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Originally posted by orriray59
Does anybody have anything to say about my screenshots?
Originally posted by this_is_who_we_are
Originally posted by CeeRZ
Interesting, because on my computer it says
66 days + 16h : 51m : 37s
Which is Tuesday, December 7, 2011edit on 1-10-2011 by CeeRZ because: Fixed date... had to add the hours which made it the next dayedit on 1-10-2011 by CeeRZ because: (no reason given)
Tuesday December 7th confirmed:
70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor? 70 weeks of Daniel? Hmmm. I wonder what the deuce it's all about...
Originally posted by Vitchilo
According to Morgan Stanley.
Fiscal Federalism Or Bust! Morgan Stanley Sees Dec 9th As Real European D-Day
His view that without a clear path to a fiscal lender of last resort - or a true fiscal federalism across a united Europe - which ensures solvent governments will never go illiquid, then the December 9th decisions mark a bifurcation point of critical import.
If governments choose to engage on the route to fiscal federalism, we believe that this does not mark the end of the crisis. It could, however, mark the beginning of the end of the crisis, as it would be a decisive first step towards stabilisation and a European federation. The alternative could well be the beginning of the end for the European confederation.
Europe has to choose between debt assumption (enhanced federal control of national budgets accompanied by centralised funding of governments) and a debt jubilee (wide-scale debt repudiation), with all the social, economic and political consequences this entails. Mares' framework for considering the words and deeds of December 9th is critical, though complex, reading to comprehend the tipping point we are at.
Two choices :
- Lose your sovereignty : that means that most of European countries budgets will be CONTROLLED by a central european body... which means that countries will lose their sovereignty... it's like the IMF taking over.
- Break up the euro or European countries defaulting : most banks in Europe go boom, destroying the European economy.
Either way this is gonna end badly.
What will it the elite choose? Me thinks they will choose concentration of power, losing of sovereignty... what the globalists have been after for decades. And this will create hell in the streets... possibly even revolutions and another war in Europe... which the elite would love too.
What Hitler couldn't do with tanks was done with banks. Congratulations Goldman Sachs.edit on 1-12-2011 by Vitchilo because: (no reason given)