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Thursday, 16 December 2010

Do We Condone?

Or Villify?




"Stand up people of Greece ! Rise up courageous people of Europe ! International solidarity against the attack on the working class ! Workers, students, and people unite against the corrupt governments and corporate assault on Democracy. The people of Europe oppose capitalist "austerity" programs. Ordinary people should NOT have to suffer for the failure and excess of greedy capitalist elites! Let's show them than TWO can play at class war! Stand up people of Greece ! Rise up courageous people of Europe! International solidarity against the attack on the working class ! Workers, students, and people unite against the corrupt governments and corporate assault on Democracy. The people of Europe oppose capitalist "austerity" programs. Ordinary people should NOT have to suffer for the failure and excess of greedy capitalist elites! Let's show them than TWO can play at class war!
Workers and students of the world unite !"


Those words are from a comment on the YouTube site. Unlike the UK London protests wrongly targeting one section of the political classes, these words show the anger the EU's beloved Federal ideal has failed to alleviate. With such access to news, hitherto suppressed, we are no longer constrained by a compliant media who have failed as miserably as their paymasters. The BBC remain at the forefront of denying us the truth of the pathetic NWO ambition. It will get much worse before it gets better. The Banks should have been allowed to fail and the people freed from the greedy debts they imposed on the rest of us. New, mainly mutual institutions should have been formed. Not nationalised but taken out of the Bilderbergers bloodstained hands. They may yet rue their passion and lust for power. The MP at the end of this clip did.

5 comments:

tris said...

They had the right idea when they beat hell out of the Greek Transport guy. I don't want to suffer for the greed of others. I don't see why I should.

I don't see why old people should suffer, and go without because of a pile of greedy, far too clever people who didn't know that bust comes after boom as surely as night comes after day.

So if a few greedy MPs, lords bankers and royals get beaten up a bit, why on earth would I give a damn? I can't think of a single reason. I've yet to hear them offer to take smaller pensions or a drop in their already far too large salaries.

Let's fight back against their comfortable worlds where they are alright... and sod the rest of us.

Anonymous said...

Don't forget that those 'heroic' Greek protestors murdered three workers who were trapped in a bank during the last bout of riots. When I was on holiday in Greece in the summer, the average hard working Greek was thoroughly ashamed of the world view of them that was being presented by these rioters.

Ashtrayhead

banned said...

"Workers and students of the world unite ! Defend the pay of Civil Servants Now!"

LOL.

Oldrightie said...

Well that stirred a couple of comments! I cannot answer the question posed. The death of innocents or the favouritism of civil service workers is wrong but as Tris points out, this violence and anger is against an enemy schooled in using human shields of all kinds. Be it through the destruction of livelihoods, savings or animosity to their control freakery and power.

fifth column said...

I see Cameron up to secret deals with The EU. Oh for a revolution!