Germany Returning to Deutsche Mark? € Sculpture Removed from Frankfurt Intl Airport

A massive € sculpture  (identical to the one in front of the European Central Bank) was dismantled and removed from the Frankfurt International Airport in Germany Thursday.
The official explanation is ‘the plastic parts are getting weak after 11 years and the terminal needed the space‘.

Does € sculpture’s removal from the Frankfurt Airport indicate Germany is preparing for a surprise return to the Deutsche Mark?

German workers dismantle a Euro sculpture in front of a terminal at the Frankfurt International Airport yesterday. The sculpture is an exact copy of the one standing in front of the European Central Bank (ECB) in downtown Frankfurt and was made after a design by German artist Ottmar Hoerl. The 15m high blue and yellow sculpture was standing in front of the terminal for 11 years but plastic parts were getting weak and an extension of the airport rail to another terminal needed the space.

 

Que the Deutsche Mark rumors and speculation.

http://thepeninsulaqatar.com/business-news/205002-german-airport-removes-euro-sculpture.html

Comments

  1. The official explanation sounds good to me.  If it was made in China (which I guarantee it was) then I can definitely believe it was beginning to weaken.

  2. If it had been made in America it would have come loose and fallen a long time ago. 

  3. That ain’t the only thing that’s gotten weaker in the last 11 years.  Plastic just ain’t what it used to be.  Use Bake-a-lite next time.
     
    Or just a little more petroleum in the plastic

  4. This reminds me of the novel Animal Farm.  The words printed kept changing.  All Animals are Created Equal.   All currencies are created.  Some are more equal than others.  LOL.  Deutchmark, Deutchmark Uber Alles.  F the Euro.  Yes, the situation is “Plastic’  It is Fluid and every changing.

  5. Its just a sign of the times.
     
    It does not make any sense to remove the sculpture in anticipation of the demise of the Euro. Unless they are sending a very loud and unmistakable message.

  6. When the people (not officials) tear down the other €-sculpture then you’ll know that something is up.

  7. Germany printing Deutsche Marks, British Foreign Office warns of euro chaos
    27 November 2011

    Germany has its printing presses working overtime but they are not printing euros but Deutsche Mark notes in case the eurozone sovereign debt crisis ends in a return to national currencies.
    At the same time the British Foreign Office has issued warnings to embassies in the eurozone to prepare to handle the problems of its expatriates who may be unable to access local bank accounts and face rioting mobs.
    Perhaps this is only an example of highly developed countries planning for all eventualities but disaster planning always adds to fear as it shows that the previously unthinkable is now being contemplated: a break-up of the eurozone single currency.

  8. This is hilarious.  Everyone knows Germany must leave the Euro soon or face death.

    It’s funny when things like this happen and the people ‘speculate’.  For crying out loud folks.  Talk about in your face.

    Next thing you know, California will default, and the MSM will tell you they DIDN’T default.  That’s just a rumor, sheople, switch back to American Idol.  Or, the sky will turn black and the MSM will tell everyone YOU’RE SEEING THINGS!!  Stop listening to those ’wingnuts’ and ‘conspiricy theorists’.  Nothing to see here, back to your regularly scheduled PROGRAMS!

    I think it’s reasonable to assume at this point that MOST of the information being fed via the propaganda machine is a lie, distortion, or slandering.

  9. Set that thing on fire!
    Put it out of it’s misery!  

  10. Press photo of the year. It just says it all. You can almost see the bulldozer coming up from afar.

  11. It’s obvious what’s happening. The Federal Reserve charter ends on 21st December 2012. Nuff said.

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