Why Only Germany Can Fix the Euro

By Matthias Matthijs and Mark Blyth – It is more than ironic that those two foundational Western civilizations — the Greeks and the Romans — who were among the very first to experiment with democracy, now have to let unelected Eurocrats run their economic affairs.

Throughout much of the twentieth century, the “German Problem” — the fact that Germany was too strong, too powerful, and too economically dynamic for the rest of Europe — bedeviled European elites. “Keeping Germany down” through NATO and European integration was seen as the solution. The problem today is not German strength but German weakness — a reluctance to take up its hegemonic role. more> http://twurl.nl/jexxp3


3 responses to “Why Only Germany Can Fix the Euro

  1. I think the German politicians are being used by globalist bankers like Goldman Sachs and the other families who are really pulling the strings.

    Also all the EU institutions which are controlled by the German government and politicians are actually in the hands of globalist bankers like Goldman Sachs and the other families.

    The common Germans, and those in the Duchy of Luxembourg and Brussels, are just enjoying the privileges of hosting the command and control centers. The technocrats are petty employees for however pay them.


  2. Many people cannot see or don’t want to believe that the EU is the main tool of globalist bankers.
    The main challenges for EU governments surely will not come from internal problems, because major German and British investment banks and financiers are taking over Europe in an advanced leap to globalist hegemony.

    United by “all means” is in Angela Merkel’s warnings: “Another half century of peace and prosperity in Europe is not to be taken for granted. If the euro fails, Europe fails. We have a historical obligation: To protect by all means Europe’s unification process begun by our forefathers after centuries of hatred and blood spill. None of us can foresee what the consequences would be if we were to fail.”

    Thanks for the information and more about Goldman Sachs men in the EU Stephen Foley wrote in The Independent on 18 November 2011:
    “What price the new democracy? Goldman Sachs conquers Europe”


  3. Financiers’ Reich is Buying Some European Countries
    Major German and British investment banks and financiers who are the main creditors and lenders for many European countries in the last twenty years deliberately created the current European sovereign debt disasters to gain control over certain countries.
    How to Buy a European Country?
    EU and Banks are Weapons of Mass Slavery
    Bad loans are actually toxic loans because they are poisonous. It is a calculated gamble and a secure one with the definite support from the governments of creditors, namely: Germany; UK; and France.

    There are many questions about the initial silence and roles of these governments and their controlled EU institutions.
    The core of the problem was “irresponsible lending by banks”. A credit bubble was created through banks’ lending out money to individuals and businesses to acquire assets that proved to be worth less than the amount of the loans. This was especially true in the real estate sector – something we also saw happening in the United States.

    What is called “irresponsible lending by banks” is actually a deliberate act of sabotage for the sovereignty of specifically targeted some European states.

    It is a replay of the tragic comedy “The Merchant of Venice”. Cutting a iuſt pound of his fleſh
    But can the money lenders take their loot without dropping blood?

    These debts were made with evil intentions and they must be either written off or rescheduled by the people without additional usury.


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