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I was talking with my Mom today and telling her about the EU, Solana ect. and she totally stumped me with this question 'What exactly is the EU?' At first I was like [scratching head smiley]. I told her that I thought they were the European countries beginning to come together as one 'super country'. That their goal was to eventually unify the entire world as one under the AntiChrist. Was this the right answer essentially or am I way off base. They are also anti-America too right? Or is it anti-democracy.

LisaAnn, Rapture Ready 27 Comments [1/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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How do you even remember to feed yourself?

12/6/2006 2:32:16 AM


Naturally, everyone that isn't us is against everything we stand for. In fact, in other parts of the world, people refuse to breathe air.

12/6/2006 2:35:52 AM

Anti - Dei

Yes, EU is anti-america. If you guys don't get some sense into your country. And some fucking education! REAL education!

9/30/2008 10:51:35 PM


Too fucking stupid for words.

9/30/2008 11:24:59 PM


Remind me again how co-operation is evil?

And you're trumpeting your own ability to judge things in ignorance of what they really are. This is admirable, now?

9/30/2008 11:44:11 PM


Arrrrgh! The dumbness!! It hurts!

9/30/2008 11:48:25 PM


Some people just need to have an enemy

It makes hate easy

9/30/2008 11:58:06 PM


10/1/2008 2:00:43 AM

Dr. Quasius

I was talking with my Mom today and telling her about the EU, Solana ect. and she totally stumped me with this question 'What exactly is the EU?'

So LisaAnn was telling her mother about something she didn't understand herself? Typical fundie

10/1/2008 2:08:55 AM


I don't know what you've been reading about Mr Solana (if you're referring to the EU politician), but I'm willing to bet it's made-up paranoid junk.

As for democracy... remind me who got elected in your last election? And more to the point, why is he not now president?

10/1/2008 2:30:49 AM


As opposed to the pre-existing "super country" the United States of America...?
Given the U.S policy of destabilising countries in Central & South America, who democratically elected left-wing governments such as Chile and Nicuragua in the 1970's & 1980's, & are currently trying the same in Venezeula to destabilise the Chavez administration, one could validly argue that the U.S are "anti-democracy"...

10/1/2008 3:53:16 AM


You really need to start getting you news from someone who is not a fundie. How about reading some serious newspapers for a start.

10/1/2008 6:08:19 AM

Tomby Stone

Yeah exactly, I know it's evil, I hate it and think we should burn it but can somebody tell me what it is ??

10/1/2008 6:49:14 AM

Philbert McAdamia

or am I way off base.


10/1/2008 7:27:38 AM


This seems like a Poe

2/11/2010 1:51:23 PM

Big Jilm

What? You can't decide which BS to pull out of your ass?

2/11/2010 1:54:39 PM


Hey! Were not the Anti-Christ. Remember, the Vatican is part of the EU. That is the home of the Pope; God's representative on Earth.
But no, we don't want to unite the whole world. Uniting the European countries is hard enough, even though we have similar cultures.
You ARE aware that you are also a "super country", a unity of 50 states, aren't you?

Hey! We're not the ones with the habit of supporting dictatorships around the world, because they are useful to you at the moment.
You supported the Talibans, Saddam Hussein, the Contras, and so many other anti-democratic forces.
What did you expect them to do when you stopped supporting them? Go quietly into the night?

We're not even anti-America. We just pitied you while you were "ruled" by that puppet G.W. Bush.
Your new president seems to be able to string two sentences together on his own, at least.

2/11/2010 2:27:19 PM


Because having two world wars that began in Europe was SO much better. /sarcasm

12/13/2010 6:33:52 PM

showed this quote to a european friend of mine

this was her response


12/13/2010 7:06:09 PM


You have so many questions, but you're at the wrong site to get any real and concrete, rational answers.

12/13/2010 8:57:29 PM

No, you're way off base. Don't try to explain stuff you don't know squat about. Tell your mother to check out the Wikipedia page on the EU, and to stay off Conservapedia, if she's interested in facts, rather than propaganda.

EU is anti-dictatorship, pro-free market, and is copying a lot of the ways America has of governing its 'super country'. Turkey, which is not viewed as a democracy, is not allowed to join the EU.

12/14/2010 1:10:54 AM


@Lolwut: Actually, only one of the world wars began in Europe. The other began in Asia (a China-Japan struggle that got out of hand).

12/14/2010 2:50:22 AM


Well, it's not anti-democracy as the concept is of the old world, America based it's laws on European laws.
Anti-American? Hard not to be at times

Honestly though, aside from freaks like Jack Van Impe how do you get from European Union to the entire world under Anti-Christ. You deluded fruck.

I know Americans are pissing their pants at any thought of countries joining up and thereby becoming more powerful then America but get a grip. You're projecting your war-mongling ways on others.

12/14/2010 6:36:55 AM


The EU aren't anti-democracy by any stretch of the imagination, but some of their structures aren't particularly democratic. That's a problem with trying to bring so many political cultures together and not risk having any one country dominate; everybody can look at it and find bits they don't like, mostly because it differs from their own system. What worked when there were just six countries in the EU doesn't necessarily work when there are 27 countries, and that's a problem which really needs to be addressed.

Anyway, that's the serious part of my response. The less serious part is "The Anti-Christ? Are you fucking mental?!"

12/14/2010 11:59:52 AM


No, just anti-stupid.

12/14/2010 12:09:44 PM

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