Another one bites the dust. Country number four, Spain, gets bailed out and we all of course know that it won't be the last. Though I wondered over the weekend whether perhaps I was missing something, because when the Spanish prime minister Mr Rajoy got up, he said that this bailout shows what a success the eurozone has been. And I thought, well, having listened to him over the previous couple of weeks telling us that there would not be a bailout, I got the feeling after all his twists and turns he's just about the most incompetent leader in the whole of Europe, and that's saying something, because there is pretty stiff competition
Originally posted by kwakakev
The dismantlement of national democracy under the EU oligarchy has been in the works since day one and all buried within its massive constitution. The ECB under the world bank, IMF and bank of international settlements is what holds this beast together and allows the EU governing body to do what it does. If Greece was to pull out then it could very likely set off a chain reaction as other indebted nations also make an exit. It would also take some of the pressure off Syria and Iran as the bankers are forced back to the drawing board to establish their meglomanic plans.
Another bit of truth from this man. If he keeps this up I see a plane crash in his future.