Greece could still have a role in a multi-speed Europe

As said over and over, and over again since 2012, look for a multi-bloc Europe. This is the most sensible outcome to the mess and a newly formed United States of Europe is around the corner after the EU turmoil. This is why you will see increased calls for further integration and unification, regardless of the turmoil. In Europe all roads lead to Berlin’s Fourth Reich dominating the continent through it’s Troika.

 

It’s not more political union the EU needs to survive, but more economic success – and some common sense

Sometimes it is easier to see what will happen in three or four years’ time than what will happen in three or four days. And so it is with Greece. One of the things that many of us will have found distressing, alongside the hardships heaped on the Greek people, has been the tone of the debate between the country and the EU’s dominant economy, Germany: fury on the one hand, and something close to contempt on the other. This is not the ever closer union envisaged by the founders of the EU and enshrined in the Treaty of Rome. Ironically the key device designed to pull Europe even closer together, the euro, is driving it apart. Continue reading