Tuesday, 23 November 2010

The Euro

We need to end it now, these are the people that are dealing the cards and they simply cannot be allowed this kind of power anymore.
We must stress that the euro has been beneficial to the European Union because, otherwise, in this context of international turmoil, every country would have to devalue their currencies.
Jean-Pierre Raffarin

By the by, one must take in these dire straits not to agitate the germans. We know what they become like when they are in a pesky mood. That said and jokes aside, this is very serious. We may despise the EU and all that it stands for but it has accumulated so much power at this point that were it to fail the peoples of Europe would hauled back at least a couple of decades. Not in spirit but in their financial systems, judicial, police, armed forces and every single area where the EU thought it so self-righetous as to exploit its gullible member under the aegis of 'in varietate concordia' - what utter shite. Caesar could pull that of barely, but no the EU, never the EU.

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