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 Post subject: Trouble in Paradise?
Posted: Fri Jun 03, 2005 9:01 am 
Here's an interesting headline off the news wires:

Italy Minister Says Should Study Leaving Euro-Paper ... RO-DC.html

Euro Sinks Further After ‘Break Up’ Talk ... 511c8.html

I am glad to maintain a separate curreny and culture from the rest of Europe. As with welfare in the United States, the grand vision of a single Europe only serves to redistribute the wealth of hard workers to those who prefer their holidays and handouts. I will happliy work along side you, but would prefer to maintain my heritage. We can share a continent without sharing a government.

What do you say?

- Chap

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Posted: Fri Jun 03, 2005 12:29 pm 
Interesting stuff you have there Chap. I have seen much today. Take a look. I am living in Germany for 5 years now and do not like the UE concept.

Prospective Members: EU Is 'Shattered' ... 4035.shtml

Dutch Say 'No' to EU Constitution

 Post subject: malvinas2
Posted: Mon Jun 06, 2005 7:00 am 
No one loves the European Union, that's why French and Dutch refused the constitution. But if Europe wants to compete with the rest of the world, we have to stick together. But we Europeans don't understand that, because most of us are quite stupid ... :cry: :?

Hopefully I'll be able to leave this continent to move to Canada / Australia / USA !

Posted  11/12/2012