EU Adds Cost of Migrant Welfare in Turkey to Brexit Bill

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 29, 2017

Women rule over you.

The whole world is responsible to pay for the welfare of Pakistanis and Afghanis that Turkey invited in to their country to use as an army to invade Europe.

Especially the British, given their role in the Crusades.


The bill for Britain’s Brexit divorce settlement is growing ever longer, with leaders in Brussels now saying that Britain should continue to pick up a portion of the tab for migrants living in Turkey beyond accession.

Initial demands that Britain should pay into the European Union’s seven-year Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) until it expires at the end of 2020 – a year after Brexit – have since expanded to include references to “issues resulting from” the budget, as well as those related to the European Investment Bank (EIB) and European Development Fund (EDF).

German representatives are now suggesting that “issues” may include the Facility for Refugees, paid to Turkey, which currently stands at some €3 billion, of which €1.5 billion has already been allocated and €777 million spent.

The member states are insisting that a financial settlement is reached before addressing questions of trade.

A senior EU official has admitted that it is impossible to calculate the full cost of “political commitments”, but warned that the other member states were determined to present a united front on the question of finance.

“What really surprised me was the unanimous view on the question of the financial settlement,” he said of a preparatory meeting to draw up negotiating guidelines.

“I have never seen net payers and net contributors working so closely together to make sure the financial settlement and a substantive decision on this should be part of this ‘sufficient progress’ [before the issue of trade talks can be raised].”

Prime Minister Theresa May has said that Britain will not pay to exit the EU, but will stand by her financial commitments. However, she has denied the commitments add up to €60 billion, as EU figures are suggesting.

I’ll believe Brexit when I see it.

As far as I can tell, all of this effort to draw it out forever is meant to figure a way to wiggle out of it.

Theresa May campaigned hard against Brexit, and now she’s responsible for doing it. And there is no evidence that she’s doing it.

Without a Nationalist Trump to enforce it, I just don’t see it ever really happening.

I think they’re going to declare a second vote, and make sure they get the outcome they want.