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Once we have established a system of democracy that enables everybody to take property from his neighbours legally and without the twinge of his conscience, we should adapt our understanding of the " You shall not steal " commandment.
A free-marketeer in me says that it would be nice to be together with Turkey in a free trade area. But the EU is far from being a mere free trade area. The EU is a monster which is regulating every little aspect of life, from light bulbs to toilet bowls.
We therefore deem it highly inappropriate that a representative of the European Union is interfering with the affairs of a sovereign country, as your visit in the Czech Republic seems to be just that. The European parliament or the European Commission plays no role in this process.
On the brink of its 10th anniversary, the common European currency faces its first real test. CBW invited two experts with opposing views to evaluate how it has performed so far under the pressure of the financial crisis as well as to predict what awaits the eurozone. The optimistic perspective is presented by the macroeconomic strategist of Československá obchodní banka, who at the time of writing is a candidate for the post ofminister of finance, Tomáš Sedláček (pictured, page 51). The skeptical position is delivered by PetrMach (pictured, page 52), the director of the think tank Center for Economics and Politics (CEP) and the expected front man of the future conservative party with a close affiliation to President Václav Klaus.
There are two things in this plan, in addition to its Keynesian economic nature, that one should take note of: First, the European Commission has no EUR 200 billion, and so it actually expects that the money will be spent by the individual member states upon the Commission’s call.
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