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World Elite put Greece for Sale

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posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 02:32 AM
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Yes, the title is correct, Greece is for sale, the first item for sale is Greece's historic ports, place your bets




"Greece started to sell off its historic ports over the weekend as the financially challenged nation tries to raise $73.2 billion (EUR 50 billion) to qualify for the second tranche of its $159 billion (EUR 110 billion) bailout from the International Monetary Fund and the European Union."

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Place your bet on item number two which is the largest telecom firm in Greece,



Place your bets on item number three, which is the biggest electricity producer of company, called Public Power Corp (PPC). The Greek government own 51% of PPC, now selling all its shares for the highest bidder:



Place your bets on item number four, a horse racing organization, have you ever dreamed of owning a horse racing organization? Now we have Horse Racing Organization of Greece (ODIE) for sale, here is your chance.



Place your bets on item number 5 which is Europe's largest betting company called OPEP, it comprises of lotteries and Sport betting slash gambling.



Place your bets on item number 6 which is a commercial bank called Hellenic Postbank



Don't mind the girls, it is for sale


Place your bets on item number 7 which is state controlled rail lines



Last but not least, the privatization of water supplies. This will be an interesting bet, like many have predicted here in ATS and in the opinion section of News outlets, that the war of the future will revolve around water supplies.



The basics of what is on sale :


Sources note that consultants for Athens International Airport have already appointed, while the proposed list includes:
• The concession of ports and airports with long-term contracts
• The extension of concession period for Athens International Airport
• The sale of a stake of Public Gas Corporation
• The sale of a 49% stake of Casino Mont Parnes
• The privatization of state lotteries through concessions
• Finding a strategic investor in Hellenic Post
• The sale of a stake of OTE, Hellenic Defense Systems and Larko
• Renewal of OPAP’s licenses
• Licenses for online betting and “slots”
• The concession of Egnatia Odos
• The sale of TRAINOSE
• The sale of state stakes in banks (Hellenic Postbank, ATEbank, Consignment and Loans Fund)
The privatization of water supply companies (EYDAP, EYATH)

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posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 02:35 AM
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It is very sad.. and living by a port town that was sold off by the British government to a foreign investor in the 80s I can say that it has not been good for the town, and from that experience can not see this being good for Greece.
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posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 02:46 AM
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I can't help but laugh. Yes, it's all very tragic and sad, but then again that's how it's suppose to be. It's all nonsense but also a very real part of our reality, for now. It is funny to see all of that for sale, to the highest bidder
Property and money suck


Awesome find and post btw, S&F

I found this

Biggest anti-memorandum protest in Syntagma square




by (Reuters) , (Athens News Web) 5 Jun 2011 "Thieves - hustlers - bankers," read one banner as tens of thousands of people packed the main Syntagma square outside parliament to vent their frustration over rising joblessness as austerity bites, blaming the crisis on political corruption and government incompetence.

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posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 03:17 AM
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so so sad
this is what happens when you mix
mega-corporations with government
austerity.

I hope the Greek population can
fix their problems and stay away
from banking cartels.

best wishes to the Greeks



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 04:42 AM
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I would think the two main bidder's would be the Russians and Chinese, who else has any money? oh yeah, opec countries, anyway, I don't see any English speakers having that sought of dough, unless Soros steps in, but would he buy bankrupt stock?



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 04:43 AM
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They love humiliating Greece because its the birthplace of Democracy.

The NWO has a special place in their warped sense of humor for poor little Greece.



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 05:10 AM
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This is a nastyt scam and it is not going to stop at greece..



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 05:14 AM
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Originally posted by purplemer
This is a nasty scam and it is not going to stop at greece..


Privatized water must be among the most heinous of all evils man has yet to concoct.
I have seen it coming for some time, but I always hoped it would be tomorrow rather than today.



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 07:28 AM
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What gets me is it would seem over time that Greece would make more money by hanging on to these assets rather than selling them. Surley that lotto/gambling company must rake in the money if its anything like the casinos and lotteries in the US. Looks like they are trading away long term financial strength for a short term cash infusion, doesnt seem smart to me.



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 07:35 AM
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Originally posted by purplemer
This is a nastyt scam and it is not going to stop at greece..

Indeed, put nations in debt then own them, make them sell out, it's what the (IMF) world bank does.



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 07:56 AM
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reply to post by Never Despise
 


It is the Light of Greece which still illuminates the intellectual and spiritual world of Western Civilization. It is alarming to see this sovereign nation deceived into abandoning everything that is holy to our culture and marched lockstep like automatons into the grasping hands of lesser men with smaller minds.

Greek individuals must slough off the dark cloak of collective thought and action. Toss it to the ground, look back over your shoulder. The Light of Greece is right there behind you...waiting. And it illuminates every ONE.


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posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 07:56 AM
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Originally posted by lokdog
What gets me is it would seem over time that Greece would make more money by hanging on to these assets rather than selling them. Surley that lotto/gambling company must rake in the money if its anything like the casinos and lotteries in the US. Looks like they are trading away long term financial strength for a short term cash infusion, doesnt seem smart to me.


the IMF is trying to expand its power from financial to political. Now IMF wants to control Greek industries, next thing it will start pullings strings through those industries.

It is a brilliant plan, all came to existence through interests. Greece doesn't have enough money to pay back the loans, their credit ratings are going down, and if they don't get enough money by selling their national pride then they will hit default (I don't even know what that means for god sakes)..

I feel like I know what I'm talking about but at the same time feel like asking someone to tell me whether I'm touching the right surface


Maybe the IMF shakeup has something to do with failed European states and the potential control IMF can gain through it. Therefore who ever controls IMF will have almost full access to those failing states.



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 07:58 AM
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The protests are gaining momentum, I believe a revolution will occur and Greeks will stop the infiltration of International bankers.



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 07:59 AM
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Ah well... time to use Law of Attraction again...


(after week a new topic created by me appears: How I used Law of Attraction to buy off whole Greece).



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 08:08 AM
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how can the banks or corporations
sell assets that belong to the Greek people ???

The banks fleeced and robbed the public.
The banks then used that stolen money
to bailout the corporations running
the infrastructure. So IMO, when they
go belly up, the population of Greeks
should re-possess it. It's theirs.
Selling it by the banks or stockholders
is illegal.



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 08:15 AM
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reply to post by confreak
 


A Revolution of the Mind one hopes.

I fear it will be a revolution of the flesh. For the blood.



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 08:17 AM
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I still don't get the whole situation. So help me out here.

1. Failed Greek Corporations and Banks.
2. Greece borrows money with high interests to bail out the Failed Corporations and Banks.
3. That fails too, the money vanishes, the Corporations and Banks still stuffed.
4. Need more money to bail them out again?
5. Selling assets bought by government through borrowed money (which has interest attached) cheaper than its original price, and still have to pay interest for the other money borrowed..
6. So that Greek's credit rating get better and more money is borrowed..
7. To continue the needed governmental processes..
8. Which the government doesn't have the money to be able to do, unless higher taxes and jobs cuts are implemented..
9. Higher Taxes and Job cuts can't be implemented because hundreds of thousands are protesting..
10. Therefore I'm completely lost.

It seems the problem started when Greece decided to bail out the failed corporations and banks?? Am I touching the right place here?



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 08:21 AM
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You have to wonder...


Is it coïncedance the country in wich modern democraZy was invented...

Now gets the first taste of the New World order dictating them the new rules....


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posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 09:42 AM
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That's basically what's going to happen in all western countries. Once you add something to the welfare state you cannot take it away. Everyone protests for things they can't afford.



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 03:16 PM
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We all see through the lies and nonsense but this thread got me to the thinking, and remembering, and that is the USA has been selling off their state highways to the highest bidder.., and owning these highways is pretty cheap. It's like buying a Cadillac CST - V. Actually the CST - V is more expensive in some cases


$39,900 10603 NE US Highway 301 State Road
Waldo, FL 32694

$42,500 State Highway US-2, Gulliver, MI

$2,178,000 SANTA TERESA BORDER CROSSING Site B
Pete Domenici Highway & United States/Mexico Santa Teresa Border Crossing, Santa Teresa, NM 88008










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