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 Post subject: 'Jury's out' on future of European Union & the Euro Currency
PostPosted: 19 Mar 2009, 9:16 am 
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MS Note: Taking Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill's words into today's goe-political context PFMPE might state: It's better to solution-solution than to jaw-jaw &/or war-war. Please, read on to see where did I get this sentence from.

Who is Mr. Viscount Etienne Davignon?
Well You be the judge on this well documented with photographs in depth expose by Institute for the Study of Globalization & Covert PoliTics - here is the thread from one of old Europe's leading think-tanks.
http://www.isgp.eu/introduction.htm

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Threads of photo-sources in respective order:
http://www.tribune.ie/news/home-news/article/2008/oct/05/ireland-set-for-lisbon-dog-house/
https://en.xiandos.info/images/4/42/Round_table.jpg
http://www.nogw.com/images/davignon_wolfowitz.jpg
http://www.gnosticliberationfront.com/World_Order_Cercle_Pilgrims_1001.gif

tribune.it wrote:
IRELAND will be in Europe's "dog house" if we reject the Lisbon Treaty in a second referendum, according to the chairman of the secretive global business organisation, the Bilderberg Group. Viscount Etienne Davignon issued the stark caution in a rare interview ahead of addressing an international conference on Lisbon in University College Cork (UCC) on Wednesday.

"Ireland will be in the dog house if it says no for a second time", Davignon told the Sunday Tribune."


EUOBSERVER - ANDREW RETTMAN wrote:
'Jury's out' on future of Europe, EU doyen says.
MS Note: a doyen: a man who is the eldest or senior member of a group, profession, or society.
French: doyenne
16.03.2009 @ 09:01 CET
EUOBSERVER / BRUSSELS - The financial crisis is likely to create fundamental changes in the EU, but the bloc is still at an early stage of formulating its response, Belgian industrialist & former EU commissioner Etienne Davignon told EUobserver.

"It's clear that the world will not be the same after September 2008," he said in an interview on 12 March, referring to events last year such as the fall of Lehman Brothers bank in the US, which first put in the public eye what has since become the global economic crisis.

"How does Europe adjust to that change is the question. There is no objective reason to say that we will fail. There is not yet a clear indication that we will succeed in that test, so the jury's out."

The 77-year old Mr Davignon is vice-chairman of Belgian energy firm Suez-Tractebel & president of Brussels-based NGO Friends of Europe. In the 1960s he worked under EU 'founding father' Paul-Henri Spaak in the Belgian foreign ministry & in the 1980s was EU commissioner for industry.

Six months into the crisis, EU governments are at the stage of studying technical measures such as greater bank regulation & galvanizing political will for future change, Mr Davignon said. But it will take another 18 to 24 months before the full effects of the crunch become clear.

In the current "grey period," Mr Davignon expects the 19 March EU summit & the 2 April G20 meeting in London to generate goodwill for co-ordinated action, but not to come out with detailed agendas.

"These two meetings are going to be important because of what [the media] will say - is it a lot of jaw-jaw & everything will get worse? Or maybe it's the beginning of a realisation that the world will no longer be the same and we are going to do something about it."

MS Note: to jaw-jaw: to ramble on: to talk, especially in a long-winded or pointless way.
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (1874–1965) wrote:
Remarks at a White House luncheon, June 26, 1954. His exact words are not known, because the meetings & the luncheon that day were closed to reporters, but above is the commonly cited version. Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill's words are quoted as “It is ‘better to jaw-jaw than to war-war,’” in the sub-heading on p. 1 of The New York Times, June 27, 1954, & as “To jaw-jaw always is better than to war-war” p. 3.
Source:http://www.bartleby.com/73/1914.html


MS Note: Taking Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill's words into today's goe-political context PFMPE might state: It's better to solution-solution than to jaw-jaw &/or war-war.

A meeting in June in Europe of the Bilderberg Group - an informal club of leading politicians, businessmen and thinkers chaired by Mr Davignon - could also "improve understanding" on future action, in the same way it helped create the euro in the 1990s, he said.

"When we were having debates on the euro, people [at Bilderberg events] could explain why it was worth taking risks & the others, for whom the formal policy was not to believe in it, were not obliged not to listen & had to stand up & come up with real arguments."

Future horizons
Mr Davignon spoke in favour of international bank regulation & dismissed fears that the potential creation of eurobonds - a government bond guaranteed by all 16 eurozone countries - would increase the cost of borrowing for the other nine EU members.

"National regulation of the financial sector has been a disaster. Ireland is a case. Iceland is a case," he said. "The fact that you are making the euro countries healthier [via eurobonds] is an element that makes the situation of the less healthy less difficult to solve."

The European Commission should relax rules on state aid & public deficits so long as it creates a clear new playbook for all EU states to follow, the Belgian businessman added. But it should not tolerate curbs on the single market as posited by French leader Nicolas Sarkozy, who in February urged French car firms not to move to the Czech Republic.

"That is totally unacceptable ...Yesterday, a French car producer was a French car producer. A German car producer was a German producer. Fiat was an Italian producer. Now they have a French origin, a German origin, an Italian origin. But they are European producers & we told them to be like this."

Mr Davignon predicted that deeper EU integration as envisaged in the Lisbon treaty will continue due to a "majority movement" that is "irresistible over a period of time," even if an individual member state opts out.

A second negative referendum in Ireland on Lisbon "would put on the agenda the notion that if somebody says No, why do we have to care about them?" he said.

Godless & confused
The Belgian aristocrat warned that rising anti-establishment feeling in Europe will complicate attempts to implement new policy. But he indicated that the phenomenon has deeper roots than the financial crisis.

"People understand confusedly that there is a change [in the air]," he said. "But no government will satisfy the reactions of the people. They (the people, ms) have the greatest reticence & cynicism against anybody who holds responsibility.

"Against the business community because of the financial excesses. Also, the church has disappeared. The popular reaction is also a consequence of the fact that a number of traditional references have disappeared. People are looking for what is the reference."said Mr. Davignon.


Plus a way-easy-way to learn about MPE :grin: And then once You know about it & your imagination kicks in we are on the way to the solution we all long for so long. Good original music too.
mike montagne explains inherent monetary failure under the world's central banking systems... versus mathematically perfected economy. NEXT: PART 01B - INTRO -- OR VIEW ALL IN SEQUENCE FROM PLAY LIST.


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While 12,000 homes a day continue to go into foreclosure, mathematically perfected economy™ would re-finance a $100,000 home with a hundred-year lifespan at the overall rate of $1,000 per year or $83.33 per month. Without costing us anything, we would immediately become as much as 12 times as liquid on present revenue. Transitioning to MPE™ would apply all payments already made against existent debt toward principal. Many of us would be debt free. There would be no housing crisis, no credit crisis. Unlimited funding would immediately be available to sustain all the industry we are capable of.

There is no other solution. Regulation can only temper an inherently terminal process.

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