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“Mr Monks, now head of the European TUC, said: ‘I had a discussion with Barroso last Friday about what can be done for Greece, Spain, Portugal and the rest and his message was blunt: “Look, if they do not carry out these austerity packages, these countries could virtually disappear in the way that we know them as democracies. They’ve got no choice, this is it.”
Mr Barroso’s warning lays bare the concern at the highest level in Brussels that the economic crisis could lead to the collapse of not only the beleaguered euro, but the EU itself, along with a string of fragile democracies.
Editor’s note: EU boss warns against “popular uprisings” by the people against the banksters.
It would not be proper to say that capitalism has failed; it is crony capitalism that has proven itself to be a failure. Indeed, we have seen in the last few years a return of last century’s robber barons and their form of capitalism; that is, the monopolization of power and control and the rabid increase in monetary speculation.
Hopefully with regulations (not all regulations are bad) put back in place that we removed, things will get back to a balance. Bush, Thatcher, and Blair removed most of the depression era regulations that what allowed this to happen. They were influenced by crony businessmen and crony politicians to remove regulations put in place during the great depression in their vain attempt at a world free market without the hassles of entities called states.
Likewise, there is nothing wrong with capitalism so long as there is enough competition and the checks provided by a government that protects the interests of people are still in place. It is a common fallacy to assume that all competition eventually ends up monopolistic because it is often the businessmen and politicians who switch from the public to private sphere who enable monopolies to exist in exchange for political and monetary gain. As usual they order a big dinner a leave us with the dishes and the bill.
Europe deepening into depressionary spiral
The economy in Europe is the catalyst but there is something far more fundamental going on in Europe right now and to suggest this is just angry voters punishing incumbent governments over the economy misses the point completely. Indigenous Europeans are very worried about the future. They see unchecked Muslim immigration and sky high birth rates within those Muslim communities and they can do the math and project forward a generation. The Europeans know all too well what happens to minorities in countries with a Muslim majority. What’s happening in Europe is ominous. A clash of cultures is almost inevitable (this idea comes from Samuel Huntington’s famous book “clash of civilizations and from a Zionist. The author is a Trilateral Commission Member). and it won’t be peaceful. It’s happened before and it will happen again. Wait for it. Indeed, it has been admitted that mass immigration is being used in Britain (and likewise elsewhere) as a tool to destroy national identity as admitted by Tony Blair’s former speech writer, Andrew Neather. Could this whole “Clash of civilizations” idea be a plan by the Trilateral commission to keep people fighting amongst each other?
Nightmare vision for Europe as EU chief warns ‘democracy could disappear’ in Greece, Spain and Portugal
Democracy could ‘collapse’ in Greece, Spain and Portugal unless urgent action is taken to tackle the debt crisis, the head of the European Commission has warned.
In an extraordinary briefing to trade union chiefs last week, Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso set out an ‘apocalyptic’ vision in which crisis-hit countries in southern Europe could fall victim to military coups or popular uprisings as interest rates soar and public services collapse because their governments run out of money.
The stark warning came as it emerged that EU chiefs have begun work on an emergency bailout package for Spain which is likely to run into hundreds of billions of pounds.
A £650 billion bailout for Greece has already been agreed.
John Monks, former head of the TUC, said he had been ‘shocked’ by the severity of the warning from Mr Barroso, who is a former prime minister of Portugal.
“A rumor that Spain will ask for 280 billion euros of aid money in order to deal with its debt is running in the past few hours in trade rooms. This is what’s bringing down the Euro.”
It appears that bailing out Greece will not be enough to save the European community as Spain is another country which has joined the list of riskier investments since its credit ratings were lowered earlier this year.
According to Israel’s Globes, Germany will not be able to back Spain on such a big request, more than two and half times the size of the Greek plan. So, the Euro’s fate is to fall. Due to the Greek debt issues and riots, the Spanish debt problems have escaped the eyes of many analysts, despite its 20% unemployment rate.. Contrary to Greece, Spain is already at the heart of Europe and its huge debt is a danger to the whole Euro zone. Germany was reluctant to help Greece, and cannot aid Spain.
When are people going to realize that this economic disaster didn’t happen by chance, or by the incompetence of our governments. The system was designed this way for a reason, and it has nothing to do with free-market capitalism. The system we are under is a ‘financial-dictatorship’, and has been ever since the advent of the centralized debt-based monetary system. The Central Banks of this world are by design doing the exact opposite of what they should be doing, and the same people that own the central banks, own the mainstream media, and put forth lies and deceit to make you think that what they are doing is good, and they should be praised for their actions.
When in reality these bankers, and the scum that run the central banks should be thrown in jail for a long long time. Maybe if we had currencies that were backed off of something instead of an ever increasing black hole of debt; and maybe if people had thought for themselves instead of taking FALSE second-hand information from mainstream reports, and friends, and family that also know nothing about the current situation then maybe we would have never gotten to the situation we are in at this time; and the more we praise these central bankers, the more we will be going in the complete opposite direction.
“It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.” — Henry Ford
We are now hearing the usual chorus of how the government must act to make sure that this type of crisis “never happens again.” It won’t. Each government-spawned crisis has unique elements because real-world conditions change continuously. This is a major source of government failure: the failure to anticipate future development. Government is always behind the curve in dealing with crises because policy is driven by politics, and politics is driven by public opinion. Ordinary voting citizens are by and large not experts on financial markets. Since most of us are not financial experts and do not have intimate knowledge of financial markets, future financial trends and problems are generally not well understood. Politicians are therefore in a position where they must please those who know the least about the future situation by reacting to high-profile news stories regarding past events only. Worse still, those who do posses intimate knowledge of financial markets have an incentive to capitalize on public policies through their lobbying efforts.
Who is behind central banking?
According to Henry Makow, war is the means by which the central bankers advance their goal of totalitarian world government. Rakovsky says Trotsky was behind the murder of Arch Duke Ferdinand (which sparked WWI.) He recalls the phrase used by the mother of the five Rothschild brothers: “‘If my sons want it, then there will be no war.’ This means that they were the arbiters, the masters of peace and war, but not emperors. Are you capable of visualizing the fact of such a cosmic importance? Is not war already a revolutionary function? War�the Commune. Since that time every war was a giant step towards Communism.”
After the murder of [Illuminati member Weimar Foreign Minister] Walter Rathenau in 1922, the Illuminati give political or financial positions only to intermediaries, Rakowsky says. “Obviously to persons who are trustworthy and loyal, which can be guaranteed a thousand ways: thus one can assert that those bankers and politicians [in the public eye] – are only men of straw . . . even though they occupy very high places and are made to appear to be the authors of the plans which are carried out.”
Here, in black and white, is the blueprint behind the NWO, UN, the EU and NAU, and every war until today. But the bankers have made us think it “racist” to pay heed.
Modern history consists of this long-term plan to foment needless wars in order to enslave mankind by destroying nation, religion, race and family. Most historians are paid to obscure the horrible fact that the people ultimately responsible for Auschwitz, the Gulag, Hiroshima and Verdun, still run the world. They are responsible for 9-11 and Iraq.
Our leaders are chosen by their ability to lie and follow orders. Conflicts are charades between “antagonists” who actually serve the same masters [Last few paragraphs from Henry Makow].
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