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Nosemonkey's EUtopia

In search of a European identity

And you thought Haliburton was bad?

Rather than wait until after the elections, Serbia’s already signed that gas pipeline deal with Russia, effectively scuppering the EU-backed alternative.

Now we’re going to end up with a president of Russia, Medvedev, who’ll not only be the former head of Gazprom (the company that controls 97% of Russia’s vast gas reserves, and has shown no compunction about using threats of supply cut-offs to gain political advantage – or to act on them) but also have complete dominance of the supply chain through to continental Europe.

Time for Europe to say bye bye to independence.

3 Comments

  1. Off topic, but I think that your blog has the first 4 column design that I really like. It works – I think because of the limited “bluescale” palette.

    Nice one.

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