The European Union can see a ribbon of the light of dawn upon the horizon. Years of trudging through an economic slough of despond, guarded by German warders, have left the states of the EU’s south near to despair.
This is true of France, a rich center of high-tech industry before the Wall Street-induced crash. It now must depend more heavily upon its luxury and fashion sector to keep the German-indoctrinated International Troika appeased — stern supervisors from the International Monetary Fund, European Central Bank and European Commission — who speak only the language of Austerity, itself a dialect of German.
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