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#0343* – SPERONI UKIP’s ALIES In FARAGE’S Vile EFD GROUP

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 10/03/2011

#0343* – SPERONI UKIP’s ALIES In FARAGE’S Vile EFD GROUP!
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Clean EUkip up NOW make UKIP electable! 
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The corruption of EUkip’s leadership, 
their anti UKIP claque in POWER & the NEC 
is what gives the remaining 10% a bad name!
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Francesco Enrico SPERONI MEP – UKIP’s ALIES In Nigel FARAGE’S Vile EFD GROUP VOTES FOR CRIMINAL EXEMPTION FOR MEPs!!

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On top of all the other excesses from Viagra to Boob Jobs, Spa Holidays £76,000 a year unaccountable 4000 Account bunce, The 6000 Account Free Fun Travel obscene pensions, massive salaries relative to the work they do, now we have the obscene spectacle of The EFD members which is the group Farage set up for his enrichment with UKIP as passive gonadically challenged slime that his rump of MEPs are with their parasites and salaried praise singers all gathered in extremist racism, xenophobia and anti Judaism.

Now The EFD has fronted the passing of a law in the pretend parliament of The EU to LEGALISE Theft of public money by MEPs!

YOU couldn’t make it up could you – well no as they have already enshrined their rackets and crimes in law!

European Parliament to give German MEP Elmar Brok immunity from prosecution for tax evasion

Elmar brok wiki  Elmar Brok, here he is, plump and fabulously well-paid as only a German politician at the top of the European Parliament can be.
You know how these people live, so I don’t have to go into the details again: the pay, the expenses, the ever-increasing allowances for staff, the free travel, the free spa treatments, the pensions, the entertainment allowances, the special low rate of income tax.
But here is a new perk. The committee on legal affairs at the European Parliament has just decided that politicians such as Brok must have immunity from prosecution for tax evasion if the revenue authorities in their home country catch them trousering undeclared thousands.
I have it here, a report written for the committee by the Italian MEP Francesco Enrico Speroni (why am I not surprised that a right wing Italian politician — Speroni’s party is allied with Berlusconi — thinks politicians shouldn’t be hassled about income tax evasion?)
What makes this story doubly interesting for us is that Brok is the Euro-fanatic, the centralised-European-government ideologue, who was in and out of Number 10 during the last Government, reportedly helping Blair-Brown find a slippery way around giving the British people a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty.
The German authorities last September requested the European Parliament to waive the immunity from legal proceedings enjoyed by Brok and all other MEPs. The Public Prosecutor of Bielefeld wants to bring a criminal action against Brok for failure to report a €5,000 (£4,300) fee paid to him for giving a speech (one speech? Five k for 30 minutes? It was paid to him by HypoVereinsbank Group, a large Munich-based bank now owned by Italy’s Unicredit. There may be another story in there, but I’ll stick to the one about the tax for the moment).
The Public Prosecutor said in a letter to the committee that ‘it is not possible at this stage to exclude the possibility that he [Brok] has received additional income form similar sources of which the relevant tax authorities are as yet unaware.’
What was the committee’s response to that? Speroni declared the attempt at prosecution was ‘a clear case of fumus persecutionis.’ That means it showed signs of persecution for political reasons.
And the evidence of such persecution is what, exactly? That since the prosecutor hadn’t told Brok of all the evidence they had against him and the story had run in news reports, ‘It is therefore plain that the case is one of fumus persecutionis in that is appears the proceedings were brought with the sole aim of damaging the reputation of the Member concerned.’
So, the European Parliament will not lift Brok’s immunity from prosecution.
But did Brok take thousands from that Munich bank and fail to declare it on his income tax or did he not?
Err, he did. But according the the ever-forgiving Italian politician writing the report, yes, Brok did, but since Speroni maintains Brok only did it — this assertion hasn’t actually been tested in court, but Speroni is presenting it as fact — as an accidental omission and since the money was ‘a comparatively minor sum’ — again, in the world of the MEPs, €5,000/£4,300 is a minor sum, loose change so very easily overlooked — then it doesn’t warrant a prosecution. At least, not according to the moral measures of a politician allied with Berlusconi.
The parliamentary committee voted 15-0 in favour of the report. Of course they did.

To view the original CLICK HERE

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