As if we needed another reminder that it’s all about global government and the vast sums of money needed to sustain it.
Due to Brexit and other new commitments, the EU will soon be short of € 25 billion, reports The GWPF.
EU Budget Commissioner Günther Oettinger, therefore, wants to introduce new revenues for the EU in form of a climate tax.
In addition, he wants to take Brexit as an opportunity to remove not only Britain’s EU rebate but similar discounts for other EU member states.
“When the British leave, the rebate negotiated by Maggie Thatcher falls away; I want to use this opportunity to cancel all discounts, including those for Denmark and Germany,” Oettinger told SPIEGEL.
“After the departure of the British, we are likely to be short of at least € 10 billion a year,” he said. “I can imagine that…
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