by John Galt
April 16, 2012 21:55 ET
Tonight’s commentary from Ambrose Evans-Pritchard demonstrates the fallacy of central banking during an election season in a nation or continent experiencing economic woe. The ECB has become the target of Nicolas Sarkozy as the Communist candidate, Hollande, is smoking him in every poll and it would appear that the French are refusing to follow Sarkozy’s surrender to Germany and demanding a strong turn to the left. The consequences of France’s hope and change movement are about to be endured by millions and AEP’s column tonight spells out the desperation of not just the central banksters, but their elitist political supporters currently on life support in many nations around the world.
Click on the link below to read the entry in the U.K. Telegraph: