Economía

Montoro aclara que no ha pedido ayuda financiera sino una unidad bancaria

Cristóbal Montoro, ministro de Hacienda y Administraciones Públicas. Foto: Archivo

El ministro de Hacienda y Administraciones Públicas, Cristóbal Montoro, ha aclarado que no ha pedido en ningún momento ayuda para la banca española a las instituciones financieras europeas, sino sencillamente una "unidad bancaria europea" para salir de la crisis.

En declaraciones a los medios de comunicación en los pasillos del Senado, Montoro ha salido así al paso de las interpretaciones de muchos medios de comunicación que han visto en las declaraciones del ministro de Hacienda de este martes a Onda Cero una petición de ayuda a la UE.

Esta mañana, el ministro de Hacienda aseguró que "España no tiene abierta la puerta de los mercados". "Esa prima (de riesgo) lo que está diciendo es que como Estado tenemos un problema a la hora de acceder a los mercados, a la hora de refinanciar nuestra deuda", afirmó esta mañana.

Ante el revuelo generado, especialmente entre medios extranjeros, Montoro ha puntualizado que "lo que he dicho claramente y lo que viene diciendo el Gobierno es que esperamos la salida de esta crisis con más Europa". "No he dicho nada que no haya dicho el presidente del Gobierno, Mariano Rajoy", añadió.

Así, recalcó que el Gobierno ve "fundamental" avanzar en la "unión bancaria europea". "Es necesario en este momento", apostilló, para zanjar la cuestión diciendo que "no es la primera vez que un ministro habla así".

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Throughout the three day Bilderberg meeting, European bankers, American government officials and international money managers conducted tense discussions behind closed doors on the wisdom of Germany extending the country's credit to paper over the indebtedness of the rest of Europe. One German Bilderberger pointed out that Germany"™s resources are finite, while another German stated matter of fact that "it would be impossible in the currently rarified political and economic climate to try and convince German voters to support Spain, a country plagued by corruption and inefficiency."

The key message from the meeting: come hell or high water, it is imperative to preserve the functioning of the banking system. Spain's Vice President received a dose of humility when she tried to push the issue of "responsibility" telling her high powered German Bilderberg colleagues that they should issue Eurobonds to save the system. The reply was more than telling: "go pound sand, little girl," is how Bilderberg high powered elite replied to "Soraya's" baseless pretensions. Eurobonds are guaranteed by Germany but would be spent mostly by Europe"™s PIIGS.

The conclusion couldn't have been more frightful for Spain's immediate future. Spain will be sacrificed on the altar of high finance. "Why would we want to save you, if Spain has lied about the depth of its financial troubles?" asked one German participant of Spain's vice president. "Your banking system is worthless. Do you have equity that might be of interest to anyone?" The answer was a resounding, "NO." One US government official stated that "the time has come to press the alarm button."

The sense of panic was growing as the weekend progressed and deliberations became more and more tense. Unlike Spanish citizens, Bilderberg has access to a complete data on deposit money flight from Spain which they believe to be twice the announced 66.2 billion euros in March.

"March was an eternity ago in financial terms," as one Bilderberg noted. Hard numbers speak for themselves. The debt of Spanish financial institutions is 109% of Gross Domestic Product, twice the amount in France or Germany, and three times that of the United States. Unpayable loans in the construction sector are 40% of GDP in real terms, and not the 20% the Rajoy government has been selling to the world.

Another Bilderberg stated that "The problem with Spain is that its construction sector is an 800kg gorilla in a china shop," as large as the entire manufacturing sector. By contrast, in Germany, construction is 20% the size of manufacturing.

Another Bilderberg pointed out that one year ago, the ratio of financial-sector debt relative to Gross Domestic Product declined from US$8 trillion to $6.1 trillion. One trillion dollars of these loses can be attributed to the collapse of Lehman Brothers, JPMorgan Chase"™s purchase of Bear Stearns, and the Bank of America-Merrill Lynch merger.

In conclusion, the Spanish banking system including Spanish bank held debt of Spanish households are going to die. As I stated on record on May 31, Spain's leading bank, Banco Santander has an unpayable debt of over 800 billion euros. Bilderberg obviously knows this. Metastasis has spread to all parts of the system. Shadow Masters have spoken and the script has been written. It remains to be seen how long the actors take to play out their parts.

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Eso !

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