TONY Blair is preparing to hand key powers on law and order to Europe

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    http://news.scotsman.com/index.cfm?id=357302004

    There is more, but the key questions are:

    What does this mean for how the US deals with them?
    What does this mean for how we deal with the EU?

    Are we all alone in the world now?

    Interesting questions.
     
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    this is a bit interesting because from what ive heard the UK doesnt want to give up its soviergnty to the EU.
     
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    If you watch closely the EU and its interactions with aLL nations, including the US, it would appear the only resistence the EU REALLY gets is for stalling purposes- not actual differences in practice.

    The US is changing laws to follow EU precident. Our money is slipping against the Euro as we make more deals with the EU.

    Blair is in even tighter. It is a very slick campaign, but it is clear all are on the same page.
     
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    It's unfortunate England is so close to Europe.

    They have managed to go from a global empire encompassing 30 million kilometres and a fourth of the world's population, to just another cog of the Old World socialist machine in about 60 years, and all because of their proximity to Europe.

    Talk about culture shock.

    No, this doesn't mean we are all alone in the world. Perhaps England alligned with Italy, and the eastern states will actually produce a situation more conducive to our global military aims. Perhaps not. At any rate, they are all still members of NATO.
     

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