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For the eurozone, the worst is yet to come

 
Sharty Mc Bean
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05/27/2012 03:24 AM

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For the eurozone, the worst is yet to come
[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]


when you read mainstream articles like this, we must be really close to SHTF!

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05/27/2012 03:34 AM
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yep
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05/27/2012 03:34 AM
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Wtf is going on with merkels mouth? She must be sucking on a sour sweet!
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05/27/2012 03:35 AM
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Hopefully Germany will succeed whatever will come!
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05/27/2012 03:43 AM
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I can see just by looking at that fish mouth.
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05/27/2012 03:55 AM
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Exciting!!! I am 100% certain that it will not affect me either!! Cause I got gold, god and a gun!
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05/27/2012 04:02 AM

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[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]


when you read mainstream articles like this, we must be really close to SHTF!

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 Quoting: Sharty Mc Bean


Excellent article.

Quote:

"The trouble is that Greece is a democracy, Spain is a democracy. France, the world's fifth-largest economy and one of the most powerful countries on earth, is a democracy – and a pretty feisty one at that. Are all these countries, their electorates supplicant, their future politicians content, really going to subscribe to and live under, for decades to come, a system based on Berlin telling them how much they can borrow and spend? I don't think so."
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05/27/2012 04:04 AM
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What do you guys reckon? Will the Euro crash and if so, what is your intuitive/educated guess as to when??

I think yes it will crash, and I'm giving it 6 - 10 weeks.
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05/27/2012 04:09 AM
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Hopefully Germany will succeed whatever will come!
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Germany is in far worse shape than France, they have been hiding under the Euro, all the debt, and all the inflation from the Mark, when it hits them, it's going to be huge. The Euro was a great excuse for politicians to use as an escape for many nations, especially Germany who were all so happy to push for it.
King David
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05/27/2012 04:13 AM
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This is as bad as it gets, the Fed could end up bailing out the Eurozone.

I can't believe I just said that.
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05/27/2012 04:13 AM
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duh, 2013 will be hard on everyone's wallet
"This world is more like a mystery, trapped in a conundrum, spun by a paradox." - AC1118155
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05/27/2012 04:15 AM
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What do you guys reckon? Will the Euro crash and if so, what is your intuitive/educated guess as to when??

I think yes it will crash, and I'm giving it 6 - 10 weeks.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9014106


3-6 weeks!
Sharty Mc Bean (OP)

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05/27/2012 04:27 AM

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WOW! a PIN. thx hf
Sharty Mc Bean (OP)

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05/27/2012 04:32 AM

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in 2008 and in 2010 we were pretty close to the global economic collapse, but no mainstream media reported it! now i read this artikle and was like WTF.
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05/27/2012 04:48 AM
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"The trouble is that Greece is a democracy, Spain is a democracy. France, the world's fifth-largest economy and one of the most powerful countries on earth, is a democracy – and a pretty feisty one at that. Are all these countries, their electorates supplicant, their future politicians content, really going to subscribe to and live under, for decades to come, a system based on Berlin telling them how much they can borrow and spend? I don't think so."
 Quoting: G3


Spot on .. what is not mentioned is the what will happen if the flow of goods from germany to the rest of europe stops.

So far germany has a 1 trillion target2 balance .. this means the germans gave away goods for 1 trillion euros .. and got 1 trillion money from the rest of europe.

Oh wait .. it´s not real money, it is funny money created by the ECB to kick the can ...

I always said (and got massive flak) that the EU will turn europe into a second world shithole.

I revise that statement.

Europe will turn to 3rd world status.
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05/27/2012 04:53 AM
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The article is from the UK Telegraph, mouth piece of the London Banksters.

One word reply.... ICELAND.
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05/27/2012 04:53 AM
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Relax , its jst an opinion piece in a newspaper. Fact that it is main S newspaper means nothing. We all know this same paper was pushing the lies before Iraq war to change public opinion and now its doing the same regarding Iran by slaves such as this guy in this paper.
If he really knew better, he would not be pushing pen in a this paper but be a government decision maker.
Simply put, its just his opinion and nothing more.
Sharty Mc Bean (OP)

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05/27/2012 04:56 AM

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The article is from the UK Telegraph, mouth piece of the London Banksters.

One word reply.... ICELAND.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 407872


one letter reply.... €
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05/27/2012 05:01 AM
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05/27/2012 05:02 AM
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MSM said yesterday that Syriza is losing steam in Greece which implies that a pro-bailout gubbermint will be formed in Greece which further implies that doom is averted and Greece will hang on there.
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05/27/2012 05:07 AM

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Exciting!!! I am 100% certain that it will not affect me either!! Cause I got gold, god and a gun!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15015575


If you have God, you will not need gold and guns.
On the path of least resistance
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05/27/2012 05:14 AM
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MSM said yesterday that Syriza is losing steam in Greece which implies that a pro-bailout gubbermint will be formed in Greece which further implies that doom is averted and Greece will hang on there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14308306


Dream on.

If that were to happen, the country would become ungovernable because of civil unrest.
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05/27/2012 05:19 AM
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Re: For the eurozone, the worst is yet to come
This is as bad as it gets, the Fed could end up bailing out the Eurozone.

I can't believe I just said that.
 Quoting: King David 16716695


How dumb are you? The Fed is ten times more in debt than the Eurozone. If anyone does any bailing out it'll be the Chinese. Then God help everyone.
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05/27/2012 05:24 AM
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This is as bad as it gets, the Fed could end up bailing out the Eurozone.

I can't believe I just said that.
 Quoting: King David 16716695


How dumb are you? The Fed is ten times more in debt than the Eurozone. If anyone does any bailing out it'll be the Chinese. Then God help everyone.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16754355


Yeah, but the Feds have a super duper, awesome, bitching Printing Press!
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05/27/2012 05:28 AM
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This is as bad as it gets, the Fed could end up bailing out the Eurozone.

I can't believe I just said that.
 Quoting: King David 16716695


How dumb are you? The Fed is ten times more in debt than the Eurozone. If anyone does any bailing out it'll be the Chinese. Then God help everyone.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16754355


Yeah, but the Feds have a super duper, awesome, bitching Printing Press!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16755331


What a sophisticated economic model.

Until the reserve status of USD is lost for good.
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05/27/2012 05:29 AM
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From what I understand, if they printed more and did another bailout at this time, inflation would push food prices through the roof and cause civil unrest.

Has the can reached the end of the road yet?

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King David
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05/27/2012 05:31 AM
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Re: For the eurozone, the worst is yet to come
This is as bad as it gets, the Fed could end up bailing out the Eurozone.

I can't believe I just said that.
 Quoting: King David 16716695


How dumb are you? The Fed is ten times more in debt than the Eurozone. If anyone does any bailing out it'll be the Chinese. Then God help everyone.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16754355


The Fed, like the ECB, is leveraged about 30:1.

Not bad.

3 trillion should hold the Euro Zone over.

The Fed can raise the Capital, remember, they are a Private Bank with deep pockets backing them.

I don't see China moving for anything less than a Euro Bond or IMF/World Bank chairs.
Sharty Mc Bean (OP)

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05/27/2012 05:33 AM

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Lloyd's of London preparing for euro collapse

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]


Switzerland prepares for intensifying €uro crisis

with google translated article:

[link to translate.google.de]
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05/27/2012 05:36 AM
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This is the time to think about stocking up on food and supplies.

While I don't think we are going to see war (in Europe), we are going to see economic migrations, food & fuel shortages, more unemployment, and general chaos including large riots. Borders are going to be closed. In the case of the UK, this will probably happen ridiculously late and after a couple of million have already entered the country (because we have gutless incompetents running our country).

You can not just "write off" Greece, Spain, Portugal, Italy and others in the southern half of Europe, and expect them to just sit back and accept bankruptcy. If I couldn't put food on the table for my kids, I would go nuts. That's what is going to happen... a short period of extreme chaos and upheaval. Unfortunately, events like this in the past have tended to bring extremists into power.
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05/27/2012 05:41 AM
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This is the time to think about stocking up on food and supplies.

While I don't think we are going to see war (in Europe), we are going to see economic migrations, food & fuel shortages, more unemployment, and general chaos including large riots. Borders are going to be closed. In the case of the UK, this will probably happen ridiculously late and after a couple of million have already entered the country (because we have gutless incompetents running our country).

You can not just "write off" Greece, Spain, Portugal, Italy and others in the southern half of Europe, and expect them to just sit back and accept bankruptcy. If I couldn't put food on the table for my kids, I would go nuts. That's what is going to happen... a short period of extreme chaos and upheaval. Unfortunately, events like this in the past have tended to bring extremists into power.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1464021


You vote for the "gutless incompetents" so it says alot about the British...
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05/27/2012 05:41 AM
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Tuesday this week could bring some really, really surprising bad 'money' news.

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