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Frederik Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun May-29-05 05:30 PM
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48. Félicitations !
Once again, France leads the way.
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  -France 'rejects EU constitution' cal04  May-29-05 03:09 PM   #0 
  - Does this derail the corporate takeover of Europe?  unhappycamper   May-29-05 03:20 PM   #1 
  - I sure hope so! eom  burrowowl   May-29-05 03:30 PM   #3 
  - It sure will slow it down.  hedda_foil   May-29-05 03:32 PM   #5 
  - IMHO you have it all wrong....  expatriot   May-29-05 05:55 PM   #64 
     - Not sure, I'm a romantic and I like a unique and independent France!n/t  VegasWolf   May-29-05 07:31 PM   #113 
     - Neocons busily floated trial balloons last fall for covert US action to ..  struggle4progress   May-30-05 10:04 AM   #135 
        - Destabilization of any competing economic power is also the PNAC agenda  Julius Civitatus   May-30-05 12:18 PM   #138 
           - Competing economic power  aneerkoinos   May-31-05 03:44 PM   #141 
  - Non wins  WesDem   May-29-05 03:29 PM   #2 
  - Great news. Now write a real constitution  DrDebug   May-29-05 03:45 PM   #8 
  - France rejects EU treaty, Europe faces crisis  Placebo   May-29-05 03:31 PM   #4 
  - A slap in the face of that smarmy fuck  makhno   May-29-05 03:34 PM   #6 
  - Viva La France!  Placebo   May-29-05 03:42 PM   #7 
  - And the crisis Europe now faces is the corporate takeover of the world  unhappycamper   May-29-05 03:47 PM   #10 
  - A victory for Democracy. The French lead again by example.  cestpaspossible   May-29-05 03:46 PM   #9 
  - The French left and the politics of evasion (WSWS article)  IndianaGreen   May-29-05 03:49 PM   #11 
  - Another excellent article from the same website.  NeoConsSuck   May-29-05 04:58 PM   #38 
  - "....the word “bank” appears some 600 times in the constitution text,  Zorra   May-29-05 09:06 PM   #123 
     - That's neither surprising, nor interesting  muriel_volestrangler   May-30-05 03:17 AM   #130 
  - Damn! I love the French! And their government . . .  TaleWgnDg   May-29-05 03:56 PM   #12 
  - Knew this was coming Many Europeans saw this was a losing  lovuian   May-29-05 03:56 PM   #13 
  - Sure!  Mr.Green93   May-29-05 03:59 PM   #14 
  - NON vote wins in France (en francais)  femmecahors   May-29-05 04:05 PM   #15 
  - That should make Bush happy. US hegemony can continue for a little  AP   May-29-05 04:05 PM   #16 
  - BBC: France 'rejects EU constitution' (55% voted "No")  IndianaGreen   May-29-05 04:05 PM   #17 
  - This is only the exit poll results  Robbien   May-29-05 04:05 PM   #18 
  - Early govt results  WesDem   May-29-05 04:05 PM   #22 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   May-29-05 04:05 PM   #19 
  - the French are not a race . . .  femmecahors   May-29-05 04:05 PM   #20 
  - Many left of center parties supported the "No" vote  IndianaGreen   May-29-05 04:05 PM   #21 
  - And that's why corporatists everywhere fear democracy  makhno   May-29-05 04:05 PM   #23 
  - So did the Far Right (LePen)....  tx_dem41   May-29-05 04:05 PM   #25 
  - It was not a coalition  jakpalmer   May-30-05 09:34 AM   #134 
  - I'll second that motion.  0007   May-29-05 05:01 PM   #39 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   May-29-05 04:30 PM   #30 
     - Don't tell the French that n/t  Psephos   May-29-05 04:37 PM   #31 
  - This means the deal will be re-negotiated.  daleo   May-29-05 04:05 PM   #24 
     - That is by no means a given  tx_dem41   May-29-05 04:05 PM   #26 
        - Maybe not immediately, and maybe not this deal exactly  daleo   May-29-05 04:47 PM   #34 
  - The next time they attempt to draft a constitution, include the people  Selatius   May-29-05 04:12 PM   #27 
  - I wonder what this means for the Euro based assets  Jose Diablo   May-29-05 04:20 PM   #28 
  - Nothing changes  WesDem   May-29-05 04:28 PM   #29 
  - In a few hours currency markets  Wright Patman   May-29-05 04:38 PM   #32 
  - Markets will probably react negatively  Frederik   May-29-05 05:33 PM   #49 
  - The EU will continue as before  Maple   May-29-05 04:38 PM   #33 
  - Which means privatization and global capitalism will not have an easy  Robbien   May-29-05 04:54 PM   #36 
  - Which means  Maple   May-29-05 04:58 PM   #37 
     - Is that really  cestpaspossible   May-29-05 05:26 PM   #45 
     - Yes that's what happened  Maple   May-29-05 05:39 PM   #53 
        - I'm not disagreeing with  cestpaspossible   May-29-05 05:45 PM   #57 
        - Well read the thread  Maple   May-29-05 05:47 PM   #59 
           - Here's a good one for you to read:  cestpaspossible   May-29-05 05:54 PM   #62 
              - Have you read the constitution itself?  Maple   May-29-05 05:57 PM   #66 
                 - Anyone who disagrees with you is by definition ignorant, eh?  cestpaspossible   May-29-05 06:09 PM   #73 
                    - Deleted message  Name removed   May-29-05 06:11 PM   #75 
                       - Have you? You didn't get my question right, so based on the evidence  cestpaspossible   May-29-05 06:12 PM   #79 
                          - Yes, long ago  Maple   May-29-05 06:14 PM   #81 
                             - That's your excuse for not knowing what's in it?  cestpaspossible   May-29-05 06:18 PM   #85 
        - At least one person agrees with me.....  expatriot   May-29-05 06:18 PM   #87 
        - Socialism still applies  aneerkoinos   May-29-05 06:38 PM   #97 
        - The UN?  No Michael Savage   May-30-05 12:26 AM   #129 
     - Since most of my information comes from progressive foreign sources  Robbien   May-29-05 05:45 PM   #58 
        - I think the answer lies  Maple   May-29-05 05:52 PM   #61 
        - Here's the actual document, all several hundred pages of it.  cestpaspossible   May-29-05 06:02 PM   #68 
        - Yes, thanks. I read it ages ago  Maple   May-29-05 06:07 PM   #71 
           - Well gee that isn't even in this document so I guess you don't know it  cestpaspossible   May-29-05 06:11 PM   #76 
              - Wow! Was that as beautiful a busting as I think it was?  Commie Pinko Dirtbag   May-30-05 11:46 AM   #137 
        - Reading all four hundred some pages would not  Robbien   May-29-05 06:07 PM   #70 
           - Deleted message  Name removed   May-29-05 06:09 PM   #74 
              - Deleted message  Name removed   May-29-05 06:12 PM   #78 
                 - Deleted message  Name removed   May-29-05 06:15 PM   #83 
                 - And by slow, you mean of course everyone who does not agree with you  Robbien   May-29-05 06:18 PM   #88 
                 - You and I are just incapable of understanding this Brave New World  cestpaspossible   May-29-05 06:16 PM   #84 
        - for one, militarizing the EU is a good thing... and secondly.....  expatriot   May-29-05 06:25 PM   #90 
        - Thanks for that site  muriel_volestrangler   May-29-05 06:37 PM   #96 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   May-29-05 08:24 PM   #121 
  - temporarily bad  mmonk   May-29-05 04:50 PM   #35 
  - It's a great victory !! I'm very happy tonight !  Rochambeau   May-29-05 05:02 PM   #40 
  - congratulations! can we have "the people" here too?  faithnotgreed   May-29-05 05:10 PM   #41 
  - Félicitations !  Frederik   May-29-05 05:30 PM   #48 
  - The right-wing in Britain is going to use this as an excuse  Anarcho-Socialist   May-29-05 05:13 PM   #42 
  - The British right wing can't  Frederik   May-29-05 05:37 PM   #51 
  - Tony Blair and Nicolas Sarkozy are very happy tonight.  Flagg   May-29-05 05:15 PM   #43 
  - I hope the taint of defeat does stick to Sarkozy  cestpaspossible   May-29-05 05:28 PM   #46 
  - Blair happy ?  fedsron2us   May-29-05 05:29 PM   #47 
  - Yes, but he doesn't have to try to get the constitution passed in Britain  muriel_volestrangler   May-29-05 05:55 PM   #63 
     - Red lines  aneerkoinos   May-29-05 07:03 PM   #107 
        - I can't even remember what his 'red lines' were  muriel_volestrangler   May-29-05 07:19 PM   #110 
           - IIRC  aneerkoinos   May-29-05 07:40 PM   #115 
  - Nicolas Sarkozy, the corporate cheerleader?  makhno   May-29-05 05:36 PM   #50 
  - A very weakened Chirac spells good news for Sarkozy.  Flagg   May-29-05 05:39 PM   #54 
  - Good point  makhno   May-29-05 05:44 PM   #56 
  - Insincere?  cestpaspossible   May-29-05 05:48 PM   #60 
  - Great news!  No Michael Savage   May-29-05 06:12 PM   #77 
  - Blair is pro-EU  Frederik   May-29-05 05:39 PM   #52 
  - Blair can be happy the others are not according to me.  Rochambeau   May-29-05 05:42 PM   #55 
     - Le "Non" a gagné !!! Très bien fait, la France !!!  Pooka Fey   May-29-05 11:25 PM   #125 
  - Well, I am proud of the French  WesDem   May-29-05 05:16 PM   #44 
  - As I understand it, one of the factors in the French "no" vote  Lydia Leftcoast   May-29-05 05:55 PM   #65 
  - The lower cost of Eastern European labour  fedsron2us   May-29-05 06:13 PM   #80 
  - Unfortunately for France..  KDLarsen   May-29-05 07:05 PM   #108 
  - Very narrowminded  aneerkoinos   May-29-05 07:19 PM   #109 
  - I'm sure they're celebrating in the White House, just like at DU  DuaneBidoux   May-29-05 05:59 PM   #67 
  - No they are not  Maple   May-29-05 06:04 PM   #69 
  - Corporations don't need a United Europe to carry out their agenda.  expatriot   May-29-05 06:14 PM   #82 
  - I speak French, have a French family, have lived in France  DuaneBidoux   May-30-05 03:43 PM   #140 
  - I know they're celebrating at News Corp  Anarcho-Socialist   May-30-05 08:16 AM   #133 
  - this is TERRIBLE news, people...  expatriot   May-29-05 06:09 PM   #72 
  - Then how come they claim we're all a "global economy", et cetera?  HypnoToad   May-29-05 06:39 PM   #98 
  - Oh yes, we ARE a global economy and we are supposed to be  expatriot   May-29-05 06:44 PM   #103 
     - Yup  aneerkoinos   May-29-05 07:24 PM   #111 
  - See, now that is a rationale which has a bit of merit  Robbien   May-29-05 06:40 PM   #101 
  - 10-1  aneerkoinos   May-29-05 06:18 PM   #86 
  - Interesting - I hadn't realised it was specific about that  muriel_volestrangler   May-29-05 06:33 PM   #94 
  - No link  aneerkoinos   May-29-05 06:44 PM   #102 
  - Thanks - "Final Part", part A  muriel_volestrangler   May-29-05 07:34 PM   #114 
  - My interpretation of that section was almost the same  Robbien   May-29-05 06:56 PM   #105 
     - 75%?  aneerkoinos   May-29-05 07:27 PM   #112 
        - Now you could be right, but I remember seeing  Robbien   May-29-05 07:48 PM   #117 
        - You are right. Just found a link to a good site  Robbien   May-29-05 08:02 PM   #119 
  - Unfortunately, the one happens to be France  fedsron2us   May-29-05 06:34 PM   #95 
  - Once the Netherlands votes against it, and they will, it's over.  cestpaspossible   May-29-05 06:40 PM   #99 
     - Brittan, Holland, and Belgium are likely to vote no also.  BadNews   May-29-05 07:02 PM   #106 
        - Many of the countries that have ratified the Consitution  fedsron2us   May-29-05 07:47 PM   #116 
           - Rererendums 1-1  aneerkoinos   May-29-05 07:57 PM   #118 
              - You will probably get a divide here between north/west Europe & south/east  expatriot   May-29-05 09:46 PM   #124 
  - Here's a hint folks  Maple   May-29-05 06:19 PM   #89 
  - Don't you have a Friedman book to read?  makhno   May-29-05 06:26 PM   #91 
  - Yeah but the French didn't vote for or against globalisation  cestpaspossible   May-29-05 06:26 PM   #92 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   May-29-05 06:28 PM   #93 
  - You stop snarkin  aneerkoinos   May-29-05 06:52 PM   #104 
  - I feel Non was the best vote  WesDem   May-29-05 06:40 PM   #100 
  - Nothing cancelled  aneerkoinos   May-29-05 08:19 PM   #120 
  - What now?  rayofreason   May-30-05 12:20 AM   #128 
  - This is good for the US capitalist interests...  Singular73   May-29-05 08:25 PM   #122 
  - I don't belive the EU needs to worry about balancing U.S. power anymore  Pooka Fey   May-29-05 11:46 PM   #127 
  - The EU constitution is a kind of economic patriot act  confludemocrat   May-29-05 11:27 PM   #126 
  - Take that capitalist swine!  Rex   May-30-05 03:45 AM   #131 
  - How we got stuck with a Constitution in the first place!  BushSpeak   May-30-05 05:31 AM   #132 
  - Thank you BushSpeak for much needed (and overlooked) background  downstairsparts   May-30-05 10:51 AM   #136 
  - Eye opening post  fedsron2us   May-30-05 03:03 PM   #139 
  - Dutch Set To Reject EU Treaty  Dover   May-31-05 06:18 PM   #142 
     - I hope that the EU happens so  willie91fx   May-31-05 07:34 PM   #143 
 

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