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    EU Commission Wants To Start Collect Its Own Taxes

    I haven't found an English article about this but in Swedish media they are reporting that the EU commission will propose the introduction of several EU taxes. They will choose from taxes on the financial sector, taxes on pollution, taxes on air travel, corporate tax and or a value added tax. They want to shift the funding for the EU away from member state contributions to taxes so as to "lower the cost" for the member states and simplify administration. Of course these will be the only taxes we will ever see proposed, and they will of course stay static forever, right?

    It's about time Europe started talking about a divorce, this cannot be allowed to proceed.

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    Isnt it funny that the EU-monstrosity is always lined out as bringing more democracy to the Euro-people, and then there's this EU Commission that no one elected, not even the delegates in EU parliament?

    That now goes on to impose more taxes on its sheeple which has no means by the few pseudo-democratic tools it is left with to counter this EUC?


    I so much hope that Greece (and the in the follow up Portugal, Spain, Italy etc) will blow up first the Euro and then EU. It won't meet its end by any northern European country, unfortunately, so much is sure
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrioten View Post
    I haven't found an English article about this but in Swedish media they are reporting that the EU commission will propose the introduction of several EU taxes. They will choose from taxes on the financial sector, taxes on pollution, taxes on air travel, corporate tax and or a value added tax. They want to shift the funding for the EU away from member state contributions to taxes so as to "lower the cost" for the member states and simplify administration. Of course these will be the only taxes we will ever see proposed, and they will of course stay static forever, right?

    It's about time Europe started talking about a divorce, this cannot be allowed to proceed.
    I truly think the EU as ran her course,now she has to go for good!

    And the extra tax funds collected would be too help more migrants into Europe,instead of helping the European countries and her native cilvilians!

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    Do you guys remember the Battle of Tours and the Battle of Vienna? These were extremely important times in Europe's history. The outcomes of these battles forever changed the direction in which Europe progressed.

    Today's defining moment in Europe's history is the creation of the United States of Europe. Unlike the federalization of the American states, the European federalization is being done in small increments (as we can see from this story), because the forces who wish for Europe to be federalized know that the people will not sign over their nations' sovereignty outright. So instead, they do it little by little, under the disguise of 'creating unity' and solving non-existent problems or problems which they themselves have created.


    It is a lot easier to stop a process than to let it run its course and then try to reverse what has happened. This is today's defining moment. Either we let Europe be federalized and have all of its nations, culture, people, way of life, and everything else which we take for granted, be destroyed, or we say no and stop this federalized Europe.

    I don't know how seriously Europeans take the EU, but looking from the outside in, I can tell you right now that it is very worrying to me the indifference that most people have towards the destruction of the European states.

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    Whenever I think of the EU and our country, this image comes to mind:



    With each new treaty and law our nation is tied down a little more, slowly taking away more and more of our independence, while our politicians ignore it or are complicit in the process.

    And they hope that the people keep sleeping and don't realize what's going on, eagerly speeding up the process, because currently we still could simply shed off the EU chains once our nation rises again.

    I just hope it won't be too late some day, and that we won't be stuck in this morass forever because the people woke up too late.

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    I remember reading about such a thing before. And then mostly in relation with lower member states financial contributions. In the sense that is the only way to lower the amount member states have to pay for the privilege of being part of the EU. And they will probably put the emphasis on that part when trying to sell it to us and talk as little as possible about the taxation part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by velvet View Post
    Isnt it funny that the EU-monstrosity is always lined out as bringing more democracy to the Euro-people, and then there's this EU Commission that no one elected, not even the delegates in EU parliament?

    That now goes on to impose more taxes on its sheeple which has no means by the few pseudo-democratic tools it is left with to counter this EUC?


    I so much hope that Greece (and the in the follow up Portugal, Spain, Italy etc) will blow up first the Euro and then EU. It won't meet its end by any northern European country, unfortunately, so much is sure
    It's such a diabolical set up too, because if the problem is seen as the lack of popular control, then the EU can counter with (after many twists and turns naturally) "well then, let's have the EU commission replaced by an elected government accountable to the EU parliament". Then we end up with the superstate anyway. Democracy doesn't work properly on the national level, let alone the supernational level. None of the constituent people have asked to have their national democratic control by-passed and replaced by a supranational European parliament.

    I don't want turks and poles deciding what laws should exist in Sweden, I don't want spaniards and hungarians deciding which taxes that Swedes should pay or where the money should go. Nor do I want the EU commission of today to decide over these things. None of the paths which the pro-EU people envision have my support.

    Burn it to the ground I say and throw salt into the ashes.

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    Eu-stop !

    The EU is Not and Never will be a country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrioten
    It's such a diabolical set up too, because if the problem is seen as the lack of popular control, then the EU can counter with (after many twists and turns naturally) "well then, let's have the EU commission replaced by an elected government accountable to the EU parliament". Then we end up with the superstate anyway.
    We will end with a superstate either way. In 2014. Without that anybody notices. One day we will wake up and be mere provinces within the EUSSR.

    Quote Originally Posted by Patrioten
    Democracy doesn't work properly on the national level, let alone the supernational level. None of the constituent people have asked to have their national democratic control by-passed and replaced by a supranational European parliament.
    Switzerland is the only country in Europe that has a democracy that deserves this name. And for good reason, Switzerland is not an EU member.

    Remember the Lisbon Treaty? Did your country tell you what it will do? Did you have a referendum on it? The only two countries who had a referendum on it were Czechia and Ireland (remember the spilled hostility against them for"risking" the union blah blah?), and both countries had to vote until the result was "yes" (democracy? not really).

    Since no EU country has democracy, we cannot possibly tell whether it works or not. Maybe we should try that for once and have the demos decide. But nah, they cant take that risk, at the end it would turn out that people possess some common sense and would trash their dictatorship. So, they dont tell anyone what the Lisbon treaty will do, they dont tell anyone that the EUC isnt a "democratic" institution, and they dont tell anyone that the member states dont really possess any power to decide their direction themselves (the banks have it and the rating agencies) and the pace in which they walk their way. This, after all, could suddenly wake up the Euro-people from their slumber.

    Imho the Spanish who demonstrate en masse against the banking power right now as well as the Greece will notice first what's really going on and hopefully infect northern Europe with their uprising. We seriously need an "European Spring" too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Patrioten
    I don't want turks and poles deciding what laws should exist in Sweden, I don't want spaniards and hungarians deciding which taxes that Swedes should pay or where the money should go. Nor do I want the EU commission of today to decide over these things. None of the paths which the pro-EU people envision have my support.
    Side question: what effects does it have so far on the daily politics that Sweden wrote her EU-membership (and multiculturalism) into her constitution? How was this sold to the public? Was there debate beforehand? Was it mentioned at all to the public?


    Quote Originally Posted by Patrioten
    Burn it to the ground I say and throw salt into the ashes.
    Maybe let's add some strong banning spells in order that the ashes dont rise up again. But I think you're right, we will need some magic to trash this monstrum, since it runs like a Golem on magic spells as well.
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