Greek Bailout Prompts Mass Suicide, Riots
Grant J. Kidney— The Greek people have had enough of their country being raped by a gang of crooked banksters. Some who simply cannot take the heat of a shipwrecked economy have decided to get the heck out of the kitchen- in other words, they’ve decided to take their own lives in protest.
According to CBS News, the most recent Greek bailout ordeal has prompted mass suicide across the ancient country. Lambrousia Harikleia, a mother of a handicapped child, was the latest to climb to a high place and threaten to jump. Upon being rescued, Harikleia was assured that her economic woes would vanish- but the sad reality is that such a statement is heavily untrue.
The $130 billion dollar Greek bailout deal has forced many thousands of citizens out on to the streets in recent times. Cars have been overturned and buildings lit on fire. Police have fought back with tear gas and batons.
The bailout bill passed by the Greek parliament contains measures that will slash the minimum wage as well cut pensions across the board.
It isn’t just Greek citizens who have stood in protest to the latest in austerity measures being taken by their government. An entire Greek police union has called for the arrests of both EU and IMF officials.
The Greek debt crisis will no doubt cause ripples across the planet. In America, most feel as though they are shielded from the effects of international events. However, the mere fact that the global economy is an interconnected organism means that if one link in the chain is severely wounded, the entire chain becomes unstable.
It must be pointed out that the very same mega banks who have ruined Greece- Goldman Sachs and others- have also been bankrupting the American economy as well.
The real game at play for the greedy international banking cartels is to devalue all currencies across the planet so as to introduce a world currency and a world government to which all citizens across the planet will be forced to pay taxes to. This is called the ‘new world order’.
Just as in Greece, when the menacing effects of a crashing economic system are felt in greater force in places such as the United States, suicide will be the least of folks’ worries. If the global economy goes down- which it will undoubtedly- the world we know of today will rival more and more what is seen in the post-apocalyptic films put out by Hollywood.