The Eurozone has likely entered its final calendar year, contraction coming


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HELP ENLIGHTEN YOUR FELLOWS. BE SURE TO PASS THIS ON. SURVIVAL DEPENDS ON IT.
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 RAMIN MAZAHERI, Senior Correspondent & Contributing Editor, Dispatch from Paris

Ramin Mazaheri is the chief correspondent in Paris for Press TV and has lived in France since 2009. He has been a daily newspaper reporter in the US, and has reported from Iran, Cuba, Egypt, Tunisia, South Korea and elsewhere. His work has appeared in various journals, magazines and websites, as well as on radio and television.

RAMIN MAZAHERI—But my key question – which is the basis of this series, and is a Communist-inspired accusation of capitalism – remains: when the era of “free money” ends, and knowing that the 1% can never be satiated, how long do the devilish speculators wait to strike the Eurozone, as they did in the summer of 2012, which provoked QE?


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3 thoughts on “The Eurozone has likely entered its final calendar year, contraction coming

  1. Ramin, an absolutely brilliant and stimulating futuristic preview of the Europe we hope to live in. I hope to be around to experience the Communist solution you promise or hope for. France? For historical reasons, maybe so. The Third Millennium Revolution!

  2. Just an indirect point, but which Western nation is the least evil to its poor? As the record of the past century shows, rebuilding an economy can only be done from the bottom up, and this was largely abandoned in the Western nations. The record provides abundant proof of the hellish failures of austerity.

  3. Thanks for the kind words Gaither!

    DH Fabian – that is a good question. I would say that France is, because their poverty rate is the lowest. However, such a good question requires more research, and it may be a “tallest of the seven dwarves” type of situation.

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