July 13, 2015
The Greek default has triggered major cyber and information warfare that raged across the world last week. The warfare involved banks, defense firms, major stock markets, telecommunications firms and more. For example, the July 8th cyber-attack that shut down the New York Stock Exchange, the Wall Street Journal, United Airlines and several mobile phone companies was retaliation for an American attack on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, according to Chinese and Pentagon sources. “This was just a dry run,” the Pentagon sources said.
Continue reading Full scale cyber war erupts in wake of Greek default, Pentagon takes on Khazarian mafia
According to pertinent records, only 10% of Greeks debt to the Troika actually went into the national economy, i.e. as much as 90% went to German and French banks. They were bailing out themselves in 2008 at the cost of the pensions of the elderly, and massive unemployment.
Continue reading Germany is the country that’s never repaid its debts
Like we have said earlier, the Greek drama will become more involved in the days ahead and much bigger players will come in.
Continue reading The battle is about to begin
The economic turmoil in Greece and elsewhere are not caused by force majeure but deliberate. It can be avoided to happen again in the future as it should not have happened in the first place, provided the creation of shadow wealth is prohibited.
Continue reading The Biggest Winner From The Greek Tragedy
There is a great probability that even with the resounding NO vote against austerity the EU Vultures will never give away their inflexible position and just let the Greek economy slide deeper into recession. This creates impetus for the BRICS Alliance to come in as it has been itching for the past few weeks before the successful Greferendum.
Continue reading Inflexible EU Creates Conditions for Russia and China to Act
July 6, 2015
The Greek default and subsequent Greek “No” vote to payments of further blood money to bankers, has put a sense of urgency to ongoing negotiations for a new financial system, according to Western and Asian sources. At the same time, the Khazarian mob is resorting to increasingly futile threats and manufactured terror incidents in an attempt to stave off its inevitable ouster from control of banking.
Continue reading Top secret negotiations continue as Greek “No” vote pressures Western oligarchy to surrender
“There is a name for what they are doing to Greece: terrorism… Why did they forced us to close banks? To strike fear into people. And when we are talking about inciting fear, this phenomenon is called terrorism,”
– Yanis Varoufakis
Continue reading Troika Lenders are Terrorists!
Previously, China hinted that it would help Greece through the EU mechanism, but now there is an idea floated through a Chinese think tank that it might do so directly as the need arises, i.e. when the people of Greece chose to abandon the one-currency European Union.
Continue reading China May Aid Greece Directly
Tsipras is, of course, right; he had to call a referendum because the troika had delivered “an ultimatum towards Greek democracy and the Greek people.” Indeed, “an ultimatum at odds with the founding principles and values of Europe.”
Continue reading Athenian Democracy vs. Neoliberal Gods
Most of us here have already understood that the whole financial system is rigged down to its core. We understand that the money they conveniently called liquidity are made out of thin air; the only stock in the market that is not subject to speculation is the human resource and the products they produced. The rest are mere pigments of their imagination and have nothing to do with the real economy.
Continue reading The Troika Swindlers Are Just Stalling, The British Monarchy is Not
Do the Greeks deserve to be free from debt slavery?
As harsh as this simple question would be, this actually applies to everyone. The rulers of the world have their own doctrine, i.e. a presumption that people must be ruled before they kill themselves with their freedom.
Continue reading Greek Default: What are the Options?
China is reportedly actively intervening in the Eurozone crisis especially with the issue on Greek default and has promised to throw in more funds to force both parties to continue talking.
Continue reading China Intervenes on Greek Default
We’ve long known that trade pacts and organized economic blocks are not really instituted for our benefit but for facilitating totalitarian control in its grandest scale, and the recent leaking of the IMF document, emphasizing the futility for Greece to have accepted the Troika’s terms, only proves that sinister objective even more.
Continue reading The Lies and Deception Known as the European Union
As expected, Greece decides to default on its fiat obligations to the Troika.
Continue reading It’s Midnight in Brussels; Greece has Defaulted!
While mainstream media are trying to dampen concerns about the possible grave effects of a Greek default to the Western economy, American patriots are being forewarned about a possible false flag event that is expected to occur on the 4th of July American Independence celebrations, and is also the eve of the Greek bailout referendum.
Continue reading FBI Insider Warns A False Flag on 4th of July
The collapse of the Greek economy is fast approaching.
There’s a very high probability that it won’t be able to pay $1.8 billion owed to the IMF this month.
Both Tsipras and Putin are said to be talking about the options in dealing with inevitable possibility of a “Grexit”.
The local banking industry is already heating up from massive withdrawals.
Continue reading Greek Banks On Verge Of Total Collapse