The EU not the UK is blocking citizens rights.

Yesterday, the Telegraph reported that it was the EU, not the UK, that has been blocking citizens rights.

Revealed: How EU has been secretly plotting to block Theresa May over EU migrants for weeks

They report that “The EU has been plotting for weeks to thwart Theresa May’s plans to secure a deal for British expats in Europe and migrants in the UK.”

Allegedly documents seen by the Telegraph disclose that Mrs May made exactly the same demand to Donald Tusk, the European Council president, at a meeting three weeks earlier. The EU had privately decided to block any deal, leaked documents show, but did not want to reveal such a move publicly.

For weeks, we have endured a barrage of people crying out against the UK government, calling for the rights of the UK and European migrant rights to be safeguarded, Yet all along it has beenBrusselss that has been blocking this move.

Will we now hear a rush to apologise to Theresa May and her government… not likely! No, they will just move on quietly not daring to speak out against the EU, not daring to call then out for their bullying stans on Brexit. Not they will move n to find some other fault with Britan, something else to bring us down.

EU Bullies.

Jean-Claude Juncker and his bullying buddies in the EU need someone to stand up to them.

It is becoming increasingly clear that the EU intend to make Brexit as painful as possible, and are (unless stopped) going to do all they can to break the UK. From exorbitant cash demands to restrictions on our right to negotiate with the rest or the world.

Unless you stand up them, bullies continue to bully and will do the same not only to us but any other nation that might want its freedom.  We must, stand up to the bullies and say enough is enough.

Britain should not have to doff the cap to Brussels and say “yes sir,” and “no sir,” If they do not like us leaving…. tuff. We should not kowtow, and must not give in.

If they are going to demand a separation payment, then we should put the one twenty-seventh share of the assets of the EU that we own up on eBay for sale, and pay them out or the proceeds.

 

It would be worth the £50 billion.

Jean-Claude Juncker, has warned Britain that the EU is expecting a big fat payoff if Britan is going to get out of the EU.

Yesterday, while Speaking to the Belgian federal parliament, Juncker spoke of his personal sadness about Brexit but insisted that the UK would not be able to negotiate a “cut-price or zero-cost” exit.

Juncker said Britain would have to pay a high price for the commitments which it entered into while a member state.

As I understand it, there is no contractual or treaty requirement for the UK to pay anything to leave the EU.

The EU may argue that there are projects that we agreed to contribute to while a member and we should now continue to pay. They might like to have thought about that before they started to cut funding fo UK science, while we still have at lease two years involvement in the EU.

We might also ask if we are going to still be able to benefit from the projects. If not, maybe those who will benefit should be taking up the slack.

They say there are pensions to be paid for, for employees that served during the 45 years that we were a member. Should not contributions have been paid for these pensions at the time of the employment, or in this just more European miss management? You should not pass on to your children the bill for the people who you employed. There are other considerations that might be taken into account. How about the fact that we are, presumably part owners of all of the EU positions, land building capital, etc. Are we not

There are other considerations that might be taken into account. How about the fact that we are, presumably part owners of all of the EU positions, land building capital, etc. Are we not due a fair shares of these assets or the value thereof?

The EU have been talking about a sum of around £50 billion as a bill to be presented to Theresa May when she launches withdrawal talks.

To me it seems that to charge us £50 billion to leave the EU, with no prior arrangement having been made, is beyond a joke. However, it would be a price worth paying to get our freedom back. When you sell yourself into servitude, it is hard and expensive to get out.

But come on Teresa, tell them we will pay, when we get our share of the assets of the EU.