The head of the European Union, whose name hardly anyone knows, says that the full union of 27 nations is inevitable. This will include monetary union, he says.
Problem: the Eurozone’s monetary union has only 17 members, and is going to break apart. The experiment is a disaster. How will the EU pull 10 more nations into the obviously disintegrating monetary union?
He promises to go public with his plan before elections a year from now.
Meanwhile, one of the original inventors of the euro says the euro is a disaster and the Eurozone should be broken up. His name is Oskar Lafontaine.
“The economic situation is worsening from month to month, and unemployment has reached a level that puts democratic structures ever more in doubt,” he said.
“The Germans have not yet realised that southern Europe, including France, will be forced by their current misery to fight back against German hegemony sooner or later,” he said, blaming much of the crisis on Germany’s wage squeeze to gain export share.
He was a major promoter of union in 1998. Not now.
Mr Lafontaine was labelled “Europe’s Most Dangerous Man” by The Sun after he called for a “united Europe” and the “end of the nation state” in 1998. The euro was launched on January 1 1999, with bank notes following three years later.
The grand experiments of the NWO keep hitting brick walls. They want an ever-larger centralized government. But the public can see that the experiment is in ruins. Still, the Eurocrats call for more centralization.
When they say something is inevitable, we can be sure that it isn’t.