Blog

LAGOM – “Just the Right Amount” & European War

QUESTION: Hi Martin, The Rome WEC was a real eye-opener for me. Thank you for coming over to Europe. Especially the reports you released in advance of the [...]

Read More

The Rising Anti-EU Sentiment Ahead of the EU Elections

In Hungary, the anti-EU movement runs intense and links Soros and his funding behind the curtain as the number one problem. There have been protests in Hungary [...]

Read More

German Car Sales Collapse

COMMENT: I am a senior exec here in the German auto industry. I attended your Berlin conference. I just want to say your ECM is remarkable. Our industry has seen a [...]

Read More

France v Netherlands

COMMENT: I had to laugh your comment that the EU pretends to be a happy family but they are still nationalistic no matter what they say. The Dutch bid to buy Air [...]

Read More

The Treaty of Rome & 2020

QUESTION: I believe back at your 1985 WEC, if I remember correctly, besides the 2016 target for the first opportunity for a third party type president, you also [...]

Read More

Farage Interview on the Collapse of Eurozone

Nigel will be speaking at this year’s World Economic Conference in Rome. Click here for [...]

Read More

The Fate of Europe – Special Report for Rome WEC

As we face a major election this May in Europe, there truly is rising discontent among member states who realize this is just not working. The demands of austerity [...]

Read More

Scottish Independence & BREXIT

QUESTION: Marty, Big fat question for you regarding the UK and the SNP. You seemed to support Scotland breaking away from the UK in 2014, but since then you’ve [...]

Read More

Britain & Labour’s Proposal for a Permanent Customs Union

The leader of the British Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, is desperately trying to prevent the Labour Party from fracturing and splitting into two parties. Most Labour [...]

Read More

European Tour – The Calm Before the Chaos?

I am writing from Frankfurt here for meetings ahead of the chaos awaiting the May elections. In Frankfurt, while the economy is clearly slowing, the financial [...]

Read More