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Is President J.L. Zapatero guilty for the economic situation in Spain?

Is President J.L. Zapatero guilty for the economic situation in Spain?

 

In my view, President J. L. Rodríguez Zapatero isn’t the only person to blame for the economic situation, but he has a big part of the responsibility because he and his party have a lot of power in the country. 

Firstly, the economic and construction industry crisis in Spain were initially caused by businessmen-women and stockbrokers. There are two classifications for these people: unconscious people and the selfish ones. The second group may have leaded the most of the important and influential decisions, whether they are those who have taken the decisions, or have convinced the people from the first group to take them. Sometimes, unconscious people consist in a huge group, so the state of the economy can become unstable…and crazy, especially when shares are increasing or decreasing its value very quickly in the Stock Market.

Secondly, there are a lot of politicians who like this system a lot, and want it to keep on working because they are winning a lot of money thanks to the intelligence of their personal stockbrokers. The problem comes when lots of people invest a lot of money in non-secure companies too optimistically. Later, ‘crash’ arrives: companies go bankrupt, fear and panic invades the brains of the brokers, the Government desperate and opposition party and citizens get angry. The difference between opposition party politicians and the rest is that the first ones try to take advantage of the incapacity of the Government to solve a situation which all of them had helped to create and maintain. This is what often happens, whether the opposition party’s colour is red, or blue, or green, or purple… 


In addition, Governments don’t usually find out how to solve people’s problems, and they take measures too late. 

To sum up, Zapatero isn’t the only person to blame for the crisis, but he is one of the heads of a non-intelligent, narrow-minded political-economic system. I am sorry for saying this because of all the people who votes for them, but after seeing how the Spain economic and labour situation is at the present, the right conclusion is most of politicians are like kids…

 

 

 

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In my view, President J. L. Rodríguez Zapatero isn’t the only person to blame for the economic situation, but he has a big part of the fault [responsability] because he and his party have a lot of power in the country.

Firstly, the economic and construction industry crisis in Spain were initially caused by businessmen, businesswomen [businessmen-women] and stockbrokers. There are two classifications for these people: unconscious ones and selfish ones [unconscious people and the selfish ones]. The second group may have leaded the most of the important and influential decisions, whether they are [those] who have taken the decisions, or have convinced the people from the first group to take them. Sometimes, unconscious people are [consist in] a huge group, so the state of the economy can become unstable…and crazy, especially when shares are increasing or decreasing its value very quickly in the Stock Market.

Secondly, there are a lot of politicians who like this system a lot, and want it to keep on working because they are winning a lot of money thanks to the intelligence of their personal stockbrokers. The problem comes when lots of people invest a lot of money in non-secure companies too optimistically. Later, ‘crash’ arrives: companies go bankrupt, fear and panic invades the brains of the brokers, the Government desperate and opposition party and citizens get angry. The difference between opposition party politicians and the rest is that the first ones try to take advantage of the incapacity of the Government to solve a situation which all of them had help [helped] to create and maintain. This is what often happens, whether the opposition party’s colour is red, or blue, or green, or purple…



In addition, Governments don’t usually find out how to solve people’s problems, and they take measures too late.

To sum up, Zapatero isn’t the only person to blame for the crisis, but he is one of the heads of a non-intelligent, narrow-minded political-economic system. I am sorry for saying this because of all the people who votes for them, but after seeing how the Spain economic and labour situation is in the present [at the present], the right conclusion is most of politicians are like kids…


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