A chacota e o Palhaço

1. A chacota internacional sobre as atitudes do Palhaço que ainda temos como Primeiro-ministro.

"José Sócrates, prime minister, has chosen to delay applying for a financial rescue package until the last minute. His announcement last week was a tragi-comic highlight of the crisis. With the country on the brink of financial extinction, he gloated on national television that he had secured a better deal than Ireland and Greece. In addition, he claimed the agreement would not cause much pain. When the details emerged a few days later, we could see that none of this was true. The package contains savage spending cuts, freezes in public sector wages and pensions, tax rises and a forecast of two years’ deep recession.

You cannot run a monetary union with the likes of Mr Sócrates, or with finance ministers who spread rumours about a break-up. Europe’s political elites are afraid to tell a truth that economic historians have known forever: that a monetary union without a political union is simply not viable. This is not a debt crisis. This is a political crisis. The eurozone will soon face the choice between an unimaginable step forward to political union or an equally unimaginable step back…"



(transcrito de Espumadamente, Nelson Reprezas via JCD, Basfémias)


2. Portugal continua, com estes palhaços, a pretender ser chacota (mas acontece que Portugal NÃO É propriedade deste PS e muito, mas muito menos do Mentiroso Sócrates):


Ministério público abre inquérito à actuação das agências de Rating.


Ferro Rodrigues embarca nas palhaçadas: PSD confirma querer destruir Estado Social (não foi o PS que tudo fez para o destruir, com a insustentabilidade que trouxe ao sistema, nada disso...)

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