At Home in the EU

The Durk Pearson & Sandy Shaw®
Life Extension NewsTM
Volume 6 No. 2 • April–May 2003


At Home in the EU

People who want to work from home in Belgium must clean their house every day and are obliged to take a shower after a day’s work, have separate toilets for men and women, and post notices stating that it is forbidden to spit. Alcohol in a house is also strictly prohibited.
— Radio Vlaanderen International, as reported in Liberty

Comment: One wonders how the EUcrats enforce all this. Do they send inspectors to check how clean your house is or whether your body smells clean? Do they do DNA analyses for the spit? When regulations seem bad here, we just think about the EU . . . .

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