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it will start in Europe

 
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09/01/2011 05:55 PM
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How can it start in Europe, when this was all started by the corrupt American bankers a few years back. We are all still rebounding/failing to rebound from that.
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Not defending the american bankers, but it's the international banker scum that are to blame, kill em all
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How can it start in Europe, when this was all started by the corrupt American bankers a few years back. We are all still rebounding/failing to rebound from that.
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This was NOT started by corrupt American bankers. It was started by corrupt BRITISH bankers once the federal reserve was established. They figured that they couldn't physically invade and occupy, to their did it this time from within. It was supposed to be a 100 year plan, but it isn't going as planned (thanks to the Internet). Because of that and not being able to get our guns away from us the corrupt Brits had to buy all the MSM, politicians, then place plants in all the 3-4 letter agencies. FDA, CIA, CDC, EPA, DHS, TFA, etc.

Along the way, all the cartels were made offers they couldn't refuse. Now, they are all one big scumbag family called the UN/NATO/NWO. The Bible calls it "Mystery Babylon".

As for it starting in Europe, that doesn't mean jack shit.
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How can it start in Europe, when this was all started by the corrupt American bankers a few years back. We are all still rebounding/failing to rebound from that.
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you ignorant sonofabitch! really? the U.K. had NOTHING to do with this??? what about Barclay's? or, better still, what about the complete fucking failure of the Euro?

don't get me wrong...the seats in HELL closest to the fucking fire are reserved for all the corrupt mother-fuckers who are responsible for the suffering of others...NO MATTER WHAT SIDE OF THE POND THEY ARE FROM!

we got our Madoff...you got your Murdoch

we got our Enron...you got your BP

know what? FUCK IT! I challenge you to a duel....oh....wait...that's right YOU DON'T HAVE A GUN!!!

FUCK YOU ASSHOLE!

uk
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How can it start in Europe, when this was all started by the corrupt American bankers a few years back. We are all still rebounding/failing to rebound from that.
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you ignorant sonofabitch! really? the U.K. had NOTHING to do with this??? what about Barclay's? or, better still, what about the complete fucking failure of the Euro?

don't get me wrong...the seats in HELL closest to the fucking fire are reserved for all the corrupt mother-fuckers who are responsible for the suffering of others...NO MATTER WHAT SIDE OF THE POND THEY ARE FROM!

we got our Madoff...you got your Murdoch

we got our Enron...you got your BP

know what? FUCK IT! I challenge you to a duel....oh....wait...that's right YOU DON'T HAVE A GUN!!!

FUCK YOU ASSHOLE!

uk
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1528841


lol ok your right it's all the bankers but still the ball started rolling years ago.

We don't have the euro here though, glad we didn't join not that the £ will last much longer once the euro does fall.

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Who gives a rats ass..The fall of the US economy IS, or will be, The end! WW3. Fer sure, no doubt! Bank on it...
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Who gives a rats ass..The fall of the US economy IS, or will be, The end! WW3. Fer sure, no doubt! Bank on it...
 Quoting: lionheart 1459035


It's so terrible, and you all know it's true..You know, you just can't let yourself go there yet...The US rebounds,or the world goes down..That simple...
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Everyone wants to blame everyone else but don't we know the truth?

It is central banks.

Federal Reserve, Bundesbank, IMF, WMF, Bank of England and on and on.

They get everyone at every turn imaginable

FIAT Currency, Fractional Reserve Banking, Printing money out of thin air and saying it's there's and not the peoples...
Interest, TAX the people to pay them debt on money they create out of thin air, say is theirs and loan to our Nations, DERIVATIVES and on and on.

We all know now, it's a giant scheme to remove all wealth from all Nations and now all these scum of the earth demons are completely out of control.

Best Wishes

PS It is not us, the normal, not part of the elite (or at least fairly normal lol) people of the world, it is the monetary Kings.

It's time for change.

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People it will start in Europe

Source
[link to www.europeanvoice.com]

Less than 50%

There was more to come. As the end of August approached, just as the markets were beginning to calm down, another problem emerged. This time it was back to the politics of the 21 July agreement.
A bilateral deal was struck that would see Finland receive collateral from Greece in return for its participation in the bail-out. Despite this being expressly permitted in the conclusions of the summit (and indeed it was a deal-breaker for the Finns), it did not go down well with other governments, some of whom said that if Finland could get such an arrangement then so should they.
Moody's, a credit-rating agency, wearily warned that “if more and more of the rescuing countries end up making collateral demands, Greece will not be able to fully meet them, thus jeopardising the rescue plan”. Now it looks as if other member states will block the move anyway.
The summit on 21 July was supposed to be the beginning of the end of the crisis. Measures hitherto considered taboo because of political sensitivities were finally agreed upon and the mood was positive. But the events of the past six weeks have demonstrated that politicians have still not got a grip on this crisis. Analysts are still talking about the need to double or treble the size of the European Financial Stability Facility and urging the introduction of eurobonds just as they were before.
A lack of decisiveness, plain-speaking, courage and co-ordination immediately before and during the summer break has left the eurozone looking as vulnerable as ever.




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In this crisis, Eurozone leaders’ motto seems to be “too little too late”.
They got it badly wrong the first weekend in May 2010.
Having announced that they had saved Greece, financial markets said “not good enough”. The next weekend they came up with a more substantial plan, but even this proved to be too little too late.
After months of living in denial, Eurozone leaders finally recognised that Greece was not going to be able to restart borrowing on its own. They came up with another plan. On 21 July 2011, they got it badly wrong again. Financial markets are again said “not good enough”.
On August 16 Chancellor Merkel and President Sarkozy held a widely-trumpeted “summit” to announce decisions that were either irrelevant or misguided. Stock markets around the world said “not good enough”. Even more ominously, the interbank market is seizing up, as it did in 2007 on the way to the Lehman disaster.




I always thought this “shell game” the world is playing with would start here in the states but the more I learn the more I read I feel it will start in Europe. One of the things all most all analysis say is “ just one major disaster ..one major hic up” and boom down it goes.
 Quoting: YaRight




oh your talking about an economic collapse?


I thought you meant WW3?


Yes, WW3 will begin in Europe.


2 places to watch very closely right now:

Hungary, and the former Yugoslavia
 Quoting: the Dark night 1527437


why watch them? details please
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