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Watch: Greeks Fight For Food: “I Never Imagined That I Would End Up Here”

 
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Watch: Greeks Fight For Food: “I Never Imagined That I Would End Up Here”
Once a bastion of European success and center of tourism, the country of Greece has become the harbinger of things to come for the rest of the world’s developed nations.

Not long ago Greeks were enjoying high paid salaries, early retirements, excess cash, and seemingly never ending economic growth.

Today, just a short time after a financial collapse that rocked global financial markets, Europe’s darling has turned into a frightening example of what happens when governments and their people take on more debt than they can ever hope to repay.

The end result is a warning to the rest of us. [link to www.shtfplan.com]
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yah, and they got screwed by bankers printing money like mad and lending to people until the pyramid collapsed, so they could buy up everything for pennies on the dollars.


the european banking cartels have been doing this for a couple of hundred years and they got it down.


controlling the inevitable revolutions are the problem.
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If the banks are the crocodile, socialism is what pushed their heads into its jaws.
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they look like the walking dead....
Liberal Logic - Demanding that the government stay out of their bedrooms while insisting on taxpayer funded birth control.
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wow, that's hardcore
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Jesus help us all. Man thats brutal. I feel so bad for those people. My hearts breaking for whats coming. I can't even imagine those whom have children.

The Banks shouls be tossed and everybody made zero with their debts and motgages.

Then the economys would roll again. Shelter and heat should be a given. always.

Fucking peice of shit banks. There time is coming World wide for paying it down and back but not on my back. Fuck Em!!!!!
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Greece

In 2007, 55% of Greek households lived in flats, 35% in detached houses, and 10% in semi-detached or terraced houses. 73% of households owned their own homes, 21% rented their accommodation, and 6% lived in free accommodation.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Most own two or more homes ,the second being a summer home either in their village or island their island of descent. Very FEW have rent or mortgage obligations. Very few of the 21% who do not own their homes are actually of Greek descent. Most also have hired household help. Even if they are living in a small flat. Household chores ? If they don't have someone coming in on a daily basis , it will be weekly monthly or semi annually.
In 1986 legal and unauthorized immigrants totaled approximately 90,000. A study from the mmo.gr Mediterranean Migration Observatory maintains that the 2001 census recorded 762,191 persons residing in Greece without Greek citizenship, constituting around 7% of total population. Of the non-citizen residents, 48,560 were EU or European Free Trade Association nationals and 17,426 were Cypriots with privileged status. The majority come from Eastern European countries: Albania (56%), Bulgaria (5%) and Romania (3%), while migrants from the former Soviet Union (Georgia, Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, etc.) comprise 10% of the total.[141] The greatest cluster of non-EU immigrant population are the larger urban centers, especially the Municipality of Athens, with 132,000 immigrants comprising 17% of the local population, and then Thessaloniki, with 27,000 immigrants reaching 7% of the local population. There is also a considerable number of co-ethnics that came from the Greek communities of Albania and the former Soviet Union.[140]

Greek workers get at least one month of paid vacation every year. More often than not it's two full months spent at their summer homes.

Obesity in Greece is a growing health concern with health officials stating that it is one of the leading causes of preventable deaths in Greece. According to Forbes, Greece ranks 16 on a 2007 list of fattest countries with a percentage of 68.5% of its citizens with an unhealthy weight. This may be a surprise to most individuals because in the past Mediterranean countries like Greece were known to live a pretty healthy lifestyle.

Everything you are shown about hardships in Greece is not true for the majority of the population. If you check out some videos of them protesting on CNN, you'll notice most are overweight. Most are paid to show up at protests and events like the one this thread by various political parties. They get paid around 60 euros a day just to show up. It's all one big scam. Most only work till 1:30 or 2:30 in the afternoon. Then siesta. Which makes you think we'll they go back to work after that right? Guess again . Nope. Those working in the public sector are done for the day before siesta. After that only shops will open up for a couple of hours and only on certain days . Not every day, every other day . Closed on Sundays of course. Public sector (government employees) workers get both Satuday and Sunday off of course. Banks are only open 5 days a week and close at 2:30 also.

Want to see starving oppressed exploited people? Check out North Korea. Those people are really starving and suffering. Just one look at the images in a quick google search and you'll know when you're looking at real starving people.
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AND THE RICH WHO MAKE THIS HAPPEN SUFFER NONE, WAKE UP YOU DUMB CLOWNS OR YOU'RE NEXT, YOU'RE NOT GONNA MAKE IT NOW, YOU'RE THE NEXT COW, RUN AWAY BEFORE THE SLAVE CALL, BEFORE THE DRONES FALL AND THE RAINS HOT FROM RADIATION AND DRAIN-O,

PLAY DOUGH, THE FED PRINTED MONEY THAT IS AGE-OLD THE SACRED IS WHAT'S MADE GOLD AND THE SECRET IS THERE IS NONE LEFT FOR THE PEOPLE, AND NOW REST OF WHAT'S TO COME IS JUST EVIL
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Yep, 55 tons of food gone in two hours? America? You paying attention? Oh my retard of a nation ! How I love you so!
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If the banks are the crocodile, socialism is what pushed their heads into its jaws.
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How does socialism (no banks and private property) make banks print money for private business?

I am mystified that you guys blame an anti-corporatist idea for the sins of capitalism and the rich. Now if you blamed national socialism, that I would understand. But Marxist socialism is as far from capitalism as your brain is from your arse.
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He's telling everybody to get back if anybody was wondering what the guy was yelling to people

Piso means back in Greek
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If the banks are the crocodile, socialism is what pushed their heads into its jaws.
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How does socialism (no banks and private property) make banks print money for private business?

I am mystified that you guys blame an anti-corporatist idea for the sins of capitalism and the rich. Now if you blamed national socialism, that I would understand. But Marxist socialism is as far from capitalism as your brain is from your arse.
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shhhhh, they think corporatism is the benchmark of righteousness
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Spoiled child of the western civilization and now parents don't have any money to give them because they are bankrupt.
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Spoiled child of the western civilization and now parents don't have any money to give them because they are bankrupt.
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I wouldn't get too excited just yet. This show has barely started. China is now the fallback guy.
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If the banks are the crocodile, socialism is what pushed their heads into its jaws.
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How does socialism (no banks and private property) make banks print money for private business?

I am mystified that you guys blame an anti-corporatist idea for the sins of capitalism and the rich. Now if you blamed national socialism, that I would understand. But Marxist socialism is as far from capitalism as your brain is from your arse.
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because Socialism follows a spend now pay later approach which means money has to be borrowed from the bankers.

Crony-Capitalism (which is what we've got) and Socialism are the biggest destructive forces on the western economies, as witnessed best in Europe where the rich are protected when their gambles fail and the govenments borrow more money than they can pay back without some serious devaluing of that debt (inflation is the tried and tested tool in the UK).
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Well, this was a protest outside the agricultural ministry by the farmers asking the gov to reduce the cost of agricultural production (which basically means they want to pay less taxes and have more privilages).
During their protest they hand out oranges to other protesters who were down town (see the banners), for three hours.
All went well until the last hour when people started to push each other to get a bag and some said it was in a way staged to be recorded by the opposition party (then Tsipras said to the media that it is shameful to see such a situation etc etc).
I do know that many families have big difficulties to live with less money this year and this is why both local authorities, private companies and the church have orginised food distribution in a daily basis to help them.


the video here of the last hour


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Greece

In 2007, 55% of Greek households lived in flats, 35% in detached houses, and 10% in semi-detached or terraced houses. 73% of households owned their own homes, 21% rented their accommodation, and 6% lived in free accommodation.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Most own two or more homes ,the second being a summer home either in their village or island their island of descent. Very FEW have rent or mortgage obligations. Very few of the 21% who do not own their homes are actually of Greek descent. Most also have hired household help. Even if they are living in a small flat. Household chores ? If they don't have someone coming in on a daily basis , it will be weekly monthly or semi annually.
In 1986 legal and unauthorized immigrants totaled approximately 90,000. A study from the mmo.gr Mediterranean Migration Observatory maintains that the 2001 census recorded 762,191 persons residing in Greece without Greek citizenship, constituting around 7% of total population. Of the non-citizen residents, 48,560 were EU or European Free Trade Association nationals and 17,426 were Cypriots with privileged status. The majority come from Eastern European countries: Albania (56%), Bulgaria (5%) and Romania (3%), while migrants from the former Soviet Union (Georgia, Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, etc.) comprise 10% of the total.[141] The greatest cluster of non-EU immigrant population are the larger urban centers, especially the Municipality of Athens, with 132,000 immigrants comprising 17% of the local population, and then Thessaloniki, with 27,000 immigrants reaching 7% of the local population. There is also a considerable number of co-ethnics that came from the Greek communities of Albania and the former Soviet Union.[140]

Greek workers get at least one month of paid vacation every year. More often than not it's two full months spent at their summer homes.

Obesity in Greece is a growing health concern with health officials stating that it is one of the leading causes of preventable deaths in Greece. According to Forbes, Greece ranks 16 on a 2007 list of fattest countries with a percentage of 68.5% of its citizens with an unhealthy weight. This may be a surprise to most individuals because in the past Mediterranean countries like Greece were known to live a pretty healthy lifestyle.

Everything you are shown about hardships in Greece is not true for the majority of the population. If you check out some videos of them protesting on CNN, you'll notice most are overweight. Most are paid to show up at protests and events like the one this thread by various political parties. They get paid around 60 euros a day just to show up. It's all one big scam. Most only work till 1:30 or 2:30 in the afternoon. Then siesta. Which makes you think we'll they go back to work after that right? Guess again . Nope. Those working in the public sector are done for the day before siesta. After that only shops will open up for a couple of hours and only on certain days . Not every day, every other day . Closed on Sundays of course. Public sector (government employees) workers get both Satuday and Sunday off of course. Banks are only open 5 days a week and close at 2:30 also.

Want to see starving oppressed exploited people? Check out North Korea. Those people are really starving and suffering. Just one look at the images in a quick google search and you'll know when you're looking at real starving people.
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Whilst the above is true, on the islands, where we're largely dependent on tourism, many seasonal workers haven't been paid for their work over the summer. The tour companies have been paid, so where's the money gone?

For those solely employed in tourism, there is no work over the winter and they receive payments from the community to survive. This year, however, these have been slashed whilst prices for food, fuel, heating oil have all skyrocketed. Even here people are foraging in litter bins behind restaurants and shops for food and trees are disappearing at an alarming rate as people resort to burning wood. (Even on a Greek island it's cold in the winter!)
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Cool move from the farmers to distribute 50 tons of food. According to estimates up to 300-400 thousand people are feeding themseleves in food rationing organized by church and other social organizations and the numbers are only increasing unfortunately.
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Get ready people. This is coming to Amerika, soon.
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Greece

In 2007, 55% of Greek households lived in flats, 35% in detached houses, and 10% in semi-detached or terraced houses. 73% of households owned their own homes, 21% rented their accommodation, and 6% lived in free accommodation.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Most own two or more homes ,the second being a summer home either in their village or island their island of descent. Very FEW have rent or mortgage obligations. Very few of the 21% who do not own their homes are actually of Greek descent. Most also have hired household help. Even if they are living in a small flat. Household chores ? If they don't have someone coming in on a daily basis , it will be weekly monthly or semi annually.
In 1986 legal and unauthorized immigrants totaled approximately 90,000. A study from the mmo.gr Mediterranean Migration Observatory maintains that the 2001 census recorded 762,191 persons residing in Greece without Greek citizenship, constituting around 7% of total population. Of the non-citizen residents, 48,560 were EU or European Free Trade Association nationals and 17,426 were Cypriots with privileged status. The majority come from Eastern European countries: Albania (56%), Bulgaria (5%) and Romania (3%), while migrants from the former Soviet Union (Georgia, Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, etc.) comprise 10% of the total.[141] The greatest cluster of non-EU immigrant population are the larger urban centers, especially the Municipality of Athens, with 132,000 immigrants comprising 17% of the local population, and then Thessaloniki, with 27,000 immigrants reaching 7% of the local population. There is also a considerable number of co-ethnics that came from the Greek communities of Albania and the former Soviet Union.[140]

Greek workers get at least one month of paid vacation every year. More often than not it's two full months spent at their summer homes.

Obesity in Greece is a growing health concern with health officials stating that it is one of the leading causes of preventable deaths in Greece. According to Forbes, Greece ranks 16 on a 2007 list of fattest countries with a percentage of 68.5% of its citizens with an unhealthy weight. This may be a surprise to most individuals because in the past Mediterranean countries like Greece were known to live a pretty healthy lifestyle.

Everything you are shown about hardships in Greece is not true for the majority of the population. If you check out some videos of them protesting on CNN, you'll notice most are overweight. Most are paid to show up at protests and events like the one this thread by various political parties. They get paid around 60 euros a day just to show up. It's all one big scam. Most only work till 1:30 or 2:30 in the afternoon. Then siesta. Which makes you think we'll they go back to work after that right? Guess again . Nope. Those working in the public sector are done for the day before siesta. After that only shops will open up for a couple of hours and only on certain days . Not every day, every other day . Closed on Sundays of course. Public sector (government employees) workers get both Satuday and Sunday off of course. Banks are only open 5 days a week and close at 2:30 also.

Want to see starving oppressed exploited people? Check out North Korea. Those people are really starving and suffering. Just one look at the images in a quick google search and you'll know when you're looking at real starving people.
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Whilst the above is true, on the islands, where we're largely dependent on tourism, many seasonal workers haven't been paid for their work over the summer. The tour companies have been paid, so where's the money gone?

For those solely employed in tourism, there is no work over the winter and they receive payments from the community to survive. This year, however, these have been slashed whilst prices for food, fuel, heating oil have all skyrocketed. Even here people are foraging in litter bins behind restaurants and shops for food and trees are disappearing at an alarming rate as people resort to burning wood. (Even on a Greek island it's cold in the winter!)
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Oh please. They didn't just move to those islands. They've been there for the last couple of thousand years. They also haven't survived off of tourism for thousands of years. They're fine on the islands. They were'nt surviving off of tourism before wwII , or during the junta either. The tourism industry was only thriving for a little over decade from the 80's till the 90's. was a very recent short term development. Stop trying to play people. Greeks have lived survived on those islands for thousands of years without tourism. As for cold. It's not that cold. This year has been mild. The average temps are in the high 50's and 60's. even on the islands where it can be a little cooler it's not what you'd call freezing.
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Oh please. They didn't just move to those islands. They've been there for the last couple of thousand years. They also haven't survived off of tourism for thousands of years. They're fine on the islands. They were'nt surviving off of tourism before wwII , or during the junta either. The tourism industry was only thriving for a little over decade from the 80's till the 90's. was a very recent short term development. Stop trying to play people. Greeks have lived survived on those islands for thousands of years without tourism. As for cold. It's not that cold. This year has been mild. The average temps are in the high 50's and 60's. even on the islands where it can be a little cooler it's not what you'd call freezing.
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Lots of people are owed money that they worked for from previous or current jobs, i'm too and lots of my friends are in the same situation. The only one who tries to play people here is you. Guess you know better than the person living in the island if it's cold and bearable or not.
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Sovereign Debt HOAX - BIG LIE v simple TRUTH: PORTUGAL or GREECE are TODAY richer than GERMANY
Published December 2010
THE BIG LIE v the simple TRUTH: PORTUGAL or GREECE are TODAY richer than GERMANY

The "sovereign debt" HOAX
The illuminati (1) in overtime must resort to robbing Greek and Portuguese (as at this time in a smaller scale Italian, Spanish, Irish & Co) assets while they have the illuminati agents "ruling" those "countries" call it "sovereign debt".

Germany v Portugal
Germany has no oil. It once had coal, now it has sinkholes.
The climate does not allow for anything to grow, even in heated greenhouses, four months a year.
Germany maritime zone is 54,000 km2, emptied of fish and so polluted that the general surgeon warns against eating german fish more than once a week.
The portuguese maritime zone is 994,000 km2.
Portugal has the mildest climate of Europe. For a start, 3 out of 5 households in Portugal need neither heating nor air conditioned.
The largest winter area in the EU for producing vegetables is no more the 200 km2 plastic greenhouses of Almeria, Spain, a semiarid area where the ground water is coming to man end, but Odemira in Portugal.
Since 2011 Portugal is the top producer of renewable energies in the EU.

Germany v Greece
Let's start by this: Greece has 32,000 km coast, prime oceanfront real estate.
Germany has a few hundred kilometers rapidly eroding coast (Sylt & Co), a coast with a climate without summer (July mean temperature below 20 C).

Germany - the dying industry
As for industry, let us first remember LAST PROPHET's words from 2009: "Germany produces essentially what was first affected by systemic crash, that took already place in 2007, as oil peaked at $150". (2)

Most of the previously mentioned facts are easily verifiable, a few although more difficult are also verifiable.
Yet in the mass media, totally controlled by the illuminati, you did not hear anything about it, like you did not hear anything about any of 911 5 basic facts. (3)


Notes
(1) who are the illuminati blogspot
[link to www.google.com]
(2) Published when the "interest" tax was 9%... now upsacled to "borrowing" at 15% to "pay" the "debt" issued at 13%, while "selling" in the "markets" the main source of taxes of any country, the basic services (water, gas, electricity, communications):
How the illuminati stole Portugal: transfer of gold reserves and assets under the cover of paying interest; destruction of the productive system

ILLUMINATI AGENTS of Ireland / Portugal / Greece "government" : main role was to transfer Ireland / Portugal / Greece assets to the illuminati accounts used to pay pensions in the UK, Holland, France and above all in Germany
In 1974 Portugal had the largest gold reserves in the world.Alone between 2002 and 2005 the illuminati "sold" IN THE "markets" 12 billion euro in gold bars (priced as of today) that they stole from the safe of the Bank of Portugal.
In the last years the main trick to transfer the assets of Portugal to the illuminati safe was to have Moody degrade ratings, so justifying the "loans" in the "markets" (to be afterwards replaced by IMF/World Bank), at 5%, 6%, 7%, 8% and now 9% interest taxes.
Every TV channel / newspaper in Ireland / Portugal / Greece /Spain / Italy repeats the broken record of how great is the economy in France and above all in the "motor of Europe", Germany.
In fact, Germany produces essentially what was first affected by systemic crash, that took already place in 2007, as oil peaked at $150.
If it was not for the assets that the illuminati transfered from Ireland / Portugal / Greece /Spain / Italy, ... German cities like Berlin, Dortmund or Stuttgart would already be wasteland like Detroit & Co.
google any of these
illuminati overtime
financial armageddon last prophet
[link to www.google.com]
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Oh please. They didn't just move to those islands. They've been there for the last couple of thousand years. They also haven't survived off of tourism for thousands of years. They're fine on the islands. They were'nt surviving off of tourism before wwII , or during the junta either. The tourism industry was only thriving for a little over decade from the 80's till the 90's. was a very recent short term development. Stop trying to play people. Greeks have lived survived on those islands for thousands of years without tourism. As for cold. It's not that cold. This year has been mild. The average temps are in the high 50's and 60's. even on the islands where it can be a little cooler it's not what you'd call freezing.
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Lots of people are owed money that they worked for from previous or current jobs, i'm too and lots of my friends are in the same situation. The only one who tries to play people here is you. Guess you know better than the person living in the island if it's cold and bearable or not.
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You have no idea what I know or don't know. Where I am or what I do. What are you one of their paid party shills trying to drum up sympathy?
There are real starving suffering people in the world like I said check out North Korea. Those people are really starving. There's no hiding that. Their certainly not running around with huge fat bellies like the Greeks.
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Oh please. They didn't just move to those islands. They've been there for the last couple of thousand years. They also haven't survived off of tourism for thousands of years. They're fine on the islands. They were'nt surviving off of tourism before wwII , or during the junta either. The tourism industry was only thriving for a little over decade from the 80's till the 90's. was a very recent short term development. Stop trying to play people. Greeks have lived survived on those islands for thousands of years without tourism. As for cold. It's not that cold. This year has been mild. The average temps are in the high 50's and 60's. even on the islands where it can be a little cooler it's not what you'd call freezing.
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Lots of people are owed money that they worked for from previous or current jobs, i'm too and lots of my friends are in the same situation. The only one who tries to play people here is you. Guess you know better than the person living in the island if it's cold and bearable or not.
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You have no idea what I know or don't know. Where I am or what I do. What are you one of their paid party shills trying to drum up sympathy?
There are real starving suffering people in the world like I said check out North Korea. Those people are really starving. There's no hiding that. Their certainly not running around with huge fat bellies like the Greeks.
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You sure sound more of a certified shill than me from what you posted so far, not looking for sympathy here could care less, just stating the obvious that lot of people are owed money that they've worked for including meself. Off course more people are hungry in N.Korea, but this doesn't change the fact that the lowest part of social web is having problems in Greece too, for the rich life goes as normal, but the non-rich are having problems paying bills, i think you shill way too much tbh.
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Sovereign Debt HOAX - BIG LIE v simple TRUTH: PORTUGAL or GREECE are TODAY richer than GERMANY
Published December 2010
THE BIG LIE v the simple TRUTH: PORTUGAL or GREECE are TODAY richer than GERMANY

The "sovereign debt" HOAX
The illuminati (1) in overtime must resort to robbing Greek and Portuguese (as at this time in a smaller scale Italian, Spanish, Irish & Co) assets while they have the illuminati agents "ruling" those "countries" call it "sovereign debt".

Germany v Portugal
Germany has no oil. It once had coal, now it has sinkholes.
The climate does not allow for anything to grow, even in heated greenhouses, four months a year.
Germany maritime zone is 54,000 km2, emptied of fish and so polluted that the general surgeon warns against eating german fish more than once a week.
The portuguese maritime zone is 994,000 km2.
Portugal has the mildest climate of Europe. For a start, 3 out of 5 households in Portugal need neither heating nor air conditioned.
The largest winter area in the EU for producing vegetables is no more the 200 km2 plastic greenhouses of Almeria, Spain, a semiarid area where the ground water is coming to man end, but Odemira in Portugal.
Since 2011 Portugal is the top producer of renewable energies in the EU.

Germany v Greece
Let's start by this: Greece has 32,000 km coast, prime oceanfront real estate.
Germany has a few hundred kilometers rapidly eroding coast (Sylt & Co), a coast with a climate without summer (July mean temperature below 20 C).

Germany - the dying industry
As for industry, let us first remember LAST PROPHET's words from 2009: "Germany produces essentially what was first affected by systemic crash, that took already place in 2007, as oil peaked at $150". (2)

Most of the previously mentioned facts are easily verifiable, a few although more difficult are also verifiable.
Yet in the mass media, totally controlled by the illuminati, you did not hear anything about it, like you did not hear anything about any of 911 5 basic facts. (3)


Notes
(1) who are the illuminati blogspot
[link to www.google.com]
(2) Published when the "interest" tax was 9%... now upsacled to "borrowing" at 15% to "pay" the "debt" issued at 13%, while "selling" in the "markets" the main source of taxes of any country, the basic services (water, gas, electricity, communications):
How the illuminati stole Portugal: transfer of gold reserves and assets under the cover of paying interest; destruction of the productive system

ILLUMINATI AGENTS of Ireland / Portugal / Greece "government" : main role was to transfer Ireland / Portugal / Greece assets to the illuminati accounts used to pay pensions in the UK, Holland, France and above all in Germany
In 1974 Portugal had the largest gold reserves in the world.Alone between 2002 and 2005 the illuminati "sold" IN THE "markets" 12 billion euro in gold bars (priced as of today) that they stole from the safe of the Bank of Portugal.
In the last years the main trick to transfer the assets of Portugal to the illuminati safe was to have Moody degrade ratings, so justifying the "loans" in the "markets" (to be afterwards replaced by IMF/World Bank), at 5%, 6%, 7%, 8% and now 9% interest taxes.
Every TV channel / newspaper in Ireland / Portugal / Greece /Spain / Italy repeats the broken record of how great is the economy in France and above all in the "motor of Europe", Germany.
In fact, Germany produces essentially what was first affected by systemic crash, that took already place in 2007, as oil peaked at $150.
If it was not for the assets that the illuminati transfered from Ireland / Portugal / Greece /Spain / Italy, ... German cities like Berlin, Dortmund or Stuttgart would already be wasteland like Detroit & Co.
google any of these
illuminati overtime
financial armageddon last prophet
[link to www.google.com]
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I AM SERIOUS

WHY DO I HAVE TO LOOK AT THAT HOT FUCKIN SUCCULENT RACK OF TITS WITH THE CLEAVAGE LINE SO PERFECT ON THAT ASIAN OR WHATEVER SHE IS.....IT DISTRACTS FROM THE STORY OF OUR FUTURE DISCONTENT TO BE


LOOK I LIKE WHAT I SEE THERE AND SO DO THE SNATCH SUCKIN LEZBO'S

BY WHY IT IS PRESENTED 'WITH' THE 'NEWS'??????



SERIOUSLY, REGARDLESS OF MY VERY INAPPROPRIATE WORD USAGE
IS THAT HOT FUCKIN RACK 'NEEDED' RIGHT THEN???
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Oh please. They didn't just move to those islands. They've been there for the last couple of thousand years. They also haven't survived off of tourism for thousands of years. They're fine on the islands. They were'nt surviving off of tourism before wwII , or during the junta either. The tourism industry was only thriving for a little over decade from the 80's till the 90's. was a very recent short term development. Stop trying to play people. Greeks have lived survived on those islands for thousands of years without tourism. As for cold. It's not that cold. This year has been mild. The average temps are in the high 50's and 60's. even on the islands where it can be a little cooler it's not what you'd call freezing.
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Lots of people are owed money that they worked for from previous or current jobs, i'm too and lots of my friends are in the same situation. The only one who tries to play people here is you. Guess you know better than the person living in the island if it's cold and bearable or not.
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You have no idea what I know or don't know. Where I am or what I do. What are you one of their paid party shills trying to drum up sympathy?
There are real starving suffering people in the world like I said check out North Korea. Those people are really starving. There's no hiding that. Their certainly not running around with huge fat bellies like the Greeks.
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You sure sound more of a certified shill than me from what you posted so far, not looking for sympathy here could care less, just stating the obvious that lot of people are owed money that they've worked for including meself. Off course more people are hungry in N.Korea, but this doesn't change the fact that the lowest part of social web is having problems in Greece too, for the rich life goes as normal, but the non-rich are having problems paying bills, i think you shill way too much tbh.
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Everything I've stated is a fact that can easily be verified with a quick Google search. You just can't stand it that someone speaks the truth and has an opposing view. Yesterday you even said something to me along the line of "well you just can't be Greek" as if all Greeks are little clones of each other with the same point of view. In your crazy mind, no Greek born and raised here would speak like me. Well let me tell you, there's lot's of Greeks that feel the same way I do. As a matter of fact many of them have been seen on National tv saying they're ashamed to be Greek. There are many who are appalled and outraged at the behavior of our fellow country men . It's dragging us down, destroying our chances for any sort of progress and ruining our children's future. I for one am sick of it. I will continue to speak the truth. You just carry on with your little woe is me and keep sticking your hand out and living off of the backs of others....have a feeling that won't work out too well for future generations.....
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I AM SERIOUS

WHY DO I HAVE TO LOOK AT THAT HOT FUCKIN SUCCULENT RACK OF TITS WITH THE CLEAVAGE LINE SO PERFECT ON THAT ASIAN OR WHATEVER SHE IS.....IT DISTRACTS FROM THE STORY OF OUR FUTURE DISCONTENT TO BE


LOOK I LIKE WHAT I SEE THERE AND SO DO THE SNATCH SUCKIN LEZBO'S

BY WHY IT IS PRESENTED 'WITH' THE 'NEWS'??????



SERIOUSLY, REGARDLESS OF MY VERY INAPPROPRIATE WORD USAGE
IS THAT HOT FUCKIN RACK 'NEEDED' RIGHT THEN???
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IS IT BEST 4 THE GREEKS TO HAVE TO CHOOSE BETWEEN LOOKIN AT A HOT PERFECT PAIR OF TITS LINED UP SOOOO PERFECTLY WITH THAT BLOUSE AND WITH THAT CUTE SPECK OF A MOLE/BIRTHMARK RIGHT THERE WAITIN 2 B COVERED WITH MAN JIZZ



THE POOR GREEKS ARE FORCED TO WATCH STARVING PEOPLE WHILE THEY R STARVIN TO MANGLE TOHSE TITS UNTIL THEY BRUISE.........


WHAT DO U THINK FOLKS, IN SPITE OF MY TERRIBLE TERRIBLE WORDS
AM I RIGHT JUST A BIT JUST TINY TIT SUCKIN BIT
PERHAPS THE NEXT STEP WOULD BE TO HAVE FALSE HARD NIPS IN THAT BLOUSE
AND THEN FALSE OUTER NIPS...THE AUROLAS OR WHATEVER THEY RA CALLED
HONESTLY-JOURNALISM IS DEAD!
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I AM SERIOUS

WHY DO I HAVE TO LOOK AT THAT HOT FUCKIN SUCCULENT RACK OF TITS WITH THE CLEAVAGE LINE SO PERFECT ON THAT ASIAN OR WHATEVER SHE IS.....IT DISTRACTS FROM THE STORY OF OUR FUTURE DISCONTENT TO BE


LOOK I LIKE WHAT I SEE THERE AND SO DO THE SNATCH SUCKIN LEZBO'S

BY WHY IT IS PRESENTED 'WITH' THE 'NEWS'??????



SERIOUSLY, REGARDLESS OF MY VERY INAPPROPRIATE WORD USAGE
IS THAT HOT FUCKIN RACK 'NEEDED' RIGHT THEN???
 Quoting: SERIOUS COMMENT HERE-YES!!!! 33809088


IS IT BEST 4 THE GREEKS TO HAVE TO CHOOSE BETWEEN LOOKIN AT A HOT PERFECT PAIR OF TITS LINED UP SOOOO PERFECTLY WITH THAT BLOUSE AND WITH THAT CUTE SPECK OF A MOLE/BIRTHMARK RIGHT THERE WAITIN 2 B COVERED WITH MAN JIZZ



THE POOR GREEKS ARE FORCED TO WATCH STARVING PEOPLE WHILE THEY R STARVIN TO MANGLE TOHSE TITS UNTIL THEY BRUISE.........


WHAT DO U THINK FOLKS, IN SPITE OF MY TERRIBLE TERRIBLE WORDS
AM I RIGHT JUST A BIT JUST TINY TIT SUCKIN BIT
PERHAPS THE NEXT STEP WOULD BE TO HAVE FALSE HARD NIPS IN THAT BLOUSE
AND THEN FALSE OUTER NIPS...THE AUROLAS OR WHATEVER THEY RA CALLED
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IF THIS IS WHAT IT TAKES FOR JOURNALISM TO JUST SURVIVE IN THIS SHORT ATTENTION SPAN....THEN LETS SKIP THE NEXT LOGICAL STEP LIKE THE NAKED WEATHERWOMAN AND JUST HAVE HER GANG FUCKED AND SUCKED (WILLINGLY) INTO PURE PUSSY ECSTACY
GIVE HER THE GREAT COCK--FOREIGN OR DOMESTIC---THAT SHE WANTS RIGHT THERE WILE SHE HONESTLY TRIES TO 'GIVE U..THE VIEWER' THE NEWS....WHILE IT'S GIVEN TOHER
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Lots of people are owed money that they worked for from previous or current jobs, i'm too and lots of my friends are in the same situation. The only one who tries to play people here is you. Guess you know better than the person living in the island if it's cold and bearable or not.
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You have no idea what I know or don't know. Where I am or what I do. What are you one of their paid party shills trying to drum up sympathy?
There are real starving suffering people in the world like I said check out North Korea. Those people are really starving. There's no hiding that. Their certainly not running around with huge fat bellies like the Greeks.
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You sure sound more of a certified shill than me from what you posted so far, not looking for sympathy here could care less, just stating the obvious that lot of people are owed money that they've worked for including meself. Off course more people are hungry in N.Korea, but this doesn't change the fact that the lowest part of social web is having problems in Greece too, for the rich life goes as normal, but the non-rich are having problems paying bills, i think you shill way too much tbh.
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Everything I've stated is a fact that can easily be verified with a quick Google search. You just can't stand it that someone speaks the truth and has an opposing view. Yesterday you even said something to me along the line of "well you just can't be Greek" as if all Greeks are little clones of each other with the same point of view. In your crazy mind, no Greek born and raised here would speak like me. Well let me tell you, there's lot's of Greeks that feel the same way I do. As a matter of fact many of them have been seen on National tv saying they're ashamed to be Greek. There are many who are appalled and outraged at the behavior of our fellow country men . It's dragging us down, destroying our chances for any sort of progress and ruining our children's future. I for one am sick of it. I will continue to speak the truth. You just carry on with your little woe is me and keep sticking your hand out and living off of the backs of others....have a feeling that won't work out too well for future generations.....
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Facts my arse, if your version of the truth is that is everything ok and people can cope quite well in this country, yeah, you've no idea what you're talking about obviously, it's a fact that people are having trouble paying bills and that they're owed money, it's a fact that that the low class is facing problems, i live it everyday, dunno with who you hang out but they're probably are in a better shape than the people i know. It's quite evident you're not Greek by the hateful comments today and yesterday too and by the way you were crying "you agreed to legalize all these immigrants, you Greeks cheat" lmao, so don't try to spin it with our fellow countrymen BS today, don't embarrass yourself, you're a paid shill for all i care.
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