Germany’s Calculated Crisis

February 9, 2010  •  From
With Greece in flames, and the eurozone in convulsions, all eyes turn toward Germany for the answer.

“The crisis in Greece is a forerunner of a whole rash of similar crises set to soon break out across Europe. They will provide the catalyst for the EU’s leading nation, Germany, to rise to the fore with solutions of its own making.” Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry wrote that statement one year ago.

What is happening in the European superstate is a mystery to most of the world. Yet while stock markets gyrate and bond investors panic, readers of the Trumpet know the ultimate outcome.

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