The European Union (EUSSR) is going to fail miserably and the Marxist euro will crash and burn. This is no surprise for people paying attention, we knew this would happen. I wrote several articles more than a decade ago that civil war would come to Spain and that Greece would turn fascist. I also pointed out that asymmetric chocks, too low interest rates and too much of Froggy and Italian policies would turn the euro into a spectacular failure which could lead to hyperinflation.
A blind parrot dying from congestive heart failure could have predicted this outcome – but the money masters, the socialists and the bureaucrats ignored it. Sadly even so called “conservatives” or “nationalists” and even a few “neo-liberal” screw-ups put their fingers in their ears, closed their eyes and went “La! La! La! La! – I can’t hear you!”. My best guess is that all those freshly created cushy comfy jobs with God-like benefits that come with the EUSSR kleptocracy silenced most, the rest of the party members with the slightest hint of anti-Europe sentiment was taken care of through internal bullying.
Great stuff! Funny as hell.
But it’s time to stop laughing at this miserable excuse of a comedy show – it’s time to leave.
Being Scandinavian I believe that both Sweden and Denmark should hold a new referendum, at the same time, just when we joined the unholy commissar empire of the EUSSR. And I hope the Finns will do the same – as well as all of you out there.
This new referendum must take place soon, very soon. The faster the better. Next year is probably too late, that’s how bad things are going to get very fast.
You think rioting Greeks, empty pension funds, skyrocketing unemployment, rebellious Catalonians, Portuguese exodus to Angola, crashing economies and succession hungry Scots are bad? Wait until you see what’s next on the menu.
This is the most important issue we have at the moment. Far more important than taxation levels or political color. A political party that wants to leave the EUSSR should get your vote, regardless if the party is left-wing or right-wing. We can sort out internal differences and political ideologies after we´ve gotten rid of the 30bn SEK (Sweden) pay to the commissars each year and after we gotten rid of the fact that over 70% of all laws nowadays come from Brussels.