Enough is enough.
The axis of Portugal, Italy, France, Spain - PIFS - is overstretching the bow in their critical comments against Germany's view of stability with austerity. The Bundesbank and Merkel have made their position clear to ECB's Pres. Draghi.
Who shall be pissed on when making a policy of common sense? Germany - the PIFS? Make up your own mind.
The lazy-bones of Spain and Italy, too proud to admit any wrong-doing, do have a new enemy, Germany of course!
This is typical - not only in diplomacy and politics but in real life as well.
Students with high scores because they make their home-works and tear their butts apart to reach their aims are envied by underachieving and underperforming ones.
Shame on you, the Euro shall be a strong and competitive currency (like Guilders, Marks and Schillings) and not like the former Escudos, Lira, Francs and Peseta.
The reason why Sarkozy lost his presidential election had been his prior admiration for Merkel in terms of making the right decisions in implementing austerity measures with economic success and low inflation. He wanted to transform French behavior to German attitudes, AND FAILED BITTERLY.
The French wanted this way: "Wash my buck - but don't make it wet" - something that cannot work.
But now they seek alliance with similiar thinking nuts, and it might work short term.
Now, the PIFS are united against Germany, and the former tax haven, Luxembourg, a state with less than half of the population of the German city of Cologne, is blowing the same horn. They should rather shut up, and think twice.
What do you do normally against cancer - chemo, radiation and removal of tissue, right?
So, in terms of Greece, these remedies won't obviously work properly - a waste of time and money.
In terms of saving the Euro (project), you should rather cut out some flesh; Greece - rather let them go on with their own Drahma than put more chemo and radiation = an awful lot of tax payers' money, meaning additional pain and stress, on it.
The shouting against Germany (Netherlands - Austria) and the successes against inflation is quite comprehensible, when domestic, hot-blooded people cry against any pain implemented on their feet, is likely to be reinforced by the media who quickly dig out old resentments - "Forth Reich", swastikas and so on.
It cannot work this time because other countries in the north of Europe are on Germany's side, basicly.
The underachievers and underperformers shall make their home-works first before getting rewarded - for what btw?
For making the right thing, retroactively?
The PIFS are so spoilt, they don't know the difference I fear.