Brussels, April 9th, 2010 - EEC President and Middle East Peace Commisioner Sir Anthony Blair (Lord Blair of Sedgefield), PMF (USA), has had a distinguished first year as first President of the EEC. His brave move in granting amnesty for all asylum-seekers who desire entry to the UK has worked very well, with all now settled in Britain.
The Euro-Tax of 65% on everything has now kicked in, and counfounding it's critics, has been largely accepted by the European population. Isolated pockets of objection should be quashed by the European Army soon, and ringleaders are expected to "go missing".
Sir Anthony was expected to be criticised for recommending old cronies for honours, but Sir Peter Mandleson and Dame Harriet Harman have both proved to be popular with the public and voters.
The combining of the Metropolitan Police and the Paris Gendarmes has been seen as a master-stroke.. the savings in infrastructure more than making up for the slight response delay time.
The CCTV-ing of Europe is now nearly complete, with the last 10,000 cameras going to be installed in Croatia this month.
European commissioners now proudly boast that their cameras can follow a suspected terrorist from the west of Ireland to the east of Greece and know what he had for breakfast and what newspaper he read. (It was eggs on toast and the Daily Herald).