Realism from the Anglosphere

My colleague on EUReferendum is an expert on what I blithely refer to as “toys”. The subject is of great importance to all those interested in the Anglosphere and his recent piece bears reading and discussing. Alas, the conclusions he comes to with regard to Britain are very depressing.

2 thoughts on “Realism from the Anglosphere”

  1. That is one of those things which is so funny I have to wonder if its actually true.

    Unfortunately, it probably is actually a real attempt to set some kind of regulatory precedent that will be used to ban something significant in the future.

  2. When you couple this with the Galileo GPS system and the military Land Rover which does not have anywhere near enough armor plating and the Euro Rapid Response force which seems to keep slipping and sliding from view, just what are the Brits up to and are they really so set on Euro sourcing for all of it when the US alternative is not only better but also a lot cheaper. Seems to me that the Brits are losing sight of what is good for Britain and unlike the French and Germans trying to go for a Euro response no matter what.

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