Blog honetan ikusi genuen bezala, erlijioak aparteko eragina dauka ekonomian.
Izan ere, Europar Batasuna eraikitzean, EBko estatu desberdinen defizit publikoen muga BPGren %3an jarri zen.
Neurria erabat ilogiko zen, inongo teoria ekonomikorik oinarritua, baina Erlijioa zen, eta da nagusi.
Erlijioa alde batera utzita, hona hemen azken bolada honetan, behin eta berriz, erabili ditudan 3 power point, Mundua, Europa (hobeto esanda, Europar Batasuna) eta Euskal Herria ulertzeko eta beraiek onerako aldatzeko, baita krisia ulertzeko eta berari irtenbide duin bat emateko ere:
(Be sociable, share. Zabaldu, mesedez. Feel free to use them, alegia, erabil ditzakezu power pointak, nahi duzun beste eta nonahi.)
 Ikus https://www.unibertsitatea.net/blogak/heterodoxia/2013/05/17/trinitate-saindua-3a/. Bill Mitchell-ek ere, argitaratzear daukan liburu berrian, berriki gogoratu digunez (Options for Europe – Part 40: http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog/?p=27236), “In another interview, Abeille added that …: We imagined the 3% figure in less than an hour, it was a ‘back of an envelope’ calculation, without any theoretical reflection … Mitterrand wanted us to quickly provide him with an easy rule, which sounded economic, with which he could confront the ministers who marched into his office asking for more money … We needed something simple … 3%? It was a good figure, a figure that has stood the test of time, it was reminiscent of the Trinity … Mitterand wanted a standard, we gave it to him. We did not think it would endure beyond 1981 … [the] … Minister of Finance, who was the first to talk about the deficit as a percentage … 100 billion francs was huge … he preferred to speak of 2.6% …”
“Abeille also said that while he worked as a diligent economist, the 3 per cent “number was no based on economic theory” … and that “it was sometimes necessary to understand the political constraints”…”