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Van Rompuy: a budget for the future

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So speaks an unelected idiot who has failed to get the EU budget and accounts signed off for nearly a decade.

Have we heard of you?

Who elected you?

How do we get rid of you?

The sooner this incompetent wanker is gone the better. Reply to the comment answer
~Farage for president [18.02.2013, 18:07]
Move back to the UK where you can live among the other British eurosceptics.

The process of deeper European integration will continue with or without the UK.
~Emanuel [18.02.2013, 22:03]
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Please BBN, close the comment section!!

@Farage for president: If you would be more informed (educated) you would be able to answer your question yourself. It is written in the treaties! And since when is the UK a republic? Otherwise your nickname doesnt make sense as the populist Farage (who is fighting the EU, but enjoys the privileges of the EU. Weird, but legal) cannot become president of the EU, because the UK is out (his demand) after he becomes prime minister in London....What do you want? Paradise in England or Farage as EU-president, or a new country, or or or? Reply to the comment answer
~Begging [18.02.2013, 19:23]
This is the same idiot who has proven over and over again that he can not comprehend articles over 50 words long due to attention span issues as well as being severely challenged in such concepts as seeking asylum and IMF loans. He also thinks 100% of Estonians have emigrated. Go figure.
~@Begging [18.02.2013, 21:07]
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People like Nigel Farage should be thrown out of the European Parliament.

British eurosceptics should not be given a seat in the European Parliament.

The UK will be more and more isolated as the Eurozone continues to expand. Latvia will adopt the Euro on 1 January 2014.

The EU will become more and more stronger as it pursues the process of deeper European integration. Reply to the comment answer
~Emanuel [18.02.2013, 21:59]
Emanuel, you're spreading hate here by yourself. Consider yourself a proper language to use for more European integration in the first place.

How is it at all helpful for people in Estonia to refer to some MP from the UK? I don't see any connection here.
~knut albers [18.02.2013, 22:14]
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Knut Albers,

I am from Romania and I am against British eurosceptics like Nigel Farage and the eurosceptic who is sending comments on this site.

Since the UK joined the EU in 1973 it has only tried to block the process of deeper European integration. Reply to the comment answer
~Emanuel [18.02.2013, 22:25]
Of course. You don't want that cash flow to tie down. Gypsies also got to have the right to travel freely even to Lapland if they want.
~von grumpy tox [18.02.2013, 23:23]
Typical bloody EU run by people like Van Rompuy!

Both Romania & Bulgaria should have been kicked out of the EU, by the EU's very own criteria for reform and the fight against corruption.

"The murder of a journalist in broad daylight in Sofia raised many questions. One is: has the EU lost its “stick” to pressure the latest newcomers to the EU? When Romania and Bulgaria joined the EU on 1 January 2007, shortcomings remained regarding judicial reform and the fight against corruption – and in the case of Bulgaria, the fight against organised crime.

A Cooperation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) was set up to assist both countries, comprising the right to use a special safeguard – the EU to refuse to recognise the decisions of Bulgarian or Romanian courts.

However this sanction cannot be triggered any longer, as the EU was able to use it only in the first three years following the accession.

The mafia has won, apparently…"

Isn't it true that the vast majority of Romanian politicians today are drawn from the former securitate, and that Romania is afraid to lift the lid on their past?

We are all in favour of limiting further economic migrants from Eastern Europe to the UK.
Also don't worry the EU is shit scared of the British leaving, because where would your Eastern European subsidies come from if it did?
~Kick Romania out [19.02.2013, 07:26]
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Mr UK citizen,

The UK will be more and more isolated as the European Union pursues the process of deeper European integration.

The UK does not want deeper European integration. However, the process will continue with or without the UK.

The EU should become the United States of Europe. Reply to the comment answer
~Emanuel [19.02.2013, 06:56]
Don't worry about esti=NO. He knows little of what he is talkinng about and is just trying to wind you up. That's all he/she/it ever does on this site.
~@Emanuel [19.02.2013, 08:25]
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Mr UK citizen,

If the UK does not want to participate in the process of deeper European integration it is free to leave the EU.

On 1 January 2014 Romanian citizens will have the right to work without a work permit in the UK and in EVERY EU Member State.

No EU Member State can impose restrictions on Romanian workers after 1 January 2014 because restrictions can only be imposed for a maximum of 7 years. Reply to the comment answer
~Emanuel [19.02.2013, 08:59]
Britain is not alone in wanting to deport Romanians, who get involved in crime.

France also had a crime wave of unwanted Roma who wandered into local supermarkets helping themselves to whatever they could sell on.
Then there are the ones begging in the metro in Paris, helping themselves to the UK benefit system and shipping the cash back to Romania, where the boss just builds a nice villa, then there are the 1000s of Polish families back in Poland, living off the UK family allowance system, because of course Poland doesn't have anything like as generous or civilised system.

It's time the richer members put a stop to all this abusive rubbish, and it's going to be introduced throughout the richer members of the EU pretty soon, whether Brussels likes it or not.

Britain has a suprising number of people throughout the EU who support Cameron's stand and want change.

It's called consensus.
Ever heard of it in backward corrupt Romania or Estonia?
~what about France [20.02.2013, 10:52]
Ha, ha, ha. All your tripe and now you exalted leader is in India and can't bend over enough and take it up the backside to allow increased Indian immigration. Regarding Poles, they are doing the work in England that you fat, lazy three-generations-haven't-done-a-day's-work between them can't or won't do.
~Yeah, right [20.02.2013, 11:30]
Thanks to the hard working British we still have companies like Rolls Royce aero engines in the UK, which probably has more turnover than the entire Estonian economy.

It might suprise you, but those "POLES" you talk about are overwhelmingly in low skilled jobs for economic migrants, nowhere near the sectors that make up large proportions of British exports, like MUSIC, TRANSPORT, MOTORSPORT or AERO.

We also happened to have INVENTED the jet engine under Frank Whittle, so your stupid baltic finger in ur ass, criticism is what?
Jealousy?

Do you actually make ANYTHING in Estonia?

You heard Honda make cars in Swindon, because of the highly skilled work force.

LAMER! You just make me laugh!

"Regarding Poles, they are doing the work in England that you fat, lazy three-generations-haven't-done-a-day's-work between them can't or won't do"
Estonia doesn't even have an industry, and neither do any of the Baltic states worth mentioning.

You spend your lives freeloading off hard working people like us.
Then coming out with rubbish like that?
~stupid Estonian bastards [20.02.2013, 21:12]
I am an American living here and have been reading this site for a while and dude, you’ve got one big chip on your should a mile wide. No wonder no one takes you seriously besides Emanuel and he will soon learn that you are not worth it. I notice you don’t post on ERR. I guess the editorial control there keeps your venom out.

I also see you like to make ridiculous comparisons, such as the UK (63 million people) vs. Estonia (1.3 million). What’s next? Comparing Vatican City to Germany? (’Yeah, Pope. You aint got nothin on the Germans. I mean, when was the last time Vatican City built thousands of tanks and rumbled the continent?’). If you like comparisons so much, let’s do just that between my country and yours. What is the UK compared to America? You know the answer already: pretty much nothing. You also know how it goes: the US President tells your PM to jump and the only correct response is to ask how high. That’s what lapdogs do.
~@stupid Estonian bastards [21.02.2013, 14:28]
"You also know how it goes: the US President tells your PM to jump and the only correct response is to ask how high. That’s what lapdogs do."

I don't know about the UK, but under the surface, the NATO partners alone are of such odds currently that it would be very difficult for the States to enforce their interests compared to the Nineties at least.

And whether the transatlantic free trade zone ever realized, is considerable questionable, due to the major differences over rules and standards.

But never say never.
~knut albers [21.02.2013, 15:37]
"the US President tells your PM to jump and the only correct response is to ask how high".

haha, that made me laugh.
The President of the united states that can't even get a single one of his so called policies through congress, because the political system is gridlocked, while the BOE is happy to hire a Canadian.

It speaks volumes

You really are stupidly arrogant in the USA if you think we are so naive as to believe his crap about "sandy" being caused by global warming, the hottest year ever 2012, and all the hotchpotch of half digested and recycled trash that he decided to vomit in his recent speeches.

Your president is already history and the nobel peace prize was like something straight out of George Orwell.

I mean did't you get it, the old stuff about US influence and England died in the war of independence, but you STILL keep going on about it, as though we were back in 1780 or so.

Get over it.
Cameron isn't interested in the another country that is built on fiat paper, and has no real wealth at all.

The USA IS BANKRUPT.

Didn't you see the multi trillion debt that's increasing by the minute, and you are actually PROUD of this?

When the bond market crashes in the next 3-4 months we wil SEE who really has cash in the bank.
It will be those like Russian and China with major gold reserves, not the USA and not the UK or any of the current ugly triplet of "reserve currencies".

That is why Germany has just repatriated all its gold reserves.
~baratt o dummer [21.02.2013, 23:46]
I really hit a raw nerve, didn’t I? I mean, I just got done showing you how subordinate your country and its PM are to the US and you go off about global warming and Nobel Peace prizes. Better worry more about how Cameron is playing the fellatrix to the Indians to try and win a few chimp contracts.

As far as strength goes, face it, the way your goverment keeps cutting defense, you will soon be begging Uncle Sam to come over the Pond and bail your sorry asses out a third time. As it is, we are already making contingency plans to throw you a few bones when the Argies finally make their move on the Falklands. No one fears your country anymore.
~@baratt o dummer [22.02.2013, 11:04]
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"On 1 January 2014 Romanian citizens will have the right to work without a work permit in the UK and in EVERY EU Member State"

Well I have news for you.

They are drafting legislation in the UK parliament right now to keep "entitled" wankers like you out, and make it 100x more difficult to claim on our overly generous benefit system which you have all abused into massive deficit land.

It only takes a certain number of freeloaders like you to push British citizens over the limit, and we're utterly fucked off with people like you going on about "your rights" when you don't even remotely apply those rights to foreigners living in your countries.

HEY. How about an automatic passport for a child born to foreign parent in Estonia or Latvia?

NO FUCK THEM, what are they doing here anyway??
If they don't like it they can leave!!

Hey go fix your own countries before starting to criticise ours, when we're paying for you to get out of your pampers and go to a potty like normal kids! Reply to the comment answer
Mr UK citizen,

Romanian citizens will be allowed to work without a work permit in the UK starting on 1 January 2014.

The UK cannot impose restrictions on Romanian workers after 1 January 2014 because it is illegal according to the Accession Treaty that Romania and all EU Member States signed in April 2005.

You British will be more and more isolated as the Eurozone continues to expand.

Latvia will adopt the Euro on 1 January 2014. Lithuania plans to adopt the Euro in 2015. Poland plans to adopt the Euro in 2017.

The UK will be more and more isolated and might even lose Scotland in 2014.

Enjoy your isolation British eurosceptics!
~Emanuel [20.02.2013, 13:26]
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To the British Eurosceptic,

Why do you live in Estonia if you criticise and hate Estonians so much?

Since you love the UK very much you should move back to the UK and live in isolation among the other British Eurosceptics.

Remember that the process of deeper European integration will continue within the EU. Your island, Great Britain, will be more and more isolated.

Enjoy your isolation, British Eurosceptic!! Reply to the comment answer
~Emanuel [21.02.2013, 07:48]
He doesn't live here anymore. That is why he is out of touch with what is really happening these days and relies only on the news.
~@ [21.02.2013, 11:57]
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You are clearly from the Romanian masturbation army.

What is bothering the French is quite clearly it's the titanic country in the EU that has had it too good too long.

It is the FRENCH are losing industry, skilled workers, and lots of money racking up massive deficits on old fashioned bad practices.
Where are the French going?

To London you fuckin idiot!

What is bothering the French more and more is how Merckel AGREES wholeheartedly with the UK position and wants the whole EU to get real and start reining in spending.

It is you in Romania that is dreaming on how to get rich like you did when you once blew ALL your oil wealth in the past.

All your crap about the great EU integration is just desperation, because you can't get on the EU bandwagon and get money thrown at you.
Do we care?
NO.

As far as we are concerned you should stay a backward semi EU backwater, and have to work for your living, like the rest of us, even if it takes you 50 years.

There are NO MORE freebies.
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~romanian wankers [21.02.2013, 23:32]
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We need Britain in the European Union. No doubt, and we need their criticism, because with this they open sometimes our eyes for the mistakes in the EU. Britain, stay.
My problem is the through corrupted commission, what really doesn´t care about anything than only their income, paid by lobbyists and supported by big banks.
Estonians chances to get something through in this EU are very small. Think about this. Reply to the comment answer
~scheileke [04.03.2013, 11:20]
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Now the EU promised Ukraine the entry into the EU. I believe "Voshd" would be very happy. He died today in the year 1953. Reply to the comment answer
~scheileke [05.03.2013, 11:52]
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