German Chancellor Helmut Kohl is watched by German Finance Minister Theo Waigel May 2, 1998, during their joint press conference at the end of the EU summit in Brussels. The summit was dominated by discussion on the euro single currency and the presidency of the European Central Bank.(Attila Seren/AFP/Getty Images)
German Chancellor Helmut Kohl is watched by German Finance Minister Theo Waigel May 2, 1998, during their joint press conference at the end of the EU summit in Brussels. The summit was dominated by discussion on the euro single currency and the presidency of the European Central Bank.
(Attila Seren/AFP/Getty Images)

German Government Knew Euro Would Fail

May 16, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
Newly released papers show the German government knew the euro would fail and lied to the Constitutional Court about it.
 

Former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl was warned that the euro was doomed to fail, according to secret documents obtained by Spiegel.

“Documents from the Kohl administration, kept confidential until now, indicate that the euro’s founding fathers were well aware of its deficits,” it wrote May 8.

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