WHO WILL SAVE EUROPE’S ECONOMY?– A satirical commentary
Socialism never works. The Euro’s honeymoon is over. As if the economic and social nightmare in Spain and Greece isn’t enough, the socialists in the Euro zone also have Cyprus to deal with. Yes, Cyprus, that tiny bankrupt island that could take a sharp left turn during this month’s elections, has enough Russian prostitutes to keep the local army of communist Chinese investors busy until next spring.
As such, prostitutes in Cyprus are single-handedly stopping “the deteriorating domestic credit conditions and eroding consumer and investor confidence”– described by Standard & Poors.
The calamitous economy of Cyprus, which the socialists in Brussels would rather not deal with, may end up relying on a bailout from these ladies of the night. After all, while socialists in Europe pride themselves in working less hours every year, these dedicated women continue to work hard and have a proven history of successful private enterprise and opposition to government intrusion.
Angela Merkel and her coterie of globalists and sustainable developers are running out of time.
Indeed the economic future of Europe may be in the hands of the world’s oldest profession. No group is better equipped to fight against the socialists in Brussels, day or night.
Someone has to say the truth…
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“Sex buyers in Cyprus are mainly married men, with university degrees, coming from different age/social/ethnic groups, and who consider women as accessory to love.” (Cyprus Women’s Lobby Conference on prostitution and violence against women | Mediterranean Institute on Gender Studies).
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THE HIGH SEAS OF EURO-SOCIALISM: Are Spaniards ready for a mutiny?
In a country with such a fierce sense of individualism and courage—a country that ventured into the depths of the unknown to conquer the world of the 15th Century—nothing could be more bitter than losing its own sovereignty. Such is Spain’s reality.
As the European Union increases its economic demands on Spain through austerity measures, the Spaniards see their sovereignty slip away, day by day. This is what happens after years of Spain selling its soul to the Socialists, even though they are no longer the ruling party in Spain.
The current government is facing a monumental task in its attempt to undo the damage. But Spain still answers to a much higher and powerful entity: the Socialists of the European Union—who after years of economic intemperance, now demand austerity.
This tightening of the belt requires that government payrolls remain frozen for the next year. Public employees (a sector which grew in breathtaking numbers under the Socialist rule in Madrid) will find themselves with significantly less acquisition power, when factoring in the CPI increase (Consumer Price Index).
Another deleterious presence in the Spanish arena are the nongovernmental organizations (NGOs)—which have grown dramatically in the last decade—of course mostly, if not completely, through government subsidies. These NGOs are powerful and influential entities, nationally and internationally. While the NGOs boast about their humanitarian role—little is discussed about their Socialist scheme to control governments, at the expense of the taxpayers.
The Spanish Ministry of Finance has announced that it will outline the austerity measures for 2013—and that it will clarify the overall effort of downsizing. Public employees have warned that they will not back down from their demands—as expressed during the demonstrations held last Friday, against what they call “restrictive democracy”.
The government of Spain will submit its national agenda of austerity reforms to the de facto capital of the EU in Brussels. Yes, you read that correctly– Brussels. Spaniards are crew members on a chaotic ship that sails from Brussels, under the command of the European Union. But– will there be a mutiny? Otherwise, Spaniards will continue to give up their sovereignty, and eventually their idiosyncrasy—as they journey endlessly in a vast and turbulent Socialist sea.
What do you think?
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