Comment by Justasheep:
– the euro is still in crisis
– national governments are straining at the restrictions placed by the EU
– Scotland is moving toward leaving the UK
– The British leadership is telling them they can’t stay on the british pound if they leave
This I think is the uprooting of one of the 3 horns in the making. We’ve already possibly seen the uprooting of one horn in the form of Greece during their financial crisis and the loss of any meaningful sovereignty over their own affairs. We are seeing a second possibly in Spain as their economy falters and becomes more dependent on the support of EU bailout funding (at the cost of policy control over their own country). The third in the not too distant future is developing in the UK. If Scotland leaves, and goes to the euro directly or indirectly it is going to have a huge impact on the rest of the UK’s ability to stand on it’s own as an economic entity- and I suspect what the AC will use when he emerges to wrestle control of that country from its elected prime minister and parliament.
Keep watching. I’m going to.