Bernd Luke, líder de um partido político anti-euro:
“We use the completely wrong incentives for the crisis countries,” says Lucke. “We do not help them solve their problems, but pile up more debt for them and force them into a recession, which makes the situation simply unsustainable.”
“We think that the euro currently splits the European Union into two parts ー a segment of an economically unsuccessful southern part, and a more northern, or more central, European part, which currently seems to benefit from the misery of the southern European countries, because all of the capital flows back from southern Europe to Germany, and the Netherlands, and other stable countries, where it helps us to do cheap investment, but which is at the expense of those southern European countries, and which certainly is the cause for envious sentiment and angry sentiment in the southern European countries, so that the political tensions within the European Union actually rise.”
Não podia ser mais cristalino.
Luis M. Jorge