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Old 10-05-2008, 05:40 PM   #1
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Ratify Lisbon Treaty or suffer - Bilderberg globalist's sinister threat to Ireland

Ireland set for Lisbon 'dog house'

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Ireland set for Lisbon 'dog house'
Conor McMorrow Political Correspondent

Etienne Davignon: 'trust us'IRELAND will be in Europe's "dog house" if we reject the Lisbon Treaty in a second referendum, according to the chairman of the secretive global businesss organisation, the Bilderberg Group.

Viscount Etienne Davignon issued the stark caution in a rare interview ahead of addressing an international conference on Lisbon in University College Cork (UCC) on Wednesday.

"Ireland will be in the dog house if it says no for a second time", Davignon told the Sunday Tribune." The other states who ratified the Treaty have now become hostages of the Irish position and the Irish should have had some respect for the opinions of the other states.
Nice of him to remind us how to vote.
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Please, feel free to disrespect the "opinions of the other states".
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Old 10-05-2008, 06:39 PM   #3
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Please, feel free to disrespect the "opinions of the other states".
I don't really understand your post. Can you elaborate on it?
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The other states who ratified the Treaty have now become hostages of the Irish position and the Irish should have had some respect for the opinions of the other states.
If he says the Irish should vote in favor of the Treaty as it would be respecting the other states' opinion I say, disrespect their opinion.
I find it ridiculous to say only because a few other states, or better, the governments of those states without asking their people, voted in favor of the Treaty it would be a sign of respect to just follow that vote. First, most of the other states wouldn't have ratified it if they asked their citizens, and second, a vote is representing one's own interest and favors, not that of others that happened to cast their vote before.

And this Treaty needs a lot of improvement.
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Old 10-05-2008, 06:51 PM   #5
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If he says the Irish should vote in favor of the Treaty as it would be respecting the other states' opinion I say, disrespect their opinion.
I find it ridiculous to say only because a few other states, or better, the governments of those states without asking their people, voted in favor of the Treaty it would be a sign of respect to just follow that vote. First, most of the other states wouldn't have ratified it if they asked their citizens, and second, a vote is representing one's own interest and favors, not that of others that happened to cast their vote before.

And this Treaty needs a lot of improvement.
I completely agree. Good post.
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