Stimate Dan Voiculescu
Nu stiu daca prezicerile CIA sunt corecte. Personal sper sa nu fie.
Oricum ele trebue sa intre in consideratia oricarui politician care se respecta.
Sper sincer ca un guvern condus de dumneavoastra sa scoata Romania din fundul prapastiei si de pericolul de a iesi din Europa civilizata. Reprezentati o sansa si o ultima speranta.
Materialul postat de mine nu este secret si poate fi verificat de orice persoana interesata.
CIA PREVEDE COLAPSUL UNIUNII EUROPENE
EVENIMENTELE DIN ROMANIA SI GRECIA VOR DUCE LA CREIAREA UNEI CONFEDERATII BALCANICE. DIN CARE SA FACA PARTE: Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Macedonia SI Grecia.
The CIA predicts Europe in three parts: Western Europe, New Europe in including Croatia, and East or Orthodox Europe. CIA predicts that the EU could collapse because of the great economic crisis that Europe has found itself in, and that the entry of Balkan nations into it could not be carried out. of course, Moscow uses its plan in the moment of the economic crisis, in which they try to destabilize the position of the other side. Only time will be able to tell how much Russia’s speculations will influence the USA’s stance.
In the mean time, the CIA predicts a division of Europe into three parts: a Western part which would be made from Germany, France, Great Britain and Austria, and another called New Europe which would include Estonia, Latvia, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia. Croatia should also join New Europe.
This would create a Catholic east Europe, that would also be under the military patronage of the USA.
THE CIA has predicted that the European Union will break-up within few years unless it radically reforms its ailing welfare systems.
The report by the intelligence agency, , warns that Europe could be dragged into economic decline by its ageing population. It also predicts the end of Nato and post-1945 military alliances.
In a devastating indictment of EU economic prospects, the report warns: “The current EU welfare state is unsustainable and the lack of any economic revitalisation could lead to the splintering or, at worst, disintegration of the EU, undermining its ambitions to play a heavyweight international role.”
It adds that the EU’s economic growth rate is dragged down by Germany and its restrictive labour laws. Reforms there – and in France and Italy to lesser extents – remain key to whether the EU as a whole can break out of its “slow-growth pattern”.