Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Greece Has Fallen To Permanent Debt Enslavement: Greek Parliament Passes "Austerity" Measures!

I have not yet put up any articles pertaining to the rise of the Greeks against the IMF and the evil Rothschild controlled private central bankers that want Greece to be saddled permanently with debt enslavement, but I guess this is as good a time as any.

I have just came across this article that comes from the English Al-Jazeera online news service, where it seems that the knuckleheads in the Greek Parliament have just signed Greece away to the private central bankers by passing the corrupt "Austerity" measures bill.   I want to present that article here for my own readers to view, and I have comments to follow:



Greek parliament passes austerity bill
Parliament passes austerity package to slash $40bn off national debt, with 155 MPs voting in favour and 138 against.
Last Modified: 29 Jun 2011 13:15




The package of taxes, spending cuts and privatisations has angered many Greeks [Reuters]

The Greek parliament has passed an austerity package by a slim majority to slash $40bn off the national debt.
Wednesday's vote saw 155 members of parliament vote in favour, 138 against and 5 abstentions.
The package of taxes, spending cuts and privatisations has angered many Greeks, with thousands taking to the streets as part of a 48-hour national strike protesting against the bill.

Parliament will hold a second vote on Thursday aimed at changing a law allowing the measures to be implemented.

George Papandreou, the Greek prime minister, has said the second bailout will be roughly equal a previous package last year.

Papanderou expelled a Greek ruling party deputy who voted against the austerity package.

The five-year austerity package will allow Greece to secure a second bailout of $17bn of emergency loan funds on top of last year's $157bn bailout.

Clashes outside parliament

The vote took place as clashes between police and protesters broke out outside parliament, with the booms of stun grenades and tear gas resonating across the square outside the building.

Riot police fired volleys of tear gas at swarms of young men who were hurling rocks and other debris as well as setting fire to rubbish containers.

Police with truncheons occasionally charged the demonstrators, but pulled back just as quickly.

As stun grenades boomed and flashed, many members of the crowds jeered and booed.

Most of the anti-government protesters who marched to the square stayed clear of the fighting, but they vented their anger at the political establishment with chants and insults.

Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips reporting from Athens said, "Right around the center of the city of Athens not just in sytagma square the atmosphere is extremely volatile."

"I think the majority of people who came here were always very peaceful in terms of their intentions and they have tried to spend the day, inspite of the swelling tear gas in front of the parliament building expressing their concern."
  
Matina Stevis, a Greek journalist, spoke to Al Jazeera and said, "I can almost hear the sighs of relief from the rest of Europe, but this is not good news, it has been an incredibly dramatic day in Athens."

She worries that the austerity package is too harsh and unimplementable.

EU officials have called on Papanderou to draw the widest possible support. Christine Lagarde, named as the next head of the International Monetary Fund, called on Greece's opposition parties to offer support. The IMF provides about 30 percent of Greece's bailout fund.

European Commission President, Jose Manuel Barroso and European Council President, Herman Van Rompoy said in a statement that the Greek parliament's approval of the bill is a "vital stap back" from a debt default.
The euro rose against the dollar after the parliament approved the austerity measures needed to avoid a default, though concern over whether the government can implement them could limit gains.


NTS Notes:  Well, another European nation has just surrendered its sovereignty to the evil corrupt Jewish Rothschild central bankers that will now have the people of Greece pay off this phoney debt for the rest of their lives.  

Greece would have been better to follow what Iceland did, and tell the IMF and the evil Rothschild controlled criminal bankers to take their "austerity" and stick it....

What will happen now is obvious:  These criminal bankers will seize hard assets including Greek industries, businesses, and even land, for pennies on the dollar, for the Greeks to pay off this horrific and most evil "Austerity" plan.   The fact is that now much of Greece itself will be handed over to these criminal bankers for next to nothing!

When will people ever learn?  A debt based monetary system is doomed to fail from the moment of its creation.   There is absolutely no way that any nation can pay back the debt incurred under such an evil system because when the money is created it is already saddled with its built in interest that just compounds until the entire system collapses.   Such is the nature of Usury, and history has shown again and again that it eventually causes the ruination of countries that implement it!

It is my hope that the Greek people finally rise up and take their nation back from these criminals.  The reign of private criminal bankers out to control the world must be ended...

More to come

NTS

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