Monday, June 21, 2004

So, what's wrong with a European state anyway?

For years, the anti-European parties and press have been gnashing their teeth and beating their breasts about a 'European superstate', a situation recently exerbacated by the new constitution which will see the end of Britain as a nation yadda yadda. My question is this: why is this necessarily a bad thing? Being someone who's still idealistically looking forward to the day of the World Government, this doesn't seem like such a bad thing to me. But I'm bound to be missing something, so (without this turning into a thread like this) tell me what. Note that I'm not saying that the EU is necessarily the best model for a European state (in fact, I don't think that it is), but let's leave that behind for the moment and indulge in some sheer hypothetical thinking.

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