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7 Dec, 2011 18:53

EU fulfills ‘Hitler’s dream’ of dictatorship

Time is running out for Eurozone leaders to save their unified currency as they prepare for eleventh-hour talks in Brussels. But by preserving Euro, Europe dooms itself to Hitler’s dream of Euro dictatorship, believes journalist Tony Gosling.

“The individual countries, if they want to retain their sovereignty, then they are going to have to go back to their original currencies,” Gosling told RT.Gosling believes that there is very little democracy involved in Brussels – and a plot of turning Europe into a dictatorship is near its drop-scene.“What we are discovering here, I think, is the playing out of a plot which has been going on for the last 50 years or so across Europe, which is in order to bring in a political union, control from the center in an undemocratic fashion. This is a kind of European dictatorship,” he said.A clear example of this dictatorship is the situation with Greece and Italy, who according to Gosling are “now run by Goldman Sachs, effectively.”“I’m afraid if Adolf Hitler was still alive, he would be smirking and smiling now, saying ‘Ahh, this looks rather good! This is a Euro-dictatorship, the kind of thing I dreamed of!’” Gosling concluded.

Dr Lee Rotherham, from the Taxpayers' Alliance and the Bruge Group, believes that even if the Eurozone loses a couple of countries there still will be an underlying drive to push for a closer economic union.“Fundamentally, I suspect that over the long term, there is going to be a loss of a couple of the Eurozone countries,” he said, “and more attention focused on a core group of the Eurozone, and which countries can be saved.”  That way, “If the one starts to hit rocky shores, you still have the aspirations for the others,” he added.