“From the first time I saw him I knew we would be together” said reportedly Charlene short before her marriage to the ruler of Monaco Albert II. Hours later and after the wedding she busted into tears. Was just an emotional outburst that can happen to every bride around the world? Or just the desperation coming from the many rumors that her husband and life companion for 10 years, has been wandering around planting children here and there. According to reports, Charlene tried to flee three times and yet at the end she followed Albert II to the Cathedral. Most probably she feels imprisoned now in a golden cage. As so do I feel. With a slight difference though. My cage is old, the iron bars worn out, the seeds have grown wild and nobody to feed the discoloured bird. Yes, Greeks, are imprisoned in a EU-cage and things will get even worst: We lose our sovereignty!
That was confirmed by Jean-Claude Juncker, Eurogroup chief, in an interview to German weekly Focus:
Greece faces severe restrictions on its sovereignty and must privatize state assets on a scale similar to the sell off of East German firms in the 1990s after communism fell,
In an interview published after euro zone finance ministers in the Eurogroup approved a further 12 billion euro ($17.43 billion) installment of Greece’s bailout, Juncker said he was optimistic that measures agreed with Athens would help to resolve the country’s problems.
“The sovereignty of Greece will be massively limited,” Juncker said and adding that teams of experts from around the euro zone would heading to Greece”.
If you want more details on this shameful statement, read the story in Reuters.