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Posted by Andrew on 8th February 2012
The precarious state of the Eurozone continues to dominate the headlines, yet we are led to believe that the current crisis is bringing Europe closer together.But what does coming closer together actually mean?Intensive scrutiny suggests that national governments are handing over power to the European Council; in a bid to ensure existing political and financial structures remain intact. What we are seeing therefore is the emergence of an unholy alliance between politics and finance that is ensuring current circumstances do not change. Politics is being made subservient to capital and the short-term interests of shareholder capitalism.My book Bilderberg People investigated the overwhelming influence the transnational elite policy making community wield over politicians, a topic that will be revisited and developed in my newest publication Global Elites.
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