Hmm, I took the plunge and looked on zero hedge.Of course between the utter nonsense, some nuggets of decent information could be find. According to them, it's on foreign policy, migration and fiscal policy. To be fair, it makes sense to centralise these decisions if you want to have the EU be more of a credible player on the block. Also, fiscal policy that sort of is approved by like the ECB makes sense as to avoid a new Greece, and it already exists. Italy has had to negotiate on their fiscal policy for next year because they were apparently outrageous. I suppose migration is the one where there's more issue, since many countries in the EU have opposing opinions on this.
The EU has lost all sight of why it came about. A trading block, and a means to end European wars. The EU has morphed into an elite bankers club, where the ECB control the elected EU parliament. No one elected the bankers.An engineered bank collapse that has seen the biggest transfer of wealth from the poor to the rich was deliberate. You talk about Mediterranean countries, but Ireland was forced to pay 42% of Europe's banker debts. Money that was never owed by Ireland. Ordinary people had that debt loaded on their backs. The poverty, deprivation, homeless crisis, unaffordable homes, unaffordable rents, a very well funded public health service that does not function, people taxed into poverty, eviction courts presided over by County Registrars with limited legal training, homes and farms being sold off to American Vulture funds by banks, where those Vultures were handed Charity status so they pay no tax on massive profits. That's the EU and a spineless Irish government.
I hope so.
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You're obviously ill
That's a weird way of saying "I agree with you".