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open Democracy News Analysis – by Luc-André Brunet
The power of Angela Merkel’s Germany in today’s European Union has led to a resurgence of the argument that the EU is secretly a realisation of Nazi plans to dominate Europe. Is there any truth at all to this thesis?
Godwin’s law, the adage that “as an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches one“, reflects the fact that one of the surest ways to discredit an adversary is to suggest that he or she is a Nazi.
Small European countries tend to be more prosperous than big ones. Their governments can use economic policy more subtly, and they can adapt faster to changing circumstances – number 16 of 40 reasons to support Scottish independence.