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Originally posted by 31337 didn't think Europeans had the nuts to stand up and fight much less riot. I wonder if they understand Socialism doesn't work because there is no such thing as unlimited money.
Originally posted by Angeldust1199
- People have never felt more divided
- Never have we been attacked with more negative vibrations
- Distrust in existing authorities are building up
- Deprive the populace of their security bases
- Science over religion.
Originally posted by detachedindividual
reply to post by northof8
I'm preparing for the worst, and I think any sensible person with any slight intelligence would do the same.
Completely agree with you here Riviera and it's something I never quite understood about the NWO/TPTB. No matter how many charts they roll out, how many numbers they crunch. Do they not understand that the most powerful, and most uncontrollable factor will ALWAYS be humans themselves? You can't honestly EVER think you can easily lump humans as just another "number" to factor in. The human spirit and desire for freedom is simply too big, too powerful to control. Yes, the massess have allowed themselves to be susceptible to their brainwashing, but piss them off enough and you'll see how quickly they destroy all your years of TV brainwashing. Iceland is the perfect example.
It can happen here in the U.S. as well, all that is needed is a charismatic leader who happens to know what we here at ATS now, and be able to let the massess know who they should be placing their anger towards, and that's the end for them. Hopefully though, this time we will do the right thing and ELIMINATE the elite PTB COMPLETELY! If the russian Burgeosie had no problem removing the Czar and all family members to make sure they wouldn't come back. We can do the same and make sure we remove THEM and their whole families COMPLETELY so they never come back, and if by some chance any happen to survive, they will think VERY HARD before trying to pull of the same crap their ancestors did.
In what historical period you reference has there been a clear group of people to blame?
And in how many of those dates you reference have there been massive figures of your money being paid to the elite bankers while getting nothing in return?
In February 1989, newly elected President George Bush announced to the American public that he would set up a programme to rescue the stricken Savings & Loan industry. The announcement made plain for the first time the depth of a financial sector crisis that had been brewing throughout the 1980s and which regulators had been unable to defuse. Estimates of a clean-up bill of around $30 to $50 billion shocked US taxpayers at the time, but turned out to be optimistic. Today we know that between 1986 and 1995, when the storm abated, the underwriting of US thrifts by the financial industry and the US taxpayer cost an extraordinary $153 billion. The extent of the disaster turned it into a major threat to the US financial system, and one of the most expensive financial sector crises the world has seen.
In what period you reference has a state declared itself bankrupt?
1. Injustice that this was man made.
2. Injustice that already wealthy corporations are being given public money while the public sees nothing in return.
3. Unemployment (which I do believe will pass your figures of previous data) is on a global scale. In the US this will affect every state at the same time, not one state in 1980, another in 1990.
4. Communication. Never before have people been able to send information instantaneously, report news without media intervention, and spread the truth instead of manipulated news.
Originally posted by odyseusz
It looks that Poland is for now the island of peace and prosperity in Europe. But I wonder how long it would take. All neighbors have plenty of major economic problems. For a long time we had no major demonstrations, people are rather optimistic.
Originally posted by cogburn
How angry is the world?
All along the coast, angry workers besieged labour offices and government buildings after dozens of factories closed their doors, without paying wages and their owners went back to Hong Kong, Taiwan or South Korea.
In southern China, hundreds of workers blocked a highway to protest against pay cuts imposed by managers. At several factories, there were scenes of chaos as police were called to stop creditors breaking in to seize equipment in lieu of debts.
In northern China, television journalists were punished after they prepared a story on the occupation of a textile mill by 6,000 workers.
Furious local leaders in the city of Linfen said the news item would "destroy social stability" and banned it.
Violent clashes in Russia as angry protesters call for Putin to resign over economy
Russia was rocked today by some of its strongest protests yet as thousands rallied across the vast country to attack the Kremlin's response to the global economic crisis.
The marches, complete with Soviet-style red flags and banners, pose a challenge to a government which has faced little threat from the fragmented opposition and politically apathetic population during the boom years fuelled by oil.
Pro-government thugs beat up some of the protesters.