Uruguay – If a country….a country has its own system what the hell does…

it matter what the “World Court” thinks. We could be totally off base here but we are pretty sure the world court does not represent the world at large because if it did it would have only about 1 or 2 europeans on the council at the most.

Based on the story its clear that both countries were at a standstill but why not let them arbitrate it themselves. You Know? Either way here is the article and let us know what your thoughts are.

The $1.2 billion Finnish-owned pulp mill has soured relations between the South American neighbors since before it opened in 2007, but both sides claimed victory after the ruling and said they would put the dispute behind them and move on.

Protesters have blocked a border bridge for three years trying to get the plant shut down, even though studies showed it was not polluting the river.

Did you see it? FINNISH OWNED AS IN FOREIGN INTEREST AS IN NOT HELPING URUGUAY AS IN POLLUTING A COUNTRY THEY DONT CARE ABOUT……Piss poor verdict……….and the beat goes on

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