Post Admits Austerity ‘Killing’ Greece

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Post Admits Austerity ‘Killing’ Greece

Wednesday, January 11, 2012 – by Staff Report

In Greece, fears that austerity is killing the economy … Deeply indebted and nearly bankrupt, this Mediterranean nation was forced to adopt tough austerity measures to slash its deficit and secure an international bailout. But as Greece’s economy slides into free fall, critics are scanning the devastated landscape here and asking a probing question: Does austerity really work? Unemployment has surged to 18.8 percent from 13.3 percent only a year ago. Overburdened public hospitals are facing acute shortages of everything from syringes to bandages because of budget cuts, with hiring freezes forcing the mothballing of operating rooms even as more unemployed are relying on the public health system. Rates of homelessness, suicide, crime and HIV cases from intravenous drug use are jumping. “Conditions have deteriorated so dramatically that doctors in this country now believe that the Greek crisis is no longer just a financial crisis but a humanitarian crisis,” said Dimitris Varnavas, the president of the Federation of Greek Hospital Doctors’ Unions. – Washington Post

Dominant Social Theme: Greece needs to “get its act together.” But will the pain be too much to bear?

Free-Market Analysis: The almost genocidal nature of modern “austerity” as interpreted by the current crop of European one-world technocrats has come in for some mild criticism in the pages of the Washington Post.

Surprise! It must be really bad in Greece for this august, mainstream mouthpiece to publish such an article. Look on it as a limited hangout of sorts. With the Greek economy continuing to collapse as suicides pile up, a responsible mainstream paper must provide some sort of realistic reporting. And so it does.

Of course, the underlying assumptions remain resolutely unexamined. This is a kind of power elite dominant social theme of sorts – that the “cure,” while necessary, is harsh. It is a pure Hegelian Dialectic when one considers this approach, as the argument is NOT framed by the question as to whether “austerity” is necessary at all.

In Singapore one can be flogged for certain offenses. Perhaps the Washington Post shall do an article wondering whether the number of lashes ought to be mitigated. That’s how this article appears to us. We would ask why someone needs the lash at all. The Washington Post worries only that the cure is a bit extreme. Here’s some more from the article:

Leaders aim to hammer out a plan to save the euro, while demonstrators take to the streets to show opposition to austerity measures in cash-strapped countries. Greece has been forced to cut spending and raise taxes in the middle of a severe downturn, slashing pensions as well as state salaries, jobs and services.

As public confidence has evaporated, consumer spending — the biggest driver of the economy — has plunged, generating cascading losses at private firms. The result is a dizzying economic plummet and social crisis that is bringing the cradle of Western civilization to its knees …

On Monday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy turned up the heat on Greece, suggesting that its bailout deal is in danger of unraveling if Athens does not press ahead quicker with pledged budget reforms and seal a deal with bondholders to voluntarily restructure its massive debt.

For some reason, the powers-that-be are determined to grind Greece into the ground. When they are done nothing will be left but a spot. This is the way of the IMF, of course, as amply documented by such by books as Confessions of an Economic Hit Man.

First, the World Bank lends to a country’s leaders – the more corrupt the better, which is why much of this takes place in the so-called developing world. Then the leaders abscond with the loot, leaving behind huge “public” debts.

Western banks, which have also lent to “build up the country’s infrastructure,” cry out that they have taken humanitarian risks and now will go bust if they are not paid back, jeopardizing the entire Western financial system. Sound familiar? The IMF is called in to make an emergency bailout.

The IMF is a stern taskmaster. It will demand that taxes go UP and that government spending go DOWN. Then it will demand that various government assets be sold off to raise funds. The assets, of course, are bought by select Western corporations at pennies on the dollar. People starve; the Anglosphere gains additional control.

For control is what is sought. That’s the reason to grind people into the dust of mercantilist bankruptcy. The power elite that wants to run the world cares not at all for the welfare of the people whose country it is supposedly rescuing. And so it is with Greece.

As we have pointed out numerous times, the top men in Greece (and Ireland and Eastern Europe) were virtually bribed to bring their countries into the EU. This was done via a clever mechanism in which the Brussels bureaucrats determined the amount of funding that a given country needed to bring its economy in line with stronger economies such as Germany’s.

The money was duly calculated and handed over to the various national elites who then fulfilled their part of the bargain by ensuring this country and that country was indeed delivered into the clutches of the EU. This mechanism occurred with considerable alacrity in the 2000s, for it was increasingly evident that the world’s economy was collapsing and that there was a limited window available during which the lies would yet be tenable.

In any event, the money that went to these countries didn’t do what it was supposed to do. The economies were not stabilized. Public spending was not rationalized. Instead, absurd public works projects were embarked upon. And if they money was not wasted in this way – lining the pockets of certain local corporations and their owners – it was merely absconded with.

Today, the elites that pocketed these funds have apparently left power. They will not be prosecuted, for they held up their end of the bargain. They delivered their countries into the clutches of the EU. And now these countries are the EU’s – and the Eurocrats can do as they please. Which was the whole point.

Austerity is nothing but a ruse. The IMF’s oft-stated intention to turn a country into a going concern is certainly misleading. The Anglosphere power elite seeks pliable nationalities that it can utilize for purposes of building an international community. This is why it crushes countries over and over. Culture is its enemy. Especially a stubborn, age-old culture such as exists in Greece.

Of course, the outrageousness of what is going on in Greece (and in other EU countries to a greater or lesser extent) must occasion articles like this one in the Washington Post. Justifications must be trotted out. The destruction, we are to believe, is unintentional. The aims of the power elite are pure.

They are not, of course. And Greece would have done better to emulate Argentina and Iceland and refuse to play the game the way the IMF and the big banking institutions demanded. What the cowardly Greek elites have agreed to will blight several generations of Greek families in the name of this “false” austerity, which is merely the crushing of a culture. In the meantime, the false memes will continue to be generated by power-elite mouthpieces.

“Greece, proponents of austerity say, has no one to blame but itself,” the Washington Post informs us. “After a decade of excessive borrowing and spending, evidence emerged in late 2009 that Greek officials had lied about the extent of the country’s whopping deficit. That lighted the first sparks of the European debt crisis, touching off a firestorm of investor panic that spread across Europe and is jeopardizing the global economy.”

You see, they deserve their fate. Nobody knew what was occurring until 2009! It was a total surprise. (Never mind that this merciless system has been in place for at least 50 years, since the World Bank and IMF were set up, post-World War II.)

And just to make sure we understand that “merciless rigor” is truly justified, we read the following: “Slashing the deficit quickly is essential to ushering in a sustainable future … and the resulting social pain is necessary to impress on Greek politicians and society that such excesses should never happen again.”

As the economy further degrades in Greece and elsewhere, as the suicides rise and the cultural fabric itself is rent, we shall no doubt read more and more articles like this one. This is how the New World Order is to be built, on human suffering. The bodies and souls of the poor people trapped by this terrible paradigm are but rungs in a ladder that is ascending into the sky of a “brighter” tomorrow.

Conclusion: The storm troopers’ measured tread as they climb this ladder is the sound track of what the future holds if these lies are not debunked and the terrible EU experiment is not exposed and ultimately dismantled.

Posted by Frank on 01/11/12 11:12 PM

This article makes very clear how a nation can be ground down by the Power Elite, its assets seized & its citizens turned into serfs. I guess the best course for Greece would be to default on its debt & hit the “reset button” now before their nation is confiscated by the Power Elite. But they would also have to also do much more to avoid the problem of falling into the same mess the next time around. If Ron Paul doesn’t win this election to turn this nation around, maybe he should learn Greek & head over there to offer solutions!

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Posted by chad2 on 01/11/12 06:46 PM

Greece advise: Pray and then harvest the land/national assets. Government can only have 10% of the spoils, no debt allowed. Now if the land/national assets are owned centrally Greece must redistribute them and then the nation should start over from that…

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Posted by dotti on 01/11/12 03:18 PM

Posted by taxesbyanyothername on 01/11/12 03:03 PM
Hi dotti

Markets do all sorts of things, they are not all due to manipulation. Who knows?

I am putting spaces in this link, because my links on the DB often don’t work. I guess that I am just computer illiterate. Just leave out the spaces.

parisis. files. wordpress. com /2011/01/noam-chomsky.pdf

Thanks much. I left out the spaces and it worked like a charm.

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Posted by taxesbyanyothername on 01/11/12 03:03 PM

Posted by dotti on 01/11/12 02:39 PM
Could you please provide me a link?

BTW, I have a question about manipulations. I remember for months the markets were so volatile–wild swings within the day, 200 points or more. Commentators were saying that “retail investors” would not return to the market until that stabilized.

I have noted lately that the market will settle in at some point–today it was down 40-45 points–and stay there for hours.

A bit odd, don’t you think?

Hi dotti

Markets do all sorts of things, they are not all due to manipulation. Who knows?

I am putting spaces in this link, because my links on the DB often don’t work. I guess that I am just computer illiterate. Just leave out the spaces.

parisis. files. wordpress. com /2011/01/noam-chomsky.pdf

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Posted by RR on 01/11/12 03:01 PM

2012 war will Iran will begin.
Iran and its allies will initially seem to be winning.
Widespread fear will set in the western world.
The United States of Europe will be formed 2013.
West will win.

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Posted by HugoHolland on 01/11/12 02:59 PM

There is quite some discussion going over this quote of Henry Kissinger.

‘The Greek people are anarchic and difficult to tame. For this reason we must strike deep into their cultural roots: Perhaps then we can force them to conform. I mean, of course, to strike at their language, their religion, their cultural and historical reserves, so that we can neutralize their ability to develop, to distinguish themselves, or to prevail; thereby removing them as an obstacle to our strategically vital plans in the Balkans, the Mediterranean, and the Middle East.’

Some say he didnt state it, some do. Here a discussion about it. Click to view link

Still combining it will all the arms the current puppet government is buying me tends to believing it.

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Posted by NAPpy on 01/11/12 02:49 PM

Posted by seer on 01/11/12 12:43 PM
From wikipedia: Greece has the EU’s second worst Corruption Perceptions Index after Bulgaria, ranking 80th in the world,[29] and lowest Index of Economic Freedom and Global Competitiveness Index, ranking 88th and 90th respectively.[30][31] Corruption, together with the associated issue of poor standards of tax collection, is widely regarded as both a key cause of the current troubles in the economy and a key hurdle in terms of overcoming the country’s debt problem.

Corruption is inevitable whenever government exists. The only valid use of force is self-defense. Anything that government does beyond that is therefore arbitrary and immoral, forcing self-interested people to ignore government in order to survive. Ignoring government equates to smuggling, grey and black markets. Where arbitrary and immoral force exists, people that ignore government (smugglers and black marketeers) are heroes. The greek economy isn’t small, it’s just not reported. Tax collection can’t, by definition, help, since taxes are merely theft from the productive, given to the unproductive or unearned.

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Posted by dotti on 01/11/12 02:48 PM

Posted by elinelcrat on 01/11/12 12:29 PM
I could not have expressed my thoughts better than dotti. I totally agree.

Thanks.

So you’re depressed, too?

Makes imminent collapse seem sort of nifty, eh?

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Posted by dotti on 01/11/12 02:43 PM

Posted by gethky on 01/11/12 02:13 PM
To bailout a profligate debtor with yet more debt is the equivalent to serving vodka martinis at an AA meeting.

If you make your living selling vodka, it makes sense. Then just make sure vodka martinis are served at all the AA meetings. And make sure you get the contract to supply the olives and vermouth as well.

Hey! It’s not your fault! He’s the one drinkin’ ’em!

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Posted by dotti on 01/11/12 02:40 PM

Posted by Bobby7 on 01/11/12 02:05 PM
YO,

Jesus kicked out the MONEY-CHANGERS out of the Temple! Why? Go figure!

Do you want a solution to the world financial problem?

Do what Jesus did!

But make sure you CRUCIFY them & do not let them CRUCIFY you!

Its that simple!

They already have us carrying the cross out of the city–to further your analogy.

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Posted by dotti on 01/11/12 02:39 PM

Posted by alexsemen on 01/11/12 02:03 PM
Please read what Chomsky said about manipulations !

Could you please provide me a link?

BTW, I have a question about manipulations. I remember for months the markets were so volatile–wild swings within the day, 200 points or more. Commentators were saying that “retail investors” would not return to the market until that stabilized.

I have noted lately that the market will settle in at some point–today it was down 40-45 points–and stay there for hours.

A bit odd, don’t you think?

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Posted by dotti on 01/11/12 02:36 PM

Posted by alexsemen on 01/11/12 01:59 PM
DB: “As we have pointed out numerous times, the top men in Greece (and Ireland and Eastern Europe) were virtually bribed to bring their countries into the EU. This was done via a clever mechanism in which the Brussels bureaucrats determined the amount of funding that a given country needed to bring its economy in line with stronger economies such as Germany’s.”
I. EU funding : This was the perfect lie , brain-wash and manipulation with an infinite corruption( of course underground as it was the 5 millions of USA in the time of war against Serbia, when the Rumania Defense Minister has illegally received 2 million dollars( perfect corruption of USA via Tel-Aviv ) to open the territorial air-space of Romania to bestially attack a civilized country by the criminal NATO , the guardian of Deutsche Bank A.G. and others Rothschild’s Banks)
As result , later on it was NATO offered to Romania and the actual Banksters and IMF was insured to begin the financial genice in that country !
Those promised EU/Bruxelles funds where directed only with speculative actions, as well media covered other way then the official corruption ( see Bechtel + other 1200 cases of Western clients of Rotschilds Banks)and “syphonig”through Deutsche Bank , S.Generale , P.Bas and GS Banks, of those EU money( money rapt by fiscus from all of us ) they said to “develop” that country! Lies absolutely lies !
The Capitalist have Capital to fraud and corrupt everything !

Yep. Lies, fraud, corruption. Pretty well covers it.

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Posted by dotti on 01/11/12 02:35 PM

Posted by Abu Aardvark on 01/11/12 12:59 PM
“Greece Spends Bailout Money on Weapons!”
Click to view link

But hey, the ongoing German “boom” has to be preserved somehow, right?

Meanwhile … Oops!

Click to view link

Abu, thanks for the links. Weapons, eh?

I remember a few months back seeing a report that either Greece or Italy had just contracted to purchase a submarine from an American manufacturer. Don’t remember the details, but thought it was pretty smelly.

Don’t you just love how this gaming is going on? All these countries buying each other’s paper; buying each other’s products. Everything being done through the central banking system at tax payers’ expense.

Ain’t prosperity grand!

Don’t pay any attention to that man behind the curtain!!! Please… .

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Posted by gethky on 01/11/12 02:13 PM

To bailout a profligate debtor with yet more debt is the equivalent to serving vodka martinis at an AA meeting.

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Posted by Bobby7 on 01/11/12 02:05 PM

YO,

Jesus kicked out the MONEY-CHANGERS out of the Temple! Why? Go figure!

Do you want a solution to the world financial problem?

Do what Jesus did!

But make sure you CRUCIFY them & do not let them CRUCIFY you!

Its that simple!

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Posted by alexsemen on 01/11/12 02:03 PM

Posted by dotti on 01/11/12 11:37 AM
I think this article described the situation succinctly.

DB: “In any event, the money that went to these countries didn’t do what it was supposed to do. The economies were not stabilized. Public spending was not rationalized. Instead, absurd public works projects were embarked upon. And if they money was not wasted in this way – lining the pockets of certain local corporations and their owners – it was merely absconded with.

Today, the elites that pocketed these funds have apparently left power. They will not be prosecuted, for they held up their end of the bargain. They delivered their countries into the clutches of the EU. And now these countries are the EU’s – and the Eurocrats can do as they please. Which was the whole point.”

This has happened over and over. Dictators and other sorts of regimes (NOT EXCLUDING “DEMOCRACIES”) have borrowed money on behalf of the citizenry, obligating them. Bankers have gladly made what would otherwise be risky loans–knowing that in the end they would get repayment in one form or another.

“Disgusting” is the only word that i can come up with that describes what is going on in this world.

Early in the Greek crisis, there was an established meme: Greeks are a profligate people who are inclined to riot over any and every little discomfort. Followed by: austerity is the natural consequence of such profligate behavior and this austerity will (naturally) be imposed by technocrats who understand its necessity.

I don’t like feeling such disgust, but I refuse to take the blue pill.

I have little hope that the people of the world will be able to throw off the shackles of the Powers That Be. It is only through a collapse of some sort that we will be set free. And that will be temporary–only until the PTB are able to re-establish their power base. They cannot be destroyed–only temporarily disabled.

I am becoming convinced that JFK was assassinated primarily because of his actions against the Federal Reserve, and therefore against the PTB.

The point made by DB (one of today’s articles, I’m not sure which) that the PTB very skillfully rule through “democracy”, allowing their subjects to feel that they are in control. It is beyond clever.

Sorry. I seem to be rambling. I suppose it is venting of sorts. I just can’t get over the sense of revulsion and frustration, seeing the PTB so easily manipulate the world we all live in. You may retort that it’s not so easy for them with the Internet, but I don’t see droves of people realizing the truth. As long as the stock market continues to climb, the masses assume that everything is ok. After all, it does keep ascending, doesn’t it?

Please read what Chomsky said about manipulations !

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Posted by alexsemen on 01/11/12 01:59 PM

DB: “As we have pointed out numerous times, the top men in Greece (and Ireland and Eastern Europe) were virtually bribed to bring their countries into the EU. This was done via a clever mechanism in which the Brussels bureaucrats determined the amount of funding that a given country needed to bring its economy in line with stronger economies such as Germany’s.”
I. EU funding : This was the perfect lie , brain-wash and manipulation with an infinite corruption( of course underground as it was the 5 millions of USA in the time of war against Serbia, when the Rumania Defense Minister has illegally received 2 million dollars( perfect corruption of USA via Tel-Aviv ) to open the territorial air-space of Romania to bestially attack a civilized country by the criminal NATO , the guardian of Deutsche Bank A.G. and others Rothschild’s Banks)
As result , later on it was NATO offered to Romania and the actual Banksters and IMF was insured to begin the financial genice in that country !
Those promised EU/Bruxelles funds where directed only with speculative actions, as well media covered other way then the official corruption ( see Bechtel + other 1200 cases of Western clients of Rotschilds Banks)and “syphonig”through Deutsche Bank , S.Generale , P.Bas and GS Banks, of those EU money( money rapt by fiscus from all of us ) they said to “develop” that country! Lies absolutely lies !
The Capitalist have Capital to fraud and corrupt everything !

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Posted by Abu Aardvark on 01/11/12 12:59 PM

“Greece Spends Bailout Money on Weapons!”
Click to view link

But hey, the ongoing German “boom” has to be preserved somehow, right?

Meanwhile … Oops!

Click to view link

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Posted by steveg on 01/11/12 12:54 PM

I believe what we are seeing,was deliberately planned. The Moneychangers are in charge everywhere, and the politicians are political puppets who sell out their national sovereignty to unelected bankers. See links below:
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http://thedailybell.com/3482/Post-Admits-Austerity-Killing-Greece

Greece ….Help Greek

engelisligitazepa on 1 Jan 2012

With something left us optimistic for 2011 and we welcomed in 2012!

An unprecedented wave philhellenism has begun to spread to the Continent, where many people go to the Greek embassy to symbolically get Greek citizenship, in sympathy for those suffering caused in Greece the year goes …

“In a letter asked symbolically to get Greek citizenship and as a sign of solidarity with your country.” With these simple words of Mrs Catherine Ntempisi outlines the movement that developed in Europe where in the event philhellenism denounced the “dictatorship of the markets.”

The idea for mass applications is reflected in a document circulated on the Internet and has been translated into several languages. Joint request to converge, is the desire of Europeans to take and the Greek nationality as a practical, symbolic, solidarity to the suffering of the Greeks at the heart of the financial and fiscal crisis!

The text has been dubbed “The appeal of Nantes”, since in this city in France launched the initiative of solidarity to Greece with the slogan “I’m Greek” and although he started from France, has taken longer dimensions and other countries with the world seeking to obtain the Greek citizenship speaks to disrespect our country and they feel “Greek at heart”
TEXT SUPPORT
“We are outraged by the indignity to which subject Greek laos.Aganaktismenoi by the cowardice and lack of vision of Western governments against the dictatorship of financial markets … and outraged at the humiliation which is currently subject to the Greek people, shamelessly accused of profligacy and fraud, collectively indicated is as guilty without being able to aftouperaspistei, doomed to an endless rigor […]. no longer afford to see the new rich (1% of world population) to triumph, ignoring the true moral duty that mankind owes to the Greek nation, because it gave Europe the first seed of a direct democracy based just on the abolition of debts and the empowerment of citizens from their jobs, 2,500 years ago. ”

The application for the acquisition of Greek citizenship

“Your Excellency,

Solidarity with your country, he / signer / substance I personally counted as a Greek / Ida by heart and get the rights and obligations of those who have dual citizenship, to engage in this transnational ethnicity in order to make one global democracy freedom and equality, 25 centuries after Solon, Cleisthenes and Pericles. ”

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2 responses to “Post Admits Austerity ‘Killing’ Greece

  1. There is quite some discussion going over this quote of Henry Kissinger.

    ‘The Greek people are anarchic and difficult to tame. For this reason we must strike deep into their cultural roots: Perhaps then we can force them to conform. I mean, of course, to strike at their language, their religion, their cultural and historical reserves, so that we can neutralize their ability to develop, to distinguish themselves, or to prevail; thereby removing them as an obstacle to our strategically vital plans in the Balkans, the Mediterranean, and the Middle East.’

    Some say he didnt state it, some do. Here a discussion about it. Click to view link

    Still combining it will all the arms the current puppet government is buying me tends to believing it.

    http://thedailybell.com/3482/Post-Admits-Austerity-Killing-Greece

    Sunday, December 11, 2011
    The E.U. Debt Crisis,The Money Changers and Democracy
    The E.U. Debt Crisis,The Money Changers and Democracy
    By Stephen J. Gray

    Why all the fuss about the European Debt Crisis? It is all being taken care of by “respected” bankers. In fact, the E.U. Observer of December 8, 2011, had the headline: “EU to channel €150bn to IMF for its own rescue.” [1] Now isn’t that banking sleight of hand a nice money trick? A good magical solution with tax-payers dollars! Perhaps there will be a transfer or service fee included in the trans-action. After all, surely, it is good business practice to have a fee for moving financial dealings back and forth. The sub-prime mortgage fiasco is a good example where debt was sold back and forth to various financial institutions and fees charged. So, hopefully in this IMF money deal a banker will get a piece of the action, and it is all secured by taxpayers who are paying for it. Thank goodness for the taxpayers. No wonder some of them are rioting in the streets. But hey, they just don’t know how the financial system works. They pay and the bankers play with their money. One might call it a public private partnership; this free enterprise system is surely educational! Where would we be without the bankers?

    The bankers’ penchant for making money out of nothing is surely a “gift.” A CNBC article of November 30, 2011 headlined, “How Does Europe Borrow Dollars From the Fed?” said this: “Neither the dollars nor the Euros come from anywhere. They aren’t moved or debited from anywhere. They are invented right on the spot with a few taps on the key pad. And that’s all. There’s no printing press fired up to make new dollars or euros. This is sometimes called “fiat money.” But that makes it sound as if some command from a sovereign created the money. It’s really closer to “keyboard money,” since it is created by data entry in a computer.” [2] Wow, wouldn’t it be nice if we taxpayers could create money from our computer. Still, I guess taxpayers should be grateful they are in on this deal; they get to pay for it!

    Paying for bankers’ profligacy is the role of the people. It is called austerity, and it is imposed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) a cabal of unelected bankers who are financed by the taxpayers of various countries. It is quite a system, first the people pay for them then they are punished by them. It is a form of masochistic monetarism accepted by the puppet politicians of various countries who surrender their national sovereignty to the gods of greed. One bailed out banker was quoted as saying he was doing God’s work. If the God he was talking about was Mammon then surely that fits his work.

    “A crisis of economics has been turned into a crisis of democracy.”
    David Coates [3]

    Meanwhile, the work of saving the Euro continues. National sovereignty has been surrendered to technocrats, bureaucrats, bankers and the unelected. The Euro Observer of December 9, 2011 stated: “…almost all fiscal policy-making would be taken out of the hands of national assemblies and delivered up to European civil servants.” [4] The people are being betrayed by their puppet political “leaders.” Democracy has been ditched and political treason abounds. Referendums are refused and restrictions imposed. The crisis has been collectivized and bankers sanitized. The people are ignored and austerity is the final solution of the banking elite. A smell of fascism is in the air and the perverted money system is in the hands of the moneychangers who hold the power by appointment rather than by political approval by election or referendum. Democracy is dead in Europe slain by the banking elites. The quote below sums it up.

    “I think that the European Union, like the Soviet Union, cannot be democratized.”
    Vladimir Bukovsky

    Stephen J. Gray
    December 12, 2011.

    Endnotes:
    [1]http://euobserver.com/19/114553

    [2] http://www.cnbc.com/id/45492655/

    [3] http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-coates/banker-power-trumping-dem_b_1101305.html?ref=business&ir=Business

    [4] http://euobserver.com/19/114561
    ————————————————————————————–
    Links Worth Reading Below:
    Former Soviet Dissident Warns For EU Dictatorship
    http://www.brusselsjournal.com/node/865
    http://www.infowars.com/banker-coup-goldman-sachs-takes-over-europe/
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2011/dec/06/eurozone-shakeup-voting-rights-confidential-paper
    http://www.forbes.com/sites/face-to-face/2010/04/29/ecb-president-favors-global-governance/

    http://graysinfo.blogspot.com/2011/12/eu-debt-crisisthe-money-changers-and.html

  2. alektoros on 29 Dec 2011

    GREEKS PROTEST THE MARK OF THE BEAST 666

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    PROTESTS AGAINST GREEK ID CARDS…

    666 (Mark Of The Beast)

    JAN 1ST 2012

    Very interesting! – to use 6 as a drone. Otherwise – so much jazzy ambient cool!

    Faved this video nearly as much for the information in it as for the music.

    And you know what I think? Even though we as a society are so alert as to see 666 in an energy drink logo, I still think that when the time comes, the anti-Christ will roll right over us. Imagine such times in which this possibility is thinkable – our getting rolled over despite being alert. Yeah, that’s how desperately bad it’s gonna be.

    MB7electronic 1 week ago

    MB7electronic true …people need to at the least be aware of their surroundings..i think if we had more people aware.. it would be harder for the government to pull one over on us

    NuroMusic77 1 week ago

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