So my point is that those who gave their lives perhaps gave them in vain. They are probably turning in their graves as the centralisation of power proceeds not with tanks and bombs but coercion and oppression. I weep for the loss of what it was they, my friends and mentors, so bravely fought for. It is not a cheap jibe but a lament for the pointlessness of their sacrifice.
You are seriously comparing the current financial misfortunes of some Europeans with what it would have been like to live in a Nazi-dominated Europe? Seriously? The absence, say, of any genocide going on around the place doesn't strike you as a significant difference? Or the availability of complete freedom of speech?
And just for the record, I will summarize my earlier points which, despite going on at great length, you didn't answer. Your analysis of the situation is simplistic and its anti-German element is especially misconceived. The problem here is the financial system which is multinational and which included Spanish, Greek and Irish banks who were its representatives in their own countries, and the failure of Governments, both national and multinational (the EEC), to control it. "Blaming it all on the Germans" is harking back to the bad old days when the Europeans conducted their arguments with bullets.
All these things are arguable of course and there is a time and place for arguing them. You genuinely don't seem to understand why this wasn't the time or place. As best I can understand it (your emotions are a lot stronger than your logic) you think it was ok to have a go at the Germans over the current financial misfortunes of the Irish and others because Remembrance Day ceremonies glorify war. Well - not if you talk to any of the surviving soldiers or nurses or family members they don't, or the children who turn up to them in increasing numbers - the idea of war amazes and appalls them. And the appropriate response, if you don't like a ceremony which means a lot to other people, is to stay away and not turn up waving some obscure placard about another matter. This applies just as much on line as it does on the street.