posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 05:39 AM
German here, the aid package from Germany to Cyprus isn't 100% sure yet either, since some parties in the German Bundestag want some other things
implemented such as the guaranteed closing of tax loopholes in Cyprus.
This could spark a chain reaction in all the affected countries in the Eurozone, such as Italy, Spain, Ireland, Portugal & Greece. More and more
politicians in Europe state that they think this could turn into a new war in Europe, the last who said it was Luxembourg's Prime Minister
Jean-Claude Juncker, he said that the situation atm reflects 1913 almost exactly.
As a German I ask myself if all this is worth it. All of this sparks hatred towards Germany so much and we had to regain the trust of the other
countries in all those years. But on the other hand I have to think 'why don't these countries get their # together on their own?'.
The Euro is done, end of story. Germans can't stand the talk about the saving of the Euro anymore, most of us want to leave the Eurozone asap. This
expropriation will light the fire and soon all the people of the EU-countries will run to the banks and try to get their money out. Don't
underestimate the psychological effect something like this can have. This is a "state of emergency law", nobody can trust our banks anymore. In
March 2013 history has been written.