Impending new EU law
Do you get the impression that the previous poster has a mental handicap ? or maybe English is not his native speak !! What would be your guess ? possibly Yiddish ? , Asian ? Jerkonese ? or maybe just a plain old comman or garden TROLL ?
Last chance guess ;- enter here :-
At first I suspected troll, as the surname looked like something you might get left with on the Scrabble rack if you are unlucky, but then I noticed the highlighted web link - so I guess it is just another resident of Spamsville.
Occasionally the powers that be have a clean up, so it may disappear one day.
It has been approx 6 months since we have received a serious/sensable post on this site regarding the current status of automotive legislation emminating from the EU temple of terror in Brussels. So, is it time for an update ? just to be on the safeside. When we last considered the situation, most people appeared to let out a "PHEW" of releaf when the authorities offered to back-off and reconsider the draft proposal taking our comments into account. Several people assumed that the battle was won and it was time to put the picks,shovels and sawn-off shot-gun back in the shed, resuming a quiet orderly existance tinkering in the garage. But ! that was only a respite while the EU retreated, licked it's wounds and organized a new battle- plan to enforce total harmonization of automotive policy. Having come up against a surprising wall of resistance in Great-Britain, something hard to envisage by Europeons who have virtually no enthusiast following or industry they have now started a new approach IE :- break down the smaller countries first, which will strengthen their case to over-come the UK in the long- run .Just take a look at the latest offering to Ireland on a similar basis and give us your opinion, and don't say oh! that only applies to Ireland because in the end the EU wants to paint us all with the same brush .See:- http://www.rsa.ie/documents/consultation/consulta
I have been trying to post an image for days but without success , here goes again, wish me luck !
Great ! It worked at last, I will try one more for practice
As I sit here rereading previous posts concerning the drama of EU intervention into our MOT situation ,it is approx 6 months down the road since everyone went "PHEW" and hoped that the problem had been kicked into the long grass. I have to raise a smile as apparently we are now back in sqre 1 with the EU implementing more additions to the programme this week, see the Daily-Mail article today regarding the new MOT reg's :- "http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article.2295982/ drivers-face-Mot-failure". If you thought your classic/ modified automobile was safe , think again ! the EU is coming to get you this week and again in September (thats if they are still in existance by then) according to the AA, who seldom tell you anything until it is too late.