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Behold The Greek Debt Slavery “To Do” Checklist Permitting It To Bail Out Europe’s Insolvent Banks!

  • It is all a scam! All scams are based on deception and mis-direction. Bailout money is taken from Germany, France … to pay off the banksters, while the bill is shoved down Greece’s throat. It is a bailout of insolvent Illuminist banks and not Greece. When Greece defaults, which it will, the rest of Europe which provided the bailout money will be screwed. The Illuminist western MSM keep repeating the lie: Greece is saved ! It has been bailed out ! Just follow the money and you will understand the scam!

    Behold The Greek Debt Slavery “To Do” Checklist Permitting It To Bail Out Europe’s Insolvent Banks! 
    by Tyler Durden, 
    Yesterday, in our daily list of shocking discoveries of just how far forward Greece is willing to bend over, we realized that not only will Greece not receive a penny (or is that a drachma?) from Europe, but it itself will have to fund the European bank bailout via a Greek-funded Escrow account. In today’s ‘insult to rape‘ chronicles, we discover that before Greece is even given permission to bail out Europe’s banks, its creditors first demand that the province of Bavaria Sachs, formerly known as Greece, satisfy a checklist of 38 specific conditions, which the now fully colonized nation will have to complete before the end of the month (so in about 5 days), before it is permitted to transfer taxpayer cash to French, German, Italian and Spanish banks. How anyone, even the world’s most degraded debt slave, is willing to subject themselves to such humiliation is simply inconceivable.

    The FT has the subhuman degradation details:

    The reforms, spelt out in three separate memoranda of a combined 90 pages, are the price that Greece has agreed to pay to obtain a €130bn second bail-out and avoid a sovereign default that the government feared would throw Greek society into turmoil.

    They range from the sweeping – overhauling judicial procedures, centralising health insurance, completing an accurate land registry – to the mundane – buying a new computer system for tax collectors, changing the way drugs are prescribed and setting minimum crude oil stocks.

    The 38 measures are a mix of laws that must be passed by parliament, ministerial decisions and presidential decrees that affect a complete cross-section of Greek economic activity, from health spending to municipal administration to tax collection.

    … for more click here!


February 24, 2012 - Posted by | Economics | , , , , , , , , , , ,

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