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For the eurozone, the worst is yet to come

 
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Merkel looks like one of those ventriloquist dolls in that picture... Heh, probably isnt too far from the truth either. tounge
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Merkel looks like one of those ventriloquist dolls in that picture... Heh, probably isnt too far from the truth either. tounge
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She's quite good looking by German Standards.....
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05/27/2012 05:53 AM
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The world will change to a one world government but not the way the bankesters wish to.
We will have a new world order but remember that there are two kinds of NWO
Now look back to present history that we know as fact.
At the begining of this era of our history families came together to make a group, these happened naturally and not by force or deception. These groups then came together and became a village. For a period these villages survived by themselves and from time to time they went to war with other villages in the area. Eventually and naturally (not by force) these villages realised that they are all part of the same group and hence came together to make towns. This proccess continued same for cities, countries, continents until now.
Somewhere along the line bankesters and illuminati who run the world took advantage of this proccess and set out to highjack this evolution.
So they planned to bring this world together under one umberella by hook or crook in order to enslave and this is what we are seeing now.
But they fail to see that a natural proccess can not be manipulated without problems and eventually that natural proccess will take its course.
This is what i think it will happen in time.
The one world government that illuminati have in mind will not work, hence the idea of greater Europe and total dominance over Middle east will not work.
Eurozone will collapse and yet it will not. Contradictory i know but it will happen. Eurozone will redirect itself towards its natural proccess of coming together but without the rule of bankesters. Eventually Middle east will also join this proccess and finally the whole world will come together as one. This will be the NEW world order but a totally natural one that is different form what illuminati have in mind.
People talk about other civilisations in our region of space. You will not see them until.......
Once we all join together as a whole and only then will we be able to realise that other whole worlds exist on our patch of universe. The proccess is endless.
Remember one thing: It wasn't until families became a village before they realised other villages exist.

To focus on the subject of this thread
Eurozone will not totally collapse but it will change its course away from what the bankesters have in mind.
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This is as bad as it gets, the Fed could end up bailing out the Eurozone.

I can't believe I just said that.
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The Fed already bailed out europe. (1.6 billion $). When, not if but when europe's banks go belly-up a significant number of them will end up in the hands of the Fed.

Take-over time.
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This is as bad as it gets, the Fed could end up bailing out the Eurozone.

I can't believe I just said that.
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The Fed already bailed out europe. (1.6 billion $). When, not if but when europe's banks go belly-up a significant number of them will end up in the hands of the Fed.

Take-over time.
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oops, should be 1.6 trillion $
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05/27/2012 05:58 AM
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Eurozone will not totally collapse but it will change its course away from what the bankesters have in mind.
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resist And the Brussels bureaucrats will have to go.
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Exciting!!! I am 100% certain that it will not affect me either!! Cause I got gold, god and a gun!
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Exciting!!! I am 100% certain that it will not affect me either!! Cause I got gold, god and a gun!
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all ya need is preparation H and duct tape....:O
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This is as bad as it gets, the Fed could end up bailing out the Eurozone.

I can't believe I just said that.
 Quoting: King David 16716695


The Fed already bailed out europe. (1.6 billion $). When, not if but when europe's banks go belly-up a significant number of them will end up in the hands of the Fed.

Take-over time.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1273864


oops, should be 1.6 trillion $
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1273864


This is as bad as it gets, the Fed could end up bailing out the Eurozone.

I can't believe I just said that.
 Quoting: King David 16716695


The Fed already bailed out europe. (1.6 billion $). When, not if but when europe's banks go belly-up a significant number of them will end up in the hands of the Fed.

Take-over time.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1273864


oops, should be 1.6 trillion $
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we never had math errors like this till you should up!!
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05/27/2012 06:12 AM

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Tuesday this week could bring some really, really surprising bad 'money' news.
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link?
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This is as bad as it gets, the Fed could end up bailing out the Eurozone.

I can't believe I just said that.
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skidrowkitty Welcome to Fantasyland. The UK isn't in the Euro either, but that dosn't stop our loony PM from saying that we should throw our money away by "helping them out."
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This is as bad as it gets, the Fed could end up bailing out the Eurozone.

I can't believe I just said that.
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:skidrow:kitty Welcome to Fantasyland. The UK isn't in the Euro either, but that dosn't stop our loony PM from saying that we should throw our money away by "helping them out."
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Both not doing out of philanthropy. Your banks have their interests on the continent.
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This is the time to think about stocking up on food and supplies.

While I don't think we are going to see war (in Europe), we are going to see economic migrations, food & fuel shortages, more unemployment, and general chaos including large riots. Borders are going to be closed. In the case of the UK, this will probably happen ridiculously late and after a couple of million have already entered the country (because we have gutless incompetents running our country).

You can not just "write off" Greece, Spain, Portugal, Italy and others in the southern half of Europe, and expect them to just sit back and accept bankruptcy. If I couldn't put food on the table for my kids, I would go nuts. That's what is going to happen... a short period of extreme chaos and upheaval. Unfortunately, events like this in the past have tended to bring extremists into power.
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You vote for the "gutless incompetents" so it says alot about the British...
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At least the UK government hasn't completely bankrupted us yet. Portugal can't say the same. Enjoy going back to the 1950's pal.
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This is the time to think about stocking up on food and supplies.

While I don't think we are going to see war (in Europe), we are going to see economic migrations, food & fuel shortages, more unemployment, and general chaos including large riots. Borders are going to be closed. In the case of the UK, this will probably happen ridiculously late and after a couple of million have already entered the country (because we have gutless incompetents running our country).

You can not just "write off" Greece, Spain, Portugal, Italy and others in the southern half of Europe, and expect them to just sit back and accept bankruptcy. If I couldn't put food on the table for my kids, I would go nuts. That's what is going to happen... a short period of extreme chaos and upheaval. Unfortunately, events like this in the past have tended to bring extremists into power.
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You vote for the "gutless incompetents" so it says alot about the British...
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At least the UK government hasn't completely bankrupted us yet. Portugal can't say the same. Enjoy going back to the 1950's pal.
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sheeplebah ... pretty sure of.
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05/27/2012 06:44 AM
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"The trouble is that Greece is a democracy, Spain is a democracy. France, the world's fifth-largest economy and one of the most powerful countries on earth, is a democracy – and a pretty feisty one at that. Are all these countries, their electorates supplicant, their future politicians content, really going to subscribe to and live under, for decades to come, a system based on Berlin telling them how much they can borrow and spend? I don't think so."
 Quoting: G3


Spot on .. what is not mentioned is the what will happen if the flow of goods from germany to the rest of europe stops.

So far germany has a 1 trillion target2 balance .. this means the germans gave away goods for 1 trillion euros .. and got 1 trillion money from the rest of europe.

Oh wait .. it´s not real money, it is funny money created by the ECB to kick the can ...

I always said (and got massive flak) that the EU will turn europe into a second world shithole.

I revise that statement.

Europe will turn to 3rd world status.
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ow yeah
3rd world for sure
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05/27/2012 08:10 AM
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Only one way out:

Deutsche Mark.
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05/27/2012 08:30 AM
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duh, 2013 will be hard on everyone's wallet
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betta throw off yours when time really comes - or sticking with it - will keep it EMPTY forever - thats how this shitstem is created to be

everybody CANT and WONT be rich - its over : )))))))))
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05/27/2012 08:35 AM

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Wtf is going on with merkels mouth? She must be sucking on a sour sweet!
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The Euro-crisis is SO bad, her jaw fell off and they had to crazy-glue it back on.
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I think the current European Union will fall and be reshaped with Germany at the helm of it all.

I feel we may be watching the rise of Germany to rule the European Union. Let's see how the cards fall and are restacked.

Who knew or called this one?
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05/27/2012 08:41 AM
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This is the time to think about stocking up on food and supplies.

While I don't think we are going to see war (in Europe), we are going to see economic migrations, food & fuel shortages, more unemployment, and general chaos including large riots. Borders are going to be closed. In the case of the UK, this will probably happen ridiculously late and after a couple of million have already entered the country (because we have gutless incompetents running our country).

You can not just "write off" Greece, Spain, Portugal, Italy and others in the southern half of Europe, and expect them to just sit back and accept bankruptcy. If I couldn't put food on the table for my kids, I would go nuts. That's what is going to happen... a short period of extreme chaos and upheaval. Unfortunately, events like this in the past have tended to bring extremists into power.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1464021


In other words,,,"Children of Men" "Fugee" issues
And they say the Communists lost,LOL
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05/27/2012 08:42 AM
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Merkel looks like one of those ventriloquist dolls in that picture... Heh, probably isnt too far from the truth either. tounge
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Hmmm, probably with a Rothschild's arm up her arse, judging by the expression...... ohyeah
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05/27/2012 09:01 AM
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Only one way out:

Deutsche Mark.
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TRUE - ONLY ONE WAY - LEAVE MONEY

you stuck ups

''GET GOD'' instead

but.. nope you refuse - well EARTH REFUSE YOUR REFUSE

bye-bye
These dayz through THA REAL RAP (element of hip-hop)
-> (THERE iS NO REAL RAP ON TV or RADiOs) <-
is the only way youths listen to
the Prophets !!!


PROOF -> CAN YOU CATCH iT???

[link to www.youtube.com]

rememba: FEAR iS THA MiND-KiLLAH

LiGHT = iNFORMATiON ;D

peace2daUNIVERSE
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Let it all collapse. Sick and tired of working and never get ahead because the greedy fuckers system does not reward the honest hard working people.

So let it all burn! Sick and tired of pushing boulders up a mountain only to come tumbling down.
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05/27/2012 09:20 AM
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I think the current European Union will fall and be reshaped with Germany at the helm of it all.

I feel we may be watching the rise of Germany to rule the European Union. Let's see how the cards fall and are restacked.

Who knew or called this one?
 Quoting: Mr_Electric


Why rule the unity of the broke that you germany has to keep alive ?

Germany will say "bye bye" to it´s western "friends" that have nothing left except funny money.

germany will turn east to russia, don´t expect the poles to be a problem just because they are between them, they will be paid off as always in the last decades.

Germany needs oil, gas, ores for it´s industry.
Russia needs goods, services .. and has hard assets to pay with and a whole continent that allows growth for the next 2 centuries.
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05/27/2012 09:41 AM
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Some of you don't get it. When Europe falls, so will the US. When the US falls, so will China. It's not a matter of IF everyone collapses, but WHEN and how bad
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05/27/2012 10:13 AM

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Heres the real numbers:

[link to www.usdebtclock.org]

I can't see how Ireland can even function at this point.

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05/27/2012 10:19 AM

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Christine Lagarde Gives Explosive Interview On Greece, And Then Tries Desperately To Take It Back

Read more: [link to www.businessinsider.com]
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Secret meeting of international bankers to assemble to discuss Eurozone’s fate: Greece thrown under the bus. May 26, 2012 – LONDON - London will this week host a private global summit on the world financial crisis amid mounting pressure on eurozone economies. No agenda has been published and there will be no communiqué issued afterwards. ‘It is a private, off-the-record meeting,’ said a source. In the past two days, Spain’s fourth biggest lender, Bankia, said it needed a 19&#8201;billion euros (£15&#8201;billion) bailout and the prosperous region of Catalonia warned that it needed more funding from Madrid. The yield on Spanish government bonds – the government’s likely cost of borrowing – jumped to 6.3 per cent, a figure widely regarded as unsustainable. The summit will be dominated by central bankers including the host, Sir Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England. Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, and Zhou Xiaochuan, governor of the People’s Bank of China, have been invited.... [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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05/27/2012 10:31 AM

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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.

[link to www.bloomberg.com]
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This looks very bad I don't know how this is going to pan out; but I would be looking to store food water Guns silver and gold....
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05/27/2012 10:51 AM
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At the logical conclusion of the take more than you give equation.

The production of losers in relation to winners spikes up.

The doomdsday spike.

The bets are piling up higher and higher.

Trillions and trillions on the one that is supposed to happen.

The top does all the buying and selling...The bottom follows along and speculates.

The top or those who have become rich in power live off the yield from the bottom or those who become poor in power supplying the demand of the winners or top of the exchange for mutual benifit scheme, the product of absolute self indulgent reason, and dependant upon the choice to take more than you give to sustain existance.

Eventually collapse becomes inevitable.

The bottom is the serfboard the top rides the infinity shockwave with.

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