The Great Euro-Fraud

Posted: July 2, 2015 in Geo Politics
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The Inherent Flaws of Europe

Human beings need a “focus of belonging”. If they don’t get it via their nation, they end up “viewing themselves as belonging to a religious sect… or a racial or linguistic group”. You “can’t have a civilised, peaceful democratic society on that basis”.

Bernard  Connolly, author of The Rotten Heart of Europe

With the potential impending exit of Greece from the european single currency, it is worth understanding how the whole Euro project was an economically unsound piece of political propaganda in the first instance.

The desire to spread the net to as many countries as possible, despite their questionable financial positions was all in the name of presenting a strong image of unity, which was never there in the first place. Take the story of Greece and the assistance of Goldman Sachs in helping it fudge its entry into this union; it is the people at large who are ultimately paying the severe price of this and many others continental sized mistakes.

The above article based on a book originally released in 1995, shows once more how these early warning signs, obvious to many, were largely plastered over and suppressed by those trying to steamroll public opinion in favour of their desires.

This sounds all too familiar to the concerns raised before the financial crises in 2008, I wonder how well those in authority are now listening to the heightened concerns of the current cheap money era policies?

Such is the cost to the citizen of being part of not only a nation state, but a continental super state.

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