So it seems that women’s sanitary products have been subject to VAT all this time. Books are not subject to this tax. Books are important but not essential, the blood plug is essential for women who like to wear white trousers, or anything that isn’t blood leak coloured.
I didn’t know since I had no reason to ever buy the snuff movie mouse packs but apparently women have been paying VAT on a thing they have no choice but to buy. The other choice would be to wear blood coloured pants every month. The fanny vole, with its tail hanging out, is not a luxury. It’s an essential and should not be taxed.
Osborne, the man whose personal dickiness dwarfs the retarded tadpole between his legs, claims he tried to get rid of that daft tax and then we have the pretence of ‘Oh, the EU won’t let us‘.
As anger mounted today the EU put out a statement clarifying its position and insisting that it will bring forward new laws allowing member states to scrap VAT on tampons.
Allowing. Get it yet? Osborne can make all the pronouncements he wants. He can promise anything but he, like the rest of Gubblement, can only do what the EU allows them to do.
Who runs this country? It’s not me. It’s not you. It’s not even the people you vote for.
Want your country back? A month from now you get your one and only chance to do it.
But hey, maybe don’t bother. Perhaps you like living the old Soviet way.
It’s actually better than what we have coming.