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Not even police resist to psychological pressure ,they cannot beat people endless.
Originally posted by LittleBlackEagle
Originally posted by Kenrichaed
I just saw a policeman yawn in front of the camera. Do you think your possibly over-reacting a bit?
that's because the police are with them and rightly so.
Maybe the leaders will find a solution or...they will be the big losers.
With all fairness, I think soon enough most countries around the world will wake up to the tyranny
And Democracy..I think.
If we fight for our freedom
They have all means to avoid this,, very difficult to understand what they waiting.
there will be suffering but for the better and if we don't there will be suffering and then more suffering
As I said before the Leaders will be the big losers if they don't try to resolve the things as fast as possible,in the favor of people.
Originally posted by David291
reply to post by diamondsmith
"The leaders" What..? They are the ones allowing the tyranny to go on, for years and so they are a part of it, if not one of the causes of it.
ATHENS, Greece — Riots engulfed central Athens and at least 10 buildings went up in flames in mass protests late Sunday as lawmakers prepared for a historic parliamentary vote on harsh austerity measures demanded to keep the country solvent and within the eurozone. TV footage showed a three-story corner building completely consumed by flames with riot officers looking on from the street, and firefighters trying to douse the blaze. A closed cinema, a bank, a mobile phone dealership, a glassware store and a cafeteria were among the burning buildings, the fire department said. There were no report of people trapped inside. See all 4 photos | Click to enlarge Thanassis Stavrakis, Associated Press Firefighters douse a blaze started in a coffee shop during clashes in Athens, Sunday, Feb. 12, 2012. Protesters and police fought running battles in central Athens Sunday, as Greek lawmakers debated legislation that would introduce severe austerity measures to stave off bankruptcy. From the archive Since May 2010, Greece has survived on a €110 billion ($145 billion) bailout from its European partners and the International Monetary Fund. When that proved insufficient, a new rescue loan package worth a further €130 billion ($171 billion) was decided — combined with a massive bond swap deal that will write off half the country's privately held debt.
Originally posted by cerebralassassins
This is the result of what the IMF is all about and to mention the assassination threat on the former prime minister.
Originally posted by diamondsmith
reply to post by LittleBlackEagle
Hard to happen as long as there is China as a depositor.
soon the dollar will fall so far down in value that we will then be just like them.