German court to decide fate of the euro
Germany's Constitutional Court holds the fate of the euro in its hands when it rules next week on whether a crucial euro zone financial rescue fund can go ahead.
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#1 Sep 4, 2012
No German Court is independent enough to go against the Euro and, therefore, the whole of Europe will soon form a money transfer union to receive German money to have the indebted countries saved from oblivion.
Afterwards all will be bankrupt, naturally, but who cares. Socialism must be built as long as a majority still wants it and that is only possible, after all, when poverty reigns throughout. Lenin will get his due in the end.
So, watch this worthwhile spectacle and transformation.
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