Explain it to Me: The Greek Debt Vote
So Greece is in lots and lots of financial trouble like the rest of the world- only, for reasons unbeknownst to the common man, it would seem that the Greek economy is even more important than the U.S. economy.
The people of Greece will now be able to vote directly over what happens with their economic situation. News of the vote sent stock markets around the globe plummeting when it was announced Nov. 1st, 2011- a clear sign that those who rule financially are afraid of people having any say over what happens with their money.
Apparently, if the Greeks vote to default on their debt, it will send shock waves around the world and crash economies everywhere.
The Greeks have been battling it out with police for some time. Whenever you turn on CNN, there’s always some Greek youth wearing a face-mask throwing a pipe-bomb at a darth-vader looking riot cop. Obviously some s**tty economics must be going down in the nation of Greece else this violence wouldn’t be occurring, right?
A simple analysis of the history of Greece’s economic troubles will reveal that the very same hoodwinkers who’ve made insane amounts of money ruining the U.S. economy are evident throughout the Greek world of monetary corruption. The greedy international bankers observe no bounds and will plunder- just as pirates- any nation’s wealth and prosperity for their own gain.
>>Random thought: Why must one country be affected economically by the actions of another? If things got real, real bad, couldn’t we just isolate and take care of ourselves for a while?
I’m quite frankly sickened each time I try to dig deep into some type of explanation as to why economies around the globe are going to s**t. The whole process of money, its creation, and its distribution is made to be a very confusing thing only so that the common Joe remains unaware of how badly he’s getting his ass reamed by capitalist wimps in business suits. If I had my way, I’d get rid of all money outright and set up a system that diverts resources equally to all people everywhere on the planet. But that would just make too much sense, right?
The heart of Greek’s financial crisis is the existence of its Rothschild owned central banking system. In America, we too have a Rothschild owned central bank called the Federal Reserve. In the States, the Fed prints money that it simply doesn’t have, loans it to the government at interest, and then the government taxes the people in order to pay off its debt. I probably couldn’t explain this con any more clearer.
So when the people of Greece soon vote for the direction in which they’d like to send their economy, I guess we all have to hold on to our butts and pray that that we’ve stored up enough food and water for the imminent socio-economic collapse that will turn civilization into something that resembles what the world looked like in the film, ‘The Book of Eli’. And no, I’m not being sarcastic here.