Millions of Europeans didn't demonstrate today because of the anti-EU film released by an unknown Islamic organisation. 'It wasn't that bad actually and most of it was true.' Said Martin Schulz, president of the European parliament.
The main subject in the film was the economic instability of the countries. Also a quite notable subject was the disorganized organisation of the entire EU. Billions of dollars wasted on things most of the inhabitants of the member countries don't even care about, let alone notice.
The bureaucratic mess is true according to Schulz. 'We did stumble upon some problems indeed, but it was nothing we couldn't throw money at.'
Even though the film is watched over ten million times, nobody really seems to care about it. There were no demonstrations or stormed embassies. Nobody wounded or clashes with the police.
'I watched it in my boss his time anyway.' As said by an employee of the EU. 'I just didn't see what the fuzz was all about.' He added.
The views on the movie are still rising, but chances of a riot are minimal. In the meantime all over arabia millions of angry radicals are demonstrating because they want the Europeans to demonstrate.