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|All along the solution to the souvereign debt crisis gripping the eurozone bloc has been clear -- the introduction of an insolvency mechanism as recommended by a panel of German economists in autumn 2010. Governments which cannot afford to pay the interest payments on their national debt are insolvent. The Lisbon Treaty contains a clause prohibiting eurozone country from paying the debts of another. But European politicians have done everything to bend the rules, violate the no bailout out clause and misrepresent the facts -- together with a complicit mainstream media -- in order to make available hundreds of billions of euros of tax payer's money for interest payments on the national debts of essentially insolvent countries such as Greece, Ireland and Portugal as part of a fiction that they are just illiquid.|
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