Greece - Will They Accept or Fight the UN World Order?

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posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 03:45 AM
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As some of you know, there are several groups within the Greek military planning a coup right now.

By October 3rd, 2013 the debate will start:

Should the UN send troops to "normalize" the Greek society?

Of course, troops will need to be sent if the UN does intervene. At that point the dialogue will shift to, if the UN does in fact intend to "normalize", which country's troops get sent in; who will donate soldiers to the cause?

This will drastically destabilize all of Europe by first quarter; with Portugal, Italy, Ireland, and Spain opposing UN troops in Greece because they fear they will be next to receive foreign troops on their streets. The markets will crash causing bank runs world wide.

Once the US NYSE drops below 700; all hell will break loose.

North Korea and South Korea will duel. Simultaneously, Syria will attack Saudi Arabia, and Israel will attack Iran. Egypt is a wild card.

Kashmir will be covered in Indian and Pakistani blood.

Greece, Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, and Ireland will all have a heavy military presence from the UN by the end of Spring of 2014.

Once the markets drop below 700, Muslim sleeper cells around the world will take hostage hospitals, shopping centers, schools, and other centers of unguarded installations.

By the Summer of 2014: The US will have curfew laws and checkpoints.

In the first quarter of 2015; UN troops will be helping to "keep America safe".


I'm on record. All of this depends on the answer to this one question:

Greece - Will They Accept or Fight the UN World Order?




posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 03:49 AM
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You must fight
for your right
to be a greece balllllll
Greeseeeee balllllll !!!



posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 05:01 AM
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If the UN is being controlled by The USA government or other crazy capulist organizasions which are trying to conquer the world,then ofcourse They should fight.



posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 05:15 AM
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In other news, my cat likes chicken.



posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 05:19 AM
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From the scale of the protests ever seen id have to say fight. Is this sizing up to be another syria



posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 05:29 AM
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I dont know about other countries but I knew for a fact they wont ever put forign troops on Irish soil, things are bad enough here as it is but would make it 100x worse if they did that! plus we dont have an armed population here, sure we have hunting guns, even I do and i'm a student but they would not ever be used in a case of civil war anymore(maybe they were in our last but not anymore). the people are too scared to use one, the people here are gone too soft.



posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 05:54 AM
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GenerationGap
As some of you know, there are several groups within the Greek military planning a coup right now.



WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT?

THERE ARE NO GROUPS WITHIN THE GREEK MILITARY PLANNING A COUP.




By October 3rd, 2013 the debate will start:

Should the UN send troops to "normalize" the Greek society?


LMFAO WHAT?
Is there a new crack variant on the streets?



Of course, troops will need to be sent if the UN does intervene. At that point the dialogue will shift to, if the UN does in fact intend to "normalize", which country's troops get sent in; who will donate soldiers to the cause?


Wow. The UN is going to intervene for what exactly?



This will drastically destabilize all of Europe by first quarter; with Portugal, Italy, Ireland, and Spain opposing UN troops in Greece because they fear they will be next to receive foreign troops on their streets. The markets will crash causing bank runs world wide.


Wow. The whole of Europe will be destablized.
Put the crack pipe down kid.

There will be no coup in Greece.
There is no coup being planned. Not that it wouldn't be the best thing to happen since the train wreck that stared in the 1980s and has culminated in this debt crisis.

How will it destablized Europe, your mythical coup that is?
The same way the debt crisis destablized Europe? The same way it broke apart the EU and EuroZone?

People like you need to actually realize what's going on FIRST, before you make this stupid threads.

The talk of Europe wide chaos was manufactured psyops propaganda to force through the Troika and their demands.



Once the US NYSE drops below 700; all hell will break loose.


LOL. So it's over 10,000..and you think it's going to suddenly drop below 700? Wow, just wow.



North Korea and South Korea will duel. Simultaneously, Syria will attack Saudi Arabia, and Israel will attack Iran. Egypt is a wild card.

Kashmir will be covered in Indian and Pakistani blood.


This is pure gold.
He's gone from an imaginary coup in Greece with no evidence to support anything of the sort happening, to conflicts all around the world.



Greece, Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, and Ireland will all have a heavy military presence from the UN by the end of Spring of 2014.


So an imaginary coup in Greece will mean there will be magically somehow UN troops in France, Portugal, Italy, Spain and Ireland too?



Once the markets drop below 700, Muslim sleeper cells around the world will take hostage hospitals, shopping centers, schools, and other centers of unguarded installations.


Oh here we go, this one's even better the last bits of crap.
He's now tying in the terror cells in Kenya to his imaginary coup in Greece.



By the Summer of 2014: The US will have curfew laws and checkpoints.

In the first quarter of 2015; UN troops will be helping to "keep America safe".


All because of a little imaginary coup in Greece?



I'm on record. All of this depends on the answer to this one question:

Greece - Will They Accept or Fight the UN World Order?



HAHAHA.
You're on the record?
Good, I hope you remember that for when your little crystal ball expose on imaginary coups and other world events don't unfold the way you've laid out for everyone here.


Will Greece accept or fight the new world order?

Um...hate to break it to you, but you are a little late to the party brother.
Greeks have been fighting the new world order for a lot longer then you've even known it existed, before any of us were even born. Of course just as many have also been part of the masonic plans for a world order.



posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 08:06 AM
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OccamsRazor04
In other news, my cat likes chicken.


you mean real live chicken or a dead 1?


Greece will burn...... again.......and again...... viva la R-evolution



posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 08:10 AM
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Actually the reservists in Greece are calling for the government to step down. + the reservists have alot of army buddies and if they join in the protest then we could have a coup coming faster then you can say ishhitthefananditsonmyhead.



posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 08:23 AM
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Annunak1
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Actually the reservists in Greece are calling for the government to step down. + the reservists have alot of army buddies and if they join in the protest then we could have a coup coming faster then you can say ishhitthefananditsonmyhead.



The Hellenic Army reservists have not called for anything. The special forces reservists union has called for the government to step down, and allow for a national unity government made up of various people(NONE OF WHOM BELONG TO THE MILITARY). They are but a small element within the Greek military.

They have also asked for several other things to be done.

NOTHING THEY HAVE ASKED FOR PUTS THE MILITARY IN ANY POSITION OF POWER OR GOVERNANCE IN GREECE.


SO LET ME ASK YOU, WHAT COUP ARE YOU PEOPLE TALKING ABOUT?

It's one thing to share opinions and thoughts. It's another entirely to try and pass off your ideas and thoughts, ill-conceived and misinformed or otherwise, as factual or having any relevance to reality.

I think the military NEEDS to step in, and remove the government, the apparatuses they have setup to protect them selves and their friends from prosecution, and remove the radical left wing elements in the media, and allow for a new era in Greek politics to begin on a clean slate.

The current political crop in Greece is so corrupt, so inept and pathetic, that they will never be able to bring them selves to do what is right by the country and by the people.
What they have succeeded in doing is creating a much much bigger mess out of a small mess that could have been handled domestically, without the IMF, if there was a competent political system in Greece.
But that's for another day, because there is more at play here then simple debt and deficits.
It's a bigger geopolitical game being played behind the scenes in the shadows and it is centered on hydrocarbon energy resources in the Eastern Mediterranean. The debt crisis is just the front being used.
You guys, being on a conspiracy site, might be interested to know that the guy who triggered the crisis, George Papandreou is a known free mason.
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posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 10:01 AM
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Annunak1
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Actually the reservists in Greece are calling for the government to step down. + the reservists have alot of army buddies and if they join in the protest then we could have a coup coming faster then you can say ishhitthefananditsonmyhead.


The resevists did not. A single reserve units union blog had somebody post something that sounded coupish and it was immediatly taken back when it was discovered and faced public backlash. That is about it. That of course kind of ruins the rest of the crazy scenerio in the OP.



posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 11:19 AM
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Any chance the OP can link to a source to support the claims made?

The UN does not have a standing army. Their military missions are comprised of assets from member nations who allow the use of their military. The UN cannot simply call up / mobilize troops and issue orders without first obtaining permission from the member states.

Is it possible you are confusing UN and the EU? Greece has been told they are not going to be getting any more funds from the EU countries, and Greece told the EU they are not going to take any more austerity measures, which creates a train wreck waiting to occur.



posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 11:46 AM
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No one can stop nwo



posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 12:53 PM
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I remember reading somewhere - I wish I could remember where - that WW3 would start between Greece and Turkey.

Doesn't make a lot of sense, but Turkey still is NATO - are they disputing Cyprus?

Alot could happen with the coming financial collapse - if you don't see the financial collapse all over the world - you're blind.

Panama just called for a 3 day bank holiday over this weekend - and they are not allowing depositers any access to their funds - Poland just stole pensioners private funds - We all know what Cyprus did.



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 02:00 AM
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www.theguardian.com...
www.bbc.co.uk...
www.businessinsider.com...

Or the Whopper:
news.lmgtfy.com...
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posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 02:04 AM
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Why do people post in forums like they know something on a subject when in reality they have no idea? If you don't know, don't act like you do. It's disrespectful.

No country has displayed more of a "backslide in democracy" than Greece, the British thinktank Demos has said in a study highlighting the crisis-plagued country's slide into economic, social and political disarray.

The report was released as the fragile two-party coalition of the prime minister, Antonis Samaras, admitted it was worried by a call for a military coup posted overnight on Wednesday on the website of the Special Forces Reserve Union. "It must worry us," said a government spokesman, Simos Kedikoglou. "The overwhelming majority in the armed forces are devoted to our democracy," he said. "The few who are not will face the consequences."

Golden Dawn was up 2 percent from July with 13 percent, while the once-dominant PASOK was slightly down at 7 percent. The survey put support for the Communist Party (KKE) at 6.5 percent while Independent Greeks, a right-wing anti-bailout party, polled at 5.5 percent.

Welcome to the party.



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 02:25 AM
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iBallinU


NOTHING THEY HAVE ASKED FOR PUTS THE MILITARY IN ANY POSITION OF POWER OR GOVERNANCE IN GREECE.


SO LET ME ASK YOU, WHAT COUP ARE YOU PEOPLE TALKING ABOUT?
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news.lmgtfy.com...



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 02:28 AM
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Sorry for the confusion, more specifically, when the S&P hits 700.

lmgtfy.com...



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 04:15 AM
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To be expected, Golden Dawn supporters starting to congregate:

www.bbc.co.uk...

Do you think this will remain peaceful? I don't.



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 04:20 AM
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Related news regarding Kashmir:

online.wsj.com...

India's prime minister will tell his Pakistani counterpart, in a much-anticipated meeting on Sunday, that efforts to broker a peace agreement between their two nations won't show progress unless Islamabad acts against terrorist groups and demonstrates it can control its powerful military, the Indian foreign minister said Saturday.



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