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Response to bombings shows fragility of European unity

Some say countries must pull closer together while others push to take back national sovereignty

By Megan Williams, for CBC News Posted: Mar 25, 2016 11:59 AM ET


As a relentless drizzle washed away the chalked messages of solidarity at Brussels’ Place de la Bourse on Friday, two tightly bound yet antithetical responses to this week’s attacks emerged in the aftermath, revealing with tense clarity the fragility of the grand project of European unity.

Both responses were expressed by the hundreds of mourners who came to lay flowers at the makeshift memorial site, as well as by those in corridors of power across Europe.

And, experts say, they will have a profound and definitive effect on the survival of the European Union.

On the one hand is the now-unanimous chorus of European countries saying they need to pull closer together, to fully share intelligence and tightly co-ordinate police bodies across the continent.

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Quoting “You can say bad words against Islam, Christians, but don’t you dare touching (sic) judaism, or supremacists zionists … see the dilemma?” — That’s why I will NEVER use my real name in comments. I have no intention of sharing a prison cell with Arthur Topham.

Terry Wilson RCMP 1

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Yeah, so how’s that whole open borders thing working out over in Europe? Can’t wait to try it here!

World War II Nazi collaborator and international war criminal George Soros is 85 years old. He is younger than Henry Kissinger and David Rockefeller. But that doesn’t mean he’ll be around forever. And when all three of these psychopaths croak, the world is bound to be a safer place. Provided of course anybody who tries to take their places is immediately stomped down and destroyed. 

“The fastest way to stop terrorism is to stop screwing around with other peoples’ countries!” — Michael Rivero, www.WhatReallyHappened.com

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