|An uneasy Eurozone alliance of seventeen stars: how many will heed the battle call|
to fight the Czars of Money. June 2012
It’s never over till it’s over say the wise ones. As the E.U. crisis drags on, on and on, chancellor Angela Merke, federalist commander in Berlin, sees years of twisting and turning towards partial unification. How cautious and unbrave this home management policy must seem to Czars of Money troops. They are winning and becoming stronger by the week. Not the month. Not the year. Merkels new strategy, War of Attrition is not the right path to tread. She does not lead an asymmetric force which can use guerrilla tacticts. Attrition and aysmmetric warfare works best when the enemy is constrained by law, over weight and social debate for actions. This is not the case with the Czars who care little for parliament, morality or social comment. Their positions are well trained and fast moving.
Commander Merkel does not have political time on her side. Nor does she have control over all factions in the Eurozone. Her resources are limited it is true, but she can fight back by declaring the ultimate objective and outcome of this war. The total removal of Czars of Money influence over the financial affairs of Europe.
No, she must not hesitate. Merkel must face the enemy in open combat with fewer countries and with well nourished soldiers. The strongest and fittest within the Eurozone should heed the battle call; for Art of Superstate, part 3 is lost if Spain and Italy falter in the coming summer reckoning.
And what will happen if the battle is lost. Very little as history shows. Some pain. Some loss of wealth. Some bitter recriminations. But Europe will roll on and pick up the struggle after the casualties are buried.