Economic Crisis

ECB?s Paramo: ?Prepare To Give Up Significant Sovereignty?

Via zerohedge.com

José Manuel González Páramo

The only quote worth noting from the just delivered speech by ECB executive board member José Manuel González-Páramo is the following: ?We cannot completely delegate governance to financial markets. The euro area is the world?s second largest monetary area. It cannot depend solely on the opinions of ratings agencies and markets. It needs economic governance arrangements that are preventive and linear. This underscores my central point that a much more comprehensive approach to economic governance is now the priority for the euro area.

And this means more economic and financial integration for the euro area, with a significant transfer of sovereignty to the EMU level over fiscal, structural and financial policies.? In other words, in order to protect people from the ?stupidity? of rating agencies which after years of lying have finally started telling the truth, and the market which does what it always does, and punishes those who fail, Europe must be prepared to give up ?significant sovereignty? (sounds better than Anschluss) to Europe?s ?betters? which is another way of saying ?he who pays the piper calls the tune.? And ?he? in this case is, of course, Germany. In other words, courtesy of one failed monetary experiment Germany will succeed, without sheeding one drop of blood, where it failed rather historically some 70 years ago.

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2 Comments

  1. Looks like the Antichrist has things in Europe well under control – moving attitudes to accept a global power to control the finances and equity markets

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