Dear comrades, The European Union is evolving more and more into an empire. On September 15th this year, Guy Verhofstadt, a Member of the European Parliament (MEP), the EU's chief negotiator on Brexit and leader of the EU's Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe faction, spoke at a Lib.-Dem party congress of the United … Continue reading The speech of the President of the EPAM, Dimitris Kazakis, presented at the Université d’automne conference, held in La Rochelle, France, 8/11/2019
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Advance Unedited Version Distr.: General 29 February 2016 Original: English Human Rights Council Thirty-first session Agenda item 3 Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development. Report of the Independent Expert on the effects of foreign debt and other related international financial obligations of … Continue reading Report of the UN independent expert on the effects of foreign debt to human rights in Greece, 29 Feb. 2016
First They Jailed the Bankers, Now Every Icelander to Get Paid in Bank Sale by Claire Bernish First, Iceland jailed its crooked bankers for their direct involvement in the financial crisis of 2008. Now, every Icelander will receive a payout for the sale of one of its three largest banks, Íslandsbanki. If Finance Minister Bjarni Benediktsson … Continue reading Every Icelander May Receive 30,000 ISK From Bank Sale !
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By Michael Nevradakis, 99GetSmart It was just four months ago, though it already seems like a lifetime away, when Greece’s celebrity finance minister Yanis Varoufakis publicly stated that “creative ambiguity” won the country a “loan lifeline” from the institutions formerly known as the troika: the European Central Bank, the European Commission, and the International Monetary … Continue reading The Truth About Greece: Syriza’s Creatively Ambiguous Referendum
Η Ελλάδα χρειάζεται διαγραφή χρέους και ανάπτυξη. Υπογράφουν 35 οικονομολόγοι. From The Guardian Pensioners taking part in a protest against austerity outside the Greek financial ministry in Athens in December. Photograph: Petros Giannakouris/AP As economists, we note that the historical evidence demonstrates the futility and dangers of imposing unsustainable debt and repayment conditions on debtor … Continue reading Greece needs debts cancelled and growth – signed by economists
By Ellen Brown * If Argentina were in a high-stakes chess match, the country’s actions this week would be the equivalent of flipping over all the pieces on the board. – David Dayen, Fiscal Times, August 22, 2014 August 27, 2014 "ICH" - Argentina is playing hardball with the vulture funds, which have been trying … Continue reading Colonization by Bankruptcy: The High-stakes Chess Match for Argentina
Michael Nevradakis: Joining us today on Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series is Dimitris Kazakis, the economist and the general secretary of EPAM, Greece’s United Popular Front. Mr. Kazakis, thank you for joining us today. Dimitris Kazakis: Thank you for having me. Michael Nevradakis:Let’s begin with a discussion about Greece’s current presidency of the … Continue reading Dimitris Kazakis’ interview on Dialogos Radio 03.02.2014
Madrid, December 5thASOCIACIÓN "DEMOCRACIA REAL YA"(REAL DEMOCRACY NOW!)http://firstname.lastname@example.orgAs a result of the two day international conference hosted by EPAM and regarded "the Debt, the national currency and Democracy", all of the participants decided to create a european movement against the economic crisis that the E.E. and the eurozone have generated.1. What are your first thoughts … Continue reading Interview of Pablo Erlantz Jaén, President of “Asociación DEMOCRACIA REAL YA”, Spain, to “HONI” newspaper