OVER 400 LAWS FORCED ON THE UK WITH THE TAXPAYER FOOTING THE BILL – It’s no real secret that most of Brussels is filled with failed politicians from the UK and other EU member states. A good example of this would be the once Labour leader Neil Kinnock who failed miserably as a UK politician but that didn’t stop him from getting a very cushy and lucrative paying job in Brussels.
When it comes to wasting the British Taxpayers money the EU really knows how to do this in spectacular fashion, but I strongly suspect that come the referendum the British Taxpayer will shake off the chains of tax slavery and be better off for it.
Today I read, with interest, that since 2010 the EU produced over 400 laws that were forced on the British which in turn resulted in a bill that the taxpayer footed for over £700 million.
So what sort of laws did the EU impose on the British Taxpayer and how much did it cost? For obvious reasons, it is impractical for me to list every one, but here’s a prime example:
As you can see from the photograph the EU forced a change of wording on packaging, and in this case it was simply on single word. Total cost to the British Taxpayer – £160,000. I don’t know about you but that looks like nice work if you can get it. Of course you can get a job like this, but you will need to be a failed politician, without any moral fortitude and certainly free from the constraints of any scruples.
There is no organisation in the world that is able to waste money like a government and it doesn’t matter which government around the globe you choose – one way or another they systematically rape the taxpayer with almost impunity. There is no corporation on the planet that could survived more than couple of years if they wasted money at the same level of government and when it comes to the EU they really know how to create worthless jobs for worthless people, but let’s be honest it’s easy to spend money when it’s not coming out of your own pocket.
What really amazes me is how some politicians are never imprisoned for their crimes. Think how many politicians, just in the UK alone, who have been caught with their hands in the cookie jar. How many of these actually get to see the inside of a courtroom and how many are actually imprisoned for stealing from the Taxpayer. The truth is very few and even if you instigate an illegal war against a foreign power, just because it has vast oil reserves, as is that case with Iraq and Tony Blair, the chances are you will never be held accountable for your actions.
They say crime doesn’t pay, well next time you think of this, take a good look at Tony Blair and the millions he is making every year. The saying ‘Crime Doesn’t Pay’ really ought to be updated to ‘Crime Doesn’t Pay Unless You Are a Politician’; I am sure some EU waste of space could work on that one and charge the British Taxpayer a huge sum in the process.