[ExI] The silent PV revolution
eugen at leitl.org
Fri Apr 6 16:49:37 UTC 2012
On Fri, Apr 06, 2012 at 04:03:36PM +0100, BillK wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 10:44 AM, Eugen Leitl wrote:
> > The bailout money never reaches the people in the street. Somebody is
> > really trying to hard to get people mad enough that it will take
> > tanks to stop them. Why do you think Pirates are at 10-12% in Krautlandia
> > now?
> Bailouts are not for the people.
> It is the bankers who made bad loans that have to be bailed out.
Of course. Pretty much everyone is now aware of that,
and this is what makes people hopping mad. At some point
they will get mad enough to get out into the streets,
and with predictable push-back the situation will escalate.
Why do you think we're getting the pattern of legislation
and preparations for deployment of the military inland?
> > In absence of ability to do massive financial support to weaker
> > regions while enforce policy changes (like it works in the US,
> > with one common currency across economically very different
> > regions) the only way is breaking up the region into several
> > (2-4) tiers, each with their own currency (EUR0, EUR1, EUR2 etc.)
> > capable to free-float in respect to each other.
> You mean like Euros, Drachmas, Pesetas, Lira.....
No, I definitely do not mean national currencies. I mean permeable
tiers of economically roughly equivalent partners, called EUR0, EUR1,
EUR2 and so on. It's obvious that Liechtenstein, Monaco, Luxembourg,
Switzerland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Holland and Austria aren't
playing in the same league like Moldova, Bosnia/Herzegovina, Kosovo,
Ukraine, Albania, Macedonia and so on.
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