Re: Re: Euro – One in seven chance it will be abandoned



In times of trouble, nationalism booms, we’ve had many historical examples to teach us. Borders get closed, the flag wavers are back on the streets and the expats have to return home, life in a foreign country becomes too uncomfortable.

It can easily happen, the green shoots are everywhere, from the Balkans to the Baltic states, and right in the heart of the bigger players, Germany, France and the UK.

I can’t see any good coming from it (the demise of the Eurozone and Europe itself). We will all get poorer and we might as well throw our passports away, there will be nowhere to travel to.

The price of Spanish property will only be relevant to Spaniards, and we won’t need to commentate on it any more.

(Now, where’s that Se Vende sign)?