FAST FIVE: Hungary And Poland Create The Unbridgeable Gap Of The Great Reset
Neither is the way the EU conducts itself in negotiations.
There's nothing inherently wrong with it, as long as both sides approach the negotiation honestly.
But, in politics, especially when dealing with those of a particularly self-righteous leftism so common today – as as shorthand I'll just call them Commies – negotiation for them is a tactic in a strategic war.
Because at the core of their argument is always the threat of violence at worst and emotional blackmail at best.
This, of course, is anathema to the World Economic Forum, Open Society Foundation and the rest of the burgeoning technocracy being built through the expansion of powers wielded by the European Commission, which this budget and relief package sought to greatly expand.