Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Lord Stirling's News Blog Europe


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Orthodox Cherubim Hymn - video ~ link 


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Occupy Together site ~ link 
Seven core demands:
1) End the Collusion Between Government and Large Corporations/Banks, So That Our Elected Leaders Are Actually Representing the Interests of the People (the 99%) and Not Just Their Rich Donors (the 1%).
2) Investigate Wall Street and Hold Senior Executives Accountable for the Destruction in Wealth that has Devastated Millions of People.
3) Return the Power of Coining Money to the U.S. Treasury and Return to Sound Money, End the Fed
4) Limit the Size, Scope and Power of Banks so that None are Ever Again “Too Big to Fail” and in Need to Taxpayer Bailouts
5) Eliminate “Personhood” Legal Status for Corporations
6) Repeal the Patriot Act, End the War on Drugs and Protect Civil Liberties
7) End All Imperial Wars of Aggression, Bring the Troops Home from All Countries, Cut the Military Budget and Limit The Military Role to Protection of the Homeland
 

Global Revolution - Livestream - live video - Occupy Wall Street - Occupy the World - with streaming updates ~ link 



False Flag Terrorism Hits Europe ~ link
 

The Federal Reserve - THE EIGHT FAMILIES ~ link


Japan: Victim of Scalar Warfare Attack by Lord Stirling ~ link   


Finding Order in the Orwellian Chaos ~ link ~ This is an excellent article that I strongly recommend.  Stirling    


Latest Satellite Surface Current Forecast for North Atlantic - Loop Current - Gulf Stream ~ link


Latest Satellite Sea Surface Temperature for North Atlantic - Loop Current - Gulf Stream ~ link    


Current status of the Gulf Stream ~ link 


General Middle East War Nears - Syrian events more dangerous than even nuclear nightmare in Japan ~ link 

 
What a War against Syria and Iran will be like - A collection of articles by Lord Stirling ~ link
 

Revolutions in North Africa and the Middle East - Who Really Benefits?  
Will they continue to spread throughout the world in the wake of global food shortages, global depression, and Austerity Fascism?  by Lord Stirling ~ link 


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Is Greece on verge of revolution or military coup?  Greece crisis deepens: Military chiefs fired by Prime Minister ~ link ~ Or has the Prime Minister finally grown a set of balls and decided to take on the Global Banking Cartel and decided that he needed loyal generals in charge of the Armed Forces?  Stirling     

The beleaguered Greek government shocked its nation - and Europe - for a second consecutive night by sacking the all its defence chiefs for no clear reason. 

After yesterday's stunning news that it would put the hard-fought euro bail-out deal to a referendum that its population is very likely to reject, financial markets around the world tumbled. 



 

Debt Crisis: Live from The Telegraph in London ~ link ~ 21.00 Despite a Greek official claiming earlier this evening that the government was about to collapse, it's still standing.

Papandreou held an emergency cabinet meeting tonight but there have been no announcements - unless you count the sacking of a handful of top military officials.
The heads of the general staff, the army, navy and airforce were all replaced, and a dozen army and navy officers were also discharged. But sources have said that this was already planned and nothing to do with the eurozone developments. 





Greek Government on brink as referendum call triggers market slump ~ link ~ The Greek government appears to be on the point of collapse after prime minister George Papandreou's call for a referendum on Greece's massive bailout triggered a sell-off on world stock markets.
Papandreou's move caught European leaders and even Greece's finance minister Evangelos Venizelos – Papandreou's deputy – by surprise. Venizelos has been checked into a clinic suffering stomach pains.




Papandreou's Power Weakens As Lawmakers Rebel ~ link ~ Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou’s grip on power weakened before a confidence vote later this week as his decision to call a referendum on a new bailout package provoked a lawmaker rebellion.


Milena Apostolaki said she will defect from Papandreou’s socialist Pasok party. With Kerdos newspaper reporting that Eva Kaili will also abandon Pasok, Papandreou would only control 151 seats in the 300-seat chamber. Six members of the party called on the premier to resign in a joint letter, Athens News Agency said today. Ministers are due to meet this evening. 




Greek Government 'on verge of imploding' ~ link ~ But the gambit backfired when a former deputy minister defected, reducing the ruling party's majority in the 300-seat parliament to 152 deputies.

Moments later, the head of parliament's economic affairs committee Vasso Papandreou called for an early ballot and a temporary unity government to "safeguard" the EU deal agreed last week to slash Greece's huge debt by nearly a third.



European Banks Sink On Greek Vote Bombshell ~ link ~ French banks and other lenders exposed to Greece and other weak euro zone countries slumped on Tuesday after Greece's leader said he would put a bailout plan to a referendum, raising the risk of a disorderly default.






Greece's Papandreou in crisis talks over bailout revolt ~ link ~ As the latest crisis unfolded, it was announced that Mr Papandreou would meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy along with leaders of the EU, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and eurozone leaders on the fringes of the G20 summit in Cannes on Wednesday.

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