18 Responses to Greece entering final death spiral as explusion from EU looms

  1. olivia says:

    This is so UGLY. They see that their puppets in the greek governement, including that unelected technocrat they placed to head that group of thieves and cowards are bowing big time to any of their “commands”, and now they blackmail again…i mean how much more does the poor and moderate Greek have to suffer to bail out their banks???? And as of solidarity, germany is happy when the greeks buy their submarines n all the rest…apparently it is even a mandate in the bail out scheme that they have not to sale NOT only their national assets at deploring price but also buy more military ” equipment”. Let me warn the Germans not to come near Greece for a very long time. They can go and grab some sunshine in Turkey. There is no place for the 4th Reich in hospitable and democratic Greece. AUS to Germany , the banksters and the IMF.
    Coming soon to your countries too, Greece was just their lab….


  2. NickK0 says:

    According to what I heard on the radio this morning, the Greek ministers showed up at the latest ‘Euro’ meeting, “without any specific details” on how they were going to meet the remainder of the budgetary plan.

    Maybe that is because, they DON’T HAVE any more places to cut the budget ??
    Have the banks and the other Euro members considered that ?


    • I don’t think they care. They lent to loan for the party, supplied the liquor…and left Greece broke and dealing with the hangover. It’s only the first domino to fall. Buckle your seatbelts, it’s going to be a long hot summer.


      • justMEInT says:

        ALvin if Greece were to declare bankrupsy (?sp) and were ousted from the EU would that be such a bad thing? This EU monster has how many heads? It has gotten to big for its own boots and could well do with being brought down a notch or three.


      • 7% negative recessive growth is a depressionary spiral for a large economy. We should worry about the domino effect. Spain’s unemployment is the highest in Europe and petro prices are already higher in Europe than they are in the U.S., Canada or Mexico, without a conflict in the Middle East. Oil would easily tripple and gas would hit $10-12 a gallon in the U.S. Throw in the scarity of food, transportation disruptions, and then pharmaceuticals which depends heavily on refined petroleum- and you got all the makings of a nightmare. Italy could be the next domino after Greece, its banks are heavily leveraged, and then Spain, France, the UK and so on…and before we know it; we’ll be in a global depression since countries trade and swap bonds and loans between them and finanical institutions and banks hold the outstanding loans and CDS contracts. I think it will be an unmittigated disaster that will have far-reaching consequences all around the world. These international bankers are playing a very dangerous game with a fiat money supply that has no real intrinsic value and therefore if it has no ceiling; that means it also has no bottom.


  3. Jdubb says:

    Greece needs to pull out themselves and give the eu the finger in the process


  4. dannrivera says:

    have they emptied Greeks Treasury of its gold? time to move on . . .


  5. tonic says:

    I tuned into an Irish radio station a few months ago. It was broadcast from Dublin airport. Young people, and young families had no choice only to leave the country. Parents and grandparents were saying goodbye. It was heartbreaking to listen to.
    There is so much hardship and tears underlying all this, and it is difficult to see where it all ends.


  6. Tim says:

    Exclusive: Clinton in talks about possible move to World Bank
    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been in discussions with the White House about leaving her job next year to become head of the World Bank, sources familiar with the discussions said on Thursday.


    I think a lot of Americans have no clue what’s down this twisted road. Oil is traded in U.S. Dollars which gives the U.S. a ginormous advantage over all the other countries. All the U.S. has to do is print more money – no other country can print U.S. Dollars. I think this will change very soon and American drivers will be pumping petro at a price that other countries are currently paying. That will be a big domino for Americans to swallow, along with the higher food prices.

    In Christ


    • IMNG
      Control over a lawless world will be super-imposed by financial restrictions

      The morning after the party is coming…and what a hangover the world will wake up to! Hillary Clinton knows where the power will be welded in this final last gasp for the New World Order, just as the Bible identifies it, “No man might buy or sale, save he that hath the mark of the beast or the number of his name…and he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to recieve a mark in their right hand or in their foreheads.” Revelation 13:16, 17

      A “bond” is a slave. The citizens of these countries will become ‘debt slaves’ when these sovereign debt bubbles burst across the planet because their lives will be basically owned and bonded to the state and international financiers. In the right hand, what ever we do, in the forehead, in the mind, the bondage is total and all-encompassing, rich and poor, great and small. None escapes. And the only way you can control all these classes of people is to do away with currencies as we know it and institute something new in its place that restricts all commerce as a means of control over its citizenry and tie these to days where commerce can be and can’t be done– which is the clearest prophetic indication yet of planetary lawlessness and violence. We have no idea what’s about to hit us.


      • lastwordgal says:

        I totally agree that the mark of the beast indicates a mindset (mark in the forehead) and activity of the people (mark in the right hand). I think it has less to do with any RFID chip although that technology may be used to enforce the mark. Also, I believe the second beast (a religious one) is the beast that will cause people to trust in/rely on/ worship the first political beast (Revelation13:11-17). Everyone who takes this mark will have to espouse the ideology of the beast – world rule without obedience to the true Creator. All the world’s rulers will be of “one mind” and will sell their people out by giving their authority to the beast (Revelation 17:13). They even provided illustrations at the Denver Airport. Even the people who may live “off the grid” and might have figured out a bartering network to obtain goods and services could be worn down eventually.

        The ONLY way out is to repent, forsake sins, and call upon Yahushua. He that calls on the name of Yahweh shall be saved (Joel 2:32).


    • radiogirl says:

      This move by the Clintons is HUGE.In poker they call this a”tell”.It is a positioning move on their part for many reasons.R


  7. AWM says:

    When the US transitioned from producing goods people wanted to “financial instruments”, the handwriting was on the wall for the west, and freedom. The military objectives haven’t changed, not at all. You can cloak them in all the financial instruments you want, but it doesn’t change the fact that he who owns all the guns owns all the gold.
    Storm’s comin’, big storm!


  8. Old Bob says:

    If Greece gets banned from the EU can it still use the Euro? Would they need passports again to cross the borders? Would the EU blockade produce in or out? What a s—fight , The UK planned all this, who’s next?


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