PROTESTS ERUPT ACROSS GREECE IN MAKE OR BREAK WEEKS


*GREEKS HAVE ONE LAST CHANCE IN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS TO STOP ANNIHILATION THROUGH TSIPRAS’S BANKSTER TAXES AND OPEN DOORS POLICY.

*THE POLICE SHOULD STAND DOWN AND LET THE PROTESTORS TAKE OVER THE GOVERNMENT, CLOSE THE COUNTRIES’ BORDERS AND IMPLEMENT SOVEREIGN MONEY AND SOLON’S DEBT REFORMS.

*ELECTIONS RIGGED BY US OWNED COMPANY HEADED BY FORMER CIA DIRECTOR DAVID PETRAEUS?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/9623863/IMFs-epic-plan-to-conjure-away-debt-and-dethrone-bankers.html

Protests against Alexis Tsipras’s new round of bankster taxes have escalated with state hospital workers clashing with police, farmers blocking highways, professional associations and seamen calling strikes.

http://www.seattletimes.com/business/protests-escalate-against-greek-pension-reform/

The protests represent the very last chance of Greek people to stop financial ruin, mass starvation as well as the flooding of the country with millions of Muslim migrants as a result of the open doors policy of Tsipras and Panos Kammenos.

The police should stand down, report sick or find something else to do in Athens when the demonstrations take place such as checking the growing number illegal Muslim migrants entering the country for weapons or attending to false flag terror alerts.

Experience shows that new elections will bring almost certainly bring no change of policy.

Indeed, questions need to be raised about the validity of the election results in Greece for years. Singular Logic, an IT company which is owned by KKR a US investment fund headed by former CIA director David Petraeus exercises a monopoly on all aspects of Greek elections, and without apparently without adequate oversight.

http://info.kopp-verlag.de/hintergruende/enthuellungen/udo-ulfkotte/was-deutsche-medien-verschweigen-die-cia-und-der-countdown-in-athen.html

If elections are being rigged, if Tsipras is elected by the rigged IT programmes of Singular Logic, new elections likely will offer no way out of the blind alley.

The new opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis is another US educated banker, was part of the last administration, axed public service jobs as part of bankster austerity, none of which augurs well for Greece.

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