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Another socialist tries to headbut reality. Will Obama be next?
As the EUSSR continues to go from strength to strength.
Of course, this requires special attention to a couple of lines in the linked article:
and what is unsaid (misunderstood) in the short item:
Of course, individual Greeks want cheap Mercedes. The debts tend to land at the banks and the sovereign.
Of course, individual Germans want to keep their jobs making tat,
To the individual Greek and German, the costs are externalised in the short term.
Step by step the wall approached the idiots of the eussr as ambrose says, this is a new death of the gold standard moment.
Markets and euro power up - but is it just more fiddle and bluff?
So much ego and embarrassment, so little realism.
I’ll bet on Spain, who invented the word cojones.
Shhhhh! Of course, slow motion bankruptcy, under the disguise of ‘bail-outs’ and quantitative easing, is already well-established as the favoured disguise of governments.
Or will you bet on no-one having the courage, and we just wait and wait until someone’s cracks can no longer be disguised, a route much more costly to the populations.
There are only three ways out:
Then there is the option of giving up sovereignty, and still doing no. 3.
David Cameron is as sceptical as Nigel Farage regarding the benefits of a future EU, but Cameron has far more ability. However, unlike Farage, he is no little englander. It’s a matter of regaining UK control, while maintaining a ‘free’ market in Europe. If Cameron can get tha,t it will be fine. If he can’t, then the UK will have a referendum. A referendum would probably happen as soon as it becomes clear whether the EUSSR is modernisable or otherwise.
But you need a relevant referendum question, and a settled regime (one way or the other) in Europe. Essentially, Cameron is challenging Brussels to either put its house in order, or lose UK support.
The euro cannot stand in its present structure, anyone who studies the structure knows that. In its present structure, the euro is doomed, it’s just a matter of time. You cannot negotiate a referendum in the midst of that storm. When the storm passes through, visibility will clear and we will be able to see far more clearly what is left besides the floating wreckqge.
Tony Bliar is a mediocrity, and like almost all socialists, he is a serial liar. He and Brown the Clown signed away ever more UK independence to the very limits they could manage. The Labour Party is international socialism - the end justifies the means and we need a world government. Socialism is a nutty religion, much nearer to Islam than to Christianism. It is even much more shallow than Islam. It is wrong to imagine that the Conservative Party is within a million miles of ‘New’ Labour and its bunch of loony chancers. Socialism is a cult religion, it is not a genuine political party.
“ “We have been considering this as a serious possibility, of breaking the link between the sovereigns and the banks,” said Olli Rehn, European commissioner for economic and monetary affairs, after a meeting with French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici, according to Reuters. The European Commission is the executive arm of the European Union.”
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