Friday, March 9, 2012

European Commission finds it difficult to explain its funding for homosexual lobby groups

It was of course never to be expected that the European Commission, as a reply to critical questions from the European Parliament with regard to the generous funding it is handing out to ILGA-Europe (a homosexual lobby group), would openly acknowledge to have committed a misuse of budgetary funds. But if replies to parliamentary questions are evasive and not to the point, this can be viewed as a clear indication that the Commission finds it very difficult to explain to the public what it is doing.

Click here for an interesting article with the official asked questions of MEP Godfrey Bloom to the European Commission, the answers of different European Commissioners. Unfortunately it shows a lack of transparency in spending money, a strange relations with the Civil Society and a low level of democracy. This all in times of economic crisis where lots of money seemed to be wasted....... 

(Source: turtlebay and beyond)

1 comment:

  1. Hello ,

    There is a big problem of discrimination in Republic of Moldova,

    link http://stop-terorism.blogspot.com/2012/03/skip-to-main-content-site-ul-vechi.html

    John Onoje , was discriminated by comunist party in Chisinau,with rassist declaration of Vladimir Voronin,the leader of communists.

    Also he was tortured in street by communists agents of Voronin.

    Is it ok to complain to CEDO,or can you help John Onoje to obtain Political asylum in Germany?

    John Onoje asked people,and protested in street for Moldova to join NATO and EU,and he protested against russian ocupation teritory of Transnistria, OSCE also is against ocupation.

    Please write me if you can help John Onoje in one way,at puscasuvlad@ymail.com

    or write for political asylum in EU,in Germany.He is originar from Sierra Leone, and his parents were killed there in civil war for diamonds.

    Best regards,

    Puscasu Vlad Irimie

    Prolife Romania
    Ion Ratiu Foundation activist
    Human Rights Activists Romania
    Cluj Napoca

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