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Peter Mertens about the future of finance and the role of grass root movements

Peter Mertens, leader of the Workers’ Party of Belgium, believes the Eurozone debt crisis is pushing member states towards “a very large number of social conflicts.” Mertens told RT that Europe faces three alternatives – Saving the euro with “authoritarian measures by taking national sovereignty overnight to the European level”, Breaking up into “two, three or four Europes”, or
Adopting a socialist model, “where banking system is public, where energy system is public, where there is democracy.”
He believes Europe needs radical changes to its financial sector and that grass root movements , people’s demand is vital.

You can enjoy his interview here:

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Exposing the myth of the feckless,lazy Greeks

I enjoyed reading this a lot.

 

You can read it, too, from its source!

 

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A very interesting analysis from Bloomberg

 

Always better to read from the source!

 

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Netherlands. Τhe most interesting intervention, ever!Greek students confront minister Giannitsis.

So many facts and such an interesting intervention!

Must watch , if you are even slightly interested in what’s going on.

 

 

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Here is Germany’s profit from the Euro crisis. From the German national news channel.

From the German news, an enlightening calculation of the German profits, from the Greek enslavement.
So that my German friends can have some facts while trying to spread the truth!
So that the rest of you can get to grasp what it is all about.

For my English speaking friends, here is the resume: (In brackets and Italic are my personal comments…)

////    From the 130 million euros, that the German gov, supposedly agreed to pay, only 15.2 millions are actually given for the “support of Greece” (money been paid to the German and French banks and not to the Greek state…). Still the German media is creating a huge anti Greek propaganda publishing lies about how they should stop wasting hundreds of millions to bail out the Greeks. The reporter then  asks some of the  members of the German finance committee, that are being interviewed. They actually don’t know the true number.
Moving to a German factory  called Tenbrick, we find out that work has increased, workers are given rises and orders have doubled, while the Chef of the factory, directly connects it to the crisis and the fact that the devaluation of the euro, has made their products cheaper to export. At the same time, in the Greek department of this factory, located in Macedonia in northern Greece, the Chef has cut back the workers from 40 to 15 and the salaries are now 500 euros for a full time employment, due to the cuts that the Greek gov. is forced to implement.
We move to the German Institute for Macroeconomics, where prof. Gustav Horn gives us the actual gain, from the euro devaluation, for German exports: 50 million euros, or 2% of the German GDP!!!
Then Mr Folker Heimailer, from the Trading offices in Bern, provides the reporter with the calculation of profits of the last two years, due to the cheap borrowing interest of the German state. He says that money flows into Germany, due to the weakness of the other countries: Total profit , the last two years is 45 million euros, even rising to 65 millions. ( Greeks are given 4 and 5% interest loans from their “partners”, while they themselves, borrow that money with 1% interest from the ECB!)
The German economic committee is once again interviewed and proven clueless..
At the end the reporter makes the calculation: In 100 millions, Out 15.2 !!! She also mentions that a ‘Marshal plan ” type of support for Greece is needed for the euro to survive and also reminds the viewers that it was the Marshal plan, that allowed Germany to recover after WWII. ( It also deprived Greece of the well-deserved war compensations, that it never, since, received, even though there was a clause deciding that Germany would have to pay war compensations, after the reunification with East Germany. German officials and media pretend this never happened… Surprisingly so does the Greek gov., while they are selling out the country and allowing -even repeating- this slander and propaganda against the Greek people. We are talking hundreds of billions, here, not less…).  /////

That’s that!

On a personal comment, I truly believe that logic will prevail. I also believe, that the solutions will come from Germany, from the German people, to the rest of Europe. For their preparation for an alternative monetary system, has had already many years on its back. Also, because their reflexes to the propaganda, that their (also traitorous) government has laid upon them, are admirable.
I only hope the people get to rise their voices loud enough, soon enough..

For some examples of the exciting studies that have been going on, since years, in Germany on how we should and could deal with finance, please keep an eye for the alternative monetary systems category, that I am about to create.

I would also like to point out that the German news channels have been more accurate since this whole mess started, than the Greek media will ever be, any time soon.
I am also initializing a category called: German news on the crisis, so you get what I mean about the way they deal with reality. Of course there are media mechanisms that support the slander in Germany, too. But it looks that their media is not completely sold off, like the Greek ones, are.

Give me a day or two… : )

 

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Rebrading Greece – Exquisite talk

An extremely interesting and passionate meeting was recorded on 11th November 2011,
during EEDE’s (Advertising & Communication Companies Union) 11th “Aristoteli” Conference, in Thessaloniki, Greece.

The conference topic was “Rebrading Greece” and the talks addressed the need for the country to rise up from the unprecedented attack and slander that it has been under and explored the effects this attack has had on economy, politics, diplomatic relations etc, but also on Greek people’s self image, as well.

This is one of my favorite talks.

The talk is in English with Greek subtitles, made by Mr Peter Oikonomides,
Global Brand and Communications Consultant, with a great deal of international experience,
including many world wide famous brands.

Enjoy Mr Oikonomides, as he manages not only to demonstrate his abilities in branding,
but also to emphasize the need for the Greeks themselves,
to believe in their own
inherent ability to imagine and change their future
as they have been doing, for the past 5.000 years.

 

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Lie No3: Greeks are over payed, so they deserve the 30% and 40% wage cuts

According to Eurostat, Greek salaries are close to the bottom of the european salary list.
Let’s see..1200 – 40%= 720 euros a month. Super! Let’s have a kid or two, darling!

source: http://stats.oecd.org/Index.aspx?DataSetCode=MW_CURP      (2009 statistics)

Country Average yearly salary (in euros)
Norway 54.090
Denmark 49.876
Netherlands 39.945
Sweden 36.794
Austria 36.044
Finland 35.711
France 34.254
Germany 32.003
Belgium 30.132
Italy 27.113
Spain 25.899
Greece 22.444
Portugal 16.393
 

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