"The euro has always been an anti-democratic project. Now, with these elections, the people of two member countries have spoken definitively against the privations being imposed on them to sustain it. This dose of reality is long overdue. With problems in Spain, Ireland, Portugal, Italy and even Holland, which is between governments because no one can agree on austerity measures, it is clear it will not be the last. The euro as we know it is now on life support."