reply to post by DJOldskool
Ecellent post, and I pretty much agree with everything you say.
A couple of things that really concerned me today while reading through the opinions of people in Spain on the problems they face...
Two out of the four commenters were thinking about emigrating. They didn't say where to, but this is plausibly going to be the UK or Germany. Neither
will take that influx of people very well. Theresa May in the UK has already announced that they will be looking into restricting entry to the UK in
the coming years because they fear there will be a mass migration from mainland Europe.
The second thing was mention of the extreme right. Some apparently fear that Spain will fall to an ultra nationalist government, because people only
have so many choices and both the main parties are insisting on continuing the corruption and extraction of wealth from the people to the
There are no easy solutions here, but I think the time has long passed to hit the reset button. When you find yourself in a hole, the first thing to
do is STOP DIGGING. But all of our governments are continuing to dig, with a gun to their heads, held by the globalists.
Governments have corporate interests and banksters calling the shots, threatening a collapse of the markets if they don't comply. Yes, it would hurt
millions of people, but allowing the collapse to happen and telling those globalists to F off would cause less harm to the majority. The people
running the show are not part of the majority, they're part of the elitist club. Therefore, they are looking out for themselves first, and their
secret little clubs of bankers and CEO's.
I really do think it's going to take action by the peoples of these countries to fix this. I think it's inevitable that when Spain ends its social
welfare systems (which they are already planning to do) people will have no choice but to have a revolution. These people have paid into their system
all their lives, and now there are no jobs they are being told that the money they have put in has gone.
As Mr Celente often says - when people lose everything and they have nothing left to lose, they lose it.
Austerity can only go so far. Seeing government placing all the responsibility on the lower and middle classes, while refusing to make any sacrifices
themselves, or force the wealthy to accept an equal share of the burden, will cause a rage the likes of which Europe has never seen.