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The Federal Reserve - THE EIGHT FAMILIES ~ link
Finding Order in the Orwellian Chaos ~ link ~ This is an excellent article that I strongly recommend. Stirling
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What's behind the global bankers' austerity programs: Seizure of Public Property for Corporations ~ link ~ First they steal everything not nailed down. Now they are stealing what's left including that which is nailed down. Stirling
Merkel softens stance on bailout ~ link ~ She was almost killed in the helicopter crash, along with some of her people, and 39 people are dead and hundreds critically ill from the Advanced Biowar E.coli attack. Yep, she has 'softened her stance' and the globalist banksters win again. However, there is still the matter of the 'mad as hell' Greek people and they have woken up to just who is behind this nightmare. Stirling
Without continued funding, Greece will default on its massive debts, which would have widespread ramifications for the global economy as well as the eurozone.
Meanwhile, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy is meeting Ireland's prime minister today to discuss how to contain the "risk of contagion" from the crisis.
Greek PM makes rival finance chief to shore up support ~ link ~ This is support in his party, not among the Greek masses. Stirling
"Orderly Default" - Liars lexicon ~ link ~ When the banks and pundits say orderly, they mean orderly for the banks. Not orderly for Greece or the Greeks or the Portuguese or Irish.
Greece is going to default. Everyone finally admits this after denying it vehemently. The simple fact is that the Greek economy is not growing fast enough to have any hope of even keeping pace with their debts and the interest on them. Their debts are accumulating faster than their economy is growing. In fact the Greek economy is hardly growing at all – less than 1% at best.
So the ‘orderly’ plan is to give Greece loans to extend the time before the mathematics of compound interest and a contracting economy catch up with them. In this time the plan is to pay off lumps of the principle by selling organs. Organs of the state; a port here, a phone system there. The fisherman sells his boat and his net to clear his debts. And then what? Well then he is fodder for the wage pool and the loan shark.
I think the answer is that for as long as the ‘orderly default’ plan can be enforced upon the Greeks it provides the banks with the delicious prospect of asset stripping an entire nation.
Because that is exaclty what is going on in Greece . What the ‘orderly’ default provides is a window of opportunity when predatory financial players can strip Greece and in future maybe Portugal and Ireland as well, of everything the banks could never get their hands on in any other circumstance.
BBC journalist makes astonishing admission that Greek people have lost faith in mainstream media ~ link ~ But a new situation is emerging: Greek people I have spoken to are beginning to express things in terms of nation and sovereignty – and this makes the Greek situation different, for now, to Ireland and Portugal.