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Saturday, June 27, 2015




Greece: Vote “NO” on June 30th Referendum!
Not One Euro will go to the Greek People but to the Indifferent, Greedy Creditors—French and German Banks!
Once again, people around the world are confronted by the interest of the ordinary citizen versus the financial interests of opportunistic, voracious international banks which have zero interest in helping Greek citizens.
Greece, if you vote to remain in the EU, you will be basically throwing your hard earned money away to some corporate French/German bankers who have not one iota of interest in your collective welfare. Therefore, voting “NO” will afford you citizens of the once great civilization a new chance to re-start your economy on a parity with your growth and income stream. “NO” means that the future belongs to every single Greek man, woman and child. If you allow yourselves to be controlled by fancy titles of ersatz institutions like the European Economic Commission or the International Monetary Fund [America’s Investment Banking arm]; then you remain in political/financial servitude; constantly replenishing the bottomless pit of money that was originally owed to the private bankers who had taken a  risk on Greece---and lost! That is the essence of your vote on June 30th, 2015. 


“No” means freedom and a future opportunity to start all over again in a fashion that will be consistent with your particular live styles. A “Yes” vote will bind you in perpetuity to a highly contrived financial system that benefits not one Greek citizen. This vote will only line the pockets of the bankers who did what they do best--- loan out money with quantifiable risks. The Greek risk of default was always there. Since my last blog where I pointed out that as far as these fancy named meaningless financial institutions are concerned—Greece is already in ‘technical default’. I will repeat that term because the bankers knew that this had been the case for close to a decade yet they want to CYA [cover their ass] on the balance sheet so they don’t appear as reckless and stupid as they really have been.  

In a way, Greece will be making history. It will be the first country to officially exit the nonsensical Euro which was set up to enforce the French Magical Thinking that post-WWII, France could contain the growth of a dynamic Germany.  At best this was a fantasy.  At worse, it was a complete state of self-delusion; a psychological dynamic characteristic of the French since Napoleon Buonaparte, a Corsican who tried to make France a Revolutionary Empire. It failed and so did France. Now France can barely lift its economic head from the internal discords harping throughout Lyons, Paris, and Toulouse. France, as a financial entity is, at best a basket case; at worse it is a museum to be visited on a tour of the other failing states.
Greece could be the new leader of an onslaught of other countries which will probably exit the Euro right after they do; Italy, Portugal, and Spain. The reason is that these countries also want their own printing press to determine their liquidity and not be beholden to some faceless German banker in Frankfurt.
Times change is here. It is a simple choice --- “NO”—means freedom and self-determination. That is the course for which many brave Greeks fought during WWII and the post-war Communist Regime. Don’t forget the bravery of those Greeks who literally gave their lives for the right for you all to determine your respective freedoms.

“Ephristo”! Thank you !
 

23 comments:

  1. Yes, from all countries around world Greece always had best relationship with USA, why should Germany or France be anything there.
    All south European countries see USA as Western Roman Empire, while Germans were never part of Roman Empire, and French always are supporting Serbs and Russians. Germans because they are very unsecure as people they are very arrogant. Who can like that.
    Everyone in southern and eastern Europe wants direct relationship with USA. Centre of NATO should move east, to Vienna. Or we can make steroid sub NATO version just with C E Europan countries. Who cares about others, yes, Germany can give us techology and goodies but they should try not to act like they feed us. Yes we need german police force on our streets and judicial system, but USA should explain tham we, US mercenaries from Easten central Europe are real Defenders of Faith, and real shock force for USA, not them. Germans should be allowed to be at our dispossal by the will of USA, or we from eastarn central Europe will listen to USA and teach Germans how to behave. We were always good merceneries. Even Austrians would support that.

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    1. EURO is project of those without projects, of those from NW, who would like to sleep and suck those below, because they live in fanasy land and game is going east folks... EURO is economy from year 1910. Yes France is living in fantasy land.

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    2. France is loosing that position to keep Germany, now WE are going to have that job. Thank you USA.

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  2. Here we have noble Greek minister Varoufakis and his mentor and teacher, a real american patriot Professor Wolff. Great promoter of workplace democracy, of our economic future...
    Thank you america once again...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fc-iYzniEXM

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    1. Video 3of3 is telling everything.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1VEtkYDukM

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  3. Absolutely, they should get some Christmas Lights and hang them on the Parthenon spelling ' Fuck Off Banksters!' Having your own printing press is great, I remember seeing an interview when your then head of the Federal Reserve said 'it's OK we will just print some more money', the interviewers thought he must be joking...he was not.

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    1. well they learned one part of lesson in 1930es, just not enough, we will teach them that people need also bail out... not just them...

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  4. Now about this muslim liberator, when i heard this news i felt so sorry for poor people killed there. And so happy for people working in domestic tourism here.
    BUT BUT BUT... by reading from betweens lines ... it was noticeable that this beach was beach owned by rich pink skinned germanic capitalist and surrounded by barb wire, and protected by military paid by domestic poor so rich owner can have his pinked skinned low class slaves relaxed). Also domestic people were not allowed in.
    Good job... My opinion about muslim is going higher. Coast is public domain, and private beaches cannot exit anywhere. Tunis after this could finally have some economic recovery when rich foreign capitalists decide to go back home. If you have to many rich capable capitalists that means that others around them will have less money, because they are very good in collecting money.

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    1. That is why it is important to be socialist ready and to have all domestic rich, dead, and workers educated to take those hotels when those pinky skinned germaniacs run away. You just perform more of those coordinated liberation acts and capitalists have to leave. Look Somalia.
      Later on such hotels can fill those hotels with Chinese. We could liberate whole Mediterranean sea this way. And west could not blame Chinese communist party that they are exporting revolution. Real private initiative. Same how capitalists like their small entrepreneurs.

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3141676/Calm-stroll-beach-killer-Chilling-pictures-AK47-wielding-ISIS-maniac-walking-past-inflatables-water-s-edge-horrified-onlookers-watch-safe-distance.html

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  5. Time to trade the entire greek debt for one souvlaki combo plate and consider the whole matter settled. But what do I know?

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  6. Or in the tradition of ISIS, dismantle the Parthenon and sell one inch squares on ebay to the highest bidders, I'm sure this will keep the banksters at bay for a while.

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  7. Better yet have the banks subcontract out the demolition of the Parthenon to ISIS, (cheaper that way), then send the bill from the no bid contract to the greek tax payers, then bottle and sell the rubble on ebay, Much better plan, in keeping with banking tradition.

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  8. And then have Obama require that Americans buy it under some fair trade agreement that he negotiates in secret.

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    1. no no no, you are good... that is it, just they need young, i am also too old from them, if you are over 30 and after you worked for them 7 years, you are oversused... one my friend i was playing soccer with him was working for them, he told us how he took photo shoot with Dick Cheney when he graduated, how they liked him because he was good with numbers... he was also overwokred but he earned so much he was so rich that he even had time to play soccer with us... i guess you must be good with number especially in adding zeros without fear, to have such chance in life, but you must be very bad in mathematical operations and equations if you want to be big... he now works in london for same company...

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    2. babylon also had good wizards class, and i am not saying that is stupid (because i do not know what they are doing), i am just saying that majority around them just have less....

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  10. Dr Steve, It looks like the collapse of Greece was all part of the overall plan like this following article reveals!:::"Freemason Revealed Greek Plot in 2008"
    http://www.henrymakow.com/the_secret_solution_to_greece.html

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    1. You really think that those stingy capitalists are going to be able to have such level of solidarity with anyone... Yes they will talk about European funds, European army, European minimum wage... But truth is what is happening in newspaper, EU is stingy garmaniac northern project of USA, UK and Germaniac supremecy, toward those who were so stupid and naive to believe them. Few countries on south. But they are so weak and poor and stingy (bankrupt) they cannot even hold Greece, and their only colonial possesion is South and Central Europe and they are so proud and stupid that they really think that in liberal capitalism someone really cannot without them.

      Fascism could not go with armies (racial theories) first time, at first litte more organised defense around Moscow 1941, Germans were stopped, offensive was canceled, all German generals told Hitler to retreat on to borders and explain to Stalin that is was misscalculation caused because of other powers. Now this is same with money and corporations (they cannot move even one step more because they are unable to be good and introduce workers self-management)...

      Thier fascists coorporations and all money they have must go down. How stupid you must be to believe your own propaganda, they are really so stupid that they believe that their money what they earned is their :)), stupid kids :))

      Ron Paul is so evil and stupid person that he even want that his money is "sound money", meaning that his money goes up in value while he sleeps. Economy could work if negative interest rates would be around 20% per year, and cash forbidden, so that they must hold money on bank where they would take 20% from there. For instance you put money on to bank (mandatory), (cash forbidden), every year you have 20% taken away, plus that what got left is taxed by 96% if you have more than 440,000$ left. But do you really think those stingy evil germanic capitalists would do that... Fascist were so stingy that they did not even had winter boots in front of Moscow and Hitler gave order to switch to war economy only in 1942.

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    2. Those evil russian capitalists at least must listen to evil Emperor Putin. He gave order that in Donetsk Peoples Republic they must nationalize banks, also one evil oligarch had to fund pension funds for April there. Who is that King on west, here is rat party, just melting cake is bigger.

      Consumer capitalism could have go against state capitalism in cold war, but liberal capitalism is unable for that. 100% impossible.

      Germans are most delusional of all, they are real kamikaze, they are funding liberal capitalism around them self but at home they are going state capitalism 100%, and they think when we boycot german goods and Euro that they will surrvive more than 10 days.
      We can won trade war with Germany in 4 days. Imagine starved Germans thinking that everyone must have their super quality products while electing nazi parties sourounded there on those plains without sea. :) They will again become armed refugees:)

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    3. On other hand maybe you are right heyhey1956, look those tweets by Tsipras :))

      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/06/24/greece-debt-talks_n_7652964.html?cps=gravity_2684_-21676731434704124

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    4. nah, they are just too stingy and proud, they must go down, they are too damn stupid to take all... they are like negro in Escallade, they think that they are greedy, i am 100 times more greedy, and they are street lemonade sellers... ...they are out of focus pedophile intenational, barbaric pagan slaves...
      imagine negro cotton picker in space shuttle...

      http://henrymakow.com/130402.html

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  11. The Germans have paid dearly for this debacle.

    The Euro was always a bad idea because control over a nation's currency and money supply is a vital national interest. The creation of the Euro was based on eco-psuedo science that money supply doesn't matter and that all money increases should be the same from country to country....LOL...just another laughable bit of garbage from "economists" such as "free trade benefits everyone" and all their other unprovern unscientific blather....

    As for the Greek debt it's simple. Just take all the debt and reduce the interest down to 3% regardless of markets. Make out a schedule for repayment of principle over fourty years...big deal.

    Now remember that the US and England have debts much bigger than Greece, and Japan's debt is colossal also.

    The US gets away with doing what the Greeks are being condemned for.

    But yes, by all means get rid of the Euro, and free trade.

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