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Teribus BS: Catalonia: pros and cons of separation (254* d) RE: BS: Catalonia: pros and cons of separation 24 Oct 17


Tell us Shaw, once we have left the EU why does it matter to us if they then decide to pander to France's vanity and ego, if they then go ahead with their European Defence Force - We, along with most countries in Europe will still be members of NATO, which will be the military alliance that guarantees the safety and security of Europe.

Now should the EU Commission then insist on EU member states leaving NATO, that is when sphincters will start to twitch and the EU Defence Force will get canned (The proposed French led EDF might just be able to put on a parade [Provided that it doesn't have to be too big] but as far as "defending" anything goes it will be utterly last). The states of Europe, particularly Germany, have had a very easy ride over the past 60 years with regard to defence spending. The Americans quite rightly are now calling on those states to live up to their obligations to NATO or the US will drastically review its position - Good high time that this attitude was taken.

Any explanation of the following Shaw:

"The natives are getting restless."

Nice piece of imperialist claptrap peppered with a dose of racism. Perfect. Why am I not surprised?


Well you should be as surprised as the rest of us Shaw as the above does not seem to be connected to anything at all.


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