Thursday, July 16, 2015

The Greek Parliament Votes to March the Greek People Further Down the Road to Sefdom

Greece’s Parliament has passed legislation that will set n motion the austerity measures demanded by global banksters. Completing the bailout agreement is likely to take several weeks.

The measures include steep spending cuts and huge tax increases.

Deputy finance minister Nantia Valavani announced her resignation over the deal.

“It is one thing to face an exceptionally difficult reality and catastrophe with hope and a future of dignity and independence,” she said in a letter to Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. “It is another issue to handle a catastrophe that will be completed with whatever national income is left heading abroad for the repayment of debt that cannot be repaid in centuries.”

Meanwhile, radical leftist demonstrators, opposed to the deal, hurled fire bombs outside parliament. Riot police used tear gas to disperse protesters, whose numbers had swelled to more than 10,000, according to reports.



  1. The way Fox News radio reported it yesterday was this, "anarchist protesting in Greece hurl fire bombs at police". They also reported there were 13,000 protesters.
    I wonder were they all "Anarchist?"