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NOW will people listen?
« on: October 17, 2012, 10:53:10 PM »

 





 
The European Commission last week launched a consultation on reducedVAT rates that could result in increased VAT on energy, water, drugs and medicines, and threaten the UK?s zero-rating on children?s clothing and books.
 
 
 
They want to get rid of ''reduced'' rate energy VAT and put VAT on food, medicines, books, etc.
 
http://www.freshbusinessthinking.com/news.php?NID=15522&Title=EU+VAT+changes+could+have+negative+impact+on+the+UK
 
 
 
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« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2012, 10:42:44 PM »
As a result of various comments on the posting about the EU being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, the following footnotes have been added to the www.ashleymote.co.uk website:
 
 
 
 
 
1.  The Maastricht Treaty was under negotiation when the Balkans wars broke out. One of Maastricht?s primary objectives was the creation of the euro currency.  Britain was committed to joining it ?in principle? by the fine print in the Single European Act but Prime Minister John Major knew he could not sell that to his party or the country.

Recognition of Croatia was Germany's price for letting Major off that hook, as Norman Tebbit told an audience at a conference organised by Rodney Atkinson. This information was later confirmed by Miroslav Polreich, Czech ambassador to the UN?s Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in Vienna during the Nineties.

The Germans were cock-a-hoop ?By this Germany has regained diplomatically everything it lost in Eastern Europe as a result of two world wars?.  The way was clear again for the ?Drang nach Osten? ? ?Drive to the East? - a reference to Germany?s long-standing policy to colonize the Slavic lands to the east.

All this was detailed in Edward Spalton?s article about the Balkan situation which appeared in Quarterly Review.  It is available on ww.freenations.freeuk.com under the title ?The Balkans Today, the West Tomorrow?.  Spalton?s translation of the 1942 Europaeische Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft also appears under the title ?The European Union's Evil Pedigree?.


 
 
 
2.  It is now also much clearer why the EU was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Effectively it awarded it to itself!
 

Thorbjorn Jagland, the chairman of the Nobel Committee, is also Secretary General of the Council of Europe, which displays the same advertising banner (Ring of Thorns) as the EU, is located in Strasburg, includes 47 European states - nearly all of them EU members or candidates - oversees the European Court of Human Rights, and works hand-in-glove with the EU.
 
 
 
Jagland is a former Prime Minster of Norway and one of that country?s more fanatically pro-EU politicos.  So far he ? and others like him ? have been frustrated by the Norwegian people. Good for them.

I have it on good authority from Brussels that the Eurocrats have been overheard wondering if this bizarre self-awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize might not have been a step too far, and end up being counter-productive, because of its manifest absurdity.
 
 
 
This posting ? and others like it ? suggest it was.
 
 
 
 Ashley Mote


 
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