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Greece: Burning Banks


Here a wee vid showing “The worst riot damage in years has struck Greek cities as MPs pass harsh new austerity measures. Amateur video shows violent protests in central Volos, where a branch of one of Greece’s largest banks – Eurobank – was torched.”. (2012-05-13)

I was particularly impressed with some of the comments:

  • “one day all the banks all over the world will be on fire :)”
  • “Let the temples of the money-changers burn! Let the cradle of democracry become the grave of usury.”
  • “MESSAGE TO THE 99%. Let the globalisation of bank-burning commence!! They want a new world order, let’s fucking give them 1!!!!!”
  • “They got the money out first right?”

Video from: http://youtu.be/oIVdnKc1BDI

 

Iceland: How The People Defeated The E.U. And Bankers


From: http://beforeitsnews.com/story/2118/197/Iceland-_How_The_People_Defeated_The_E.U._And_Bankers.html

In Iceland, the people has made the government resign, the primary banks have been nationalized, it was decided to not pay the debt that these created with Great Britain and Holland due to their bad financial politics and a public assembly has been created to rewrite the constitution.

And all of this in a peaceful way. A whole revolution against the powers that have created the current global crisis. This is why there hasn’t been any publicity during the last two years: What would happen if the rest of the EU citizens took this as an example?

Timeline:

  • 2008. The main bank of the country is nationalized. The Krona, the currency of Iceland devalues and the stock market stops. The country is in bankruptcy
  • 2008. The citizens protest in front of parliament and manage to get new elections that make the resignation of the prime minister and his whole government. The country is in bad economic situation. A law proposes paying back the debt to Great Britain and Holland through the payment of 3,500 million euros, which will be paid by the people of Iceland monthly during the next 15 years, with a 5.5% interest.
  • 2010. The people go out in the streets and demand a referendum. In January 2010 the president denies the approval and announces a popular meeting. In March the referendum and the denial of payment is voted in by 93%. Meanwhile the government has initiated an investigation to bring to justice those responsible for the crisis, and many high level executives and bankers are arrested. The Interpol dictates an order that make all the implicated parties leave the country.

In this crisis an assembly is elected to rewrite a new Constitution which can include the lessons learned from this, and which will substitute the current one (a copy of the Danish Constitution).

25 citizens are chosen, with no political affiliation, out of the 522 candidates. For candidacy all that was needed was to be an adult and have the support of 30 people. The constitutional assembly starts in February of 2011 to present the ‘carta magna’ from the recommendations given by the different assemblies happening throughout the country. It must be approved by the current Parliament and by the one constituted through the next legislative elections.

So in summary of the Icelandic revolution:

  • resignation of the whole government
  • nationalization of the bank.
  • referendum so that the people can decide over the economic decisions.
  • incarcerating the responsible parties
  • rewriting of the constitution by its people

Have we been informed of this through the media? Has any political program in radio or TV commented on this?

No!

The Icelandic people have been able to show that there is a way to beat the system and has given a democracy lesson to the world.

 

Keep Asking: “When did The Crown get ownership?”


The North Will Rise Again.

From: http://www.forvik.com/

The Simple Question: When did Shetland become part of Scotland? – and what it means to you,  wherever you are.

The intent of this website is entirely serious, but there’s no harm in having a little fun along the way.

There’s lots of bad stuff going on – and getting worse as the Powers That Were slowly lose their grip. This site is not interested in breaking the existing system – it’s already broken and doesn’t need our help to finally collapse. In Forvik we’re setting up a society run by rules that people want to live by. Members from all over the world are contributing to what will provide a model by which societies worldwide can work. This is just the beginning, but watch what can be achieved in 12 months time.

Forvik is Shetland in microcosm. Shetland’s unique history gives it the opportunity to challenge big government and Forvik is leading the way.

The whole of the UK government’s authority in Shetland rests on the assumption that Shetland is part of Scotland. My research since 2002 into Shetland’s unique history leads me to the inescapable conclusion that it never happened – and that it could never have happened.

If I am right (and so far, nobody has proved me wrong), the implications are simply huge.

  • It means that the UK government never had the right to appropriate Shetland’s seabed and license oil companies to extract the oil.
  • It means they never had the authority to use Shetland’s fisheries as a bargaining chip to enter the EEC.
  • It means that Shetland has been subject to a massive fraud perpetrated at the highest level for hundreds of years.
  • It means that Shetland could not have been incorporated into the UK, let alone the EU.
  • It means that the people of Shetland have the right to decide what relationship they have with Scotland, The United Kingdom and The European Union.
  • It means that every Shetland land-owner stands above the Queen in Shetland.

See also: http://www.sovereignshetland.com/

 

“EU – The Hidden Local Issue”


From: http://youtu.be/0k6J7Bg8kg0

“This video aims to highlight a sample of just 8 local issues upon which the EU Parliament has usurped the control of central and local government in the UK – often to disastrous effect. Some appear scandalous, others farcical, but all illustrate that the EU is the hidden local issue. www.hiddenlocalissue.co.uk

This film was produced by the Europe of Freedom & Democracy Group in the European Parliament. It incorporates EU-critics, eurosceptics and eurorealists. The main goals of the Group are to reject the Treaty establishing a constitution for Europe and to oppose all forms of centralisation.”

Via (with Thanks): http://niklowe.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/so-you-think-our-government-runs.html

So you think our Government runs the country.

Well think again. Why do you think “Call Me Dave” has done all those U turns? It’s our masters in the EU who are really calling the shots.

See also: http://www.efdgroup.eu/

 

European Courts: Police kettling is lawful


The madness continues. One day, one day soon, we will bite back.

From: http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2012/03/493571.html

European Courts rule police kettling tactic lawful

The European Courts of Human Rights has ruled today that the UK police tactic of kettling protesters is lawful and does not infringe in article 5 of Convention on Human Rights – the right to liberty and security.

The judgement was based on a case brought before the courts by protesters who were kettled in Oxford Circus in central London for over seven hours during the 2001 Mayday anti-capitalist protests. More than 1,500 were detained without access to food water or toilet facilities by police for a fear of ‘beach of the peace’ despite there being no major outbreaks of violence during the day of protest.

Previously the police did not have the power to detain people against their will unless it was for arrest purposes. The European courts have now given the police the green light to deprive individuals of their liberty – even if they have done nothing illegal or committed a crime, for long periods of time under ‘public order’ tactics.

David Pannick QC, who represented the police argued “kettling” did not violate the human rights code. He said the code’s guarantee of liberty – except for individuals lawfully held in criminal matters – was not meant to concern “mere restrictions of movement”.

The court stated: “The police had imposed the cordon to isolate and contain a large crowd in dangerous and volatile conditions. This had been the least intrusive and most effective means to protect the public from violence. Although the police tried to start dispersing the crowd throughout the afternoon, they had been unable to do so as the danger had persisted.”

Adding: “Even by 2001, advances in communications technology had made it possible to mobilise protesters rapidly and covertly on a hitherto unknown scale. Article 5 did not have to be construed in such a way as to make it impracticable for the police to fulfil their duties of maintaining order and protecting the public.”

The judges voted 14-3 in favour of the police, re-enforcing the 2009 House of Lords verdict that kettling as a crowd control measure was “necessary, proportionate and lawful”.

It was the first time the court in Strasbourg had been asked to rule on kettling.

 

Movement “I Don’t Pay”


From: http://youtu.be/eUFBcczPeRo

Leftists shine when it comes to direct action. And that’s what they are doing in Greece and elsewhere in Europe in response to bankster imposed austerity measures — direct action at the point of highway robbery.

In the video, we see students and unemployed workers shutting down public transportation toll collection. It’s called the “I Won’t Pay” movement. It began last year in Greece and has spread to other locales on the continent, including Spain and Sweden.

Thousands of Greeks are now refusing to validate their public transit tickets following well-publicized protests by leftists and communists in response to ticket price hikes by the government.

Some believe this sort of civil disobedience is ineffective and merely theatrical, but it is a good way for people to make a point — they are opposed to the state acting as an enforcer for the IMF, the World Bank and the international bankers.

COURAGE BREAKS OUT IN GREECE, SPAIN & SWEDEN

The article and video shows masses of citizens in Greece, Spain and Sweden, refusing to pay the increased tolls and transportation fares imposed on them through the austerity from the globalist bankers.

Increased taxes, reduced wages and benefits and higher indirect taxes through those tolls and fees, have brought millions to their knees. All this to pay a very few international bankers interest on money they create “in their basement”. Many of us have been suggesting civil disobedience against our government masters. The refusal of paying tolls is a great start.

Back in the 1950′s the greater Chicago area began constructing toll ways in order to relieve congestion. Those government masters promised to remove the tolls once the roads were paid for. Of course they lied. 60 years later the tolls not only still exist, but a few years ago, they were doubled. On top of that some of the toll roads were sold to foreign interests for a fraction of their value. I had suggested back then, don’t pay them. With 6 million commuters using the Chicago toll roads every day, civil disobedience on the part of even 100,000 daily would bring the system down and return control to the people.

It always comes back to the same thing – courage. I didn’t say not to be afraid. Courage exists in the face of fear. Unfortunately, we have to look at Europe for those examples. Even so, their disobedience could put them in jeopardy, but they have no choice. We must remember government power comes from money and police. Hopefully our police and military will soon figure this out and return to defending the Constitution. If they don’t, they will soon see they also are disposable.

Maybe Texans outraged by the Trans Texas Corridor and proposed toll roads should think about following the lead of Greek leftists.

TTC : Not for me!!!!!

http://www.oxidiodia.gr
http://www.kinimadenplirono.gr
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuETrd030F8&feature=player_embedded

 

See also: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41723432/ns/business-world_business/t/i-wont-pay-movement-spreads-across-greece/#.T0pZvPXDLEl

 

IMF by Deek Jackson


In under 1 minute.

From: http://youtu.be/sugnMztbVPs

 
 
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