These days when the UK is celebrating the Diamond Jubilee something quite weird has happened at the other side of the English channel.
Yesterday I had the feeling as if Europe was not attacked. Yesterday was a holiday bank in the City so the speculators that speculate with European bonds could not hit European markets.
Yesterday was a strange day. I had the surreal sensation that yesterday we were having a break in a war between the City and the eurozone.
Yesterday the yields od Spanish bonds relaxed. So, it was obvious that when England sleeps Spain can breath!
So I had the feeling yestarday as if the capital of England was in war with mainland Europe.
Yesterday was one of the few days that there were good news in Spain and mainland Europe. You could even say Barroso and Merkel speaking in a relaxed way from Brussels.
So yesterday I had the feeling that so much mistrust to the eurozone had much to do with being attacked from London.
Yesterday I had the feeling as if London was the responsible of the problems of the eurozone. One day with the City closed and things seem quite.
Until here my sensations yesterday. Now the reflections …
– The City, in London, is the place where most money is handled so it is not strange that if London is closed then few things happens.
– It is not London the one attacking the eurozone. London is just the place that has the City and it is the City the one full of speculators but also with the money needed.
I do not know, but it is strange what happen yesterday. It make me feel uncomfortable that sense that when the UK has a bank holiday then Europe can breath. It was a sense that London has a lot of power.
Maybe it is time to bring a part of this power to mainland! A lot of people in London are getting rich just with the transactions the eurozone does.
Maybe I am wrong, but yesterday I had the feeling as if Europe was at war. At a war withouth traditional weapons. An economical war where the weapons are the yields, etc. The speculators would be the militia in that war.
Maybe one lesson of all this is that the eurozone learns a lesson: from now on all the money it needs for the states must come from the eurozone. The last we need to go to the City the best.
Yesterday I discover we were in a very weird war. It is a war made using currencies and bonds.
Decades and centuries before armies needed to invade other countries to bring power and fortune home. Now we do not do that. And my conclusion is that we do not do that because it is too expensive. Now it is enough to have a right prestigious newspaper called Financial Times and a place called The City.
Maybe I am crazy but I have the feeling that in some decades all this that is happening with the euro would be considered as the first bloodless sophisticated war taking place in Europe.
A war without blood, a war without weapons, a war where people can move freely. But a war. A war in the sense that one part tries to harm the other in order to take an advantage.
If when the City in London sleeps I can breath then, I am sorry, but I must see the City as a place that can harm me.
So, I think it is time to see the Financial Times not as a respected newspaper made in London but as a propaganda war machine of the City. A war without war but with casualties.
SPECULATORS FROM LONDON ARE HARMING CIVILIANS AROUND EUROPE. IT IS TIME THAT THE EUROZONE TAKES CONTROL OF THINGS SOUTH OF THE ENGLISH CHANNEL. WE MUST NOT ALLOW THAT EACH DAY WE HAVE TO BE AFRAID OF THIS SPECULATORS AS IF THE CITY WAS THROWING ECONOMICAL BOMBS ACCROSS EUROPE.
SOME DECADES AGO CRAZY MEN DID THROW BOMBS TO CITIES FULL OF CIVILIANS. NOW THE FINANCIAL TIMES AND THE SPECULATORS FORM LONDON AND ELSEWHERE ARE THROWING SPECULATIVE BOMBS EACH DAY TO THE HOPES OF THE EUROZONE. THIS SHOULD BE STOPPED!
SPECULATORS BRING TERROR TO EUROPEAN MARKETS! THERE SHOULD NOT BE HEAVEN FOR THEN IN THE EUROZONE OR ANY COUNTRY WHO OPPOSES TERRORISING THE WORLD WITH SPECUALTIVE MOVEMENTS.