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Max Keiser – Greek Crisis

Συνταγματική ΕΚΤΡΟΠΗ wp.me και για τη συμφωνία στήριξης: wp.me * ΨΗΦΙΣΤΕ τον Μax Keiser ΠΡΟΕΔΡΟ: wp.me Max Keiser lashing out against Goldman Sachs, defending Greece! Greek subtitles and other effects added. You MUST WATCH this, if you’re interested in the Greek debt crisis and/or the “financial terrorists” causing it (as Max calls them)… UPDATE: Under the headline Plot against the Greeks, Financial Times Deutschland said the aid package was in fact a rescue for Germany and euro zone countries, not Greece, adding: Athens would be better off with insolvency. Thank you, dear Greeks, for allowing us to save you. Thank you for taking our billions, which my tax contributions will have the honour to guarantee. But is it not clear that youre drawing the short straw with this deal? With … Read entire article »

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Greek debt crisis – To restructure or not to restructure? | Made in Germany

How can Greece be saved from insolvency? Opinion is divided in Europe. A heated debate has begun among politicians and economists on what course of action is best to take.Some believe the current direction is the one to continue pursuing, with the offer of more bailout loans. Others are demanding a radical restructuring of Greece’s debt. How should Europe help Greece out of the crisis? Reporter Sonja Schock looks at the different sides of the debate. … Read entire article »

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Marc Faber on sovereign debt default : American & Greek

Marc Faber talks about sovereign debt default goverment default gse bankruptcy central bank printing money stimulus packages greece eurozone financial crisis us government bonds t-bills treasury bills inflation quantitative easing recorded in December 5th 2009 … Read entire article »

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Marc Faber on sovereign debt default : American & Greek

Marc Faber talks about sovereign debt default goverment default gse bankruptcy central bank printing money stimulus packages greece eurozone financial crisis us government bonds t-bills treasury bills inflation quantitative easing recorded in December 5th 2009 … Read entire article »

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Greek Peaceful Protest, 9th Day, June 2nd, 2011

This video was taken in the 2nd day of June 2011 (which is the 9th of the protest) in front of the Greek parliament. Frustrated people are demonstrating peacefully, smiling, playing music or football, drinking beer, having fun and of course demonstrating. Greek media have helped mask political corruption for over 25 years and Greece is at the edge of bankruptcy. European media (especial the german ones) has also helped polarizing citizens across Europe by convincing them that greeks are lazy and greedy. By all means, this is not the case. The demonstration started through facebook, ordinary people are organizing it, petitions take place, signatures are being collected. This big protest was inspired and ignited by the Spanish people. This video is dedicated to them, for showing us how to … Read entire article »

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Supermerkel & Greek Bankruptcy (English subtitles)

German economy minister and vice chancellor Philipp Rösler said there should be no more ‘restrictions on free thought’ regarding a possible Greek bankruptcy… … Read entire article »

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Max Keiser on the Greek Crisis (with Greek subtitles)

UPDATE 4: Συνταγματική ΕΚΤΡΟΠΗ wp.me και για τη ΣΑΠΙΑ συμφωνία στήριξης: wp.me * ΨΗΦΙΣΤΕ τον Μax Keiser ΠΡΟΕΔΡΟ: wp.me * Post στο blog μου με το κείμενο ΟΛΗΣ της συνέντευξης: wp.me Max Keiser lashing out against Goldman Sachs, defending Greece! Greek subtitles and other effects added. You MUST WATCH this, if you’re interested in the Greek debt crisis and/or the “financial terrorists” causing it (as Max calls them)… UPDATE: Under the headline Plot against the Greeks, Financial Times Deutschland said the aid package was in fact a rescue for Germany and euro zone countries, not Greece, adding: Athens would be better off with insolvency. Thank you, dear Greeks, for allowing us to save you. Thank you for taking our billions, which my tax contributions will have the honour to guarantee. … Read entire article »

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Greek Default Likely Before Year-End

Leon Cornelissen, an analyst at Dutch asset management firm Robeco Groep NV, is saying “Greek debt restructuring” is likely by the end of the year. That is a nice word for default. Zerohedge recently posted an article on what will happen if Greece defaults: www.zerohedge.com If Greece isn’t kicked out of the Eurozone it will cause European Central Banks to become insolvent as well (since they are severely exposed to the insolvency). If the European Union goes down, America only has a couple weeks at best before we default as well. The upcoming financial crisis (that we avoided in 2008) is upon us and it’s going to be far nastier since we have only been delaying the inevitable. Prepare accordingly. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, … Read entire article »

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Greek Crisis-The Fairytale of Bankruptcy-

WAKE UP PEOPLE.. … Read entire article »

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