Well, it was the price the French wanted us to pay for reunification, so maybe technically it was wrong, but politically still the right thing to do. Easy for the English to say 'I told you so'. When was the last time your country was split up? The main problem I have is that the way it is all handled right now is undermining democracy. I am sure if we would really want to we would come up with a solution that is both more democratic than the EU is set up right now, a solution that makes corruption and populism much harder, and a solution that puts the citizens in the center, not the well-being of politicians or banks. But we do not have enough politicians that want to constructively work in that direction, which is a real shame.