Thursday, December 23, 2010

British financial bubbles, the basis of modern civilization

The Third China-EU High-Level Economic and Trade Dialogue, held in Beijing this week, has been the scene of some extraordinary fantasies by the spokesmen for the collapsing hulk known as the euro zone. The EU on Tuesday set up a "working panel" with China, hoping that, by loosening restrictions on high-tech exports to China, they will get Beijing to save them by buying up the trillions of dollars of junk currently driving the euro in oblivion.

Now we know why there's so much interest in finding planets in other solar systems lately. The entire universe should pitch in to save Lord Rothschild (who is after all its master), because we couldn't live without him and his mountain of baseless debt.