It’s The End Of The Eurozone As We Know It
But the agenda for centralized economic tyranny remains the same
Paul Joseph Watson
Friday, November 11, 2011
Stick a fork in it, the eurozone as we know it is done. That’s the message we’re hearing from every media outlet and talking head this morning. But whether the EU survives in its current incarnation or takes on a new form, the agenda remains the same, the evisceration of all national sovereignty and the centralization of power into a dictatorial federal superstate.
Words like “depression,” “collapse,” and “apocalypse,” are not normally uttered by people in positions of power, but such terms have become the staple of this week’s news diet, as the deepening of the euro crisis begins to make headlines about Greece look like they should be consigned to the “and finally” segment.
- President of the European Commission and Bilderberg luminary José Manuel Barroso last night warned that any break up of the eurozone would cause a continent-wide “depression,” shave 50 per cent off GDP and cost a million jobs in Germany alone.
- The UK Treasury and the Bank of England are making contingency plans for “economic armageddon” should the eurozone collapse. Business secretary Vince Cable said that Britain was was preparing for “all eventualities,” including the breakup of the euro.
- The Secretary-General of the Ibero-American Secretariat Enrique Iglesias warns that the crisis will “definitely” impact countries in Asia and Latin America, calling for preventive measures to protect against the “chain reaction” of a eurozone collapse.