Bush et Rice pour le OUI !!

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font-weight:bold'>BUSH ET RICE POUR LE OUI <span
style='font-size:10.0pt'>(thanks to Jean Bricmont)

none;text-autospace:none'> 10.0pt;font-weight:bold;font-style:italic'>« nous avons dit à nos amis
français, dit un officiel américain (à Washington), que, si cela peut favoriser
le oui, nous sommes prêts à condamner le traité »


font-variant:small-caps;font-weight:bold'>L’analyse de John Vinocur

10.0pt;mso-ansi-language:EN-GB'>« If EU constitution fails, U.S. won’t be
gloating » International Herald Tribune,
24 May 2005

est le journaliste du International Herald
qui écrit sur la France et l’Europe, très méprisant pour
Chirac et pour la France, et qui exprime certainement le point de vue du
gouvernement américain.


none;text-autospace:none'> 10.0pt;font-weight:bold'>Extrait<span
style='font-size:10.0pt'> (voir article complet ci-dessous) :


10.0pt;mso-ansi-language:EN-GB'>« For one thing, a negative outcome
requiring Europe to rethink its future path very likely means slowing down the
entry process of Turkey and Ukraine into the EU - both projects for
Europe’s future that the Americans stand behind. The more advanced candidacies
of Romania and Bulgaria, both Bush administration buddies, could falter too.
All this does not go in the direction of the administrationn’s notion that an
enlarged, coherent EU partner is actually its best possible European
play. »


font-style:italic'>D’une part, un résultat négatif qui force l’Europe à
repenser son futur risque très probablement de ralentir l’entrée de la Turquie
et de l’Ukraine dans l’Union - deux projets pour l’avenir de l’Europe que
les Américains soutiennent. Les candidatures plus avancées de la Roumanie et de
la Bulgarie, toutes deux alliées de l’administration Bush, pourraient échouer
aussi. Tout cela ne va pas dans la direction de l’idée de l’administration
(Bush) selon laquelle un partenaire européen élargi et cohérent est en fait sa
meilleure carte.


<span lang=EN-GB
style='font-size:10.0pt;mso-ansi-language:EN-GB;font-weight:bold'>et surtout
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10.0pt;mso-ansi-language:EN-GB'>« An official, sitting in his office here,
couldn’t have been clearer on the European constitution : ’If they think it would
get them a few yes points, we’ve told the French we’re ready to condemn the
thing in minutes.’ 


style='font-size:10.0pt'>« nous avons dit à nos amis français, dit un
officiel américain (à Washington), que, si cela peut favoriser le oui, nous
sommes prêts à condamner le traité »

font-variant:small-caps;font-weight:bold'>Condoleeza Rice pour le oui


10.0pt;mso-ansi-language:EN-GB'>QUESTION : Dr. Rice, you may know that in the
big debate there is in Europe about the EU constitution, and especially in
France, there are some in the "yes" camp who argue that a
"no" vote would be a vote for Bush. How do you respond to that and
how would you vote if you had a chance ?



10.0pt;mso-ansi-language:EN-GB'>SECRETARY RICE : Yes, for — yes. I don’t have
a vote so it doesn’t matter. But let me just say that the United States has
been, from the very beginning, supportive of European integration, going all
the way back to the coal and steel community. And the United States remains
supportive of the European project. I think, in Brussels, the President made
very clear that we believe that a united Europe, a Europe that is strong and
capable, a Europe that is clearly at its core democratic and that has a long
tradition and heritage with the United States, can only be good for the march -
the forward march of progress and democracy in the world.


10.0pt;mso-ansi-language:EN-GB'>And so we want to see the European project succeed
because a strong Europe will be good for the forces of democracy. We would hope
that a strong Europe would be outward looking, that it would continue to bring,
as it has new, more members. It is been an important magnet for the East
Europeans. I think it continues to be an important set of incentives for
countries that are still in the transition to democracy. And with NATO, the
European Union forms the two pillars of a Europe whole, free and at peace.


10.0pt;mso-ansi-language:EN-GB'>CONDOLEEZZA RICE : Remarks With French Foreign
Minister Michel Barnier After Meeting Secretary Condoleezza Rice Benjamin
Franklin Room Washington, DC May 2, 2005


14.0pt;mso-ansi-language:EN-GB'>If EU constitution fails, U.S. won’t be

size=2 face=Arial> EN-GB'>John Vinocur, International Herald
, 24 mai 2005

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