EU Financial Help For The UK’s Super RichMarch 28, 2014 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
As Mr Farage and his fellow Europhobes so rightly say; unelected, superlatively remunerated mandarins in Brussels dogmatically dictate some 70 per cent of British legislation. However, I feel that the UKIP leader and his partisans’ analysis of the effect of the UK’s membership of the EU overlooks a critically important political factor.
That’s to the say; the world is no longer ruled by so-called governments, elected or otherwise. In brutal fact, those who really determine how we plebs live are the International Bankers and their Multinational Business Conglomerate cohorts, and unless a way can be found to curb their unbounded avarices there’s scant hope for an imminent renascence of working and middle class prosperity, let alone for an improvement of the lot of the Third World’s desperately poor.
Nevertheless, the ultra wealthy are still doing very nicely. For according to a recent ‘Guardian’ report, Britain’s third richest individual, the Duke of Westminster -landlord of many prime properties in London’s Belgravia, Mayfair and in other parts of the UK- is worth some SEVEN THOUSAND, EIGHT HUNDRED (7.8 BILLION) sterling.
What the ‘Guardian’ doesn’t mention is the fact that the good Duke’s burgeoning international agribusiness is not only handsomely subsidized by the UK Exchequer but by the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy payments, too. Of course, Westminster isn’t the only fabulously wealthy aristocrat to eagerly avail himself of such publicly funded largesse. Even some of our leading ‘social luminaries and establishment exemplars’ such as HM the Queen and Prince Charles are on the long list of the lucky beneficiaries of this utterly gratuitous EU magnanimity.
So now we have yet another barmy manifestation of bungling Brussels bureaucracy:
HARD UP TAXPAYERS IN BANKER-IMPOVERISHED COUNTRIES SUCH AS GREECE, IRELAND, SPAIN, PORTUGAL AND WHATNOT ARE HELPING TO FINANCE THE LAVISH LIFESTYLES OF BRITAIN’S “IDLE RICH”
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This post was written by Jim Handley