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Athens: IMF brutality caught on tape --> New World Order has arrived

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posted on May, 12 2011 @ 07:25 PM
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Welcome to the new world order, where freedom of speech and the right to peaceful protest is met by a Billy club and a kick to the head.

I just watch a video for history class where the IMF loan money to developing countries at high interest rate, and when they can't pay it back the IMF forces trading policy on the developing country, turning them into corporate slaves and sweatshop.

We are the resistance against this banking cartel terrorism. They will fall, people are beginning to stir and gold and silver are spiking and manipulated. Buy silver and gold.

Down with IMF and NWO



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posted on May, 12 2011 @ 07:37 PM
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I feel physically sick. This is vile and must be stopped at all costs.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 07:38 PM
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I can't believe the way those cops were beating that man. That guy who ran up and kicked him in the head should be ashamed of himself and his lack of humanity. But I was curious what makes this IMF, because the shields said Athens police? Is there a connection I'm missing?

Either way, the world is a grim and brutal place like it has always been. It's just the location that's changed, no more massive battle fronts.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 07:47 PM
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They are rioting for more money from a government that has none. It's like going to an empty fridge and expecting to find food suddenly appear on the shelves. They chose a Nanny State and all the predictions of what would happen came true. You reap what you sew and if you don't produce wealth, the money runs dry. They can riot until they are old and gray, but if they don't rebuild all the rioting and childish nonsense in the world won't change anything.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 07:51 PM
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Originally posted by JewelFlip
I can't believe the way those cops were beating that man. That guy who ran up and kicked him in the head should be ashamed of himself and his lack of humanity. But I was curious what makes this IMF, because the shields said Athens police? Is there a connection I'm missing?

Either way, the world is a grim and brutal place like it has always been. It's just the location that's changed, no more massive battle fronts.



Yes, there is a connection. The IMF is the terrorist that charges country with high interest rate. Greece was ripped off by goldmansach another bank.

Down with the bankers. The banks are the enemy not greece. Get it right.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 07:51 PM
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Spot on. Violence is always disagreeable at best but the current situation in many countries is such that there aren't many options left. Personally, I really hope that the (fewer) social programs the U.S. has in place can be retained but there are many systemic abuses that must be addressed to see that the money involved actually goes to people in true need who lack other options. Europeans have had a pretty nice run with the welfare state, and now most of them need to face the music.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 07:52 PM
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They need to pull out of the euro, return to drachma, then maybe it will collapse and they owe lots of worthless paper



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 07:53 PM
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Originally posted by Blaine91555
reply to post by MIDNIGHTSUN
 


They are rioting for more money from a government that has none. It's like going to an empty fridge and expecting to find food suddenly appear on the shelves. They chose a Nanny State and all the predictions of what would happen came true. You reap what you sew and if you don't produce wealth, the money runs dry. They can riot until they are old and gray, but if they don't rebuild all the rioting and childish nonsense in the world won't change anything.



dammit, you really would love the new world order in charge which the IMF is the new world order. no thanks dude



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 07:56 PM
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Originally posted by MIDNIGHTSUN

Originally posted by JewelFlip
I can't believe the way those cops were beating that man. That guy who ran up and kicked him in the head should be ashamed of himself and his lack of humanity. But I was curious what makes this IMF, because the shields said Athens police? Is there a connection I'm missing?

Either way, the world is a grim and brutal place like it has always been. It's just the location that's changed, no more massive battle fronts.



Yes, there is a connection. The IMF is the terrorist that charges country with high interest rate. Greece was ripped off by goldmansach another bank.

Down with the bankers. The banks are the enemy not greece. Get it right.


While I agree that the IMF takes advantage, countries are not required to take their loans in the first place. They make the choice to do so.
Now, that said, the IMF tells countries who are unable to pay that they must follow the trade plan set out by the IMF until they repay. It seems to me that if the IMF believes their own hype that they are for the good of these developing nations then they would give the money contingent upon following those trade plans from the start. And, if after five years things aren't on track in the country, the IMF should have to take the loss and the country should be free and clear. The fact that they don't do it that way indicates that they already know their plans will not benefit the country and make them wealthy.

It's sad too. I have actually known a lot of people who have worked for the IMF/World Bank and at their level, those people actually believe that they are doing good. How such good people can be confused into putting their time and energy into this organization and not see the actual end result for what it is, well, that I will never be able to understand.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 07:59 PM
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Originally posted by watcher3339

Originally posted by MIDNIGHTSUN

Originally posted by JewelFlip
I can't believe the way those cops were beating that man. That guy who ran up and kicked him in the head should be ashamed of himself and his lack of humanity. But I was curious what makes this IMF, because the shields said Athens police? Is there a connection I'm missing?

Either way, the world is a grim and brutal place like it has always been. It's just the location that's changed, no more massive battle fronts.



Yes, there is a connection. The IMF is the terrorist that charges country with high interest rate. Greece was ripped off by goldmansach another bank.

Down with the bankers. The banks are the enemy not greece. Get it right.


While I agree that the IMF takes advantage, countries are not required to take their loans in the first place. They make the choice to do so.
Now, that said, the IMF tells countries who are unable to pay that they must follow the trade plan set out by the IMF until they repay. It seems to me that if the IMF believes their own hype that they are for the good of these developing nations then they would give the money contingent upon following those trade plans from the start. And, if after five years things aren't on track in the country, the IMF should have to take the loss and the country should be free and clear. The fact that they don't do it that way indicates that they already know their plans will not benefit the country and make them wealthy.

It's sad too. I have actually known a lot of people who have worked for the IMF/World Bank and at their level, those people actually believe that they are doing good. How such good people can be confused into putting their time and energy into this organization and not see the actual end result for what it is, well, that I will never be able to understand.


debt does not matter but interest rate of 33% is totalitarian
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posted on May, 13 2011 @ 03:38 AM
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Peaceful protests? These protests are far from peaceful...




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posted on May, 13 2011 @ 03:43 AM
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And yet we keep marching on, for the same ptb to fill their pockets.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 04:08 AM
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Not many people are aware that the video posted by the op was triggered by the killing of a 44 year old man who was on his way to his vehicle to take his wife to hospital as she was in the procees of giving birth to his newborn daughter. The person was stabbed to death from behind based on surveillance cameras at adjusent stores. This then escalated to a reprisal from greeks as the perpetrator was identified, again based on video of being a dark colored person more than likely from Pakistan. Short time later, two people riding a motocycle we seen chasing an individual who later also killed. The people on the motorbike were apparently greek and the person killed was pakistan. Off beat and rational thinking suggests is that the word was put out on the streets either turn in the people responsible for greek who was murdered or central athens will become their grave. All this coincided with a various protests at the time and as such it all went to hell as the video shows. The person being kicked on the ground is currently in hospital in the i.c. ward and still remains there in a touch and go situation. The riot police in the video were identified and as such have been suspended along with the captain who was in charge of the riot police squad.

What i feel is that the government is to announce a nation wide clean up of all illegals and repatriate them to their chosen nations. Having dealt with greeks in the past on many occasions, they are a peaceful nation but its a nation you simply don't want to piss off, although they have a high tolerance level but they have a severe case of going extreme to the point of insanity when they are provoked, now bind this to their current economic problems we begin to see how volatile and how easy this can spread across into italy as they are also facing similar problems. I guess this accounts for the meeting between greece and italy several hours ago. .



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 04:21 AM
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What if I tell you that countries ARE required to take loans. In my country , Romania - banks threatened to pull out if the Romanian government does not take loans to cover all the debt of the population. Luckily the idea of "debt" was quite new so no impressive amount of money were needed. However, the idea is : the banking cartel managed to push the government to contract loans, "or else". In the situation of other states, leaders are bribed by the economical assassins, yet if they reject to collaborate they are replaced. Watch the "story of an economical assassin " on youtube..




posted on May, 13 2011 @ 04:23 AM
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How Goldman Sachs Helped Greece to Mask its True Debtwww.spiegel.de...
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posted on May, 13 2011 @ 04:28 AM
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Don't be shy.
Go ahead an read what Hitler did to solve this problem.


Germany’s money wasn’t backed by gold. It was essentially a receipt for labor and materials delivered to the government. Hitler said, “For every mark issued, we required the equivalent of a mark’s worth of work done, or goods produced.” The government paid workers in Certificates. Workers spent those Certificates on other goods and services, thus creating more jobs for more people. In this way the German people climbed out of the crushing debt imposed on them by the international bankers.

Within two years, the unemployment problem had been solved, and Germany was back on its feet.


blog post: Hitler's Bank; Hitler did not want war

Then do more research and draw your own conclusions.

But don't show me riot footage about people angry about a murder, mix it up with banking, and start calling for people to buy gold.

I disapprove of this thread and my contribution too it.
Excuse me while I go wash my hands.

David Grouchy



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 11:38 AM
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If all money needed to account for a growing economy is issued at an interest, then all countries owe all the money issued PLUS interest. In such a system there are only a few winners as far as gamers go, (Only the countries with a strong export) but the banks always win.

Think about it, the more the country produces, the more money needs to be put in circulation, else you get hyperDEflation. So the more a country grows, the more it owes unless they export their growth.

The money system needs to be overhauled.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 08:25 PM
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So this is the... what? 591st sign that the NWO is upon us?



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 08:29 PM
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I swear to all that is holy and on my childrens' lives that if I were brutally beaten like a dog in the street as was this man I would devote the rest of my life to destroying each and every person who savagely beat me and those who enable and grant him color of law to act without accountability.



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