France gives in to Germany

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PostFri Jun 29, 2012 1:34 am » by *WillEase*


France Ready to Give Europe Control Over Budget

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France is ready to give up control of its taxation and spending, French Budget Minister Jerome Cahuzac said June 26.
http://ca.news.yahoo.com/france-ready-s ... 59881.html

“This is what we are talking about, budget solidarity in Europe, which implies that not only that the French budget, but also the German, Italian and Spanish budgets be subjected to a review by all our partners,” he said.

“This does not mean abandoning sovereignty, it is sharing,” he added.

The move is a compromise with Germany. “France and Germany have to work together … Germany has to stop imagining inflation everywhere … and France has to understand that it is also perhaps in the interest of our country, for France to move towards this sharing of sovereignty,” said Cahuzac.

This compromise shows the power Germany has to get its way.

In February 2009, Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry warned that the economic crisis and resulting social unrest would “eventually force Europeans to succumb to a strong united government of Europe, led ultimately not from Brussels, but from Berlin.”
https://www.thetrumpet.com/5786.0.111.0 ... eek-crisis

That will be the ultimate result of “sharing” control of national budgets. Watch for Germany to finagle the process so that giving up power to Europe ultimately means giving it to Germany.

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PostFri Jun 29, 2012 1:46 am » by 99socks


willease666 wrote:
That will be the ultimate result of “sharing” control of national budgets. Watch for Germany to finagle the process so that giving up power to Europe ultimately means giving it to Germany.



The Nazis would be laughing at that.
http://www.thedailysheeple.com/obamas-doj-silent-as-new-black-panthers-leader-incites-violence-in-ferguson_082014








I can't speak about how much of the Constitution is in effect anymore... But thank God we still somewhat resemble a Republic and not a democracy!


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PostFri Jun 29, 2012 1:55 am » by Eldorado


Are they ready to outlaw circumcision just like Germany too??

Huh willease....?? can you tell us?
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PostFri Jun 29, 2012 2:53 am » by Kaarmaa


As Europe’s Currency Union Frays, Conspiracy Theories Fly
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/15/business/as-europes-currency-union-frays-conspiracy-theories-fly.html?_r=1&pagewanted=all

The last several years have been a time of repeated crises, with Germany appearing to be rigid until, at the last moment, it agrees to something to avert disaster without actually doing anything to allow the troubled countries’ economies to grow.

The European Central Bank gave cheap loans to banks to enable them to buy their own countries’ bonds, and they did. In the process, that allowed many foreign investors, including German banks, to bail out. As depositors grew worried and withdrew money from banks in troubled countries, the European Central Bank made up the difference by lending money to national central banks — and borrowing from the Bundesbank. The effect has been to relieve the German private sector at the expense of the public sector.

The endgame may be approaching. Troubled countries are facing an increasingly clear choice. They can stay in the euro zone, and face years of endless recession. They can abandon the euro, perhaps bringing catastrophe but giving them the freedom to devalue their new currencies. Or they can accept the German offer: Surrender sovereignty. Accept German leadership and domination of a unified Europe. Then we will bail you out.

If Europe does not accept the offer, and the euro disintegrates, it is hard to know how it will play out. There are, by design, no rules about how the euro zone could be untangled. But after the dust settled, Germany would be among the losers. A new German mark would no doubt be much stronger than the euro is now, making life a lot harder for German exporters. That reality has led some in Europe to think that Germany is bluffing, and that it will continue to pay the bill even if it cannot get what it wants.

That has angered Germans. “A Game of Euro Chicken” was the headline on a commentary by Jan Fleischhauer in last week’s edition of Der Spiegel, the German magazine. “For Germany, being part of the European Union has always included an element of blackmail,” he wrote. “France has been playing this card from the beginning, but now the Spanish and the Greeks have mastered the game. They’re banking on Berlin losing its nerve.”

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PostFri Jun 29, 2012 4:21 pm » by Flecktarn


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look at this badge and what do you see

this in the joint Franco-German Brigade
The Brigade was formed in 1987 following a summit between President Mitterrand of France and Chancellor Kohl of Germany. The Brigade became operational on October 2, 1989 under the command of General Jean-Pierre Sengeisen. Currently, the FGB is stationed at Müllheim, Metz, Donaueschingen, Illkirch-Graffenstaden, and Immendingen as part of the Eurocorps.

In February 2009 it was announced that a German battalion of the force was to be moved to Illkirch near Strasbourg in France.[]


these thing happen for a reason and its all pre planned for years in advance
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