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 !