Will GREECE Leave the EU? Who'll be Next? Germany, France, Italy, UK?

Will Greece leave the Euro Zone any time soon?  No, not right away, thanks to much coaxing (and bribing) by Brussels to keep them 'In the Zone'.  However, all heck breaks loose in Greece by September/October of 2015, after the EU bureaucrats attempt to strip the Greek people of all remaining rights and assets over the coming months.

The EU's new proposal for the Greeks is like a carrot on a stick, leading them straight to a bunny trap that they'll never escape, and the Greeks know it.  Just as the EU is clamping down its cold, hard, claws around the country, the Greeks will rise up, and slowly purge itself from the toxic Euro Zone.  The process will last in to 2016, after which point Greece will be free to complete trade deals with Russia and other nations at will.

Italy, too, is making moves to leave the EU, but in a much different manner.  It will be a 'chunk by chunk' approach to separation, with Veneto leading the way.  This will be a much longer, but manageable process for the Italians to undertake, but by 2018, if not sooner, they'll be completely 'free!'

There are rumors that Germany will leave the EU soon, but I don't see a clear separation at all. Instead, they'll likely 'hang tight' until 2019, much to the detriment of the German economy!

France, too, will sit tight with the EU, at least through 2017.  There may be some small changes, but nothing as radical as the Greeks, or as progressive as the Italians.

I expect some strong, new leadership to (attempt to) take hold in Spain this Spring (April/May 2015), perhaps in the Catonia region. This will stir up street riots and much violence in that country.  However, surprise, surprise, both sides will manage to come together in agreement (without outside intervention), and marginalize the Spanish Royal Family's control over this small country.

There will be no big moves away from the EU in 2015 by Spain this year, but rather, an internal revolution that provides a huge opportunity to bring more power to the people, if exploited.

I've always felt that the U.K. should be one of the first to leave the EU, but I've since changed my mind on that. I don't see a clear departure, or much internal will to do so, this year.

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