Monday, 7 June 2010

I fucking hate Belgians and the EU!


From Taking Liberties


"The EU court in Luxembourg has lodged two anti-smoking cases which could, in theory, lead to a ban on the sale of tobacco products across the EU

They also ask the court to examine if the sale of tobacco products goes against the Lisbon Treaty, the Charter of Fundamental Rights and the UN's 1989 Convention on the Rights of the Child".

I'll move from the EU if I have to. Who the fuck do these people think they are? Oh yes, it's the DEMOCRATIC DEFICIT OF THE EU!

Tell you what, FUCK OFF AND LEAVE ME ALONE YOU BUNCH OF NAZI CUNTS!

16 comments:

  1. Captain Haddock7 June 2010 at 19:06

    This news frankly surprises me ..

    The Belgians whom I know (admittedly Flemings, rather than Walloons) are in the majority avid smokers .. and amongst the nicest people I've ever had the pleasure of spending time with ..

    They, unlike the arrogant "surrender-monkey" Frogs .. remember & are conscious of the fact that Britain has liberated them twice .. They like the British & consider us to be very much like themselves ..

    I think this twat (probably a Walloon) is going to have his work cut out .. especially if he upsets the "Vlaamsblok" ...

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  2. Love it Sue and have linked - in a 'tongue in cheek' manner and trust you appreciate the humour!

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  3. A puffing revolution is round the corner. Every EU official is very much in the image of The Nazis.We just never learn. Herman Van Rompuy demanded sight of the emergency budget before Parliament. Ghastly creature.

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  4. Captain. I'm sure he's one off!

    Wfw... I'm in a ranting mood!

    OR. I detest the EU with every fabric of my being. It's evil and needs to die.

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  5. Ah, then you may not appreciate the humour!

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  6. I wonder if this Belgian judge has friends or family in Switzerland. That's where Big Pharma seem to hang out.

    I can't see them stopping people growing their own in many parts of Southern Europe. Greece grows hundreds of tons of the stuff (albeit Turkish tobacco). If they had a bit more gumption and enterprise about them, they wouldn't even need a bloody bailout ;-)

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  7. Just loved the final paragraph from the link.

    2.5bn Euro cost in healthcare/lost productivity due to smoking and 67 billion Euro in revenue from smoking.

    Europe going down the plug hole fiscally and they want to lose 64.5 bn from their coffers?

    One day the tumbrels will roll again and the hunting down of drones will be a full time occupation for a great number of us.

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  8. Captain Haddock said...
    The Belgians whom I know are in the majority avid smokers .. and amongst the nicest people I've ever had the pleasure of spending time with ..

    But Capt'n, your Belgians will not be of the Euro Ruling Class Clique of politicos and Beuroarses, intent on their own agenda. These two court cases are, methinks, the writing on the wall for legal smoking thoughout EUlandia.

    Good; currently laws of supply and demand make it insufficiently profitable for fag smugglers to bother with my particlar brand of choice, a complete ban will bring them to their senses.

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  9. I nearly choked on my rolly when I saw this Sue. Funny enough we, over at the F2C forum, were argueing the same thing, should we demand, as a pro-choice group, that they just ban all tobacco products outright instead of vilifying us smokers...sort of call the anti-smoker brigade's bluff. The debate is still ongoing at the forum but events may outstrip us as we argue the toss.

    Great blog by the way.

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  10. The judge is a paid-up member of the anti-smoking fraternity, Sue. Therefore corrupt and quite irredeemably mad.

    I love stories like this as they highlight these vicious, anti-social fucks for what they are.

    Glad you covered it. :-)

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  11. Ban smoking? Too great a loss in tax revenue, surely? Or does the EU govt not add a 1000 fold tax onto cigarettes like the US does? I quit smoking before I moved to the EU and now that I think about it, cigarettes are pretty cheap where I live... last time they were that cheap in the US I was about 16.

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  12. That he is, DP.

    Of course, anti-social is exactly what they are. Whilst we're all huddled outside our own homes being spat at in the street, we're not down the pub pulling together any kind of resistance against the Righteous (in theory).

    A very useful by-product of having us all literally gagging for nicotine replacements which don't work and aren't supposed to.

    I suspect a bit of gamesmanship here. Presumably, this ban won't go through and they'll proudly announce to all and sundry that smoking will only be banned in further places X, Y and Z. That way, they get to keep their blood money (sorry "duty") as well as - again, in theory - having us all paying through the nose for patches and gum in order to get ourselves back off the streets and out of the dark alleys.

    Not at all transparent, me thinks.

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  13. Captain Haddock7 June 2010 at 21:25

    Sadly, you're quite correct Banned ..

    Flemings really are second-class citizens (in every sense of the word) in their own country .. hence the need for the Vlaamsblok ..

    Meanwhile, I shall carry on regardless & smoke my Pipe .. I'd even be willing to go to prison rather than part with it .. cos, oddly enough, prison is the one place (apart from the taxpayer-subsidised bars in the HoC, of course) where one can smoke indoors ..

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  14. Mr MV and I went out the other evening to try the New Indian Curry House that has recently opened here. We got in and ordered our Cobra's and I noticed a no smoking sign.

    I was ready to get up and go except for the fact that I was extremely hungry, so I sat through the whole meal irritated and annoyed!

    I even told the waitress I was not coming again because of their no smoking rule. "Why do you think I live in Spain?" I said to her...

    The restaurant is practically empty every evening except for people picking up their takeaways.

    They won't last long.

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  15. Sue, I share your anti-EU rantings, but on this the EU is extremely unlikely to impose a ban because:

    1)the EU does not have the power to legislate for such a ban

    2) harmonising laws on tobacco and alcohol across member states is specifically excluded in the Lisbon Treaty.

    3) such an extreme decision would certainly be challenged (successfully) by the German Supreme Court.

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