A Whiff of Real Democracy
by dasha Thursday, Nov 17 2011, 8:50am
international / social/political / commentary
For a very brief moment, the world got a passing whiff of real democracy but it was only a tantalising taste of hope. Greek PM, George Papandreou, under huge pressure from Europe's Central Bankers to impose severe austerity measures on his nation, threatened to take the issue to the people of Greece in a real democratic referendum. Well, Banking and Financial elites nearly died of shock.
If one nation was seen to exercise real democracy and implement the wishes of the majority of citizens then it might become contagious and the entire world might demand freedom from economic tyranny and banker imposed debt slavery. Papandreou had to be eliminated and replaced immediately to maintain minority elite rule -- God forbid that real democracy and freedom should displace the fake product sold to the unaware masses.
The Greek PM was forced out of office soon after threatening to resort to real democracy in order to solve a problem for the nation. However, before being unceremoniously turfed from office, Papaendreou succeeded in frightening bankers to the point that they no longer trusted the puppets and proxies they placed in power.
In an unprecedented move shadowy elitists broke cover and emerged from the shadows.
The replacement Greek PM is a former Central Banker and member of Rockefellerís Trilateral Commission and those creds are as elite as they come, but it doesn't stop there:
Big Time Banksters Come Marching InYep, it's all verifiable; those skeptics that required proof of the existence of a banker cabal now have it. And once the genii is out of the bottle its almost impossible to get it back in.
Here's what you need to know about the current crisis in the Eurozone. The big time banksters are getting direct hands on control:
Mario Drgahi has become president of the European Central Bank as of November 1. He was vice chairman and managing director of Goldman Sachs International and a member of the firm-wide management committee. He was the Italian Executive Director at the World Bank. He has been a Fellow of the Institute of Politics at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
Lucas Papademos takes over today as Prime Miinster of Greece. He was an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. He was a visiting professor of public policy at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. And, he was previously a vice president of the European Central Bank. He has been a member of the Trilateral Commission since 1998.
Indications are that Mario Monti will succeed Silvio Berlusconi as prime minister of Italy, within days. Monti completed graduate studies at Yale University, where he studied under James Tobin (see the Tobin Tax). He is a member of the European Commission. He is European Chairman of the Trilateral Commission and and member of the Bilderberg Group.
If you get the sense that the elitist banksters are going to take this financial crisis and push it in whatever direction they want, you are probably very right.