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Friday, February 10, 2017

European Commission rushing to eliminate the Euro before the rest of the EU nations do

In the wake of declining economic conditions, and the fact that there is now a race against the clock for the European Commission to lock into place its ultimate authority before the entire European Union breaks apart from a populist revolt, the EC is rushing out to enact an new Action Plan that would eliminate physical euros from use in commerce.

This plan is also being forged as the European Central Bank runs out of options after driving interest rates into negative territory, and after having bought so many corporate and sovereign bonds that there is little more Mario Draghi can do to keep Europe's economy together.

Sweden
In the shadow of Donald Trump’s spree of controversial actions, the European commission has quietly launched the next offensive in the war on cash. These unelected bureaucrats have boldly asserted their intention to crack down on paper transactions across the E.U. and solidify a trend that has been gaining momentum for years. 
The financial uncertainty amplified by Brexit has incentivized governments throughout Europe to seize further control over their banking systems. France and Spain have already criminalized cash transactions above a certain limit, but now the commission has unilaterally established new regulations that will affect the entire union. The fear of physical money flowing out of the trade bloc has manifested a draconian response from the State. 
The European Action Plan doesn’t mention a specific dollar amount for restrictions, but as expected, their reasoning for the move is to thwart money laundering and the financing of terrorism. Border checks between countries have already been bolstered to help implement these new standards on hard assets. Although these end goals are plausible, there are other clear motivations for governments to target paper money that aren’t as noble. - The Anti-Media
Many analysts, including one of the original architects of the Euro, have stated that the flawed currency is quickly perishing, and that nations within the EU are more than likely going to return to their own sovereign currencies.  However this would mean that the EC, and well as the ECB, would lose tremendous power, and as a result they are pushing hard to eliminate physical cash in order to enact a purely digital system through which they can dominate both nations and people by utterly controlling Europe's monetary system.

As we have seen so far in India's failed experiment to eliminate cash and attempt to bring the country's 1.3 billion people into a completely digital system, much of their economy has broken down, and the people have rebelled in a myriad of ways.  And with more and more Europeans waking up and recognizing that the EU experiment has been a hindrance to freedom, prosperity, and cultural sovereignty, the race is on to see who will succeed first... mass exits, or ultimate control over the continents money and banking systems.

Friday, July 15, 2016

European Union proving once again that it is both fascist and anti-free trade

As more and more time goes by, it appears that Britain is by far the smartest nation within the Euro sphere as the un-elected Brussels government ruling the European Union shows its stripes once again through their policies to stifle free trade on the continent.

The European Union started out so many decades ago as a way for nations, and primarily businesses on the European continent, to engage in beneficial trade in the aftermath of World War II.  However, as with any alliance that grows to involve multiple countries, the trade union morphed into a draconian political union, which today has evolved into a fascist anti-free trade coalition that penalizes achievers, and props up companies that cannot compete on their own merits.

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Brussels launched another volley of competition complaints against Google on Thursday, marking the latest gambit in a protracted antitrust saga. 
Margrethe Vestager, the EU’s competition enforcer, issued two extra sets of charges against the US group, alleging that it abused its search clout to muscle out smaller rivals in online advertising and shopping comparison markets. 
However, rather than significantly broadening the regulatory assault against Google, the moves largely consolidate the European Commission’s position as it edges towards infringement decisions and possible fines. These would only come to pass in 2017 at the earliest — some eight years after the first complaint against Google was filed. 
Competition investigators generally wish to avoid additional charge sheets, which indicate their legal case is trickier than first expected. But the concession does not mean the investigation is dead — Ms Vestager stressed such follow-up charges were issued in Brussels’ successful cases against Microsoft and Intel. 
Indeed, her decision signals that she is raising her stakes and is likely to see the matter through to a decision and possible fine — rather than opting for a settlement — according to legal analysts. - Mish Talk
The European Commission has a long history of restricting, fining, or forcing companies not from Europe to pay outrageous prices if their products or services wind up being better than European equivalents.  This decade, the target of EC focus has been Google, but last decade the EC went out of their way to slam Microsoft because their own European software and OS companies couldn't compete with the world's top technology company.

And interestingly enough, the primary reason why European companies and startups can't compete with U.S. and Chinese equivalents?  You guessed it... that same EC bureaucracy.
“Europe is stuffed to the gills with talented people with plenty of ability and ideas.  Let down by lack of enlightened investment, painful (near corrupt) board level management and government that hasn’t changed since the 60s.  Where are the exits for high tech in Europe? No exits = no investments.” 
“Yes indeed Europe’s biggest enemy is its own unprecedented bureaucracy whose sole purpose it is to keep the status quo in the respective membership countries uniquely isolated from the other membership states and collectively the world. There exists a common platform with common laws, rules and regulations, but largely to keep others out, rather than focus to compete on the international front, both for individuals, companies and institutions! I am a Dutchman (proudly) but unfortunately living in a world where the politicians have branded everybody that earns more than them a ‘graaier’, greedy! A most unfortunate attitude, because these are the same people that draft the laws, rules and regulations! Respect for creativity, entrepreneurship, individualism, success  are alien concepts to the European bureaucratic machinery.” - AIE
If you want to know why a predominantly 'Communist' country like China is rising to become the world's most powerful economy and financial system, it is because in both Europe and the United States, the incentive to achieve has been almost completely removed due to political ideologues and political correctness.  And what we have in the West today is the merging of a few corporations with the State to create a fascist form of government that by its very nature stifles innovation and competition, and leads only to collapse.