So groups are all rushing round blaming this that and the other, without lifting their heads so that they realise the problem is bigger than just 'them and theirs'
e.g. In greece the protestors are blaming the gov.....OK fair enough, but going on the streets and being awkward is not going to get the debt collectors to lay off greece
or in ireland....much talk of euro bail out, yet with accompanying hassle and accusations that the eurozone is in a mess (all currencies have got severe problems)
or in the UK ....students are blaming this gov (OK so the gov decided to cut rather than spend to protect jobs....and in actual fact i dont think either of the two main ways is correct, because they fai lto recognise this problem for what it is)
Portugal and Spain next, then.
Im baffled by why people are able to think that they can get all worked up and apportion blame when they are looking at only a minutia of the problem, they do not look at the whole.....why not? If i were going to get angry and blame and chuck stuff then i would want to know that it was fully deserved.
Why are people just happy to use current crisi to just attach it to their favourate pet hates, this confuses the issue and confuses other people (who are the electorate) as to the actual nature and causes of the problems?