“Nothing can get done without the approval of Germany, and frankly, Germany would be insane to mess with the current status quo, given how much it’s outperforming the rest of the eurozone. Just insane,” wrote Joe Weisenthal of Business Insider.
“Who else can boast that its unemployment rate is substantially below where it was before the financial crisis? So, tight money, low inflation, austerity. It’s working great for the country that has the power,” he opined, pointing to a blatantly lopsided European unemployment chart produced by Danske Bank.