Lithuania has officially jumped aboard the Titanic that is the euro
By Matt O'Brien January 2 at 3:32 PM - @ObsoleteDogma
It's not everyday that somebody knowingly hops aboard the Titanic after it's already hit an iceberg. But that's what Lithuania is doing now that it's officially become the euro-zone's 19th member. Don't let the door hit you on your way in.
All kidding aside though, it's another reminder that the euro, which isn't so much a currency as a doomsday device for turning recessions into depressions, has always been much more about politics than economics. The irony is that just as politics is pushing new countries in, it's politics that's threatening to push old countries out — and sink the whole thing.
...well if anybody wants a ObsoleteDOGMA, how about only one/uno CURRENCY for the WHOLE WORLD...!!! That is a Bible idea...! TO be able to control everybody, as a good "drug lord-dictators idea"...!!!
...THOUGH MOST DO HAVE ONE MAIN CURRENCY FOR THEIR SAVINGS, OR A FEW GOOD CURRENCIES...! T
...THE DANGER OF ONE CURRENCY, IS AS OBSOLETENESS WOULD IMPLY: "ONE BIG SHIT TITANIC...!".