Time we stopped feeding dead horse that is the Euro
THE Euro is a horse, dead on its feet but unable to fall down.
It is being held up by the Germans' refusal to let anything interfere with their plans for a federal Europe, which they have been pursuing since their defeat in 1945.
In the eyes of Germany, lesser countries must give way. They are indifferent to the troubles of those countries suffering massive deflation and hardship as a result.
The Euro is dead yet our Government, along with the other political parties, insist on riding their horses over the precipice by continuing to pour our money, £53 billion per year, into the EU in an effort to keep the Euro alive.
By doing this, our country denies us this much-needed finance.
It is not helping those countries suffering massive deflation but only prolongs their suffering.
The Eurozone will collapse. We should stop trying to feed this dead horse now.