I was just wondering if people from the U.S, Canada, etc or even Europe know what it's all about.
All of Europe have been jumping on board this "new treaty" without giving the people a chance to vote.
The only county that gets a vote is ireland because "if the Treaty is ratified it would transfer powers from the Irish Constitution to the EU and Irish law requires that any changes to the Constitution must be subject to a referendum."
(Thanks to england )
I know that if this pass's it would mean:
* Increase the militarization of the EU
* More privatization
* It puts at risk our automatic right to a referendum on future changes to existing treaties.
* It gives the EU too much power and reduces our ability to stop decisions that are not in Ireland's interests.
Point: The main reason the Celtic tiger came into play was because of our low corporation taxs, so if we put them up to the norm in the E.U, its a bad idea.
The best part is that the irish voted no. But they want to come back and make us vote again (Democracy eh)
etc etc angry [/rant].
Just wondering what kind of info do the Americans and rest of the E.U get.
We get these.
I cant find the real ads , but these are similar.
This post has been edited by ಠ_ಠ: 26 November 2008 - 11:12 AM