European Union, United Kingdom, United States of America: the word “union” has not the same meaning

2 Jun
European Union

European Union (Photo credit: erjkprunczyk)

 
Location map: Scotland (dark green) / United K...
Location map: Scotland (dark green) / United Kingdom (mid green) / European Union (light green) / Europe (dark grey); inspired by and consistent with general country locator maps by User:Vardion,User:Quizimodo, et al (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In the UK, England supplies to the needs of Wales or Scotland without accusing them of being lazy. In the USA the federal government doesn’t threaten of exclusion the poorest of  its  50 federal States. Why does the EU  act so toughly with Greece?

2 Responses to “European Union, United Kingdom, United States of America: the word “union” has not the same meaning”

  1. IsThereAnyFutureForGreece June 2, 2012 at 6:20 pm #

    Reblogged this on IsThereAnyFutureForGreece and commented:
    Since when European Union, really meant to be a Union?

    • Ha-Vinh June 3, 2012 at 11:27 am #

      You’re absolutely true! The EU has not demonstrated by the facts and its latest statements, being a family nor a even an Union. Union is only in the Name of EU. Because in a real Union or in a real Family the strongest of the members protects the weakest instead of rejecting him. And when a banker has to lend to a family he don’t intend to lend only to the richest member excluding the other members.
      Thanks for your comment.

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