Cuts Leads To Athens Riots As Deficit Increases

March 5, 2010


3 Responses to “Cuts Leads To Athens Riots As Deficit Increases”

  1. r beadle on March 5th, 2010 3:13 pm

    i sympathise with the people of Greece , i feel the people are being victimized and suffering for the corrupt government , i don’t think all the blame should be pup on the government . i think the real engineers of Greece’s economy is the private central banks , as they control the economy by supply of credit . these private central banks can manipulate economies and influence decisions made by politicians . the banks have a conflict of interest usually 30-40% and by bankrupting a country by cutting off credit , they can simply buy up that countries assets at rock bottom . its theft by deception . although i don’t agree with violence sometimes its the only resort and last resort . what do governments do like the usa when dialog fail ? they go in all guns blazing and take over the country .

  2. r beadle on March 5th, 2010 3:19 pm

    there’s nothing democratic about private central banks who charge 30-40% interest on government lending . these banks are not answerable to an electorate as they are private businesses . you must stand firm and don’t bend to the tyranny of the private banks . without the peoples cooperation the banks cannot survive . you must use peaceful demonstration only otherwise they will be trouble . do not give greece to any nation , greece belongs to the greeks .

  3. Blah on March 5th, 2010 5:09 pm

    Maybe we should sell Rhode Island or a similar small state to the Chinese since they have us by the balls(US deficit at $13.5 trillion plus huse trade deficit). Better yet stop outsourcing and stop the fleecing of America. Most speculators(aka Wall Street) should stop bi*ching about Greece or EU and take a look at the own mess. Brits should do the same since their debt for 2010 will hit 13.5 of GDP.

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