DESPITE CAMERON VOWING TO REDUCE PAYMENTS TO THE EU THIS YEAR WE WILL PAY MORE – What was it our illustrious leader, David Cameron, said a couple of months ago? As I recalled it he stood up and told the British taxpayer that he would ensure a better deal for Britain and cut payments to Brussels.
As usual Cameron’s rhetoric once again backfires and again clearly shows the British taxpayer just how incompetent he is at running the country for despite all his tough talk the British taxpayer is about to stump up a further £770 million this year alone.
While we are lead to believe that the EU is a democracy it is in fact nothing of the kind; for one thing none of the EU Commissions that voted on Britain paying more was actually voted into power.
The EU budget is to rise by £6.2 billion and while many EU member states are continuously battling austerity measures, including UK citizens, we are now forced to hand over an extra £770 million to a totalitarianism dictatorship that’s only purpose is to fuel the greed and cover up their incompetence of those running the EU.
It amazes me how Cameron has the gall to stand there in front of the British public and announce that the EU is good for Britain’s interests. Of course as I have stated before it’s not difficult for a habitual liar to say anything; especially when the EU is the very place he will end up and at the expense of the take payer.
“What timing, what irony. On the day Cameron is offering a meaningless promise of a referendum, he gets an iron fisted rejection from Brussels. This is another huge defeat for him at EU level, and shows the possibility of EU reform is non-existent. Let’s face the facts, the only way is out.” Nigel Farage, UKIP Leader
I would like to think that Cameron would do the honorable thing and step down, but he’s a politician and you won’t ever find anything honorable in Parliament, so that counts that out.
This, according to the newspapers, is a ‘major setback’ for Cameron – I wonder how long it took them to figure that one out? Setback is not a choice of words I would have used but rather more appropriately would have been, incompetence, theft, extortion, corruption and I could go on all day with words to describe Cameron and his continuous failings to get a grip on controlling the UK’s finances.
“When countries and citizens across Europe are having to make difficult decisions with their budgets, Europe itself should practice what it preaches with its own budget.” Treasury spokesman
There was little doubt, as this news broke, that Cameron would spare not a minute to jump on his soap box and declare his resolve for renegotiating a better deal with Brussels, however as most people agree this is little more than negotiating with a fraudster over a prison sentence – of course the criminals want a better deal and it looks like Cameron is prepared to hand it to them on a platinum platter with a pile of cash to go with it. Has Cameron lost all sense of perspective on what the British people want or does he, as I suspect, think he’s not answerable to the public and therefore chooses to ignore the electorate?
So what’s the final bill this year Cameron? Oh, that would be £14.7 billion that the taxpayer is expected to cough up… not much austerity in Brussels is there.
Quite frankly Brussels continues to ignore anything Cameron has to say; I suspect they view him pretty much the same way as the majority of the British voting public; that being an incompetent fool with no spine to back up anything he ‘vows’ to do.
I am afraid that Cameron is nothing more than the EU’s dog who will be called to heal and offer up the ball at the snap of his masters fingers. The good ship Britain is now really just floating adrift as it suffers from an empty fuel tank due to the EU siphoning off all it can and while Cameron remains as captain it is unlikely that the ship will not hit the rocks anytime soon and will no doubt sink faster than the Titanic.
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