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Saturday, 12 May 2012

Money printing rekindles German fear

"Printing money can't be an answer" to solving the problems of European economic growth, according to German foreign minister Guido Westerwelle.

European money printing (quantitative easing) and the acceptance of future euro-inflation threaten the very fundamentals of German economic stability, and German post-Hitler financial values.  See Der Spiegel's "High inflation causes societies to disintegrate", and the earlier postings "Hitler and today's Europe" and "Soros' criticism of German policy".

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