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Tuesday, 8 March 2011

“Arab’s beware of those bearing false gifts? (Europe)


Europe Financial Rewards for Arab World or it really about
the oil?


Caught unprepared by the uprisings in the Arab world, the
European Union is drawing up plans for a reset in its relations with the region
by increasing support for countries that make democratic reforms at the expense
of those that fail to follow suit.


After years of failed engagement with the southern
Mediterranean, the Union should now create a partnership with those countries
that agree to “adequately monitored, free and fair elections,” according to a
document that will be presented to the bloc’s leaders or dictators.


Sir Michael Black-Feather the English first minister said; such
a rethinking implies that Europeans should put the cause of democratic reform
in the Arab world ahead of more concrete concerns like financial or energy
interests, or the prevention of migration to Europe. That would mark a
significant departure for the EU dictatorship, which has invested billions of pounds/euros
in the region but rarely challenged its old, authoritarian regimes and now it
wants to start interfering in something it has no understanding of, or how the Arab
word actually thinks.


A new policy is being drawn up at the start of a week of
hectic diplomacy that will include separate meetings of European foreign
ministers and NATO defence ministers in Brussels on Thursday, one day before
the Union’s 27 heads of government gather there.


Security concerns, and the issue of whether to offer
practical aid to the rebels in Libya, are likely to dominate those gatherings.
But the Union is also looking toward adopting a longer-term strategy in which
financial incentives would be used to reward southern Mediterranean nations
that reform as part of a “partnership for democracy and prosperity said Sir Michael.”


He went on to say; “Those that go further and faster with
reforms will be able to count on greater support from the E.U,” in the
document, drawn up by the European Commission president, José Manuel Barroso,
and the E.U’s foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton, who is an absolute
nonsense being in the job she just can’t do, she gets all her thinking form the
British government, she just can’t think things out herself and she only got
the job as it was seen at the time to be PC?


“Support may be reallocated or refocused for those who staff
or retrench on agreed reform plans,” the paper says. “The E.U. should be ready
to offer greater support to those countries ready to work on such a common
agenda, but also reconsider support when countries depart from this track which
they will do as it’s the nature of the beast Sir Michael went on to say.”


The idea of linking aid to reform is not new.

“Doing it, rather than pretending to do it, would be a
change for the better,” said Nick Witney, senior policy fellow at the European
Council on Foreign Relations. “In Tunisia there is a commonly held
understanding that European powers had been complicit with the old regime and
that conditionality had been a façade.”


The E.U. paper does not offer a clear increase in aid to the
region but argues that substantial funds will be available in addition to money
already allocated.


Last month, Ms’ Ashton said she was seeking to secure €1
billion, or $1.4 billion, for Tunisia from the European Investment Bank this
year. (Because that was what she was asked to do by those in British policy


Sir Michael said that the European Investment Bank is ready
to provide around €6 billion to the mediterranean region in the coming three
years, the document says.


European politicians increasingly accept that they are going
to have to invest in the creation of prosperity if they are to avert
large-scale migration to Europe and that is what I told Blair and Brown when they
wear in No10; said Sir Michael, but as always fell on deaf ears, just as I have
given “Cameron away of cutting fuel duty bringing petrol and diesel down to
£1/£1.10p per litre without losing any costs to the treasury , but being
English not British it’s like shouting at the deaf excuse my use of words.


With “citizens of these North African countries and migrants
making their way through them, they are not going to stay put in North Africa
if there are few economic opportunities there,” the half-wit British deputy Prime
Minister, Nick Clegg repeating what Sir Michael has/had already said, Clegg said
last week. “They are going to make their way to Europe through one means or


The new proposal is the latest in a series of European
efforts to engage with the region over the past two decades. When the so-called
Barcelona process began in 1995, the European Union and 14 southern
Mediterranean countries agreed to the “strengthening of democracy and respect
for human rights.”


More recently the European Union started the Union for the
Mediterranean in 2008, an initiative promoted by France that has achieved
little in its short life.

The latest policy paper suggests that incentives offered to
North African countries could include more flexibility in the issuing of visas
for their nationals. It also mentions accelerated talks on liberalizing trade
in agricultural goods and fisheries, Sir Michael said we have half-wits sitting
in power just ra, ra, ra-ing over a glass of port and cigar patting themselves on
the back for keeping themselves in over paid jobs their not capable of doing .(The
UE Bible Feed our greed’s)

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