Uniunea Democratica

February 27, 2011 · Bagat la Blegisme, Cretinisme, Ioropa, Romania 

Care este ea, europeană.
Să citim, deci, ca să nu murim proști:

“…At a summit of centre-right EU leaders in Helsinki next Friday, Mr Kenny will use his position as Ireland’s new Prime Minister to beg the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, and French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, for concessions ahead of an emergency March 11 Brussels summit to restructure the euro zone.
But neither the two European leaders nor the European Central Bank or EU will permit any substantial changes, despite the huge popular Irish revolt against the bailout.
Chancellor Merkel will tell Mr Kenny that if he wants to reduce the high, punitive 5.8 per cent interest rate charged on EU loans then Ireland will have to give up its low corporate tax rates – a measure regarded as vital to Ireland’s recovery and one of the few economic policies it has not yet handed over to Brussels or Frankfurt.
The new Irish premier will also be warned that there is no question of forcing privately-owned financial institutions to assume Ireland’s £85 billion bank debts because the resulting market panic would spread to Germany and France, tearing the euro single currency apart.
As Irish voters headed for the polling booths on Friday, the European Commission bluntly declared that the terms of the EU-IMF bailout “must be applied” whatever the will of Ireland’s people or regardless of any change of government.
“It’s an agreement between the EU and the Republic of Ireland, it’s not an agreement between an institution and a particular government,” said a Brussels spokesman.
A European diplomat, from a large eurozone country, told The Sunday Telegraph that “the more the Irish make a big deal about renegotiation in public, the more attitudes will harden“.
“It is not even take it or leave it. It’s done. Ireland’s only role in this now is to implement the programme agreed with the EU, IMF and European Central Bank. Irish voters are not a party in this process, whatever they have been told,” said the diplomat.
In the face of the EU’s refusal to substantially renegotiate the austerity programme, Mr Kenny’s new government will face a grassroots campaign for a referendum…”

D-aici.

Democrație, hăh?
Da, la liber, dar doar când o sugi. De la alții.
Comentariile merită citite.

Asta-i democrația europeană.
Asta-i treaba pentru care se zbate guvernul mioritic să se bage în nuș’ce spațiu, că cică nu mai e nevoie de pașapoarte.
Asta-i treaba care ne așteaptă… ceva mai nașpa, totuși, că noi nu suntem anglo-saxoni.

Democrație, băh?
Da, băh!
Cu… paru’, băh?

DA, BĂH!

Mișto!(0)Fleoșc!(0)

Comentarii

1 Comentariu to “Uniunea Democratica”

  1. drcraciun on February 27th, 2011 10:54 pm

    Comentariul eu va fi naiv deoarece la politici economice chiar ca nu ma pricep. Insa cum mie imi place sa-i poreclesc pe toti, mai ales daca nu au, ca Blegoo de exemplu, destul de bun simt al umorului sa se porecleasca singuri !
    Eu lui Angela Merkel inca de la inceput i-am zis Cruella de Vil. Am aceleasi sentimente fata de ea ca fata de Cruella. Nu am inteles niciodata de ce lui tata ii place de ea. Dar lui ii placea si de Margaret Thatcher, nu si de Ronald Reagan insa. In general am fost de acord cu parerile lui politice despre politicienii din Romania, dar pe astea despre politicienii internationali nu le-am inteles absolut nici o data. Si eu cred ca totusi tata are ceva experienta internationala ca a lucrat si in Finlanda cativa ani buni cand eram eu prin liceu. A fost si in Japonia in delegatie o data, dar de acolo chiar ca a venit complet zapacit si a zis ca abia astepta sa scape de acolo ! Nici nu a stiut cum sa imi descrie Japonia, asa de aiurea s-a simtit acolo.

    A propos, daca vrea sa ma porecleasca cineva pe mine, eu m-am poreclit deja, sunt Patrocle (ca in ambele personaje mai larg cunoscute pe la noi), desi aveti si voi voie sa ma porecliti cum vreti, nu e obligatoriu sa-mi ziceti Patrocle.

    Mișto!(0)Fleoșc!(0)