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Our contribution to the EU Budget is set to increase next year by a billion euro to €3.475bn!!!

Catalpa

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Yes that's right folks - the ever generous Irish people are going to partake in yet another great Giveaway of their own money

- to other people....🤪

The White Paper also notes that our contribution to the EU Budget is set to increase next year by a billion euro to €3.475bn.

That is Three Thousand, Four Hundred and Seventy Five MILLION euros

- of Irish Taxpayers money

Each Year!

When we owe 205 BILLLION to the International Banking System!

Like why are we doing this?

We already pay a Surplus to Brussels way above what we receive.

For years Europhiles maintained that Europe gave us Billions gratis

- and therefore 'Europe is Good for You'....

What say they now?:thinking:
 

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Does this include any contribution to the creation of a new EU military
or will THAT 5 billion+ be extra on top of this 3.475 billion? :rolleyes:

Fuck the EU and the treaties it rode in on!
 
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Does this include any contribution to the creation of a new EU military
or will THAT 5 billion+ be extra on top of this 3.475 billion? :rolleyes:

Fuck the EU and the treaties it rode in on!
Who knows?

We will have to wait and see..
 

Tadhg Gaelach

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Of course, it's completely meaningless to suggest that the "Irish economy" has a 600 million surplus. This is just a matter of multinationals laundering a greater amount of profits through here than debts. The actual Irish economy saw very little of all that.
 

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Of course, it's completely meaningless to suggest that the "Irish economy" has a 600 million surplus. This is just a matter of multinationals laundering a greater amount of profits through here than debts. The actual Irish economy saw very little of all that.
Exactly combined with greater scrutiny of off shore tax evasion by Congress in America and even the EU is getting fed up of it. Takes foreign govts to boost our tax intake necessary for the running of the state.
 

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Tusk the Civil servant is dictating policy to the EU and is about to start enlargement talks with North Macedonia. So Farage was right, the un-elected Civil servants are in charge n telling France n Holland what they will agree to and what they will do. The Irish civil n Public service have been dictating policy in this shit hole for years.
 
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