Finland breaks stride with other nations claiming they aren’t even contemplating the end of Euro by telling the Telegraph it is only a matter of time.
If you have been watching the financial headlines, the media is quoting more and more analysts and economists saying the ejection of Greece from the Euro-zone won’t be that big of a deal.
This of course comes after years of claims that such an event would not only be the beginning of the end for the single Euro currency, but would trigger a cataclysmic financial Armageddon as the fallout from Greece alone would amount to nearly 10 trillion in lost GDP upon the core and the peripheries.
Now we are being prepared for the event; and since it isn’t such a big deal, we can only assume those reports were nothing more than lies to push harsh austerity measures on the masses in order to fund banskter bailouts with insanely high interest rates.
As we are now even getting a timeframe for the first domino to fall – an ejection of Greece – being projected to happen as early as September – quoted live right now on Bloomberg’s ticker – we are also being prepped for the final domino in the chain that will fall: the dissolution of the single European currency.
As the governments across Europe have secretly been planning for the dissolution of the Euro publicly, all have maintained lockstep public policy of not even acknowledging the scenario, instead lying to the public with outlandish claims that the ‘Euro is irreversible’.