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Be careful what you urge. You, as an Irishman, appear to want the UK out of the EU. There may still be time for the UK to come to its senses and stay in the EU so as to frustrate the project of union.
I had a thought on similar lines. With Euro-scepticism on the way up in the EU, perhaps it is time for the UK to stay in the EU. I think there is broad support for the EU in the UK, just not the unbridled liberal variant.
I would leave that task to the Belgians and the French, who have received praise for showcasing their multiculturalism in their World Cup football teams.
For those who know a little history, the prospect of French and Spanish troops in Ireland and all the continental channel ports is quite alarming. You'd better hope the UK worries about defending the Baltic countries and not about defending its south coast and the Atlantic approaches.Obie wrote: ↑Mon Jul 16, 2018 10:35 pmI hear the things that Trump said about NATO, and how Putin is a friend and the EU is a foe, i hear him talk about withdrawing troops, it is time EU gets its house in order, try and get rid of of this Brexit problem and its effect, and unite together towards the formation of this EU army, and forget about NATO.