Failed Labour candidate and NO2EU campaigner Sharon Ellul Bonici takes EU funding for her childcare centre business

Published: January 24, 2013 at 2:58pm

Failed Labour MEP candidate and frenzied NO2EU activist Sharon Ellul Bonici, whose childcare business Stepping Stones will be a direct beneficiary of Joseph Muscat’s childcare plans, received EU funding to open up her childcare centres.

She has broken the rules by failing to publicise the fact that her business is EU-funded (there is a special info-graphic which all such businesses are required to use).

Here is the information erdf_list_beneficiaries_oct11

So Sharon Ellul Bonici, who bust a gut screaming around Malta with her NO2EU microphone in 2003, went on to milk the EU cow to the max as her Plan B when her Plan A failed.

In this she follows the glorious (public) example of Joseph Muscat, Louis Grech and Edward Scicluna – none of whom, incidentally, have yet said: “Boy, I really f**ked up when I voted against EU membership.”

12 Comments Comment

  1. H.P. Baxxter says:

    Oh well, I used “haxxejja” as literary language, but it seems I couldn’t have been more technically accurate.

  2. Jozef says:

    Edward Scicluna keeps sending me flyers to a ‘diskussjoni fuq l-EU’.

    Free transport, as well as his office address, included.
    ‘Bieb ahmar magenb il-knisja’

    I’m at flyer number three , discussions in localities belonging to the same district.

  3. Tinnat says:

    Yes, and has she told her employers in Brussels that she runs a money-making business and sought their authorisation, as she is obliged to do by the Staff Regulations?

  4. Radagast the brown says:

    I like the two “c” bit-tikka on top of Joseph’s head.

  5. ciccio says:

    Opportunisti u bla principji. Isthu.

    Mur gibhom fit-tmexxija. Kemm se jahtfu.

  6. Pro says:

    She had better check whether her facilities are meeting the toddlers’ and babies’ needs.

  7. Vanni says:

    So Cain’s Europe (the sentiment remains the same) did come through after all. Parasites the lot of them.

    Wonder what will come out next? KMB earmarked as EU Commisioner?

  8. C Falzon says:

    Maybe one should also be asking who will be supplying the tablets. Seems like there might be a contract of sorts already in place with a price of 375 Euro per unit.

    No need to ask who will be recovering the ones accidentally flushed down the toilet though.

  9. david says:

    The never-ending gravy train. Amazing.

  10. Chris says:

    The board behind Muscat- “erezzjoni” – says it all.

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