Monday, January 26, 2015

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE



 Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE
Holy Shroud of Turin

  Powerful prayer to St. Michael the Archangel - video ~ link
AVE MARIA - by Helene Fischer - video ~ link
AVE MARIA by Mirusia Louwerse - video ~ link
  ORTHODOX CHERUBIM HYMN - video  ~ link  
AVE MARIA by Perry Como - video ~ link 

Pray for Peace

On the Road to the Third World War.    

Armageddon also means that the Second Coming of Christ is near. 



New York and New Jersey: Worst snowstorm in history - 3' of snow expected ~ link

Northeast residents were girding for a 'crippling and potentially historic' storm that could bury communities from northern New Jersey to southern Maine in up to 3 feet of snow.

Winter storm Juno was set to bring heavy snow, hurricane-strength winds and widespread coastal flooding starting on Monday and through Tuesday.

Will Spain be the next to scrap austerity after Greece? ~ link ~ Let's hope so.  Tell the thieving global bankster crooks to 'go to hell'.  Better yet, start filing criminal charges against the top banksters and the families who profit from their acts!!!  Stirling   

Greek "leftist" Tsipras sworn in as PM to fight bailout terms ~ link ~ The mainstream news media has to label people, especially those they don't link, as leftist or right wing or far right wing or far left wing.  The MSM prefers simply descriptions rather than a real description of them and what they stand for.   Stirling    

Greek left-wing leader Alexis Tsipras was sworn in on Monday as the prime minister of a new hardline, anti-bailout government determined to face down international lenders and end nearly five years of tough economic measures.

The decisive victory by Tsipras' Syriza in Sunday's snap election reignites fears of new financial troubles in the country that set off the regional crisis in 2009. It is also the first time a member of the 19-nation euro zone will be led by parties rejecting German-backed austerity.

Alexis Tsipras sworn in Prime Minister ~ link ~ link ~ link
In an open-necked blue shirt and with a broad smile, the charismatic left-wing radical Alexis Tsipras was sworn in as Greece's new prime minister on Monday afternoon, after his Syriza party did a controversial coalition deal with the Greek Independents.

Tsipras, who has joked he won't wear a neck-tie until a debt reduction deal is in place, looked confident as he strolled into the Greek presidential palace, but as his hands took the Mont Blanc fountain pen to sign his name into the official mandate, the camera honed in on the faintest of trembles.

Greece Turns as Europe Wobbles ~ link ~

SYRIZA'S unequivocal victory in Sunday's Greek elections reverberated all over Europe. It had been widely assumed that the left-wing populists and their charismatic young leader, Alexis Tsipras (pictured), would win a plurality of the votes, but the margin of victory was at the high end of expectations. In other European countries, Syriza's win gave inspiration to populist anti-austerity parties on the left and right. European governments, meanwhile, issued diplomatic congratulations to the victors, while quietly worrying that the deals struck during years of negotiations, to rescue Greece from default and keep it in the euro zone, will now be torn open.

Syriza's winning margin over the incumbent New Democracy party of Antonis Samaras fell just short of an outright governing majority. Including the 50-seat bonus which Greek election rules grant to the party with the largest share of the vote, Syriza mustered 149 seats in the 300-member parliament. Mr Tsipras moved swiftly to consolidate his victory. On Monday morning he launched coalition talks with an unlikely but willing candidate: Panos Kammenos, the leader of the Independent Greeks, a small right-wing party. Mr Kammenos quickly announced that the two parties had struck a deal. Although opposed to Syriza in their overall ideology, the right-wing Independent Greeks share Syriza's antipathy to the terms of Greece's bail-out, and its attendant dose of stringent government austerity.

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