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EU Banks and Christine Lagarde: Transparency Is For The Little People

• ZeroHedge.com
 
Hmmm. The IMF and the EU are disagreeing on how bad the state of European banking really is... Has anyone really wondered what would happen if a truly independent entity would review the books? What would be their findings? Let's take a look at theBoomBustBlog EU archives and pull out Lies, Damn Lies, and Sovereign Truths: Why the Euro is Destined to Collapse! while keeping in mind that this article was researched and written well over a year ago! The IMF and the EU have been consistently and overtly optimistic from the very beginning of this crisis. Their numbers have been dramatically over the top on the super bright, this will end pretty, rosy scenario side - and that is after multiple revisions to the downside!!! We can visit the US concept of regulatory capture (see How Regulatory Capture Turns Doo Doo Deadly and Lehman Brothers Dies While Getting Away with Murder: Regulatory Capture at its Best) for the EU, but due to time constraints we will save that topic for a later date. To make matters even worse, the sovereign states have taken these dramatically optimistic and proven unrealistic projections and have made even more optimistic and dramatically unrealistic projections on top of those in order to create the illusion of a workable "austerity" plan when in reality there is no way in hell the stated and published plans will come anywhere near reducing the debts and deficits as advertised - No Way in Hell (Hades/Tartarus/Anao/Uffern/Peklo/Niffliehem - just to cover some of the Euro states caught fudging the numbers)!

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