The EU are agents of Rome, tools of The Vatican

Hi Tap, anyone who is a firm advocate of the E.U. can be , considered to be a TRAITOR to OUR COUNTRY & THE BRITISH PEOPLE. They are Agents of ROME TOOLS of THE VATICAN, & THE PAPISTS, in more ways than one.


Does Britain really put much more into Europe than it gets out? How have our contributions risen and fallen? This chart reveals how the EU works for us.


Britain's EU contributions chart

In total since 1979, Britain has paid in about €260 billion (£228 billion). It has received back  in benefits just €163 billion (£143 billion). The difference of €97 billion (£85 billion at today’s exchange rate) has been Britain’s subsidy to the European project.
Each nation’s contribution is based mainly on its Gross National Income, a measure of its economic output and earnings from overseas. The budget is spent on a range of projects to do with agriculture, fisheries, social projects and other Brussels subsidies.
Britain’s contribution figure would have been even higher had it not been for Margaret Thatcher’s tough stance in 1984, when she famously negotiated a rebate on the basis  that the vast bulk of EU spending went on agricultural subsidies and Britain received a far lower proportion of this than other nations.

In total since 1979, Britain has paid in about €260 billion (£228 billion). It has received back  in benefits just €163 billion (£143 billion). The difference of €97 billion (£85 billion at today’s exchange rate) has been Britain’s subsidy to the European project.
Each nation’s contribution is based mainly on its Gross National Income, a measure of its economic output and earnings from overseas. The budget is spent on a range of projects to do with agriculture, fisheries, social projects and other Brussels subsidies.
Britain’s contribution figure would have been even higher had it not been for Margaret Thatcher’s tough stance in 1984, when she famously negotiated a rebate on the basis  that the vast bulk of EU spending went on agricultural subsidies and Britain received a far lower proportion of this than other nations.
Under the terms of the rebate, Britain’s contributions were cut while other countries which benefited most from agricultural subsidies (mainly France) paid more.
Since 1985 Britain’s rebate has been worth a total of almost €90 billion (£79 billion at today’s exchange rate). Though as our graph shows, Britain’s contributions have still consistently far outstripped the benefits it receives.
The rebate would have been higher in recent years had not Tony Blair given up part of it under pressure from EU leaders. He agreed to cut it by about 20 per cent from 2007 until the next round of budget negotiations in 2013. So far, his concession has cost Britain about £4 billion.
 
SO THE PAPAL KNIGHT BLAIR SOLD US OUT YET AGAIN,  WHY DID HE CHANGE THE LAW FOR TREASON I WONDER
THESE PEOPLE ARE BEYOND CONTEMPT!


Just in case you hadn’t heard, Europe is in crisis. A big old nasty debt crisis that eurozone leaders are desperately trying to solve.
Greece, Ireland and Portugal have already gone crawling to the European Union and International Monetary Fund for multi-billion-euro bailouts.
Now economists and commentators fear contagion may spread to Italy, Spain and, more worrying still questions have been asked about France, the euro area’s second biggest economy………..


HOW MANY OF YOU WOULD VOLUNTEER TO HAVE A HOLE DRILLED IN YOUR HEAD, BY A QUACK DOCTOR & BE TOLD YOU WOULD HAVE TO PAY HIM FOR THE PRIVILEGE, EVERY YEAR ON AN ESCALATING SCALE, WITH THE POSSIBILITY THAT IT WOULD BE  GOOD FOR YOU?


IN REALITY THE ONLY ONE TO GAIN WOULD BE THE QUACK, JUST LIKE THE E.U. THE GANGSTERS WHO RUN IT ARE THE ONLY WINNERS, EVERYONE ELSE LOSES.


REGARDS  ……….  WASP
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