If the Euro fails.......

#3
I shall laugh my semi-redundant 'dangly' bits off and keep the other item ready to celebrate the collapse of the unelected and unaccountable European Soviet Union.

I shall also rejoice that we in GB would keep the £14,500,000 a day that currently we give away to the Euroswine.
 
#4
I wouldn't rejoice just yet: the latter part of the article described Merkel's support for a proposal that Economic and political union must be ever closer and governments should be obliged to present their Budgets to the Commission before adoption.
 
#5
Aaaahhh I see the cunning argument. The EU has only failed because it wasn't politically strong enough - we need a much stronger treaty which will bind us all together and stop any countries from straying from the agreed Franco-German economic model. "One country, one people, one leader" sort of thing - perhaps it sounds better in another language.
 
#6
Fukc the kraut bitch
 
#7
Dn't even joke about it, I get paid in Euro.
 
#8
If the Euro fails the EU fails?
So any ideas on how to make the Euro fail?
 
#9
Herrumph said:
Aaaahhh I see the cunning argument. The EU has only failed because it wasn't politically strong enough - we need a much stronger treaty which will bind us all together and stop any countries from straying from the agreed Franco-German economic model. "One country, one people, one leader" sort of thing - perhaps it sounds better in another language.
Hitler would be proud.
 
#10
carlbcfc said:
Herrumph said:
Aaaahhh I see the cunning argument. The EU has only failed because it wasn't politically strong enough - we need a much stronger treaty which will bind us all together and stop any countries from straying from the agreed Franco-German economic model. "One country, one people, one leader" sort of thing - perhaps it sounds better in another language.
Hitler would be proud.
Well done, Trigger.
 
#11
stacker1 said:
carlbcfc said:
Herrumph said:
Aaaahhh I see the cunning argument. The EU has only failed because it wasn't politically strong enough - we need a much stronger treaty which will bind us all together and stop any countries from straying from the agreed Franco-German economic model. "One country, one people, one leader" sort of thing - perhaps it sounds better in another language.
Hitler would be proud.
Well done, Trigger.
I know. I just wanted to state the bloody obvious for those that did not get it :D
 
#12
carlbcfc said:
stacker1 said:
carlbcfc said:
Herrumph said:
Aaaahhh I see the cunning argument. The EU has only failed because it wasn't politically strong enough - we need a much stronger treaty which will bind us all together and stop any countries from straying from the agreed Franco-German economic model. "One country, one people, one leader" sort of thing - perhaps it sounds better in another language.
Hitler would be proud.
Well done, Trigger.
I know. I just wanted to state the bloody obvious for those that did not get it :D
Then you noticed that he got the words country and people in the wrong places?
 
#14
Excuse my ignorance on this issue but how many countries would need to be in a similar position as Greece before the EU Contingency plan was severly tested: within a Finance & Political level?
 
#15
I'm with lsquared watching my also semi redundant balls fall off whilst laughing so much.

From the linked article ".....collapse of communism." I thought that this had been re-created in the EUSSR
 
#16
Sweet, so gentleman I take it we are all convinced of our convictions and predictions?

Ok, how about a bet?....I can open a paypal account and if the Euro has collapsed in a year (we can work out the details) I'll pay out, if I've won I get the money.

We'll probably have to work out what currancy people who bet against me and win will get, since my Euros will be toilet paper in the event of a collapse.......but since I won't lose I have no fear :twisted:

I'm open to refinements of the terms.
 
#17
#18
Luckily I kept hold of all my DM ready for this very day!!! They were much better than the euro, got lots more of them for my pounds!!
 
#19
Euro worked fine when everyone was going in the same direction.

Now, everyone is pulling in entirely different directions, with all the joyous infighting which results!
 
#20
I have more than 'a few' eurines - (I have three grand-children resident in France - half-French in fact. Their father, my son, was born in Germany - fodder for the Euroswine).

I would happily lose the lot to see the 'troughing' European Soviet Union collapse like a pricked balloon - provided:

NO BRITISH SOLDIERS WERE INVOLVED IN THE INEVITABLE 'SORT OUT'.

Let the 'euroswine federalists' sort out their own mess!
 

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