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German Court Rejects Emergency Bid to Block Euro Rescue Fund

June 10 (Bloomberg) -- Germany’s highest constitutional court rejected an attempt by a lawmaker who sought an emergency order blocking the nation from participating in the euro-area rescue fund.

The emergency bid, aimed at blocking the finance minster from granting loan guarantees while the case is being reviewed, was rejected by the Federal Constitutional Court. The court said that in emergency proceedings it is allowed to base its decision on the government’s assessment of the case.

“Even a temporary retreat of Germany from the rescue plan could, in the government’s view, jeopardize the rescue fund, at least in the eyes of the financial markets,” the court said in an e-mailed statement today.

After the German parliament approved their country’s participation in the 750 billion euro ($907 billion) package on May 21, Peter Gauweiler, a lawmaker from the Bavarian wing of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats, filed the suit. Gauweiler argues the bailout changes an EU treaty without proper authorization.

The court will continue to review the case.

Today’s case is BVerfG, 2 BvR 1099/10.

Am I the only one to be slightly bothered by the bit in bold? :o

Over to you, TFH brothers ;)

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German Court Rejects Emergency Bid to Block Euro Rescue Fund

Am I the only one to be slightly bothered by the bit in bold? :o

Over to you, TFH brothers ;)

germany/rome have been well and truly rumbled in the rather devious asset-grab.

having a union of countries that have constantly fought one another was never going to be an easy task,because sooner or later one of the more dominant parties was going to make a move to wear the trousers.

the anglo-sphere has never really been in step with machinations to create a new holy roman empire.It's a pretty fair assessment to say we have done whatever we can to put obstacles in the way of such a formation.

which is why we had to be demographically,economically and democratically castrated by the predominantly RC(jesuit) european union by means of qualified majority voting etc.Shouldn't come as any surprise,these attacks have been attempted periodically for the best part of 400 years.

over the course of the next few years,UK is going to have to make a decision which trading bloc it wishes to be part of...there will be no sitting on the fence.

it'll either be NAFTA or EU.(it'll be NAFTA)....Along with ireland.

political subversion has failed.

It might take a bit longer for france to get round this....but there are plenty of countries in EU that are extremely wary of a resurgent germany,who will baulk at the idea of further integration being imposed.

within the EU,we're talking france,UK,ireland,holland and poland

externally...... russia

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And there was me expecting an article about lizard-men and UFOs...

Don't see anything tin-foil-hatish, just business as usual from the NWO.

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germany/rome have been well and truly rumbled in the rather devious asset-grab.

having a union of countries that have constantly fought one another was never going to be an easy task,because sooner or later one of the more dominant parties was going to make a move to wear the trousers.

the anglo-sphere has never really been in step with machinations to create a new holy roman empire.It's a pretty fair assessment to say we have done whatever we can to put obstacles in the way of such a formation.

which is why we had to be demographically,economically and democratically castrated by the predominantly RC(jesuit) european union by means of qualified majority voting etc.Shouldn't come as any surprise,these attacks have been attempted periodically for the best part of 400 years.

over the course of the next few years,UK is going to have to make a decision which trading bloc it wishes to be part of...there will be no sitting on the fence.

it'll either be NAFTA or EU.(it'll be NAFTA)....Along with ireland.

political subversion has failed.

It might take a bit longer for france to get round this....but there are plenty of countries in EU that are extremely wary of a resurgent germany,who will baulk at the idea of further integration being imposed.

within the EU,we're talking france,UK,ireland,holland and poland

externally...... russia

Good post.

Worth considering that with or without a eurozone survival, then reinforcing EFTA is another option. If the Euro fails, then they'll be falling over themselves to orchestrate harmony as they refloat their individual currencies. One way or another, Europe has to co-operate just to hold it's own against emerging nations, as well as a sullen USA, smarting from it's growing loss of hegemony.

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And there was me expecting an article about lizard-men and UFOs...

Don't see anything tin-foil-hatish, just business as usual from the NWO.

NWO steams ahead

PIIGS are being lighted

heading to streets & corners nears us soon, can't wait

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German Court Rejects Emergency Bid to Block Euro Rescue Fund

Am I the only one to be slightly bothered by the bit in bold?  :o

Over to you, TFH brothers  ;)

No, it's sensible. What these guys are looking for is a kind of injunction. In the UK the courts only grant an injunction on the balance of convenience, and the convenient thing seems to be to allow the government's arrangement to remain in place pending a full look at the evidence.

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Will this go to the European courts?

I'm not surprised it's been rejected by the courts, the stakes are high. However the courts are there to enforce the law, not allow govts to break it as they see fit.

Seems a whitewash.

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