We recently have read about a new socio-economical theorem, the Theorem of Schauble.
The Financial Times not too long ago has been the first mass media to publish the important discovery. The thesis of the theorem states that a too lax monetary policy moves the political preference, in the country affected, to the extreme right of the political spectrum (within the parliamentary possibilities).
The Financial Times has not yet been able to publish the demonstration of the thesis, the conclusion is already known: the recent successes of AfD (a new, right wing, German Party) has been actively supported by the action of the European Central Bank under the guidance of its politically motivated chairman Mr. Mario Draghi.
Following the link below, you can see the preparation of the still missing demonstration of the theorem. The photo shows a moment in the debate that helped the important discovery.