Spanish Bailout Could Be Too Much for Euro

The eurozone has bailed out troubled member states with success thus far, but Europe now faces a graver economic threat then ever before: the possibility of a major economic collapse in Spain.

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Claims of success are only cosmetic. The very nature of a private central bank issuing the public currency at interest is to sink the nation and the people further into debt. The Euro, like the dollar, is a boat with ten holes and only nine corks, and the "bailouts" are simply yanking a cork from one hole and pounding it into another in front of the assembled media while proclaiming that one is "doing something" about the sinking ship.

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