GREEK OLIGARCHS AND PRIVATE BANKERS SCORE OWN GOAL AS BANKS FACE INSOLVENCY AND SOCIAL TENSIONS RISE

GREEK OLIGARCHS AND PRIVATE BANKERS SCORE OWN GOAL AS BANKS FACE INSOLVENCY AND SOCIAL TENSIONS RISE

https://birdflu666.wordpress.com/2015/07/07/greek-oligarchs-and-private-bankers-score-own-goal-as-banks-face-insolvency-and-social-tensions-rise/

*GREEK OLIGARCHS SCORE OWN GOAL

*EUROZONE TALKS OF GREEK EXIT

*MORE SIGNS OF ORCHESTRATED VIOLENCE

*ATHENS POPULAR MAYOR THE NEXT TARGET?

Another day, another failed media stunt. Newly appointed Greek Finance Minister Euklid Tsakalotos turned up at a crucial Eurogroup meeting today, trying to look for the cameras as if he was fighting for the interests of Greek people and not the Greek Oligarchs and ship owners. Carelessly, he forgot to bring any new proposals on taxing, finally, those very same ship owners and Oligarchs, a step which would help stop the country crashing out of the eurozone in the next few days…

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/jul/07/syriza-failed-deal-greece-alexis-tsipras

http://www.bild.de/politik/ausland/finanzminister/so-tickt-griechenlands-neuer-finanzminister-41671546.bild.html

The smoke and mirrors from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras continues with a change in style, but not substance in Tsakalotos.

Calling Tsipras’ bluff, the eurozone has sent Tsakalotos on this way today with the European Commission Vice President warning that Greece faces an imminent liquidity crunch and an exit from the euro.

The Germans especially are refusing to send more euros to the Oligarchs, shipowners and private bankers of Greece via the so called bailouts.

http://www.spiegel.de/politik/deutschland/griechenland-abgeordnete-wueten-im-netz-ueber-referendum-a-1042446.html

CSU politician Johannes Singhammer captured the mood that Greece is not the only country with poor and unemployed people.

“Why should a pensioner from Munich indirectly enable rich Greek shipowners to pay too little tax?” he tweeted.

In a tightening of the noose, the ECB has left the level of emergency funding unchanged at €89bn, but is asking for more collateral.

Facing insolvency on Wednesday, Greek banks are preparing to raid their depositors to get their hands on cash and keep themselves going for a few more days.

http://news.forexlive.com/!/ft-greek-banks-considering-bail-in-haircut-of-at-least-30-on-deposits-above-8000-20150703

Banks are closed. Withdrawals are limited to de facto 50 euros a day after 20 euro notes have run out. Pensioners can only get 120 euros out a week and have to queue at special banks. Motorways are empty. Supermarket shelves are raided. Hotels are warning they are running out of food.

The first signs of orchestrated violence are appearing. Popular Athens mayor George Kaminis is to be the target of protests, according to British socialist Kevin Ovenden, handsomely paid by George Soros, G4S or MI5, one wouldn’t wonder.

http://www.marxist.com/greek-referendum-a-slap-in-the-face-for-the-troika-what-next.htm

A report by British socialist Kevin Ovenden in Athens, reveals discussions taking at a hospital: “We should surround the City Hall in Athens until Giorgos Kaminis resigns.” Kaminis is the centre-left politician who helped front the Yes campaign and is widely believed to have abused municipal facilities to do so.

Kaminis is an independent politician and a unifying leadership force. He should be put under police protection.

He led the Yes rally held parallel to the No rally just before the referendum, which nearly resulted in riots. Organized thugs, many dressed in black and wearing helmets, a uniform familiar from the Colour Revolution in Kiev , tried to attack the No rally protestors but were stopped by Greek police.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-07-03/police-fire-tear-gas-stun-grenades-ahead-tspiras-speech-live-feed

Billionaire George Soros, who is very active in Greece setting up health and legal centres, funded the Ferguson riots to the tune of 33 million dollars.

http://www.infowars.com/the-mysterious-sponsor-behind-the-ferguson-protests-and-media-campaign-george-soros/

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