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Germany Made 100 Billion Euros from Greek Crisis

Here’s one more proof that the whole financial system is one big swindle.

The paper-based monetary system started with nothing, literally. It came into life just by virtue of an imposed agreement. Played with rosy promises, the whole system was put into action  with deliberately complex layers of paper shuffling and mind-numbing plethora of financial gobbledygook to cover its empty, shallow foundation.

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Greeks Defy Imperialist EU Bailout by Returning to Barter System

The Greeks are defying the British Empire dictated, one-sided bailout package as accepted by the Tsipras pseudo-Socialist government, by returning to the old cashless exchange of goods and services, i..e. bartering. This is obviously making the job harder for the local corporate Tsipras government by not being able to collect the necessary taxes to serve its imperial debt obligations.

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Europe’s Vindictive Privatization Plan for Greece

Eurozone leaders demanded that Greek public assets be transferred to a Treuhand-like fund – a fire-sale vehicle similar to the one used after the fall of the Berlin Wall to privatize quickly, at great financial loss, and with devastating effects on employment all of the vanishing East German state’s public property.

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Greek Parliament Capitulates to Germany / EU Lenders

Approximately $50 billion of Greek assets are to be sold out to obtain fiat liquidity in return. This is on top of the massive increase in tax rates and further reduction on its pension fund.

Even if all preconditions are to be followed this bailout agreement will never free Greece from its debt for the next 100 years because it is not designed to be so. This is a blatant raid on a sovereign economy.

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Cancel the Bailout! – Greeks Hit the Streets of Athens Again

It was unexpected when after the Greeks loudly said OXI, Alexis Tsipras instead acted as if he heard NAI [although, “nai” does sound more like Trojan “no”].

Now, the confused Greeks are hitting the streets once again. A deputy finance minister has also tendered her resignation from the government.

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Athenian Democracy vs. Neoliberal Gods

Tsipras is, of course, right; he had to call a referendum because the troika had delivered “an ultimatum towards Greek democracy and the Greek people.” Indeed, “an ultimatum at odds with the founding principles and values of Europe.”

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Treat or Traitors: Troika Sabotaging EU Economy

The Euro and dollar are neck in neck. Unemployment is rampant and many are facing the crisis of whether or not to leave the EU to find work. Some would say there’s been no recovery at all. Especially those who followed the trail of the Troika-a group meant to help the economy but might have destroyed it.

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Greece Threatens to Seize German Property For Unpaid WW2 Reparations

The Greek Revolution continues…

For at least two times in a row, the new Greek government were folding their cards against the EuroGroup powerplay only to stage a very uncomfortable counter-offensive against the Nazis who cannot escape from their horrid past.

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