The Euro is a political tool, intended to secure fiscal and political union. The economic answer to the Eurozone's woes is clear; allow Greece (at least) to leave the Euro, devalue, default and spring back to growth and relative prosperity. All the while this move is resisted the pressure will pile on the Euro, threatening the Federasts' political objectives. Allowing Greece to leave will also open the possibility of others following, threatening the Federasts' political objectives. It's win-win for those of us who loathe the EU project vehemently, notwithstanding the fallout here in the UK.
Meanwhile European-wide disillusionment with the political and big-business classes and a hunger for reform bubbles away. Many of our own dear politicians are 'in denial' as our cousins say, blaming 'voter apathy'. If they were aware of the strength with which they are loathed by many of the non-voters they would be hesitant to term this dangerous passion 'apathy'.