Friday, 22 March 2013
Where art thou, Eurofudge?
But now tiny Cyprus could see and end to fudge distribution and dark day for the euro-fudge industry - another tale of woe for European industry.
Of course, Euro-Fudge is resilient and production runs over the weekend have been known to many times unblock seemingly difficult conditions.
This time though, perhaps it is different? Cypriot politicians face the prospect of voting to nick all the money from their pension funds AND from some rather unsavoury Russian types - normally the sort of people who you would try very hard never to meet, let alone cross.
Or they can go for just stealing money out of everyones bank account at the Eurogroup's behest.
Or they can abandon the euro, print new Cypriot pounds and see what happens as their banks collapse.
If you had to vote on any of the above what would it be? All maybe of direct personal consequence to your financial and physical well being too. maybe they will panic and do the wrong thing.
Maybe Euro-fudge will come to the rescue, I think a Country leaving the Euro would be a bad precedent for the europhiles to accept as it would surely lead to more over time...