You know sometimes when i think about terrorism and the way the financial crisis (from the mortgage, credit crunch to the unfolding Euro debt crises) has been unfolding there seems to be a pattern.
Both seem to be centralising security and financial control.
If you're in doubt think again: the botched greek referendum, the NATO-Pakistan imbroglio, the wild currency fluctuations in Nigeria, the novel right to protect in Libya, 'unfair' trade advantage of weaker currencies and the construed (if not misconstrued) intercontinental danger of the Boko-Haram group. . . etc
And if you think these are chance i'll beg to differ unless you mean promoted. Infact doesn't it seem imperative that an eclectic fusion of economy in Europe, centralisation of security globally and adoption of a currency is the tune of the music playing.
Don't they say that there's a method in madness?