"All empires have their day and the EU has passed it's peak. And who would invest in an organisation that has never published an audited set of accounts and it run by elected and unaccountable people who cannot even decide which headquarters to use? Madness, total madness.."
You know that none of that is true, right? You're just saying it for comedy effect surely?
The accounts are audited and the results of the audit are published on the website of the court of auditors. It's an established thing.
I think you made a typo in your second statement, but nevertheless, people are elected. We elect MEPs and the council is made up of the elected heads of each state.
As to the headquarters - changing that requires a treaty change, which thanks to the UK now requires referendums to be held to be allowed to pass.
There was also a plan to make the president electable. Guess which country vetoed it? Starts with 'United'.
I don't know what's scarier - that you either believe this stuff to be true despite it clearly not being so, or that you expect others to believe it. Which is it?