You’ll see from some of my other posts here that I’m no great fan of the European Union: it really is nothing less than a ‘soft dictatorship’, with tens of thousands of unelected, extremely well-paid and institutionally corrupt apparatchiks (about 45,000 at the last count according to Craig & Elliott in their book “The Great European Rip-Off”) invading and intruding in to every nook and cranny of your life and mine.
No surprise then to learn from today’s Daily Telegraph (link below) that the apparatchiks will be spending more of our taxes on looking for people like me here on the internet, to check out what we’re saying about the European Union – and then to develop their own
propaganda “communication” accordingly. Bloody scary if you ask me, but perfectly consistent with the ethos of the ‘tyranny of Brussels’ (to use Boris Johnson’s term).
PS Did you know that, again according to Craig & Elliott, the European Commission spends some €3 billion per year on