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March 23rd, 2013, 14:42
Originally Posted by Glyphwright View Post
European nations prove time and again that they are incapable of governing themselves properly as separate units.
The North-Europe, West-Europe and Middle-Europe are generally very steady, and have been for a very long time, both politically and financially. It's a big continent, with very varied cultures. The ex-communist countries like Hungary tend to have the biggest problems. It's only a bit over 20 years since the iron curtain fell, which is a relatively short time in a country's history.

Some could argue that the biggest mistake of EU was to expand from the rich countries - Where it started - into the poor countries. There are staggering differences among EU countries, and the rich ones don't have endless patience in pouring money into the poor ones.
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