Ambrose Evans-Pritchard summarizes a three-part series in the Financial Times on the big moments of crisis in the EMU. The series is a long read, but it gives you a very good overview how incapable and fundamentally antidemocratic the current Commission’s leaders (and people at the ECB, and those supporting these policies) are.
I am very disappointed. Vote for someone in the EP elections that is a) democratic and b) understands economics. That way the next president of the Commission maybe will a decent person. And maybe the potential surge of populist parties will be positive in the sense that similar-as-now commissioners might not be confirmed by the EP.