Why Was the Euro Created?

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Let’s get a little conspiratorial here. Why would sovereign nations give up their currency and economic freedom when they have at times fought for thousands of years to keep their identity, economic independence and freedoms to do what they see fit and best for their country or people? The answer is, absolutely no logical reason whatsoever. They were simply tricked by their leaders to give up all that they fought for…

And the proof is what we see before our eyes, it looks like a mess, yet, it was supposed to be a mess. The main and most important aim in creation of the Euro was to get sovereign nations to give up their sovereignty and to get them to give up their currency… so that the Central bankers can move to their next game plan which is consolidating world currencies even further and burdening the countries involved with unpayable debt… the proof is Greece.

Euro will fall apart as previously said and we will be offered a new currency, will it be the US dollar? Will it be a new invention? Interesting and frightening times. Within the next two years the geopolitical economic scene will see the most dramatic change since the second world war… and no… it ain’t for the better… for us the 99% anyway.

Andre

www.clevergamestv.com

 

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