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RE: Should Germany leave the Euro Zone?

The IMF is claiming that only austerity measures will save Greece. But I say that this is a lie. Greece is in the pocket of international banking interests and needs a regime change.

The example of Iceland informs us that when an economy collapses, it can be rebuilt from scratch, so to speak. That means evicting the IMF, ECB and the EU.

Greece should leave the Eurozone and return to the drachma. European banks own Greek debt so they would be losers. But Wall Street banksters own even more Greek debt because they insured the European banks. Greece needs to default on their debt and Wall Street would be the biggest loser. Greece has 111 tons of gold so they could have a fresh start by monetizing their new currency. Greece would still be able to attract major investment with their world class drachma. Greece should follow the Iceland example.

Argentina is another good example of a country that defaulted and bounced back. Nations shouldn't worry about attracting foreign capital just because they defaulted. It's still a country full of assets and there is plenty of investors in the world who want it.

Zionist billionaire George Soros spoke earlier this week about Europe being on the verge of collapse. I think Germany will ultimately decide whether the eurozone survives or not.

The fact is Germany's interest in this situation is at odds with the United States of America. The economic weakness in Greece, Ireland, Portugal and Spain make the euro weak and this boosts Germany's export economy. Greece's problem can be solved if Germany leaves the Eurozone and brings back the (yes, I'm saying it) Deutschmark which would immediately trade up 30-40% on world markets to enhance its competitiveness. This action would save Greece.

Germany could use this situation to its advantage and establish the fourth Reich. After the German media propagates these tremendous advantages to the masses, I will garantee you that this scenario will play out.

Good luck Germany with your economic superpower status. I hope you learn from the mistakes of the American and Russian empires.


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RE: Should Germany leave the Euro Zone?

Commissar Wrote:
The IMF is claiming that only austerity measures will save Greece. But I say that this is a lie. Greece is in the pocket of international banking interests and needs a regime change.

The example of Iceland informs us that when an economy collapses, it can be rebuilt from scratch, so to speak. That means evicting the IMF, ECB and the EU.

Greece should leave the Eurozone and return to the drachma. European banks own Greek debt so they would be losers. But Wall Street banksters own even more Greek debt because they insured the European banks. Greece needs to default on their debt and Wall Street would be the biggest loser. Greece has 111 tons of gold so they could have a fresh start by monetizing their new currency. Greece would still be able to attract major investment with their world class drachma. Greece should follow the Iceland example.

Argentina is another good example of a country that defaulted and bounced back. Nations shouldn't worry about attracting foreign capital just because they defaulted. It's still a country full of assets and there is plenty of investors in the world who want it.

Zionist billionaire George Soros spoke earlier this week about Europe being on the verge of collapse. I think Germany will ultimately decide whether the eurozone survives or not.

The fact is Germany's interest in this situation is at odds with the United States of America. The economic weakness in Greece, Ireland, Portugal and Spain make the euro weak and this boosts Germany's export economy. Greece's problem can be solved if Germany leaves the Eurozone and brings back the (yes, I'm saying it) Deutschmark which would immediately trade up 30-40% on world markets to enhance its competitiveness. This action would save Greece.

Germany could use this situation to its advantage and establish the fourth Reich. After the German media propagates these tremendous advantages to the masses, I will garantee you that this scenario will play out.

Good luck Germany with your economic superpower status. I hope you learn from the mistakes of the American and Russian empires.

Now everyone will jump up and call you and I nazis, because we don't like Inter Alpha Group and its EU slaves.



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Fourth Reich , Nazis, Eu slaves Grind

WTH are you talking here ???


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RE: Should Germany leave the Euro Zone?

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Argentina is another good example of a country that defaulted and bounced back. Nations shouldn't worry about attracting foreign capital just because they defaulted. It's still a country full of assets and there is plenty of investors in the world who want it.

Very, very true Commissar Jaja .

I dare add, however, that it is not due to our foolish President (whom did not want to default on the debts, but pay them back), but thanks to our Senado.

The Senado guys have been the only ones with brilliant ideas so far. Cool

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The parasites are affraid of bankruptcy reorganization, because defaulting means judicial auditing and that means digging and bringing up dark and unpleasant secrets. Lets see what the "official" conclusion of the new ECB's bank stress test will be...



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Post: #66
RE: Should Germany leave the Euro Zone?

Greece just signed a 5 year austerity plan today. They are basically in default but do not want to admit it. Their debt is already 150% of its annual GDP, and I don't see how they will get out of this situation through austerity. I see the situation in Greece getting worse.

Britain is now undergoing massive strikes from teachers and civil servants regarding pensions. But, in my view, a one day strike usually means government savings. The workers will need a prolonged strike for better leverage or else the government will have control of the situation.


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RE: Should Germany leave the Euro Zone?

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Britain is now undergoing massive strikes from teachers and civil servants regarding pensions. But, in my view, a one day strike usually means government savings. The workers will need a prolonged strike for better leverage or else the government will have control of the situation.


teachers and servants ? Aren t they state employers
with no strike right ?


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RE: Should Germany leave the Euro Zone?

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Commissar Wrote:
Britain is now undergoing massive strikes from teachers and civil servants regarding pensions. But, in my view, a one day strike usually means government savings. The workers will need a prolonged strike for better leverage or else the government will have control of the situation.


teachers and servants ? Aren t they state employers
with no strike right ?

They have their own associations and do have the right to strike. Such jobs aren't like banking or entertainment service jobs. In my country the state employees of the finance ministery and the justice department employees went on strke. The former complaining about bonuses they didn't recieve and the latter because of low wages and lack of funds with which to buy the basic necessities of their job, such as paper and printing ink.



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RE: Should Germany leave the Euro Zone?

Helsworth Wrote:

Globaltom Wrote:

Commissar Wrote:
Britain is now undergoing massive strikes from teachers and civil servants regarding pensions. But, in my view, a one day strike usually means government savings. The workers will need a prolonged strike for better leverage or else the government will have control of the situation.


teachers and servants ? Aren t they state employers
with no strike right ?

They have their own associations and do have the right to strike. Such jobs aren't like banking or entertainment service jobs. In my country the state employees of the finance ministery and the justice department employees went on strke. The former complaining about bonuses they didn't recieve and the latter because of low wages and lack of funds with which to buy the basic necessities of their job, such as paper and printing ink.

Ok well as i know in Germany state servants changed the striking
right for an firing save. They have their jobs till pension,
but can not strike Kopfkratz


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RE: Should Germany leave the Euro Zone?

Personally, no. In six months it would end with nobody's benefit. If Germany leaves the Eurozone, inflation and speculation would mess up the Euro, and the already tightrope economic situation would worsen, which would hurt trade/manufacturing giants like Germany especially.

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