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Take it to the People – make it a WAR cRy!
by baz Tuesday, Nov 1 2011, 11:43pm
international / social/political / commentary

Globalist elites via the Pope (on this occasion) are calling for the establishment of a Central World Bank to more effectively deal with pesky Democrats like the Greek PM, George Papandreou, who decided to take the issue of imposed austerity programs to the Greek people in a DEMOCRATIC REFERENDUM -- a move that has infuriated banker controlled Western European leaders, surely the Greek PM should be aware that there is no room for real democracy in Europe today.

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This latest, desperate, comical announcement from a hypocritical 'religious' leader, only highlights the fact that responsibility for the Greek national debt falls squarely on the Banks that irresponsibly continued to lend money to Greece when it had no hope of servicing the burgeoning debt -- the failure is with the BANKS, not with the people of Greece.

Short term 'cocaine thinking' and unbridled avarice ruled the day however, and instead of accepting responsibility for THEIR actions, as we were all taught as infants, bankers, in a pathologically characteristic infantile manner, are unsuccessfully attempting to shift responsibility onto others!

Allow me to express the Greek response in common parlance, NO FUCKIN’ WAY! We support our Greek brothers and sisters in their pursuit of an egalitarian, democratic society, LONG LIVE real Representative DEMOCRACY!

The cause of ALL (make no mistake) of our current economic woes is the Central Reserve Banking system and corporatist globalism, which allowed a toxic debt infection to spread from Wall St to the entire world.

We are witnessing the results of failed centralism today, I hope all the poofs in the Vatican are reading this. Elites tried globalism and deregulated banking and it FAILED in their/our faces.

The solution is abundantly clear; establish SOVEREIGN NATIONAL and regional BANKS and dump the ‘toilet paper greenback’ as the default world currency; re-establish the gold or another standard that is weighted across numerous leading economies -- which prevents any single nation (USA) abusing the situation -- AND HOLD ALL KNOWN CRIMINAL BANKERS and Transnational Corporatists to ACCOUNT for FRAUD, criminal deception and criminal exploitation.

It is abundantly clear today that Banking and Corporatist social PARASITES are responsible for most, if not all, the world’s economic woes and social unrest, frankly, hanging is too good for them. I recommend ‘waterboarding’ on a regular basis until full confessions are extracted – after all, it’s legal in the USA, isn’t it Uncle Dick?

It is TIME to DEMAND that our PUPPET politicians, currently in the service of minority elites, follow Democratic Principles or pay the PRICE for their TRAITOROUS and treasonous behaviour – are you reading this Juliar Gillard, you reprehensible Carbon Tax Banker bitch and Corporatist whore?

Take note puppet politicians everywhere, you will ALL answer to the PEOPLE soon enough – ‘you cannot serve two masters!’

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Greece gets ultimatum from EU and IMF
by David Gow via fleet - The Guardian UK Wednesday, Nov 2 2011, 11:16pm

The IMF and EU threaten to withhold €8bn of aid following the Greek prime minister's pledge to hold a referendum on imposed austerity measures.

Greece has been given an ultimatum that it will get no more money from the European Union and International Monetary Fund until its people have voted to accept the austerity measures demanded by the bailout package.

The latest tranche of bailout aid, worth €8bn (£7bn) and agreed just two weeks ago, is seen as vital for ensuring that Greek public sector workers can continue to be paid. But it will now be delayed until after the country decides in a referendum whether it accepts the new rescue package or even wants to stay in the euro.

The threat to send Greece closer to bankruptcy emerged on the margins of the G20 summit in Cannes – due to start on Thursday – and follows a blunt warning from Jean-Claude Juncker, chairman of the eurogroup, that the sixth tranche of the original €110bn bailout was now in jeopardy.

Speaking after the bombshell decision of Greek prime minister, George Papandreou, to hold a referendum, Juncker, Luxembourg's veteran prime minister, asked: "Can we under these conditions pay out the sixth tranche, the €8bn, that we decided upon two weeks ago when we don't know whether the Greeks still agree with what was agreed?"

The €8bn was due to be paid in mid-November but German officials are suggesting that Greece – which has €360bn debts and GDP of just €220bn – can survive until mid-December without the payment. The likely dates for the referendum are thought to be 5 or 12 December.

The IMF board had yet to endorse the payout of the sixth tranche, but it is now thought that meetings of both the 17-strong eurogroup of finance ministers and the broader EU group including non-eurozone ministers could formally decide to withhold payment early next week in Brussels.

However, there remains doubt whether the referendum will ever be held, given the fragile hold on power that Papandreou has before Friday's confidence vote on his government. There is also confusion about what exactly the Greek public will be asked. Some suggest the vote will only be on the bailout package, while others claim it will be on membership of the EU.

Stockmarkets have regained some composure after Tuesday's sell-off, but EU officials are angry that Papandreou's action has guaranteed weeks, if not months, of political uncertainty and market volatility. France's prime minister, François Fillon, told his parliament: "Europe cannot be kept waiting for weeks for the outcome of the referendum. The Greeks must say quickly and without ambiguity whether they choose to keep their place in the eurozone or not".

© 2011 Guardian News and Media Limited

[Ridiculous!

The simple solution for Greece, if threatened, is to simply default on ALL external Banker debt and return to the drachma -- the first issue would of course have the likeness of Alexander the Great on the commemorative GOLD and SILVER coins! Do we have a response from Central bankers or Bernanke yet? The people would shove it down your stinking throats, this is EUROPE not America. I'd tread VERY CAREFULLY if I were you, you are all approaching social tipping point (EVERYWHERE) how very sweet it is!

You're damned if you do and damned if you don't, it's called retribution, arseholes. We can't thank you enough for doing all the heavy lifting, MORONS!]


 
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