Euro Crisis and the Problem-Reaction-Solution Scheme in Plain Sight

Posted: July 8, 2012 / in: World Today / 13 comments

The arrogance of the modern European power structure reaches new heights

In the last days we have seen an hallucinating story of the political class of Europe that clearly cannot see any value in respecting people’s choices.
The new leaders are behaving like feudal lords on their own property, no longer even bothering to keep up a front.
What was unthinkable some years ago is now put out in the open, in front of everyone, with a very lame argument.

The European superstate has always been denied by the eurocrats, who labeled any attempt to depict tendencies toward that end as “conspiracy theory”. And only a few years after (and one crisis) the same conspiracy theories are now the European political agenda!

In the beginning, eurocrats started their secret agenda by introducing the unnecessary common currency. Many specialists stated at that time that this common currency will only create an artificial and unnecessary limitation for the whole European financial system. Indeed, these specialists were right…but what they did not see was the fact that from the start the euro was designed to serve a European empire, not a group of independent nations.  Without foreseeing what was coming, most of the nations took the euro bait in the same way they took the Union as a progress factor that would not lead to a new empire but to a strong union of independent nations.

When all was set in place, at the convenient time and with skillfully controlled maneuvers, those in charge of the financial system created a crisis in the euro-zone. It is obvious that this crisis was carefully planned years in advance in order to serve this moment. And (as has become the norm) every voice that warned about this coming
crisis was labeled as…conspiracy theorist, of course! And again the conspiracy theory has become a reality before our very eyes!

Now their politician friends (co-lodgers with aprons 😉 ) are making great efforts to save the euro (which was not needed in the first place) by blackmailing the citizens of the 27 countries of Europe (ten of which do not even have the euro currency!) to accept to let go of their national identity and freedom for the greater good of a common currency. The arguments used by the eurocrats are futile: let’s save the euro common currency by introducing economical and political union. And the political and economical union is only possible if we have a common currency. This is a strange way to convince people unless you do not care what they think.

By aggressively promoting nationalist-phobia, and maneuvering the crisis so that it looks as if only with the euro it is possible to make it through, the pro-euro politicians are now having no shame in stating what a few years ago they screamed that nobody will ever ask of the Europeans: to create a European superstate that will become the new empire of Europe. And the draft is already on the European table, placed there by the non-elected European president, Mr. Van Rompuy. So this president of Europe has come forward with a new European agenda that is identical to the former conspiracy theories of a few years ago…can anything be more arrogant?

See here a strong opinion about the author of this proposal:

Here is an interesting video about the latest summit in Brussels with the same Nigel Farage MEP:

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Comments (13)

  1. Giulia says:

    It is indeed outrageous how people in power today are so arrogant and sure of themselves that they don’t give a penny anymore for people’s rights and ultimately for their lives…

    I love the first video with Nigel Farage MEP, by the way. He should be given a Nobel Prize for eloquence and honesty! And of course a few for you, for fighting on the same side!

  2. Georgi Kovatchev says:

    I was thinking the same thing these days about the nationalist-phobia. Some years ago, anyone in my country could say anything out loud about his pride to be a bulgarian. Today they try to speak to the people about not being politically correct if you’re patriotic.
    It’s pathetic. As if this would change the blood that runs through our veins. But, as you say, it’s part of their utopian plan of governing all people while they all think they’re just monkeys. I’m very sure they will have big surprises in implementing this “program”.

  3. Catalin S says:

    I was reading your article and thinking of the political situation in Romania. If in Europe the situation developed to the present status in a certain period of time, in Romania the fight between politicians is so atrocious that they even got the attention of the the european fake institutions. Probably it’s not “nice” to step out of the line, but with the unpredictability that characterizes the romanians, everything is possible.

    The problem here is that they fight against each other but for the same purpose, to get the power and still only for themselves. As for the European Empire, they all serve it and never question the “European” methods. This shows a lot indeed about how deep they’re into the slavery system they themselves promote…

    …it’s not a nice story but at least it’s the real one!

  4. Vlad4U says:

    I completely see your point Catalin… these so-called people are willing to still everything, and they don’t care at all about the rest. They think they’re above the others.
    the good news is I see many that are waking-up, and are trying t do something. It’s true they could have done it earlier, but it’s better than never. Normal people are starting to make public protests again, which is good, even if the televisions stopped talking about this aspect, in their obeying pursuit of lying to the masses, but the good news is that this attitude of the masses is confirming what I said (that people are awaking from their slumber).

    Nice blog, Mr. Stoian, anyway. Keep it going!

  5. Blindless says:

    When all people, or at least the majority of them will see things exactly the way they are, this arrogant guys will be out of work, they will be the beggars on this planet.
    I guess this is why they are so afraid to let go their present “work”… it’s because the only know how to still and to manipulate and, of course, they don’t enjoy too much humility… hugs to you all!

  6. Andrew Reed says:

    I like this article, on the “Euro-Crisis”, very much. How well it describes the deceptive technique of the supranationalists, who first deny what they are about to do, then do it and pretend they never denied it!

    This is also what some of the Eurozone’s satellite-governments have done, in microcosm – by denying that they would need bailouts and then applying for bailouts as though they had never pretended they would not need them.

    Of course, they only need them to bailout their banks. Their peoples do not get this money. In reality, the banks should have been allowed to fail, as they were in Iceland. Instead the peoples are indebted to the ECB/IMF, only the banks are enriched and the economies of these countries, which are trapped in the Eurozone, continue to decline.

    In 40 years, the EU’s share of world-markets has shrunk from 30% to 15% – owing to the EU’s pathological desire to control and homogenise everything – and now the euro is finishing the job of reducing the subject states to rubble.

    Using this rubble – the smashed fragments of a former civilisation – the EU-crats hope to build their New World Order, exactly according to their own frightful specifications. They will deny it now, of course; but, if they succeed, they will say they were perfectly candid about it all along.

  7. Paula says:

    I completely agree with Andrew Reed. I mean, all the countries (at least the ones in East Europe which I studied a little) have a new set of debts, and no more money. Only debts!

    All the money that were “borrowed” in order to help their economies vanish the second the agreements are signed!
    The banks get all those money! But the banks are PRIVATE investors, they’re not the government, they’re not the people, they’re not the country. They are just thiefs.

    From their point of view, everything is ok: why bother to trick common people into getting loans when you can trick the whole country with one signature and get away with it?
    But when all these thing will come out, who will pay back all the money stollen from people? The leaders will probably go 20-30 years to jail, but they will not be able to pay the money they signed for so easily!

  8. Bert says:

    It’s good that you agree, but what can I do, as a normal person against this system? At my level what is the solution, because I’m no president… 🙁

  9. Vlad4U says:

    Well. Bert, to start with, you can spread the message! this will create a critical mass at some point and people will start to act accordingly.. That’s all I can tell you until now. Maybe Mihai Stoian can tell us more. 🙂

  10. Bert says:

    Got that… thank you! It is indeed what it’s done also here. 🙂

  11. Sorin says:

    This Nigel Farage is quite a character. I like him.Can we keep him?

  12. Mike says:

    Nigel is a breathe of fresh air next to the stuffy euro robots.

  13. Mike says:

    And as it all falls down the countries of Europe may ask themselves- how did this happen? And we, each one of us, are forced to look ourselves. If we were VIVID, AWARE, ALIVE, they couldn’t do this! There is no way they could sneak in through the back door and steal and lie and set about to destroy country after country. We are to blame for our own mediocrity. Its time to wake up from living a banal existence and find our own voices!

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