This is what happens when otherwise competent, diligent, and hard-nosed bureaucrats fail to read my website.
Even while people are screaming about housing shortages in Paris and other cities.
“The glue of the sanctions is starting to dry.”
Numerous common acts in Spain have been turned into illegal acts by the Orwellian-termed “Citizens’ Security” law, more popularly known as the “Gag Law.”
“I’m not part of that system that has destroyed this country,” said Prime Minister Renzi. National leaders were deposed by the Troika for lesser sins.
Through crude use of statistics, the Spanish government makes a mockery out of tragedy.
Who will fold first? That’s the question in the escalating trade war that has already hit European and Russian companies and their economies.
As the Italian government refuses to pay its suppliers, thus strangling the private sector.
The powerful engine that is supposed to pull Europe out of its quagmire? It stalls as the sanctions hit. The “disaster of 2008” is evoked, then hastily denied.
Millions of property owners in the UK face the prospect of drilling on their land, without their permission and without compensation.