Sunday, March 3, 2013

Why the Elitists Fear the Results of the Italian Election

Zero Hedge comments on the elitist position taken by The Economist:
[It's] The Economist's turn to provoke well over half of Italy, by alleging that in not voting for technocratic, Goldman-appointed oligarchs who promote solely the banker backer interests, Italy has made a horrible mistake and has ushered in the circus...the fact that the magazine is owned by the FT, Cadbury, Rothschild, Schroder, and Agnelli is becoming more transparent with every passing day.
In other words, the banksters and other globalist cronies fear any voting anywhere that could lead to a challenge to the euro and, thus, we get covers like this:

It's not at all clear that Grillo or Berlusconi have any idea how a currency or economy should be run, but it is always fun to see the banksters in panic.The Economist cover signals they are in serious panic.

(ht Dale Fitzgerald)


  1. I always find comparisons like that laughable. Look at what the "professionals" have done!

    The issue is the "professionals" don't want to be upstaged by the amateurs, because if that happens, the goose that lays the golden eggs just got stolen from them.