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Re: Mad Dog Erdogan Upsets Frau Merkel

Postby Kikapu » Sun Nov 04, 2012 6:04 pm

Lordo wrote:have you boys not realised yet turkey is not interested in joining a bankrupt eu. who in their right mind would be mad enough to join such an organisation. ohps i see you have. never mind better luck next time an opportunity comes along to join greece hey.


Turkey can't join the EU, and not that she doesn't want to join the EU. :roll:

It was very comical to read the other day when Erdogan said that, upon joining the EU, Turkey would not be using the EURO. Talk about putting the cart before the horse! :lol:

He wanted to set up a Turkish Lira Zone instead. :lol:

How is the EU bankrupt? It is not.

How is the Euro EU bankrupt? It is not not.

The ECB can print as much money as it wants to pay for anything it wants. No different than what the USA does, who can print as much money as it wants to pay for what ever it wants.

Countries in the EURO will be bailed out by the ECB, since the EURO is the currency and the ECB is the provider of the EURO. It doesn't matter if the ECB creates a huge debt, because it will just print more money to balance it's books. Sure the countries who are being bailed out are facing austerity measures, but that's just to prevent future debts. There's no way these countries taking money from the ECB will ever need to pay it back. The ECB will just print more money to make up for it, that's all.
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Re: Mad Dog Erdogan Upsets Frau Merkel

Postby Lordo » Sun Nov 04, 2012 6:15 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Lordo wrote:have you boys not realised yet turkey is not interested in joining a bankrupt eu. who in their right mind would be mad enough to join such an organisation. ohps i see you have. never mind better luck next time an opportunity comes along to join greece hey.


Turkey can't join the EU, and not that she doesn't want to join the EU. :roll:

It was very comical to read the other day when Erdogan said that, upon joining the EU, Turkey would not be using the EURO. Talk about putting the cart before the horse! :lol:

He wanted to set up a Turkish Lira Zone instead. :lol:

How is the EU bankrupt? It is not.

How is the Euro EU bankrupt? It is not not.

The ECB can print as much money as it wants to pay for anything it wants. No different than what the USA does, who can print as much money as it wants to pay for what ever it wants.

Countries in the EURO will be bailed out by the ECB, since the EURO is the currency and the ECB is the provider of the EURO. It doesn't matter if the ECB creates a huge debt, because it will just print more money to balance it's books. Sure the countries who are being bailed out are facing austerity measures, but that's just to prevent future debts. There's no way these countries taking money from the ECB will ever need to pay it back. The ECB will just print more money to make up for it, that's all.

and exactly which primary school did you get your economics diploma from again.

is that not what they did in germany in the 30s where people had to carry the money in a suitcases to buy a loaf of bread. where on earth did you get the idea that they can print as much money as they like and there are no consequences. which economist has actually proposed such an idea.
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Re: Mad Dog Erdogan Upsets Frau Merkel

Postby Kikapu » Sun Nov 04, 2012 6:22 pm

Lordo wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Lordo wrote:have you boys not realised yet turkey is not interested in joining a bankrupt eu. who in their right mind would be mad enough to join such an organisation. ohps i see you have. never mind better luck next time an opportunity comes along to join greece hey.


Turkey can't join the EU, and not that she doesn't want to join the EU. :roll:

It was very comical to read the other day when Erdogan said that, upon joining the EU, Turkey would not be using the EURO. Talk about putting the cart before the horse! :lol:

He wanted to set up a Turkish Lira Zone instead. :lol:

How is the EU bankrupt? It is not.

How is the Euro EU bankrupt? It is not not.

The ECB can print as much money as it wants to pay for anything it wants. No different than what the USA does, who can print as much money as it wants to pay for what ever it wants.

Countries in the EURO will be bailed out by the ECB, since the EURO is the currency and the ECB is the provider of the EURO. It doesn't matter if the ECB creates a huge debt, because it will just print more money to balance it's books. Sure the countries who are being bailed out are facing austerity measures, but that's just to prevent future debts. There's no way these countries taking money from the ECB will ever need to pay it back. The ECB will just print more money to make up for it, that's all.

and exactly which primary school did you get your economics diploma from again.

is that not what they did in germany in the 30s where people had to carry the money in a suitcases to buy a loaf of bread. where on earth did you get the idea that they can print as much money as they like and there are no consequences. which economist has actually proposed such an idea.


Why don't you back your claim that the EU is bankrupt before you ask any questions. :roll:
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Re: Mad Dog Erdogan Upsets Frau Merkel

Postby kimon07 » Sun Nov 04, 2012 6:23 pm

Lordo wrote:have you boys not realised yet turkey is not interested in joining a bankrupt eu. who in their right mind would be mad enough to join such an organisation. ohps i see you have. never mind better luck next time an opportunity comes along to join greece hey.


Is that why Erdy sets ultimatums? And whom does he want to join? The Muslim Brotherhood and the Turkish lira zone? :lol: :lol:
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Re: Mad Dog Erdogan Upsets Frau Merkel

Postby Lordo » Sun Nov 04, 2012 8:24 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Lordo wrote:have you boys not realised yet turkey is not interested in joining a bankrupt eu. who in their right mind would be mad enough to join such an organisation. ohps i see you have. never mind better luck next time an opportunity comes along to join greece hey.


Turkey can't join the EU, and not that she doesn't want to join the EU. :roll:

It was very comical to read the other day when Erdogan said that, upon joining the EU, Turkey would not be using the EURO. Talk about putting the cart before the horse! :lol:

He wanted to set up a Turkish Lira Zone instead. :lol:

How is the EU bankrupt? It is not.

How is the Euro EU bankrupt? It is not not.

The ECB can print as much money as it wants to pay for anything it wants. No different than what the USA does, who can print as much money as it wants to pay for what ever it wants.

Countries in the EURO will be bailed out by the ECB, since the EURO is the currency and the ECB is the provider of the EURO. It doesn't matter if the ECB creates a huge debt, because it will just print more money to balance it's books. Sure the countries who are being bailed out are facing austerity measures, but that's just to prevent future debts. There's no way these countries taking money from the ECB will ever need to pay it back. The ECB will just print more money to make up for it, that's all.

and exactly which primary school did you get your economics diploma from again.

is that not what they did in germany in the 30s where people had to carry the money in a suitcases to buy a loaf of bread. where on earth did you get the idea that they can print as much money as they like and there are no consequences. which economist has actually proposed such an idea.


Why don't you back your claim that the EU is bankrupt before you ask any questions. :roll:

keep up with the times sonny, it is no longer called bankrupt i was only using the word so as not to confuse you any more than you already are. they are now quantitatively eased. bankruptcy is not a good word to use it panics the markets. one by one they will all go the same way.
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Re: Mad Dog Erdogan Upsets Frau Merkel

Postby Viewpoint » Sun Nov 04, 2012 8:59 pm

Which EU member is next? isnt it Spain????
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Re: Mad Dog Erdogan Upsets Frau Merkel

Postby kimon07 » Sun Nov 04, 2012 9:27 pm

Viewpoint wrote:Which EU member is next? isnt it Spain????


I take it you are happy for having been left out then?
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Re: Mad Dog Erdogan Upsets Frau Merkel

Postby Lordo » Sun Nov 04, 2012 9:29 pm

Viewpoint wrote:Which EU member is next? isnt it Spain????

spain then italy then france and then finally germany. that will be that. nice dream.
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Re: Mad Dog Erdogan Upsets Frau Merkel

Postby Lordo » Sun Nov 04, 2012 9:30 pm

kimon07 wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:Which EU member is next? isnt it Spain????


I take it you are happy for having been left out then?


left out of what paying the debt, sure but they are trading as happy as larry.
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Re: Mad Dog Erdogan Upsets Frau Merkel

Postby Kikapu » Sun Nov 04, 2012 9:55 pm

Lordo wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Lordo wrote:have you boys not realised yet turkey is not interested in joining a bankrupt eu. who in their right mind would be mad enough to join such an organisation. ohps i see you have. never mind better luck next time an opportunity comes along to join greece hey.


Turkey can't join the EU, and not that she doesn't want to join the EU. :roll:

It was very comical to read the other day when Erdogan said that, upon joining the EU, Turkey would not be using the EURO. Talk about putting the cart before the horse! :lol:

He wanted to set up a Turkish Lira Zone instead. :lol:

How is the EU bankrupt? It is not.

How is the Euro EU bankrupt? It is not not.

The ECB can print as much money as it wants to pay for anything it wants. No different than what the USA does, who can print as much money as it wants to pay for what ever it wants.

Countries in the EURO will be bailed out by the ECB, since the EURO is the currency and the ECB is the provider of the EURO. It doesn't matter if the ECB creates a huge debt, because it will just print more money to balance it's books. Sure the countries who are being bailed out are facing austerity measures, but that's just to prevent future debts. There's no way these countries taking money from the ECB will ever need to pay it back. The ECB will just print more money to make up for it, that's all.

and exactly which primary school did you get your economics diploma from again.

is that not what they did in germany in the 30s where people had to carry the money in a suitcases to buy a loaf of bread. where on earth did you get the idea that they can print as much money as they like and there are no consequences. which economist has actually proposed such an idea.


Why don't you back your claim that the EU is bankrupt before you ask any questions. :roll:

keep up with the times sonny, it is no longer called bankrupt i was only using the word so as not to confuse you any more than you already are. they are now quantitatively eased. bankruptcy is not a good word to use it panics the markets. one by one they will all go the same way.


So the EU is not bankrupt then, not that it was even possible. Thanks for the confirmation. :D
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