how much does the eu cost the uk?

The true cost of being a member of the European Union is £660 million a week not the £350 Million we were led to believe when we held the referendum back in 2016.

This includes more than £80 billion lost to the Treasury after the European Court of Justice forced tax rebates to multinationals and £50 billion in Eurozone bailout obligations. In membership fees alone, after the rebate has been returned Britain has paid out £70.6 billion in fees. But the Bruges Groups says our real financial commitment is £275.08 billion

The true cost to Britain of being in the EU has been £660million a week

Over seven years that is £34.3billion a year, or £661,260,000 a week.

This includes £7billion in welfare payments to EU citizens living in the UK.

In 2014 the UK was forced to hand over an extra £1.7billion after the EU bust its budget.

It was the year that then chancellor George Osborne announced a £12 billion welfare cut as part of a plan to mend Britain’s deficit.

Crucial to the equation, says the Eurosceptic group, is the £40 billion spent on propping up the euro and bailouts.

It includes £6.6 billion to bail out Portugal and Ireland, with £32 billion given to the European Investment Bank, and £1 billion to the European Central Bank. The European Central Bank received £1 billion.

Between 1995 and 2011, immigrants from outside the EU made a negative contribution of £118 billion over 17 years, the report found, using more publicly-funded services, including the NHS, education and benefits, than they paid in tax.

 

 

 

brexit

Members of my family were badly wounded fighting the Germans. You won’t see my buying a German car. We liberated France yet the French seem to love the Germans more than the English. I try and avoid buying French cheese and wine. In my opinion English make better cheese anyway.

Most countries outside the EU have no welfare. Yet we allow migrants to stay who say they are refugees yet in reality they are just economic migrants. We give them free housing, welfare, NHS, educate their children.

To pay for this we tax the working English man so he can’t afford a family of his own. Yet many migrants never work and have large families. We are witnessing the slow genocide of the English by demographics and the death of English culture by multi-culturism.

I won’t shop at any business employing these migrants. In my opinion migration was all planned to keep wages down and destroy the nations of Europe. The elites behind mass migration, mainly banking families and individuals like George Soros just use the Hegelian dialect of divide and conquer for their own ends. They did this in Russia and millions of Christians were wiped out.

Why are people worried about no deal Brexit – we should go back to eating seasonal food and local food from local farmers – not food produced overseas? When the Globalist get their one world Government then things will be much worse. The Georgia Guidstones clearly states they want to reduce population of Earth by 80%.

Quality of life

What is the impact of the destruction of the English countryside by modern agriculture?

Hedges have been filled in, downlands destroyed, marshes drained and ancient monuments destroyed to create more land for crops no one needed.

Farmers got paid to do this through the EU CAP policy; we were charged £10 million a year for this.

We have lost 95% of wildflower meadows, 50% of our chalk grasslands, 94% of lowland bogs, and 50% of wetlands and 186,000 miles of hedgerows.

The wildlife then disappears due to loss of habitat.

Sparrowhawks, owls, otters have all gone.

Governments tell us this is progress. What about quality of life? Now we have overcrowded roads, noise, air, light pollution. You can’t get to see a local Doctor.

The animals have declined due to chemicals being sprayed on the crops and fertiliser used for bigger yields. You can’t hear a Nightingale sing, or see hares and butterflies in the fields.