Voor mij is het voortdurend afwachten of het hooggerechtshof in Duitsland de aanklachten in behandeling neemt, want dat is zeer essencieel. Zo ja, dan staat alles weer op losse schroeven.
Net twee eerlijke artikelen gevonden die niet in het archief mogen ontbreken.
De eerlijkheid van de Duitse president gooit onbedoeld de knuppel in het hoenderhok.
‘Red de Euro ten koste van een behoorlijk groot deel van de Duitse belastingbetalers.’
Hopelijk is Diederik Samson straks ook zo eerlijk en dom, omdat te roepen. Hij roept nu heel sneaky; ‘Rutte zeg waar het op staat.’
Zeggen waar het op staat is dodelijk voor de euro, want de burger is socialistisch opgevoed. Welvaartsgroei en ondertussen moeten anderen bezuinigen, maar niet zijzelf.
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 07/08/2012 – 17:34Creditors GermanyWhile we have been surprised by the lack of public consternation within Germany at the real levels of servitude that an ungrateful Europe is trying to shove down the German taxpayer’s throats; this week it appears the rubber is starting to meet the road. As Europe Onlinereports, German President Joachim Gauck called for Chancellor Angela Merkel to explain why Germany needs save the euro – at great expense to the country‘s taxpayers – and what will be necessary. In a TV interview, Gauck (having no doubt read our recent explanations of the TARGET2 ticking time-bomb and the real cost of GRExit) said that Merkel “has the duty to describe in great detail what it means [to stay in the Euro], including what it means for the budget”. In a somewhat shockingly honest (for a European leader) comment he said that the political establishment has struggled to explain why it is vital for Germany to do its part to save Europe’s currency union. Perhaps reflecting Juncker’s Modus operandi, Gauck added that “sometimes it‘s hard to explain what this is all about. And,sometimes, there‘s a lack of effort to openly tell the populace what is actually happening.”
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 07/08/2012 – 18:35BRICs China European Central Bank Fail Finland Germany IranIsrael Italy Middle East Monetization Netherlands Nouriel Nouriel Roubini Reality Recession Too Big To FailIn an extended interview withBloomberg TV, Nouriel Roubini lives up to his doom-saying reputation and goes where few have as he opines on Lieborgate that: “bankers are greedy and have been for 1000 years” and “nothing is going to change” unless there are criminal sanctions; to which he follows up – briefly silencing the interviewer, “If some people end up in jail, maybe that will teach a lesson to somebody – orsomebody will hang in the streets”. The professor goes on to note that the EU “summit was a failure” since markets were expecting much more and warns thatwithout full debt mutualization, debt monetization by the ECB, or a quadrupling of the EFSF/ESM ‘bazooka’; Italian and Spanish spreads will continue to blow out day after day – leading to a crisis “not in six months but in two weeks”. The only entity capable of stopping this is the ECB which needs to do outright unsterilized monetization in unlimited amounts which is ‘politically incorrect’ to talk about and claimed to be constitutionally illegal. 2013 will be a very difficult year to find shelter as policy-makers ability to kick-the-can runs out of steam as he sees the possibility of a ‘Global Perfect Storm’ of a euro-zone collapse, a US double-dip, a China & EM hard-landing, and a war in the Middle East. Dr. Doom is back.