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Now just a minute. I have argued patiently in this thread and elsewhere against the use of Nazi terminology in speaking of modern Germany, and part of this thread is, it seems to me, an intelligent discussion of the question.

However, are you denying that the "debt brake" constitutional amendment that is the subject of this diary, finds its origin in Germany, and that Merkel and the German government have clearly expressed the wish to see it introduced in all eurozone countries?

There are no conspiracy theories here, there is no reason to bring in the freemasons or the Illuminati. The current ideology, the official policy, and, apparently, a large proportion of the public opinion of Germany are quite sufficient.

by afew (afew(a in a circle)eurotrib_dot_com) on Wed Sep 7th, 2011 at 01:56:41 AM EST
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