posted on Jun, 13 2008 @ 01:25 PM
"DUBLIN, Ireland - Ireland's voters have rejected the European Union reform treaty, a blueprint for modernizing the 27-nation bloc that cannot
become law without Irish approval, electoral officials said Friday."
I wonder what will happen. Obviously Ireland will eventually join the EU. They even said they will find another way around. Fifty-three percent of
the Irish public wish not to join the EU, but will probably have no choice in the matter.
If the majority of the population that voted, wishes not to join the EU, I think it should be left at that.
I just wanted to post this, to see what ATS thinks about this. What are you thoughts about this? Will Ireland join the EU? Thanks.
There was a thread about a year ago, about the resemblances of Communism and EU. I think thats something we should take note of. I'll post the
thread later tonight.