It doesn't mean they are not after us.
- The EU commission decides that a British food company has breached regulations, and bans their products for export.
- Britain's Food Standards Agency, checks out the company and gives it a clean bill of health.
- The company takes the commission to the Court of First Instance and wins
- The Commission fails to accept their mistake
- The commission decides to fine the UK food safety authorities, despite nobody ever having been in danger
- The EU's Food and Veterinary Office decides to audit the UK's entire cheese industry
- Our own Department of Health, bows to EU bullying and passes a new regulation banning trade by the company in question
Why do we want to trust these institutions with any more power, when they quite obviously cannot be trusted with that which they have?
The moral of this story is not just that the EU is morally corrupt, but that our own officials are quislings and turncoats who fail to stand up for the people who pay their wages.
Hat Tip Tim Worstall