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Friday, February 10, 2012

It's All Greek to Me Pt. 2 - Austerrorizing the Greeks into destitution

From Russia Today TV: DISASTER IN THE MAKING: IMF Recipe leads Greeks to Starvation

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Greek politicians' last minute agreement on fresh austerity plans hasn't exactly been greeted with open arms. A 48-hour strike has been called by the country's two major labour unions. And Eurozone member states say they will put even more conditions on Greece before handing over a second bailout. The journalist Stylianos Chrysostomidis says the situation in the country is deteriorating and the consequences could be dangerous. Robert Oulds - chair of the London based think-tank Bruges Group, believes that it's the European currency itself pushing Greece to the edge.

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1 comment:

  1. Mobile device manufacturers could set up labour camps where people with no means of feeding themselves could go to be housed and fed. They could work twelve hour shifts, no talking, then sleep twelve hours to recover. This would be a win win humanitarian operation where people with money would feel obligated to buy the latest and greatest electronics to support employment. The Greeks would starve otherwise so they are actually better off this way and should be grateful. Modern labour camps wouldn't look like labour camps. Everything is modern and new with running water and good bathrooms. Nobody dies of infectous disease or starves to death. No reason to bulldoze together dead bodies for burial in mass graves or mass cremations. All the benefits without the holocaust. The Aryan race are the consumers and the inferior whites are the hewers of wood and carriers of water. Blacks and Asians are to be exterminated. That's where they'll have their real holocaust. The Germans however have made themselves looks like the victims. They are about the only western country that didn't deindustrialise and now they have to pay for their Fourth Reich. Did they think they could have it for free?