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Will UK Divorce E.U.
« on: January 28, 2013, 08:59:14 PM »

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Julian S. 3 hours ago


The EU is not a union of the people but a union of financial and econmic powers. The only interest of the EU-leaders is to keep this power. No matter the human or social costs. The only goal is to hold the dying financial system (debts and interest) as long as they can. Because this system is the foundation of the growing wealth of the rich in every western country. No western country is interested in the wealth of their people or society. They are only interested in keepting the rich rich.
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Re: Will UK Divorce E.U.
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2013, 09:30:05 AM »
Alvechurch Bugle  325   ( 29-1-13 )
 
 
 
The stone is rolling, stand clear !

 
 
Within minutes of Cameron?s innocuous speech last Wednesday, and possibly even as it was being delivered, the realisation began to dawn that in truth no-one could have predicted with any confidence, what the response and repercussions would be .

Understandably,  we had focussed on the likely reaction here at home, and as a consequence, tended to underestimate the extent to which our intentions would concur, or diverge from those of other states .
 
Items from yesterday's press have proven as interesting, as they were unexpected.
 
We learn of moves in Holland to petition their own electorate , on the nature of their future involvement with the EU,  and also that the German press and politicians were less opposed to Cameron?s suggested re-jigging of the E.U. than we had tended to assume.

But do we need to be alert to the possibility that they could see this as an ideal opportunity to reduce their exposure and commitment to the whole thing, whilst the horse trading is in progress.
 
Roger Bootle in the Daily Telegraph's Business section is far from pessimistic about our departure from the EU, and writes : "..the UK needs to avoid being carried forward against its will, into further integration and harmonisation, and I would want control of immigration, which currently runs counter to membership of the Single Market.
 
The Single Market is not an absolute requirement, but one to be considered on its merits."
 
 
 
Ambrose Evans Pritchard in an excellent article in the same section, has several quotable points,  :  "..for the first time since the Treaty of Rome in 1957, a country has challenged the Monnet doctrine of ever closer union - - Britain walking away, could set off a chain reaction."
 
 
 
Finally : what Britons dislike is foreign rule , this speech has established British policy, and others may be forced to do likewise.
 
 
 
Ed. -  -  -  Bromsgrovia.


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