Monthly Archives: April 2012

You have to be hopeful, even if there appears to be no hope

There is no denying that a majority of citizens in Europe is unwilling to understand that the European welfare state needs to be considerably reduced if the Euro-zone wants to deal with the global market reality effectively. Continue reading

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Please do not choose to live in a fantasy land!

On April 22 and May 6, French voters, will have the chance to decide whether they want to live in a protective fantasy land (Hollande, Le Pen, Mélenchon, Joly) or whether they want to accept the fact that there is no hiding from the hard-knuckled world we are actually living in. Continue reading

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The hypocrites of “El País”

Why doesn’t El País understand that it is largely due to its own relentless resistance to any recent austerity proposal that the markets are now losing faith in Spain’s ability to come to grips with their burgeoning deficit? Continue reading

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