posted on Nov, 22 2010 @ 04:00 AM
Sorry if this was already covered..
Before I start, this is not some crazy conspiracy idea of mine, I just thought I would put it out there to see what people opinions are..
As most peole are aware Ireland has now accepted a huge bail out from the European union.. I'm not sure of the exact figure but I've heard it could
rise up to a total nearing 100 billion euros.. (around £85 million or approx 130 million dollars) 7.5 billion pounds will come from the uk, who are
massively in debt and are already making major cutbacks, which will force thousands of people into unemployment.. Most of which will be in the public
sector and include schools, health and even emergency services (massive cuts last week in the Manchester police force)
My point is, the European union will control how Ireland spend this money.. The people who will decide the fate of the Irish people will be unelected
euro mp's which Already there have been many stories of their sordid affairs, massive corruption and general disregard for the common people.. How
will this affect the Irish people?
With other countries in the eurozone in serious trouble including Greece, Spain and Italy, how will this affect those countries and the future of the
If what happened in Ireland has a ripple effect and other countries start to wobble, then being bailed out by eu cash.. Where will that leave Europe?
Will it be all pulled in and in effect become the equivalent of one huge country, similar to the USA or even worst the old soviet union.. All under
the control of unelected mp's which is questionable that they have the interests of the normal people at heart..
With this scenario and so many cultural differences within the countries that make up the eu.. Europe could become a melting pot, and I can see
trouble in the future..
Once again sorry if it's been covered, would just like to hear other peoles opinions on the matter..
edit on 22-11-2010 by Misterlondon because: Missed out a word in the title
edit on 22-11-2010 by Misterlondon because: (no