Looks like the Euros are having a problem or two:
The French blame the Germans and the Germans blame the French. The Eastern Europeans blame the Western Europeans. The Southern Europeans blame the North. And everyone blames the officials in Belgium.
As Douglas Murray adds: “In other words, business as usual.”
Once again, we see proof (if any were needed) that massive bureaucracies don’t respond well to a crisis. In this case, the Euros thought that they could get both research and supplies of Chinkvirus vaccines from the UK, but when the Brits told them to shove it — all hail Brexit! — the Euros were left holding the short end of the stick, and squabbling ensued.
The lesson is well learned Over Here, for all those who think that Big Gummint is the answer to our woes. In a crisis, it seldom is.