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th-01042013The European Union, the International Monetary Fund and the international media blame Cyprus’ banking practices as the main cause of the crisis… and made sure, that the economy of Cyprus was ruined in just a weekend!!! Manically, German and French mainly politicians, argued that Cyprus is harboring criminal money, that Cyprus is an offshore tax haven and a money laundering center!

And it makes one wonder... Have all the so far EU, IMF and OECD reports and assessments on Cyprus been false?

Is it not what happened in Cyprus a clear step towards totalitarianism and suppression of individual liberty? Is this form of “EU democracy” a mean to the conquest of EU member states? Is this a new form of tyranny? EU tyranny? Is this what the European Union stands for? Is this the legacy as citizens of the world and Europe that we really want to leave behind? And if solid fundamentals are widened wouldn’t that lead to polarization in Europe?

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