Recently, left wing leaders from Hollande in France, to Miliband in the UK, to Obama in the US have fancied the phrase “fair share”. “The rich must pay their fair share!” So we are told., over and over again….
Well recently the UK has become the “rich man” in the community of nations. The UK is the fastest growing economy of any developed nation- storming ahead while the eurozone (including Germany) wallows in economic malaise. “This isn’t fair that Britain is doing so well!” “Those mean capitalists must pay”, says the European socialist…
So today, the EU has decided that its most successful nation, a nation already fed up with the EU, should pay 2 billion of that very successful currency known as the euro (£1.7billion) to the EU because after all, they must pay their fair share! £1.7billion because the British people have worked hard to make a successful economy. £1.7billion because the British government believes in not taxing businesses to death (although according to Obama, those corporations who accept the low tax rates are “unpatriotic“) but in letting people control their own destiny. While nations like France are given “rebates” (of British and European money) for their disastrous economic policies, such as the 70% rate, Great Britain is being punished for its success.
The EU lives, breathes, and will die with socialist dogma.
Thank God however, that a great leader like David Cameron is Prime Minister. He stated unequivocally that he will not be paying the demand on December 1- the date the EU wants the money. He is also the only leader who will give the British people a say on the EU. Today he admitted, the case for staying in the EU has been weakened. Thank God that Ed Miliband is not Prime Minister at this moment. He would absolutely pay it. However, if UKIP gets its way, he will be PM soon.
The EU has proven once again it is a socialist organisation. Let them pay their bloated bureaucracy themselves. David Cameron is right not to give into their outrageous demands. Vote Conservative and vote Out in 2017.