Halueth writes: The EU planned treaties between Moldavia, Georgia and the Ukraine without consulting the public, where these treaties are the first step for those countries to join the EU. This is a bad case, since the Ukraine has a civil war going on, Moldavia is highly corrupt and had its banks fall over recently and Georgia is also torn by civil unrest. Politics claimed that Europe is too complex for the normal people. Since the 1st of july this year, it now is possible for the Dutch people to demand a referendum if they get 300000 signatures within 4 weeks. Dutch news blog www.geenstijl.nl in cooperation with Burgerforum EU and thousands of volunteers went out to get enough signatures to get that referendum and let the people decide if they want those treaties or not. What's especially new to this action, is that people could not only sign for it using pencil and paper, but the folks behind Geenstijl.nl now made if possible to sign online using a touch-enabled signature possibility. 300000 signatures were needed, the counter now stands well over 444000, which is almost 50% more than what is needed. The Dutch are writing history as we speak.