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Europe's taxpayer parents to be charged just €1,500 each for 'free' €479 Interrail passes

Friday, September 30, 2016 23:03
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A wizard new scam dreamt up by Herr Juncker, the EU's senior unelected official, will see each of Europe's taxpayers paying an additional €1,500 a year – in return for which all EU children will, on reaching the age of 18, be given a €479 Interrail pass. 

Explaining the discrepancy in cost, an anonymous EU spokesperson explained that taxpayers would have to pay for all non-taxpayers and the French, and that the EU administration costs of €500 per pass included a signed photograph of Herr Juncker and a signed bound guide to the Standing Committees of the European Parliament as an 18th birthday gift. “The important thing” they said “is that the Interrail pass appears to these credulous youngsters as a gift from the unelected President, rather than something for which their taxpayer parents will pay through the nose”.  

Youngsters in countries having no participating rail networks will be instead given some bus tickets and an additional signed bound copy of the Official Guide to the Flag, Anthem and Motto of the EU.


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