Catalonia: The EU’s Not-So-Secret Plans to Break up Nation-States

The insane austerity, no-growth policy of the European Union has undoubtedly fueled the growing movement for independence in Catalonia and elsewhere. But behind the upsurge of calls for breaking up the nations of Europe, there is another, much less mediatized aspect which was taken up by Karel Vereycken, the former spokesman for French presidential candidate Jacques Cheminade, in an interview with Sputnik posted on Oct. 6.Hier   weiterlesen

Spain Should Secede from the Bankrupt Financial System!

The growth of the independence movement in Catalonia is very much a consequence of the austerity policy imposed by the European Union and the European Central Bank in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crash, in order to save the bankrupt banks. Unemployment is nearly 20% average, and for young Spaniards, it is up to 40%, forcing many to leave the country in search of a job.Hier   weiterlesen