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Car Key Boi
May 20th, 2003, 11:41 PM
for one thing yuo have the problem of the British

look at that recent proposal by France, Germany, Bellgim and Luxemburg to form a separate military force that's independent of NATO, yeah what a joke, Bellgim don't have shit, Luxemburg certainly don't have shit, and even Germany doesn't have shit

the only nation outta the four that has any military muscle is France...and that's only because they have nukes, which is just as well coz their Army Bois are only good for surrendering, exception being their Foriegn Legion which is a top outfit comprised of err.....foreigners...

for such a military alliance to have any real force, it would require the co-operation of Britain who also have nukes. But there's a problem, the British will always side with us yankeetards before they would side with the French or the Germans :)

another problem is the different economies...

take a look at what happened in Germany when the Berlin Wall came down. A western economy was unified with an eastern economy and who was the winner? East Germany. Who was the loser? West Germany. And the same will apply in regard to all those new Eastern Eurotard countries that have recently joined the EU

those new Eastern countries' economies will gain at the expense of Germany, France, Bellgim, Holland Spain, Italy, and Britain (if it joins) and one or two others

currently, the overall Eurozone economy is pretty fucked, even more fucked than the American economy, and it'll be even more fucked if this United States of Europe ever becomes a reality, us Yankeetards will see to that ;)

that is all

- Car Key Boi :D

Bezz
May 21st, 2003, 12:05 AM
Your right about the fact that Britain would have to be invloved in this new army-which wouldnt happen cos of our ties with the U.S. The idea of not having to use america all the time is appealing- we could actually do it on our own.

The eastern european countries arent as bad as what people make out. They are not as grotty as they were when the soviets owned them. They have skilled labour and there economy's are growing. Bringing them in the EU will even out Europe in terms of rich west and poor east, but Western Europe wont suffer a lot.

The eurozone is a bit bad , i would say about equal with america, Britiain is doing ok, germany is suffering the most with unemployment, France is striking again :eek: :p lol.

Overall i think a united Europe is better than one thats at war and always disagreeing .
:) :cool:

Car Key Boi
May 21st, 2003, 08:02 PM
sorry but there is no way America's economy is on a equal fuck as Eurotardzone

in the States the economy is pretty flat and there's a concern of deflation (personally i think a little deflation wouldn't be a bad thing but it's hard to be certain on this coz deflation is a rare event) although our jobless has increased over the last three months, it hasn't been as bad as previously feared

Eurotardzone is wayyy more fucked, last i checked there were over 20 million outta work, it's a desperate situation, a sure sign that Eurotardzone is on the verge of recession, in fact it's happening already in Germany

The idea of not having to use america all the time is appealing- we could actually do it on our own.

do what on yuor own? fuck with the world even more than us?


The eastern european countries arent as bad as what people make out. They are not as grotty as they were when the soviets owned them. They have skilled labour and there economy's are growing

for sure they're not as archaic as they were under the soviets

but they're still bankrupt thou....


Bringing them in the EU will even out Europe in terms of rich west and poor east, but Western Europe wont suffer a lot.

really? link?

Martian Willow
May 21st, 2003, 08:23 PM
Britain won't join the Euro because the antis will win a referendum if we have one, and if the PM tries to sneak us in without one (as the tabloids seem convinced he wants to), he will be strung up from the nearest lamp post. Gordon Brown is pretty much against it, as far as one can tell, and he's the most likely next PM, I think/hope.