EU anti-bureaucracy chief Edmund Stoiber would like a smaller, more unified eurozone.(MARC MUELLER/AFP/Getty Images)
EU anti-bureaucracy chief Edmund Stoiber would like a smaller, more unified eurozone.
(MARC MUELLER/AFP/Getty Images)

German Elites Discuss Final Shape of United Europe

December 29, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
The eurozone crisis is allowing German leaders to reshape Europe into a superstate dominated by 10 nations!
 

The grandson of one of the primary architects of the European Union warned this week that Europe will fail if debt-stricken nations like Greece are not allowed to leave the eurozone.

Shortly before issuing this warning, Stephan Werhahn quit the Christian Democratic Union, which was founded by his grandfather Konrad Adenauer, in protest against Chancellor Angela Merkel’s pro-bailout policies. Werhahn now plans to stand as the chancellor candidate of Bavaria’s Free Voters party in next year’s federal elections. His primary platform is that the euro should be limited to a handful of homogeneous, northern European states.

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