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  1. 2016年6月20日 · Richard is the real father of the European Union, for his efforts go back to 1922 when he founded in Vienna the “Pan Europe” movement. Indeed, his idea was partially supported by the fact that the people of Europe migrated to the United States and intermarried to create America. He believed the same thing was necessary for Europe.

  2. 2017年3月24日 · There are many cultural differences in general between north and south, but even more between members. Even in Germany there is a divide between north and south. The blame does NOT lie in cultural differences, corruption, or even easier spending in the south and excessive pensions as in Greece. The problem that has pushed Europe to the brink is:

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  4. June 9, 2024. COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, you were right again, or your computer was, that the June elections would be a major upset. The far right has gained in France, Germany, and... Politics. 01.

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  5. 2016年5月8日 · With a full capital flight in motion, the Czech Republic decided to split the currency on January 19, 1993, just 17.2 days into the system (2 x 8.6). There were secret negotiations and a date was agreed upon for February 8.

  6. About. Martin Armstrong was born in New Jersey the son of a lawyer and Lt. Col under General Patton in World War II. Martin was encouraged by his father to get involved in computers during the mid-1960s. He completed engineering both in hardware and software but after being offered positions by a government contractor RCA in Thule Greenland ...

  7. 2022年5月16日 · There were opposing members when the initial measure passed in July, and 72% of EU citizens said they opposed mass surveillance. German Pirate Party Member of the European Parliament Patrick Breyer called it “totalitarian logic” and warned that “our post, our smartphones or our bedrooms could also be generally monitored.