Skip to comments.Germany Should Back Growth Or Leave Euro-Soros
Posted on 09/09/2012 4:08:14 AM PDT by SeminoleCounty
(Reuters) - Germany should leave the euro zone if it is not prepared to take a more decisive lead in helping the euro zone's weaker nations escape a spiral of increasing indebtedness and economic decline, veteran financier George Soros said on Saturday. Soros said Europe faced a prolonged depression and an acrimonious end to the European unification project if steps were not taken to help its southern nations grow their way out of the debt crisis by collectively assuming some of their debt and relaxing its German-led insistence on austerity.
(Excerpt) Read more at reuters.com ...
Sad is that there are people dumb enough to still listen to Soros
The destroyer of countries giving advice.
Ask yourself who will profit from his advice.
The Jew who got rich by helping Hitler steal from Jews
Tho it would be better to be younger and do it myself.
In either event, stepping on a cockroach would cause more 'inner turmoil'.
Yes, Soros is in for Soros...first and foremost
No doubt Soros is shorting the Euro and knows that Germany pulling out of the Eurozone would mean its collapse and he could cash in his chips for a few more billions.
Soros will live to be 100 because even Satan doesn’t want to be around this devil.
I agree, Soreass intends to make another billion out of this somehow.
Typical leftist. Pretending to care about people while really in it for the money. Demanding that the fiscally responsible pay for the irresponsible. Proposing a “solution” that will leave everyone worse off.
Germany leave the Euro?
That would be like the NFL leaving professional football.
Merkel ought to tell Georgie to pound sand.
Every proposal I've seen involves Germany lending Greece and friends even more money. Is Soros talking about just giving them money like a drunken stepchild whose mother is screeching at you to heelp?
This must be a satire .... =.=
So the EUrozone is, in reality, a vehicle for wealth re-distribution? If I were Germany I would get out.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.