August 11, 2012
Günter Deckert joins Carolyn from Germany to discuss the breaks in European nations’ solidarity in the face of the growing fiscal crisis. It is being described as “increasing stereotyping of Northern vs. Southern Europeans, with Germans criticized most, naturally, as they become more resentful of bailing out other nations. Günter makes this very plain.
The ongoing government attack on anything and everything on the “right” is brought up to date, including the latest revelation about Beate Zschäpe working for the government.
The controversy over the German Olympic rower Drygalla has devolved into talk of a “democracy pledge” that all sports stars representing Germany must sign. No one suggests far-leftists would need to sign one.
Finally, the Roma problem in Europe and how the European Union has exacerbated it and other immigration problems.
Gunter gives his expert opinion on all this, plus shares about his latest trips to London and Paris.
Image at right: The Pecking Order. Who’s in and who’s out in the European Union.