I used google translator to translate the essay into english. Here is the full translated essay, emphasis mine:
Slovakia's efforts to join the euro area have been motivated by the prospect of a stable currency and solid rules. Specifically, I referring to the Maastricht criteria (in particular the maximum three percent deficit), Article 125 of the Treaty of Lisbon (every State shall be liable for its obligations alone) and the internal rules of the European Central Bank (redeem bonds Member States). I remember well how "strict guardians of Lithuania adopted the euro because the reference year exceeded the deficit by 0.07 percentage point. I also remember how Miklos trained first and then the beginning. Everything is quiet and we strpeli kvitovali also convinced that we will become members of the association, which comply with the rules.
Today, two years later, unfortunately, I have to say that the rules apply equally to all, or currently do not pay at all and that the proceedings of the European Commission is the responsible approach properly far. Already "rescue" Greece is mainly about saving the profits of foreign banks. Greeks have lived 30 years beyond their circumstances, because they ruled irresponsible socialists who they recently ruled us, and banks to earn it fair that you charge a premium on the interest for possible insolvency. Ireland is a similar case, with the only difference being that the banks decided to play the casino and real estate bubble inflated. State supported them in that, initially weakening control mechanisms and state guarantees.
Responsible approach eurozone leaders would let banks share the outages incurred and not "produce" more and more new money that the ECB buys bonds of the Member States. It is irresponsible to other Countries' debt extended by eurovalu countries themselves and thus were into trouble. This way you can save Greece and Ireland, Portugal can be. Try the following to "save" Spain is gambling with the euro, let alone Italy. Italy's debt is higher than half the debt of Greece, Ireland, Portugal and Spain together.
Therefore it is high time, Slovakia ceased to blindly believe chatter area leaders and prepared a plan B.This is a reintroduction of the Slovak koruna. When we're too small a country to have a significant impact on the EU to act, we must at least protect the value created and composed of people living in Slovakia.
Although Slovakia is not a large member of the EU by any means, and exiting the Euro is a logistical and operational nightmare, open challenges to the "benefits" of EU membership are not to be taken lightly. They are indicative of a lack of EU leadership and of conflict and distrust amongst fellow EU member states.
I'm expecting more of this in the future.
Meanwhile, the issue of a Euro Bond is still being hotly debated with little apparent agreement amongst the larger EU members. In my recent posts about the evolution of fiat money, I tried to describe the two approaches that are being taken: one by the US and the other by the EU. The EU was difficult to assess, and that remains so. Why? There is absolutely no clear leadership in the EU. EU policy is ad hoc - much more than US policy. However, the underlying issue: the exponential growth of unmanageable debt in a fiat debt based monetary system will never be fully addressed until the system collapses. What we are witnessing right now are pathetic attempts to prop up an unsustainable system that is nearing its terminal phase.