From the moment the US and Britain left the EU, we’ve had an international crisis.
We’ve been in a world war.
We’re now in a climate change crisis.
But it seems that we’ve managed to get away with some pretty basic things, despite the fact that they may not be as easy as we’d like.
The key is to remember the lesson of the past: When something goes wrong, you don’t stop and start over.
That is true even when the danger has gone away.
In this case, that lesson may have come back to bite us.
The latest of those was the recent collapse of the Russian stock market.
The collapse was a disaster, but it was caused by a series of mistakes that we didn’t even notice.
For one thing, the economy had been doing quite well in the run up to the crash.
It was just too big a market for the Fed to worry about.
We had to start from scratch.
So we turned to the Fed and asked them to buy up as much of the stock market as they could.
In other words, the Fed put their money where their mouth was.
But the US did not.
Instead, it sold off its own market.
And when the market crashed, the US didn’t buy back its own stock at all.
Instead it sold it to the other members of the G20, the big financial organisations.
The US then got to keep a little more of its own money.
What’s more, the G8, the other big group of rich countries, did not intervene either.
They let the market crash.
The G8 were forced to sell off their own stock too.
When they tried to buy back some of it, they lost the ability to do so.
This was just a textbook example of how we didn.
We were allowed to keep more of our own money and to let the stock crash.
We got caught in the same trap that the US was.
We ended up with a lot of our money held overseas and had to spend it on the US.
And that means our debts are now higher than we would like to be, which is hurting our economy.
We know this because we can count on our governments to bail us out when we get into trouble.
In Europe, the crisis has been particularly acute because there’s been a general economic slump, which has pushed up the prices of everything from food to clothes.
This has been exacerbated by the eurozone crisis and the Eurocrats’ plan to keep the debt-ceiling down.
And now we are getting into a situation in which debt in the Eurozone and the US is higher than they should be.
So the European Union is now facing a very serious financial crisis.
This is not a new crisis.
It’s the second time we’ve been facing this kind of financial crisis in our lifetimes.
What was new is the sheer scale of the crisis.
If we were talking about a very small country, like Belgium, it would be manageable.
But we are a global country with a whole continent.
It would be a real headache.
We don’t have any of the traditional economic advantages that we have in the West.
We have less wealth, less security and more inequality.
But that doesn’t mean that we can’t do things differently.
We can do things that are better for the European people and for the world.
The way we deal with these problems is different.
We need to be flexible and willing to try new ideas, because they’re likely to be better for everyone.
It will take time, but the EU will be able to make it work.
What can we do?
First, we need to get a grip on debt.
There are a lot more of us now than in the past.
If the financial system collapses, we won’t be able or willing to deal fairly with the debts we have.
That’s because our politicians are afraid of being seen as too big to fail.
But governments can’t be trusted.
They can only act in the interest of the banks and their shareholders.
They need to act in a way that’s fair and not unfair.
This means that we need a system that allows us to pay off our debts, rather than putting our money in a bank.
This could mean having to borrow at very low rates to fund our investments, like a bank or a credit union.
The problem is that we don’t know what the banks are willing to do with that money.
The big banks have said that they want to keep some of their cash in the banks, and so they won’t lend it to people.
But they don’t want to make that choice because they think it would mean making bad loans.
It wouldn’t be right to give money to people who are going to default on their loans, as banks are wont to do.
This leaves banks with the option of making bad decisions and putting their money into bad things.
That would be very bad for the economy.
What should we do instead?
First of all, we should be very careful not to