Liberal elites the world over want more. More power, more financial control, more real estate, abd more rules. The recent departure of Britain from the European Union, at least the decision by the voters to come out from under the umbrella of the organization, has caused panic among the major European power players. There are now whisperings from other member nations that contemplate doing the same thing as Britian, and some European nations are questioning whether being part of the collective is more harmful than beneficial.
The truth is that there have always been leaders who dream of a one-world government, with the elite ruling at the top of the heap. The European Union was always a dicey proposition, uniting nations and cultures under a semi universal government and economy, while retaining a local “flavor” of self determination. The problem with such structures is that there are always technocrats who want more centralized control and power, not to mention greater control over the wealth of member nations. These technocrats are ragingly mad at the Brits for the audacity of snubbing the collective, and they have vowed to make them pay. At the same time, central government elites have vowed to prevent any other nations from slipping away, and that can only happen if they completely remove the very identity of separate nations from within the European Union.
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The E.U. is made up of national economies that vary in their ratio of value consumption versus value creation that result in trade surpluses and trade deficits. Germany creates more value than it consumes and has a trade surplus. Greece consumes more value than it creates and has a trade deficit. With separate national currencies this is accommodated by currency value adjustments. But… with only one currency, the Euro, shared by all national economies, the resulting trade deficits accumulate and cause the inevitable collapse of trade deficit economies as soon as the surplus national economies stop the loans to the deficit countries and cause defaults. When this occurs a lot of someone’s money is going to disappear. Through the derivatives market this will have worldwide consequences and could trigger the collapse of the dollar because the U.S. accumulated Federal deficit is on a suicidal trajectory. You will never hear this anywhere else and that should be really alarming.