EU is the biggest scam ever known

WHY DOES UK PAY SO MUCH AND GET SO LITTLE BACK?

WHO REALLY BENEFITS FROM THE EU’s MASSIVE £410 BILLION ‘ESI’ FUND?

HOW CAN REMAINER MPs JUSTIFY THIS TO THE BRITISH PEOPLE?

Today we complete our investigation of the EU’s massive £410 BILLION ‘ESI’ Fund. We show how the UK is the poor relation when it comes to receiving money from this fund, despite being the second biggest contributor to it.

To bring this home to British Remainer MPs – and to ordinary voters in the UK – we have taken the EU’s own data on this fund, as of 21 August 2018, and have expressed the information by household.

This shows a truer representation, because the UK is one of the largest countries in the EU. When you divide the figures by population, and compensate for the different sizes of household in each country, the information below is a very graphic demonstration of how the UK has been involved in a redistribution of wealth on a massive scale, from the UK to the majority of other EU countries.

BREXIT FACTS4EU.ORG SUMMARY

HIGHLIGHTS OF EU’S £410 BILLION “ESI FUND”

Estonians are biggest beneficiaries by household

Polish receive 10.7 times more than British

Even the rich Germans and Scandinavians benefit more than British households

UK is second-biggest net contributor in the EU

Yet the UK is the 26th country in terms of getting anything back from this fund

British households come 26th on the list

HOW DOES THIS RELATE TO THERESA MAY’S CHEQUERS PLAN?

All of this information relates to the EU’s current financial framework of 2014-2020 and it therefore encompasses what Theresa May is tying the UK into, if her Chequers Plan is adopted.

The UK will then continue paying into funds like these for the duration of Mrs May’s ‘Transition Period’ and probably for longer.

THE UK IS NOT ONLY SUBSIDIZING FORMER EASTERN BLOC COUNTRIES

Remarkably, the UK is not only subsidizing the more recently joined member states, former Eastern bloc countries such as Estonia, Poland and the Czech Republic. The richer countries also receive more per household than the UK does.

Below we show a few of these. Readers will note that France receives 61% more per household than the UK. Germany – the richest country in the EU – also manages to receive 18% more per household than the UK does. And all the Scandinavian countries do better than the UK, too.

BREXIT FACTS4EU.ORG SUMMARY

RICHER COUNTRIES BENEFIT MORE THAN UK

French households benefit by 60% more than British households

Polish : 10.7 times more than British

Spanish : 3.4 times more

Irish : 3.3 times more

Italians: 2.7 times more

Even the rich Germans and Scandinavians benefit more than British households

WHAT IS THE MONEY SPENT ON?

Yesterday we described the six components of this fund. Below is an example of one of the payments from the fund and the use to which it was put.

EXAMPLE – IMPROVING A ROAD IN NORTH-WEST ROMANIA

Last year the EU allocated €57 million from the ERDF part of the ESI Fund to pay for improvements to three sections of a Romanian road. The DN1C, in case you’re interested. The EU made this announcement in French, as they often do when they don’t want the press to report it.

“Travel time on the section between Baia Mare and Halmeu was to be reduced by six minutes, as was the travel time between Baia Mare and Satu Mare, which will also be cut by six minutes, while travel time between Satu Mare and Halmeu was to be reduced by three minutes.”

[Source: EU Commission]

We can only speculate on what the 400,000 plus Romanians now living in the UK make of travel times in some parts of the UK, which haven’t benefited from such generous EU funding. They might also feel that the quality of roads in some parts of their home country is now higher than in the UK.

OBSERVATIONS

THE TRANSFER OF WEALTH FROM THE UK ON A MASSIVE SCALE

Readers may wonder why it is that none of what we have reported in the last three days was made clear to the British electorate before they voted in the Referendum. If the public had been made aware of the degree to which UK taxpayers’ money has been stolen to benefit the other EU countries, the Leave result would have been even bigger than it was.

Perhaps I have answered my own question.

In the last three years we have striven to shine a bright, shining, Brexit light onto what EU membership really means for the UK.

[Sources: All data has been mined from official EU Commission sources] 06.50am, 23 Aug 2018

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