Why Is EU Putting US/China/Taiwan In Precarious Positions

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    How do you say France & Germany?

    http://www.suntimes.com/output/osullivan/cst-edt-osul29.html


     
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    I think this more likely:

     
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    Given their history of exterting power and promoting their own self-interests through international institutions (which appears to be coming to an end), it's time for plan B: arm and supply weapons. Talk about repeating old patterns.
     
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    They are trying to stir shit so we have to clean it up and then once again be declared the bad guys. Folks need to wake up and realize that the EU is out to destroy the US. They aren't trying to do it militarily, but economically.
     
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    Bingo. Unfortuantely, Canada seems to be following the proverbial "Yellow Brick Road".
     

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