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Polish finance minister : if euro collapse, Europe could see war again

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posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 03:33 AM
When everything fails to get bailouts, let's just fear-monger about war uh?

Translated using google and fixed a few sentences...
Rostov war scare in Europe

Europe today is in danger, and if the euro zone collapses, the EU will experience a long shock - warned on Wednesday in a debate in the European Parliament on the crisis of the euro zone finance minister Jacek Rostowski. Not even refrained from scaring the war.

At all costs we must save Europe - called the Polish minister, who spoke in the debate on behalf of the Polish presidency of the EU Council. - Let us not deceive you if the euro were to fall apart, Europe will not survive the long shock. (collapse of the euro)

Concluding his speech Rostov recalled its recent private conversation with a "great president of the Polish bank," working in the ministry at the time of transformation in Poland.

He had to tell him that after such economic and political upheavals, which now affect Europe, "rarely happens that after 10 years it was not the catastrophe of war." And he added that "seriously considering that his children get a green card in the USA".

The European Union shills working for the big banks just LOVE to fearmonger... What about if the euro collapses, which it will, the countries, instead of waging war on each other, wage war on the bankers? Would be fun to watch. Hunt them all down and hang them. Would sure solve a lot of problems.
edit on 14-9-2011 by Vitchilo because: (no reason given)

posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 03:40 AM
Whatever happens with the current european crisis the outcomes are going to be bad. Either Greece defaults in which case banks in europe, mostly France will go Bankrupt. If they choose to save Greece it will bring wreck Germany's economy. So either France or Germany get screwed over. So it's no great leap of imagination for the effects of this crisis to bring about totalitarian regimes in European countries swept into power by public anger.

History repeats itself and it seems we are heading back to the 1930's

posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 03:43 AM
Yea didn't Germany get screwed once before and it came to a head in WWI...

posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 03:45 AM
I bet the Limeys are glad Gordon Brown kept them out of the Euro! For all the Brits moaning about 'gordo' they should be glad he did, although it seems Cameron likes to throw money about, while trashing the Brits armed forces.

posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 03:50 AM

Originally posted by Azdraik
Yea didn't Germany get screwed once before and it came to a head in WWI...

Well hopefully this time the Germans, along with every free man in Europe, invade eastern Europe, burn down the EU parliament and the big banks and hunt down the bankers.

European Union shills, bankers and corrupt politicians, YOUR TIME IS COMING. The time when you'll have a rope around your neck and no corrupt cop or judge will be there to save you.

It is coming worldwide.

posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 04:52 AM
reply to post by Vitchilo

It's not. This was all planned. Europe is soooo gonna get it in the ass.

posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 05:45 AM
reply to post by eldard

it is planned for sure, people ought to take note, because the point approaches where they will be left with the choice how to their life ends not when. Europe is too small, partitioned and ultimately, crowded to allow for millions of displaced people in the wake of what now looks more and more like failed social engineering.

posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 07:34 AM
This news "Poland speaks of risks of war" is on all ours newspaper right now in France ...

The European Parlement was up this morning, and all the comments of the others countries was not happy news "this crisis is extremely serious" "big risk for the europe and the world" etc... etc...

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