So why would the Rothschilds through their Inter Alpha Group risk bringing the EU project down through all this gambling with financial derivatives? I mean, we are talking hundreds of billions in bailouts across Europe alone.
Well, one answer is that they expected to win in their fixed casino, but somehow it's all gone wrong, and that the problem with Ireland, for example, is just one unexpected error, as huge as it may be.
But another answer is that they did it on purpose. The IMF wants to control the global economy, and very soon. But the EU is supposed to contain some of the wealthiest nations on the planet. So how can you get the IMF into those wealthier countries to control them? Well, you could bring their banking and financial systems to their knees, via a coordinated scam, and then send in the IMF to the rescue. That scam involves at least two branches;
1. integrate European nations into a single bloc of cooperating and converging nations, legally bound by a treaty (in this case The Treaty of Lisbon) that they must honour,
2. create a group of banks cooperating across national borders to bring havoc to the single bloc of cooperating nations by placing bets which are called financial derivatives.
I personally do not believe that the Rothschilds, as greedy as they are, would jeopardise the EU by unnecessary risk-taking.
I am much more persuaded by the "they did it on purpose" answer. The IMF, currently run by Bilderberger Dominique Strauss-Kahn, has publicly stated that it is preparing to control the whole global economy. Gordon Brown, our inglorious former PM and graduate of the Bilderberg Class of 1991, who arguably single-handedly caused the current crisis with the creation of the FSA and light-touch regulation of the City of London, argued for a new global financial architecture and is in the running to become the next MD of the IMF. Most of the MDs of the IMF have been Bilderberg.
The IMF is on the march into Europe.
It is the British Empire in disguise.