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Q: Is this the end of the EU?

Surely is hasn't escaped everyone's notice that Europe has thrown up its individual borders and it's every man for himself. No one is helping anyone else. Is this the end of the fiasco?

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Interesting historical documetary about EU:

 

https://archive.org/details/EUROPATheLastBattle

 

EUROPA – The Last Battle ~ The Full Documentary (2017)

Trailer for the upcoming WW2 documentary "EUROPA - The Last Battle" by Tobias Bratt. Since the mid-20th century, the world has only ever heard one side of the most horrific war in human history. We are today living in the world of the victors of that war and without an objective, rational and balanced view of our history, we are doomed to repeat the mistakes. After World War Two, the victors of the war not only went on to write our history books , but also going so far as to criminalize the mere questioning of the official story’s orthodoxy. The truth is, that our world today can only be understood through a correct understanding of World War II, the forces behind it and the conflicts between Globalism and Nationalism.  

For very good reasons, most people don't trust the mainstream media anymore. You have already heard the official history millions of times, In this film you will find the secret history, where you will find the real causes of the events. 

 

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  "Unprecedented Damage To The Euro Zone" - European PMIs Hammered By Record Collapse

    "The ferocity of the slump has also surpassed that thought imaginable by most economists."

     

     

    Economic activity across the eurozone ground to a halt this month as the new coronavirus sweeping across the world forced governments to impose lockdowns and firms to down tools and shut their businesses.

    The latest monthly PMI manufacturing and service surveys illustrated the severity of the crash in economic activity across Europe and the UK, as lockdowns stifle businesses from Paris to Frankfurt. Overall, the eurozone composite purchasing manager's index - which monitors manufacturing and services activity - fell to 13.5 in April, from 29.7 in the previous month, a record low in more than 22 years of the history of the survey, and blow even the lowest estimate of 18.0. The manufacturing component tumbled from 44.5 in March to 33.6 in April, below the 39.2 expected, but it was the collapse in Services that was shocking, collapsing more than 50% from 26.4 to 11.7.

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