Wednesday 17 February 2010

EU flexes Lisbon muscle in Greece

The European Empire has used its new powers to undermine national sovereignty under the Lisbon Treaty for the first time by removing Greece's right to vote at a meeting of finance ministers next month as punishment for their financial problems.

Unless Greece complies with instructions from other imperial finance ministers over their austerity budget, the European Empire will take over running the Greek economy.

Meanwhile, it looks like some Germans shops are refusing to accept high denomination Euro notes printed in Portugal, Ireland, Italy or Greece.