The Euro: The Genius of Mutual Indebtedness

If you see one video describing the Euro madness… here it is:

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3 Responses to “The Euro: The Genius of Mutual Indebtedness”

  1. pianogirl88 Says:

    Scary…just plain damn scary!

  2. Amazing that you could get so many people to buy into this Ponzi scheme. They’re intellectuals, ya know.

  3. pianogirl88 Says:

    I think Italy is sorry they bought into the Euro madness….every place I shopped while in the northern part of the country for the music festivals, things were totaled in euros, as well as Lira, the previous currency. I’ve been there 7 times, so it’s not like it’s something new with the cash registers.

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