20 Nov 2011

Europe United in Diversity is Over, Enter the New European Project, Art of Supersate part 1V

There was no way it could have survived in such a battered demoralised form. Superstate part 3 was sucked into the Whirlpool and drowned in a sea of debt and confusion. Patronising tones from the Brussels Elitenprojekt were resented by citizens. They object to being forced to tighten their belts, while a fat pig got larger and moved to stand on two feet in defiance of nature.
Berlin and London have agreed to disagree. The Saxon Queen will ask her people and the core Euro ins to support a new smaller integrated Eurozone. It will be be managed collectively by that club of governments under the supervision of Berlin's Frankfurt HQ for operations (ECB).
The grand design in Brussels is over for the moment. The Euro outs Confederate Nations of Europe now being referred to as The Network will form an economic and political check and balance.

With privileges to join and leave the new Eurozone pending performance on both sides of the divide, Art of Superstate part 1V should evolve organically or remain as it is till events determine otherwise.
Time stops for the Brussels project "United in Diversity" as
the new German engine powers Art of Supersate part 1V.  

Given the history and complexity of the continent it is too much to expect citizens to follow the Brussels plan unquestioningly. Democratic rights are being approached and in the cases of Greece and Italy shelved.

As the storm arrives it will serve better those who are sinking under the weight of the Union to lighten the ship and float.

Austerity doesn't have to be so punishing. The next big battle is again with the Banksters. No casino in the world refunds gamblers' losses. The banks need to be cut loose from the real work of building by sweat and toil. If this battle is not won then all the political planning will be for nothing as citizens will do the job themselves.

As we have seen in action across the Maghreb and now Syria, what starts as a denial of service to peaceful demand for reform ends in the monster having its head removed. None or thing is too big or too powerful.

Surely this new arrangement between the Eurozone and Confederate nations of Europe cannot be worst than that of people listening each day to the prospects of a dark future dictated by a 1% which believe money is more important than people.