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蒂尔顿—1957年罗马条约(Treaty of Rome,最终形成欧盟的基本文件)的第一句话呼吁建立“一个欧洲各民族间更加紧密的联盟”。但是,最近,这一理想陷入了危险,而危险的制造者正是其自身的政治精英,他们采取了共同货币,却完全忽视了地下的断层线。



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