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Former Bank of England Governor Confirms European Financial Crisis is Deliberate

 

In a little-reported statement given on March 1st at the influential London School of Economics in the UK, Lord Mervyn King, the former Governor of the Bank of England, confirmed that the financial crisis afflicting Europe since 2009 is essentially the result of a “deliberate” act of policy. Highly critical of the destructive economic strategies of the Brussels EU, he predicted that, in order to free its weakest member countries from the strangulating combination of austerity measures and high unemployment they are suffering from, the euro currency zone will have to be dismantled. 

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ΕΜΣ, ΕΕ και ευρω (κειμενο και βιντεο)

ESM, EU and euro  (video in german with greek, italian and english subs)

Τα παρακάτω φοβερά στοιχεία κι ακόμα περισσότερα μπορείτε να δείτε σε βίντεο που δημοσιοποιήθηκε τον Αύγουστο του 2012 (σε γερμανική γλώσσα με υπότιτλους στα ελληνικά, αγγλικά, ιταλικά). Δεδομένου ότι ο Πρωθυπουργός ζήτησε χρηματοδότηση από τον ΕΜΣ, πρέπει ο ελληνικός Λαός να μάθει τι είναι αυτό το τερατούργημα και να απαιτήσει από την Κυβέρνηση να ανακαλέσει αυτό το αίτημα.

Με τη θέσπιση του Ευρωπαϊκού Μηχανισμού Σταθερότητας (ΕΜΣ) δημιουργείται ένας οργανισμός ανώτερος από τις Κυβερνήσεις των χωρών, που θα μπορεί να τυπώνει χρήμα απεριόριστα. Η έκδοση  χρήματος είναι πάντα η ίδια «λύση» που επιβάλλει μια οικονομική ολιγαρχία όταν οι τράπεζες βρίσκονται σε κρίση. Έτσι όμως υποφέρουν οι άνθρωποι, οι οποίοι έχουν την ελάχιστη ευθύνη γι αυτές τις κρίσεις. Οδηγούνται σε ολοκληρωτική καταστροφή μέ κατασχέσεις του κτηνωδέστερου είδους  και με  τον υπερπληθωρισμό. (more…)

ESM : the new dictatorship / MES : la nuova dittatura / ΕΜΣ : η νέα δικτατορία

Deutsche Sprache  /  Subtitles in english  /  sottotitoli italiani  / ελληνικοί υπότιτλοι 

Auch für diejenige, die bescheid wissen um was ESM wirklich geht, gibt es sehr interessante Geständnisse nach Minute 09:57 !
Even for those who know well what EMS is, there are some very interesting confessions after minute 09:57 !
Anche per chi sa bene che cos’ è MES, ci sono alcune confessioni molto interessanti dopo 09:57 !
Ακόμα και γι αυτούς που ξέρουν καλά τι είναι ο ΕΜΣ, υπάρχουν κάποιες πολύ ενδιαφέρουσες ομολογίες μετά το λεπτό 09:57 !
 

Cyprus: Savage Austerity Measures and Economic Dictatorship

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By Jordan Shilton and Chris Marsden

Global Research, March 24, 2013

Cyprus’ fate illustrates how the European Union imposes the dictatorship of the global speculators, banks and corporations on the working class. The EU yesterday continued to demand massive austerity in Cyprus to raise €6 billion ($7.8 billion) in return for a €10 billion bank bailout.

The island country has been the centre of an escalating financial crisis, with its parliament voting Wednesday to reject proposals to raise the necessary funds by taking money from anyone with deposits in Cypriot banks.

A new vote on whether to impose a “haircut” on depositors was delayed until today. The EU and European Central Bank (ECB) dismissed proposals by Cypriot politicians—themselves wholly reactionary—to create a “solidarity fund” to raise the six billion demanded.

Cyprus’s aim was to preserve its financial relations with Russia and force workers to pay the price by nationalising pension funds to pay the debts of the super-rich. Other proposals included seeking contributions from the church and selling gold reserves—all in order to avoid levying a significant one-off levy on major depositors.

However, the EU bluntly dismissed these measures as insufficient. German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared baldly after a parliamentary meeting of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), “We want Cyprus to remain in the euro zone”, but insisted that its “current business model is dead.”

The ECB has insisted that the levy on investors should be re-imposed—this time with a widely-anticipated penalty of 15 percent on depositors with balances over €100,000, as initially rejected by Nicosia. If not, it was made clear that proposals had been discussed to prepare for and limit the impact of a Cypriot exit from the euro zone. (more…)