The Euro is rooted

There are too many bludging Greeks and Spaniards and Italians bludging off the Germans. The French will start bludging next.


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  • ConwayCaptain

    In the Daily Telegraph today the Finns are actively preparing for the collapse of the Euro. They have said that they will back NO MORE BAIL OUTS.

    • le sphincter

      You have the answer !
      Rather than have the weak nations ‘leave’ the euro the strong nations should leave the euro to the stragglers and join the pound !
      The euro then plummets in value wiping out the debt and the Germans and Brits and Dutch etc have a new ‘mark’ which will be called the pound instead

      • ConwayCaptain

        The Brits wouldnt let anyone else into tthe GBP. For a common currency to work you need one Minister of Finance andf one set of monetary laws. The Brits wouldnt let the Krauts anywhere near it.

  • Gazzaw

    My Norwegian friends are laughing all the way to the bank (literally).

  • Alloytoo

    Euro’s biggest problem is not the Greeks or Italians or Spanards threating to leave the Euro, it’s the Germans. Who would pay the bills then?

  • blazer

    the biggest ‘bludgers’ have been revealed…parasitic ,criminal banks in the U.S and U.K/Europe…Libor,money laundering,CDO’s,CDS’s,Robo signing,market rigging…etc,etc

  • MrV

    Who lent the lazy Greeks money … the German banks!
    OK the Greeks are lazy, but that was a known quantity (been in default a large part of their history).
    Why did the Germans lend them money, when it is historically clear the Greek economy struggles to be competitive … there is the real stupidity.