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  1. Pred United Kingdom

    Pred Well-Known Member

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    heres a good graphic
    shows what each country owes
    what an absolute game of musical chairs

    it' s like me saying i owe paul a million, he owes frank 1.5 million who owes admin 1 million who owes me 1.5 million, so you see guvnor we cant pay you back
    nuts

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-15748696

    click each country link to show graphic
     
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    Thanks for posting ... I like these web graphics as it makes it so much easier to understand.

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    Pred Well-Known Member

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    yeah, makes easier as very complicated

    I don't like the states and their incessant meddling in europe
    however, when you see how much cash they are owed, they do have a say in things
    everyones fault for letting get that way


    this is also very thought provoking. has been talked about in truther circles, but is now being talked about already in mainstream

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/b...cy-goldman-sachs-conquers-europe-6264091.html
     
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    Every country in the world owes each other money, most of the times its on long term loans or bonds which can not be paid a la minute and most of the time it is better to leave them as they gain interest.

    Being a mainland Europe citizen living in The UK there is something which I can not understand... On every news item being it the BBC, the Guardian or any other source seem to critize the Eurozone for being the Eurozone and the fact that huge bailouts are being paid, but how strong is the British Pound? We have seen a huge crash a few years ago, I still remember that one Euro was worth more or the same then a Pound..

    How strong is the British Pound? Looking at how many people over here are in debt being caught up in payday loans, buying cars on credit or even decorating their houses using a credit card in combination with the huge unemployment rate amongst youngsters...Not even to mention the fact that the UK does not really export anything and basically lives on importing things..

    It makes me wonder... How close is the UK to a 2nd meltdown and who will support them and should they have not joined the Euro when it was launched?

    I hope I get my point across... Not pointing fingers at anyone or trying to talk down the GBP but its just an observation.
     
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