Protesters hold a banner with a reference to the latest jobless figure in Spain during a Labor Day protest against the Spanish government’s austerity policies in the center of Madrid on May 1. (DOMINIQUE FAGET/AFP/Getty Images)
Protesters hold a banner with a reference to the latest jobless figure in Spain during a Labor Day protest against the Spanish government’s austerity policies in the center of Madrid on May 1.
(DOMINIQUE FAGET/AFP/Getty Images)

Europe’s Unemployed: An Army Waiting for a Leader

May 14, 2013  •  From theTrumpet.com
As Europe edges toward mass anarchy and chaos, the Catholic Church is emerging as the key mediator between Europeans and their leaders.
 

Europe’s unemployment crisis is one everyone knows about, but no one is thinking seriously about.

We’ve all seen the atrocious figures and statistics, the long lines of grumpy, unemployed Greeks and Spaniards. But how many have actually thought about what this means, for Greece and Spain, for Europe, and even for the international community? Historically, mass unemployment has resulted in extreme social and political upheaval, followed by the rise of tyrannical ideologies and government, followed by the outbreak of large-scale war.

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