Não caio na Demagogia barata de fingir que o Povo é Inimputável...

Não caio na Demagogia barata de fingir que o Povo é Inimputável...

sexta-feira, 14 de maio de 2010

...E digam adeus a Portugal:

.E digam adeus a Portugal;
Vamos ser todos ENGOLIDOS pela Nova União Soviética, em nome das Auto-Estradas vazias, e dos Magalhães de merda:

Well it couldn't have happened to a nicer bureaucratic monster. As reported by Diario de Noticias; Brussels top aparatchiks aim at monetary centralization of all EU countries. Sovereignty and independence of each and every European nation is now firmly in the past.

One does not need to look past the Sunday night 1 trillion dollar bailout to see why that is so. A model which was based on Federal Union of American States is now becoming a neo-USSR centrist model in which individual countries will have no saying in setting their monetary and fiscal requirements and policies. Furthermore; while both Angela Merkl and Nicolas Sarkozy downplay the significance of such a political [yes it is nothing but that] move, we here on ZeroHedge know better than to take their words at face value.

Obviously nothing was solved by monetary infusion and the only thing keeping the EUR from not crashing towards parity with the USD are the markets, which suffer from a severe case of ADHD, which makes them look, for a prolonged period of time, at shiny stock gains and 0.2% GDP growths, and of course Uncle Ben's instant swap facilitiesTM. Some countries which have a leveraged position inside Krem... uhh Brussels will surely welcome such positioning and centralization of power, while the European periphery will suffer as it did many times in the past. Our take is that Brussels will demand currency pegs with other EU countries [as well with those who are in the process of entering the Union but have not yet finished their negotiations] in order to impose control even further. The main beneficiaries of such a move could be Great Britain, Germany and France; countries which could exploit their dominant position within the European parliament to further their goals disregarding the needs of other Union members, a behavior which would not only admit the multi-tier nature of the EU and different treatments for different countries, but also make ground for radical political ideas to enter mainstream politics and further poison a very much poisoned political environment. I am 100% sure nothing beneficial will come out of this in the longterm, but will surely make EU bureaucrats tap their backs in a congratulatory manner for the brilliant job they have done.

...E julgam que a perca da nossa  Independência, e depois, da nossa Liberdade vai servir para alguma coisa?
Julgam que isto vai melhorar, nesta Europa de MERDA?
VAI, VAI... 

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