26 Nov

This questionnaire is designed to test your knowledge and opinions of the EU.  On completion it should be forwarded to your MEP for correction. Please give your opinion by ticking either T (true) or F (false) for each proposition.


1    Greece falsified its statistics in order to “qualify” for entry to the euro.

2    EU leaders KNEW this (like almost everyone else), but ignored it.

3    The EU’s OWN economists had told them that Greece and others could not live in the Eurozone alongside Germany.

4    Ergo, the EU elite connived in a LIE about the finances of Greece and the future of the euro..

5    Once Greece was in the Eurozone it spent money wildly and wastefully with many people retiring at 50, a bloated and overpaid civil service, civil servants who often didn’t bother to turn up, pensions bequeathed to relatives and so on.

6    The EU elite knew all this but DID NOTHING EFFECTIVE about it.

7    Now European taxpayers are having to pay BILLIONS to bail out feckless countries that vastly overspent.

8    The EU elite that lied and ignored these deep problems have been utterly incompetent guardians’ of EU taxpayers’ money. More than incompetent, they have been party to DEFRAUDING many millions of taxpayers for their own ambitions and political ends.

9    The VAST payouts of taxpayers’ money to bail out Greece, Ireland and soon Belgium, Portugal, Spain and Italy DO NOTHING TO FIX THE UNDERLYING PROBLEMS as highlighted in 3 above. This policy therefore represents an appalling further waste of money and merely postpones difficult decisions that EU leaders must make, and should in fact have made YEARS ago.

10    According to the EU’s OWN RULES it is ILLEGAL to “bail out” a bankrupt country. Despite this, the EU countries have bailed out Greece and now Ireland. Mr Van Rompuy was charged with finding a way that this could be done legally. Frau Merkel has suggested that the Lisbon Treaty be amended to allow bailouts to be done legally. How she proposes to amend this Treaty without the consent of member countries is a mystery.

11    The EU elite, knowingly having illegally bailed out Greece and now Ireland should be arrested en masse for illegal use of public money. The EU is very strong on law, except apparently for itself when it suits it.

12   The policies of the EU and national leaders have led to social and economic meltdown in most of Southern Europe and all based on a policy to zealots to create a United States of Enrope for which NOT ONE SINGLE EUROPEAN CITIZEN HAS VOTED.

13   In pursuit of this insane and quasi-fascist aim the EU and the Merkozy troika removed Mr Papandreou from his post (he was the democratically-elected PM of Greece) and replaced him with an ex ECB, Goldman-Sachs crony, Mr Papademos, who was Governor of the Bank of Greece at the time the country was preparing for entry to the euro and who therefore KNEW that its “statistics” were lies. Papandreou’s heinous crime was to suggest offering a referendum on the euro to his people.


12    The EU has failed to get its accounts signed off for the nth year in succession; NO PRIVATE CONCERN COULD GET AWAY WITH THIS.

13    At this time of economic crisis the EU has spent SIX BILLION EUROS (Yes, that is SIX THOUSAND MILLION) on a new diplomatic service, including the placing of FORTY-SIX “diplomats” on Barbados and over FIFTY on Madagascar.

14    The number of EU citizens demanding this vast expenditure must be microscopic; though nobody knows for sure since the EU would never dream of asking its paymasters their opinion.

15    Europe is going through the worst period of financial chaos since WWII. Jobs are being lost almost everywhere; many EU countries are technically bankrupt; people’s living standards and public services are being drastically cut, except it seems in the EU in Brussels.

16    The EU has just won a court case against the people that finance it, the national governments. As a consequence, EU workers will receive a payrise backdated to last year with interest of 3.7% at a time of desperate economic hardship for many millions of EU citizens.

17    The head of the vast new “diplomatic” organisation is a Brit who has NEVER BEEN ELECTED to any post of significance and earns more than TWICE as much as ANY European leader, plus very considerable expenses. She is far from unique in the EU circle of the elite.

18    EU workers receive extraordinary perks (benefits) and also pay around 8% income tax. Very few of their electors (who pay their wages) benefit from anything like this sort of remuneration.

19    Peter Mandelson RESIGNED from his post as Commissioner to become an English Lord. Since his ludicrous remuneration for this was LOWER than his EU income the EU is paying him around £62,000 of taxpayers’ money for FOUR years to make up the difference, EVEN THOUGH HE RESIGNED.

20    The above-mentioned practice amounts to institutionalised THEFT of taxpayers’ money.

21    The EU has just created an English-language website to inform us of how wonderful they are. In other words, WE are paying to have EU PROPAGANDA shoved down our throats.

22    The EU paying some 300,000€ for a dogs’ home in Poland at a time when millions of people in Europe are suffering real economic hardship is just one example of frivelous use of taxpayers’ money.


23   Mr van Rompuy, unelected “President” from a failing and disintegrating state (is this the reason for his obsession?), has said that “The nation states are dead.” He and the EU elite seek the creation of a
European “superstate” controlled from Brussels.

24   Mr Van Rompuy has presumably informed President Sarkozy, Chancellor Merkel and other EU leaders personally that their states “are dead”. Their reactions have not been published so far.

25   This agenda was denied by the EU elite for many decades, which of course represents yet another LIE.

26   This unelected “President” earns more than any national leader in the EU. This is to give the impression that he is more important, since clearly the more money you are paid the more important you must be.


27    MEPs have just demanded a near 6% increase in the EU budget.

28    In this they are certainly not reflecting the wishes of the majority of their electors.

29    Many turn up in Brussels, sign on to qualify for their attendance allowance and then go away.

30    I do not know of any other profession where you get paid a vast salary and expenses and then EXTRA MONEY just for attending a meeting.

31    Most people haven’t got the foggiest idea who is supposed to be “representing” them in Brussels.

32    The EU as it stands is a top-down decision-making organisation whose leaders have a degree of self-righteousness (“Only we know what is good for you.”) that has to be suffered to be believed.

33    MEPs do not take their electors wishes into account.

34    The EU hates referendums since they give an opportunity to the people to express their opinion and actually make a decision. Naturally they can’t be trusted with decisions.

35    When a referendum goes against the EU the usual reaction is to oblige the country involved to do it again and again till the “right” answer is produced. In this the EU is a laughing stock, but the elite do not care as long as they get their way

36    MEPs periodically flog up and down from Brussels to Strasbourg. Sitting in Strasbourg is supposed to be some sort of symbol, but I don’t know of any voters who were asked if they wanted to pay through the nose for a symbol at vast expense, not least in carbon emissions.

37 MEPS just got £5,700 for Christmas, the back payment of a 3.7% payrise to get which they sued their employers – us – through the European courts. They also have a new expenses system giving them £91,000 per annum WITHOUT ALL THAT BORING BUSINESS OF PRODUCING ANY RECEIPTS. This on top of their salaries which take them as near as dammit to £200,000 pa. And for WHAT, exactly? For protecting OUR interests? Really, They just demanded an increase of SIX PERCENT in the EU budget ….. BRITAIN CURRENTLY PAYS FIFTY-THREEE MILLION POUNDS PER DAY TO BRUSSELS. Some of this it “gets back” – i.e. is spent on projects in Britain decided on by the EU. This still leaves over TWENTY MILLION GBP NET to Brussels EVERY SINGLE DAY OF THE YEAR.


37    Leadership in the modern world is too-often characterized by greed, arrogance and incompetence. These are qualities that the EU elite has demonstrated in abundance.

38    The EU elite has totally and utterly FAILED the people of Europe and is not fit for purpose.

39    Most people believe in cooperation within Europe, but not in a European superstate ruled from Brussels, a country both disintegrating and vastly indebted.

40    The EU elite has completely destroyed the faith that many ordinary people had in the EU as primarily a “common market”.

My overall reaction to the EU elite and its management of the EU is as follows. (Please tick ONE box – or BOTH F & G if preferred.)

A) In general I am very pleased with the EU leadership.

B) I am quite pleased, even if some things could be improved.

C) I don’t care much either way. They can get on with it as far as I’m concerned.

D) I am not very pleased with the way the EU is run.

E) I am very dissatisfied indeed about the way that my money is being spent.

F) It is such a corrupt, wasteful and undemocratic shambles that we have to abolish it up and start again. My country is certainly better off outside the EU AS IT IS CURRENTLY RUN. I am profoundly disappointed.

G) I am disgusted at the EU elite’s arrogance, incompetence, dishonesty and venality. I want cooperation and a “common market” in Europe, but NOT under these circumstances.

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Posted by on November 26, 2010 in European Union


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6 responses to “EU QUESTIONNAIRE

  1. serg

    November 30, 2010 at 7:01 am

    i think its a little suspicious that certain countries like greece, italy, portugal, spain etc are in trouble. its almost like it was planned by the bigger european countries like germany. Northern european countries have always been more spoiled and seem to avoid crisis like this. The world is out of control and its quite strange and suspicious if you ask me.

  2. Chris Snuggs

    November 30, 2010 at 7:40 am

    Those countries have (THANKFULLY!) very different cultures. It just so happens that the Germans are organised, efficient and “serious”. The same cannot always be said for some of the others. When Greece joined the euro (the wisdom of this was always debateable) they thought that membership of the same club as Germany had by miracle automatically given them the same standard of living as Germany, conveniently forgetting that this was based largely on its industry, machine-tools, heavy manufacturing, cars and so on. So the Greek government gave the civil service large payrises, permitted the development of what in Britain are known as “Spanish practices” such as not turning up for work but without any sanctions, retiring at 50 and the most unbelievable of all allowing people to bequeath their pensions to relatives … in short, Greece TOTALLY LIVED BEYOND ITS MEANS, favouring above all civil servants (as in most failing countries) and vastly increasing its public debt. This, the Germans HAVE NOT DONE. There is no conspiracy, no suspicion. Greece is perfectly free to organise its finances as it wishes, but not at the expense of others. It should not be in the euro and the bailout will not help it. Isn’t there a saying in the Bible? “God helps those who help themselves.” Everyone must LIVE WITHIN HIS MEANS, including the Greeks, even IF they are in the same currency as Germany. I hope people do not start to criticize Germany for being relatively rich. They have FEW natural resources, little gas or oil, yet are the number two or three exporters IN THE WORLD. Give them some credit!!!!

    PS When I refer to “Greeks”, I mean of course those with POWER and MONEY (which usually go together). The average working-class Greek is TOTALLY INNOCENT for the disaster that has fallen on them. The rich and powerful have been so greedy and stupid that they deserve a revolution to confiscate all their wealth and send them to work in olive orchards … but that’s up to the Greeks to sort out ….

  3. Santiago

    December 29, 2010 at 10:05 pm

    Mr AEP may be repetitive but Winston Churchill also was in respect of Hitler quite sometime before WWII started.

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