The Tragedy of the European Union

The Tragedy of the European Union

Disintegration or Revival?

Book - 2014
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Relates the history of the European Union, discusses the current financial crisis, and identifies the culprits and parties responsible and offers a diagnosis for turning the situation around.
Publisher: New York, NY : PublicAffairs, ♭2014
Edition: First edition
Description: xxx, 173 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
ISBN: 9781610394215
1610394216
Branch Call Number: 337.142 Sor
Additional Contributors: Schmitz, Gregor Peter

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StarGladiator
Nov 17, 2016

All the self-propaganda, and stuff generated by hired flunkies, from Soros, reminds me of all the fiction put out there on Andrew Carnegie [his world peace travels, when in reality he was selling subs from his shipyards to the Kaiser, giving all his money away, et cetera, then what is the net worth of Andrew Carnegie Rockefeller, one wonders????].
Super-speculator Soros [cousin to Madeleine Albright, BTW, both of them residing on a very low moral plane] may claim to have good intentions, but his manipulation invariably favors his own finances - - and since the discombobulated financial scheme of the European Union favors his kind, i.e., financial jackals [the adoption of the Euro was first promoted by the French branch of the Rothschild banking family], one has little faith in his philosophy. [If you have the time, check out present and former members of Rothschild Asset Management and see their connections to some interesting events.]

deleuzerimbaud Apr 04, 2015

Brilliant and increasingly relevant theme of European union as an osmotic association with biased underwriters (Bundesbank, European Parliament). Good analysis on an association built on vastly disproportionate leverages.

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