GLENN: You know, it's it's amazing to me how this is all coming together and how beautifully crafted it is. It is truly elegant the way that this country and the globe is being conned into a collective government. I want to go back to Europe and show now the choice in Europe. You know that they first said that they had to give lots of bailout money and it had to be staggering amounts does this sound familiar to shock the system over in Europe. And it went to Greece and that was supposed to stop the dominoes from falling. And now the next domino is starting to fall and that is Ireland. And the Irish didn't want it. And they were forced by the EU to take it, otherwise all the other dominoes would fall. Well, there's more dominoes to come. It's going to be Portugal and then it will be Spain. It's over.
And so here's what's being reported in the financial sector today.
PAT: Business Insider has a story that's headlined: You've Got to Restructure the Eurozone Now Before the Radicals Take Over. If Europe is going to resolve the current crisis in an orderly way, it's going to have to move very quickly, not just for the obvious financial reasons.
GLENN: Hold on just a second. Could you read that sentence again?
PAT: If Europe is going to resolve the crisis in an orderly way.
GLENN: Stop. Who else is talking about an orderly restructuring, an orderly decline? George Soros.
PAT: George Soros.
GLENN: Do you know that George Soros was just voted by some, I don't know, world organizational thing as the 15th most important and most influential man in the world? Now, why wouldn't we listen to what he has to say? If the world is being restructured. Listen to that again. For an orderly restructuring, you've got to move rapidly. Quick, quick! Emergency! You've got to reorder this right now! Otherwise chaos! And don't dismiss the chaos. There is chaos on the other end.
PAT: And this particular author says that for ten years he's been using mainly an economic argument to explain why he believed the Euro would have great difficulty to survive for even a decade, let alone as long as it has. So he's he claims to have seen this coming and he quotes another article from another expert in the Financial Times that the Eurozone is maneuvering itself into a position where it confronts the choice between two alternatives considered unimaginable: Fiscal union or total breakup. So they either unite under one continental I suppose government and really unite more than they already are.
GLENN: Fiscal government.
PAT: One fiscal government. Or they break up and go back to the monetary units that they used to use, like the franc and all the
GLENN: And the answer is local.
GLENN: The answer is smaller, not bigger. And they are going to push them into the smaller.
Now, if you, if you unite all of Europe under one financial umbrella, who has the engine?
PAT: Oh, I know. I know. I know. Finland!
GLENN: No, not Finland, no.
GLENN: Sorry, no.
STU: Monaco, Monaco.
GLENN: No, sorry.
STU: Ivory Coast! Ivory Coast!
VOICE: Oh, come on!
GLENN: No, it's not. No. Germany.
PAT: Oh, crap. I didn't see that coming at all.
GLENN: Germany. So Germany now will be the financial center of this new European, this new European order.
PAT: That's always worked out so well when they've been the center of Europe.
GLENN: It has always worked out.
PAT: Very well. That's great.
GLENN: Now, let me ask you something. When you have Europe being shouldered by the workers of Germany, do you think the Germans take that on as a good thing? Do you think the Germans want the German identity erased?
STU: They usually don't.
GLENN: Good, good, usually have a major problem with that.
PAT: You are only saying that because you've got historical evidence to back it up.
GLENN: Every single time!
STU: Seems to be an issue for them.
GLENN: Yeah, it seems to be a problem. I don't know if you've ever been to Europe, but they don't want to melt into each other. We are a melting pot; they are not. They don't like the fact that everything is the same. They like the convenience of things being the same, but they are unique. They are stones. They are not bricks. But they are being held together now by materialism. Think of
GLENN: History repeats itself over and over and over again. It is the Tower of Babel. And is it, is it would you do a Google search of the EU parliament building and the Tower of Babel? Do it right now. Look at the two buildings side by side.
PAT: You have to find an because there's no actual photos of the Tower of Babel.
GLENN: Thank you, thank you.
GLENN: Thank you. There is a painting from, like, 1643 or something like that. But look at the have you done this, Pat?
PAT: Of what they would look like.
GLENN: Stu, have you seen them?
STU: Yeah, yeah.
PAT: It's pretty cool. You showed it on TV, didn't you, last week or the week before?
GLENN: Yeah, a couple of weeks ago. I mean, it's remarkable. It's remarkable.