7 Responses to Secret meeting of international bankers to assemble to discuss Eurozone’s fate: Greece thrown under the bus

  1. k says:

    Everything happening in the world today is trickle down from this group. If it wasn’t so frightening it would almost be interesting to watch the wheels turning. There are men who have no concept of man. Such a shame. We all have our chance to choose for good or evil. Funny, I never thought my life would actually come down to that in the global framework. Pray, and keep the faith, folks. It will be worth it. (~:


  2. nickk0 says:

    I wonder – and worry – if world leaders are holding any such urgent and pressing meetings behind closed doors, to discuss what may turn out to be an E.L.E. in Japan.
    I am more worried, that they are NOT holding any such ^ meetings, preferring to hold secret meetings to worry about money, instead…. not Mankind.


  3. Jerry says:

    These guys engineered the whole thing. Problem-Reaction-Solution… Create a problem and then pose as the saviors to fix it. This is called The Hegelian Dialectic.


  4. Gordian Knot says:

    What do you want to bet they (governments) are placing their monies in FDIC using the SWIFT transfer system that Merrill Lynch and Bank of America are using to protect their Global assets. By doing so, foreign monies will be backed by the US dollar thereby dumping the losers on insured institutions and the safety net will be US taxpayers.

    We are aiding and abetting known criminals of the financial world.

    Here’s an article from last year to better understand Merrill Lynch’s derivatives in the uninsured realm of costly high finance.


    I have become mentally exhausted as we aid and abet the antics of global narcissistic kleptos, which continue destroying my way of life.


  5. luisport says:

    For the eurozone, the worst is yet to come

    This euro crisis is now getting extremely serious. Events are happening quickly, closing-in on policy-makers and threatening to engulf us…. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/liamhalligan/9292092/For-the-eurozone-the-worst-is-yet-to-come.html


  6. Gordian Knot says:

    More conformation on using US taxpayers as a global backstop derivatives clearinghouse. A good sensible article on the direction (that many of us know) we are heading to the tune of 1.2 quadrillion dollars.


    I am deeply troubled with all this “money madness, blowout give-a-ways/cronyism” when there were recent days where I could barely feed myself.


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