Corporate Power / Corporate Destruction EU Nations

Big Business' Destruction of Europe - Greece, for now...

The Trilateral Commission’s oft-cited Crisis of Democracy report of 1975 argued, from the establishment’s perspective, that a multi-level response was required. One aimed not only at reducing the bargaining power of labour, but also at promoting ‘a greater degree of moderation in democracy’ and a greater disengagement (..) to be achieved by spreading ‘apathy’." -- 'The EU cannot be democratised - here’s why', 2018, by Thomas Fazi and Bill Mitchell

"It's very hard to fire workers in Europe," he complained. His answer: the euro. - The euro would really do its work when crises hit, Mundell explained. Removing a government's control over currency would prevent nasty little elected officials from using Keynesian monetary and fiscal juice to pull a nation out of recession. "It puts monetary policy out of the reach of politicians," he said. " (And) without fiscal policy, the only way nations can keep jobs is by the competitive reduction of rules on business." He cited labor laws, environmental regulations and, of course, taxes. All would be flushed away by the euro. Democracy would not be allowed to interfere with the marketplace – or the plumbing." -- Greg Palast: 'Robert Mundell, evil genius of the euro', 2012, Guardian
"Despite its crises the European Union keeps on getting stronger – its power comes from the decline of participation in national politics.". The European Union and the End of Politics, 2012, James Heartfield

"No advanced nation has endured such a massive collapse in productive capacity building. The IMF, the European Commission and the ECB have conspired to destroy the prosperity of this nation for many decades to come. There should be criminal charges laid." Greece still should exit and escape the grip of the vandals, Febr 2017, Bill Mitchell
See Harald Schumann's documentaries about the EU on Youtube. Begin with this: 'The Trail of the Troika | A must-see to understand the situation in Greece.'
Germany took over Europe with its Deutschmarks more easily than with its Panzer divisions.
Sean Gervasi, former JFK advisor,