There are people in Europe that are quite angry when Barack Obama and other people from the US tell politicians of the eurozone to solve the eurocrisis once and for all. Maybe now these European politicians can even say that is makes no sense that the Americans try to give lessons to the Europeans when their Congress cannot agree in how to reduce the enormous debt of the US (I have always thought that the big problem to the world in the long run is not the eurocrisis but the excessive debt of the US)
We could continue like this with Europeans and Americans arguing about who should give lesson to whom but while we continue like this one thing is for sure: the dictatorship of China becomes each day more powerful!
What I mean is that it is time that the US and Europe realise that they need each other! We should stop quarelling about who is the one that is doing the things in a worse way! Both parts are showing that they are acting in a bad way: the eurozone could have solved the eurocrisis a long time ago if the countries of the eurozone realised that ALL HAVE TO LOOSE IN ORDER TO WIN! And the same applies to the US maybe. But I won’t say to the US what to do. I think that back in Europe we have too much trouble to say to others what to do! I just wish that common sense takes place in both parts of the Atlantic. If not Democracy will be defeated in the long run I am afraid. Because the Chinese could always associate our fall to the fact that we are democracies. IS THAT NOT ENOUGH REASON FOR US TO UNITE?
- The Eurocrisis: Will Somebody Please Push the Big Red Button? (delong.typepad.com)
- ‘When in Rome, do as Brussels bids…’ (rt.com)
- Eurozone crisis: Live (guardian.co.uk)
- Blame game begins as US debt crisis ‘super committee’ admits defeat (telegraph.co.uk)
- Debt fears assail markets from all sides (business.financialpost.com)
- Who owes what to whom in Europe (flowingdata.com)
- French and German eurozone woes rock markets [Important info on what is happening.] (jhaines6.wordpress.com)