Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by tomahawk6, Apr 1, 2005.
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A most surprising development.
It all started going downhill for them, when we refused to ratify La Charte Europeen pour la Uniformisation des Berets...
Tragically chuffed am I!
If I may quote "Oh dear how sad, never mind". It's a start
It's a bit like having chronic wind...
...Better out than in!
The Frog is now't without the Kraut. The whole EU game was a rip of to allow the Kraut sum respectability and the Frog to maintain it's asperations of greatness, France Fore mi ass.
The frog has raped the EU budget and now does not like the simple fact that all these new eastern nation have a 'right' to a honest share of the budget. The frog knows it will not get it's massive handouts that have allowed it to cheat and steal, so the barstward who should be in nick, but for Le Presidents immunity, will waffle and gob to show that He did all he could to be a good european.
john Hate the bastards.
Good post John. The idea of one Europe sounded great to the French while they were pulling the strings. Now they are just one of, oh so many, and the pie is being shared out among all comers they are starting to have second thoughts. That, and the fact that the economic model that pampers the employee is all well and good while the other nations of Europe can pick up the slack. Now the real world has started to intervene they are realising that you can only force employers to pay the social bill for so long. The market cannot be bullied into accepting a socialist dream, employers and manufacturers will simply look elsewhere.
Me thinks they've suddenly realised the whole of Europe is speaking English
There was a small artical in the Mail today about French wine producers throwing dynamite at govt buildings because they are loseing money hand over foot due to increased international competition and falling prices. WTF are the French govt going to do!!!! Time for them to modernise or start producing international lables for their wine which tells the foreign buyer whta to expect from the contents. Just like Chilie, Argentina, Austrailia and every other wine producer in the world. Exept the ones in France.
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