Faced with a worried Monti, President of the Republic Napolitano assured him the support of the Quirinal Palace on constant growth policies. At least for now stays away the specter of early elections, invoked by a piece of the majority that supports Mountains, where the line from Brussels came out winning at all costs the rigor of Merkel.
“Se la cancelliera non molla le dirò che mi dimetto perché se le cose non cambiano non sono nelle condizioni di portare l’Italia fuori dal baratro” , avrebbe ipotizzato Monti facendo leva sullo spauracchio della crisi politica che porterebbe l’Italia sotto l’attacco degli speculatori. In the last hours, however, the prime minister would even toyed with the idea of a stroke effect to force Merkel to put aside his nein the eurobond and a loosening of the line of rigor in favor of investment and spending policies, capable of giving the necessary shot back to growth in the eurozone. “If the Chancellor does not give up I will tell you that I resign because if things do not change are not able to bring Italy out of the abyss”, he suggested doing Monti lever on the bogeyman of the political crisis that would bring Italy under the attack of speculators. On the other hand, Merkel knows all too well that the fall of Rome would mean the final collapse of the ‘euro with perspectives that would put the shivers even in Berlin.
Drake has called a Full state of Emergency and Readiness. Militias are all on FULL ALERT… This is NOT a Green Light just yet.
Peter Schiff offers his take on what mistakes the Federal Reserve’s Ben Bernanke has made in the last few years.