EU CONTINUES ITS PLANS TO LEGISLATION AND CONTROL BRITAIN – There can be no doubt in anyone’s mind that those non-elected despots in the European Union are power hungry and that their goal is to tie up Britain and other EU member states in red tape.
In the last three years alone the EU has done its utmost to asphyxiate British business; small, medium and large with over 3,600 new laws.
Writing legislation is a complex process; well at least it should be, for new laws require writing, debating, re-writing a few times before everyone is completely satisfied. However when you look closely at the amount of legislation imposed on Britain over the last few years it equates to over three new pieces of legislation per day.
According to a report in the Daily Mail if you were to read every single item of legislation it would take you no less than 92 days to get through it all.
At meebal.com we think the Daily Mail has its sums wrong for it’s likely to be twenty times this amount; let us explain…
It is impossible to sit and read continuously without losing your concentration. In fact the average attention span is approximately 20 minutes – that is you can’t absorb much information after that time frame.
Add to this the boredom factor which is inevitable when reading the clap-trap these fools write and it’s likely that most people couldn’t stomach or even understand anything written.
It has to be said that those non-elected EU commissioners are all junkies – that is red-tape junkies for any organisation to produce such a vast amount of drivel would certainly take hundreds of people all high on some form of substance abuse.
Looking again at the Daily Mail’s article, they say that businesses in Britain are now being strangled by no less than 13 million words – again the figure is just mind-blowing.
We are sure you will agree that Britain is having a hard enough time of it as it is without having to strangle the life out of industry and commerce.
However according to ‘Business for Britain’ the reams and mountains of new legislation and directives from the EU is now making it almost impossible to do business with other businesses in the U.S and in emerging markets across the Far East and South America.
David Cameron has promised to get tough on Europe and demand a renegotiation of Britain’s involvement. The European Parliament President, Mr. Barroso, recently said that no renegotiation by Britain would be accepted by it or other member states.
We’ve also had the recent uprising by Tory backbencher Adam Afriyie who is trying to force Mr. Cameron to provide a Common’s vote on an EU referendum for 2014 – something that looks most likely to occur on November 8; despite Mr. Cameron’s objections.
An EU referendum is now receiving wide support from the majority of MPs and the public as the EU continues to tie Britain in red-tape and demand ever increasing financial contributions in order to stave off the EU and other member states bankruptcy – it appears irrelevant to those in the EU that Britain is itself facing bankruptcy due to its over whelming welfare system that all and sundry from the eurozone can effectively take advantage of.
The EU for many businesses and indeed the general public, is being seen as a pretty raw deal and unless Britain is able to put an end to the EU’s incessant interference Britain will have no choice but to end the relationship or face financial ruin.
More on this story… Daily Mail