Producers vs. consumers
I have written about this before (here, here and here) and the news out of Greece today highlights how that battle between those who pay and those who party is growing more fierce. The bills are coming due for some sixty years of insane political, social, economic, and foreign policy decisions by Europe's elite, culminating in the monstrosity known as the EU and its golden amulet, the Euro, which was to protect the Old World from the domination of the New.
When reality bites, it is painful, indeed. Could not be more clear. Europe is washed up. A collection of noisy, preening has-beens, never-weres, and never-will-bes who thought that pompous and empty phrases, hairy-legged women, insufferable movies, tinny matchbox cars, and holding unfiltered cigarettes at a jaunty angle while wearing a beret and pontificating on the Paris Commune and the French Revolution would translate into power, real power. No. That's not the way it's done.
|These are not Greek|
All that European pretension, all that chicanery, all that self-delusion, and all that existentialist babble have produced the spectacle we see on the streets of Greece, and might see soon in Spain, Italy, and Portugal. The EU has labored mightily and produced what Europe always produces better than anybody else in history, chaos and violence masked as a cause.
My worry? We have people in charge of our own Great Republic who want it to be just like Europe. They can see Europe crumbling, and that's what they want for us!
For America, Europe should be in our past, not in our future.
|Europasaurus: A well-known predator who fed on delusion and pomposity.|