Wed Mar 10th, 2010 at 06:19:55 AM EST
When a European government's policies are dictated from Beijing or Moscow, we call them "collaborators" and other, less savoury, things.
When a European government's policies are dictated from Washington, we don't call it anything, because we
don't aren't supposed to hear about it until we are presented with a fail accomplis.
Why has this country's voting rights in the European Union not been revoked? For that matter, if you raided their computers, there is little doubt that you'd find evidence that they have been selling internal EU negotiation strategy papers to foreign powers. I don't think they even got a good price.
So why are these Quislings, Petains and Benedict Arnolds not being indicted for espionage?