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Thursday, 25 October 2012

UK’s £625 EU bill to be spent by Socialists & clowns on the terrorist-supporting Pakistani state

Photo: *UK’s £625 EU bill to be spent by Socialists & clowns on the terrorist-supporting Pakistani state*

European MEPs have backed an increase of 6.8% in the EU budget. The same MEPs have also agreed to a yearly increase of 5% until 2020.

That’s a surprise, isn’t it? No. Euro-cash MEPs have effectively awarded themselves this money - the money goes to them and it is they who distribute the funds. (Not all of this money will pay for candle-lit dinners with their secretaries or for silver-lined toilet roll.) Not only that. These fat, suited-&-tied MEPs, especially the Socialists, have an ideological predisposition to claim as much money as they can and thus to spend as much money as they can. That’s what Euro-MPs do – and not just the Socialists.

So it’s not a surprise, either, that the Austrian leader of the Socialist MEPs, Hannes Swoboda, should warn David Cameron against vetoing any above-inflation budget rises. (Of course when Cameron said that he will veto such things, that doesn’t mean that *he will* veto them.) In fact, this Austrian Chardonnay-Socialist, who’s partly sustained and fed by UK taxpayers’ money but not by our votes, threatened Cameron by saying that ‘we can [veto] as well!’ What is he referring to, I wonder? Vetoing legislation to get some UK taxpayers’ money back? Vetoing legislation to cut aid to the Islamoterrorist-supporting Pakistani state? Or even, at least in theory, vetoing the free Che Guevara t-shirts that have been promised to all students who sell their souls to the EU?

The European Commissar… or is it Commissioner? – Jose Manuel Barraso, was explicit about what most of this money will be for: foreign aid. Yeh! To the Islamo-terrorist-supporting Pakistani state. Did I mention that the Pakistani state supports Islamic terrorists?

British MEPs, as usual, were less keen on this spending-fest than most European counterparts. More correctly, Conservative MEPs were. Nonetheless, they were outnumbered, five-to-one, in the Strasbourg vote – a vote which could see the UK pay about £624 million extra into European pockets and bank accounts next year.

Still, a Tory MEP called Richard Ashworth (never heard of him) summed it all up nicely when he said:

“We believe the EU simply must stop spending money its member states do not have.”

Here fucking here!
'Please! Stop funding the Taliban and feed us instead.'

 
European MEPs have backed an increase of 6.8% in the EU budget. The same MEPs have also agreed to a yearly increase of 5% until 2020.

That’s a surprise, isn’t it? No. Euro-cash MEPs have effectively awarded themselves this money - the money goes to them and it is they who distribute the funds. (Not all of this money will pay for candle-lit dinners with their secretaries or for silver-lined toilet roll.) Not only that. These fat, suited-&-tied MEPs, especially the Socialists, have an ideological predisposition to claim as much money as they can and thus to spend as much money as they can. That’s what Euro-MPs do – and not just the Socialists.

So it’s not a surprise, either, that the Austrian leader of the Socialist MEPs, Hannes Swoboda, should warn David Cameron against vetoing any above-inflation budget rises. (Of course when Cameron said that he will veto such things, that doesn’t mean that he will veto them.) In fact, this Austrian Chardonnay-Socialist, who’s partly sustained and fed by UK taxpayers’ money but not by our votes, threatened Cameron by saying that ‘we can [veto] as well!’ What is he referring to, I wonder? Vetoing legislation to get some UK taxpayers’ money back? Vetoing legislation to cut aid to the Islamoterrorist-supporting Pakistani state? Or even, at least in theory, vetoing the free Che Guevara t-shirts that have been promised to all students who sell their souls to the EU?

The European Commissar… or is it Commissioner? – Jose Manuel Barraso, was explicit about what most of this money will be for: foreign aid. Yeh! To the Islamo-terrorist-supporting Pakistani state. Did I mention that the Pakistani state supports Islamic terrorists?

British MEPs, as usual, were less keen on this spending-fest than most European counterparts. More correctly, Conservative MEPs were. Nonetheless, they were outnumbered, five-to-one, in the Strasbourg vote – a vote which could see the UK pay about £624 million extra into European pockets and bank accounts next year.

Still, a Tory MEP called Richard Ashworth (never heard of him) summed it all up nicely when he said:

“We believe the EU simply must stop spending money its member states do not have.”

Here fucking here!




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