expected 28 -or even 30- percent of seats in the EU Parliament in the May elections, as opinion polls indicate. According to the report, Euroskeptic parties from all across Europe – both left- and right-wing – are bent on “paralyzing” the bloc. “Their ability to paralyze decision-making at the centre of the EU…

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