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ΟΙ ΙΡΛΑΝΔΟΙ ΤΡΑΠΕΖΙΤΕΣ(BANKSTERS) ΞΕΓΕΛΑΣΑΝ ΤΟΝ ΙΡΛΑΝΔΙΚΟ ΛΑΟ ΓΙΑ ΝΑ ΓΛΥΤΩΣΟΥΝ ΤΙΣ ΤΡΑΠΕΖΕΣ ΤΟΥΣ-LIVE ΣΥΝΟΜΙΛΙΕΣ ΑΠΟΚΑΛΥΠΤΟΥΝ ΤΟ ΜΕΓΕΘΟΣ ΤΗΣ ΠΡΟΔΟΣΙΑΣ ΤΟΥΣ ΠΡΟΣ ΤΟΥΣ ΙΡΛΑΝΔΟΥΣ ΦΟΡΟΛΟΓΟΥΜΕΝΟΥΣ

Posted by satyrikon στο 25 Ιουνίου, 2013

ΕΑΝ ΑΥΤΑ ΕΓΙΝΑΝ ΣΤΗΝ ΙΡΛΑΝΔΙΑ ΤΟΤΕ ΣΤΗΝ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ ΤΙ ΑΝΑΛΟΓΟ ΕΓΙΝΕ?

ΟΙ ΔΙΟΙΚΗΤΕΣ ΤΗΣ ΤΡΑΠΕΖΑΣ ΤΗΣ ΕΛΛΑΔΑΣ ΚΑΙ ΤΩΝ ΕΜΠΟΡΙΚΩΝ ΤΡΑΠΕΖΩΝ ΤΙ ΕΚΑΝΑΝ ?

ΚΑΙ ΤΩΡΑ ΠΛΗΡΩΝΕΙ Ο ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟΣ ΛΑΟΣ ΤΑ ΣΠΑΣΜΕΝΑ?

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Anglo-Irish Picked Bailout Number «Out Of My Arse» To Force Shared Taxpayer Sacrifice

English: Anglo Irish Bank, Great Victoria Stre...

English: Anglo Irish Bank, Great Victoria Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland, October 2010 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Irish people, who sacrificed their sovereignty and billions of Euros, are waking this morning to a stunning revelation that the bailout to save Anglo-Irish was engineered by the Bank’s leadership to game as much money as possible from the central bank. The Irish Independent has secret recordings from the period in 2008 – below – that show senior management luring the State into giving it billions as they admit the EUR 7 billion number was «picked out of my arse.»

The bottom-line is that the bank knew they were in trouble and so decided to game the Central Bank and their regulators knowing that once the State began the flow of money, it would be unable to stop: «If they (Central Bank) saw the enormity of it up front, they might decide they have a choice. You know what I mean? They might say the cost to the taxpayer is too high . . . if it doesn’t look too big at the outset… if it looks big, big enough to be important, but not too big that it kind of spoils everything, then, then I think you have a chance. So I think it can creep up… [once] they have skin in the game Will there be an Irish Spring as the conspiracy theory of the banking bailout now become conspiracy fact?

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ΕΠΙΣΤΟΛΗ ΠΡΟΣ ΤΗΝ ΤΡΑΠΕΖΑ EUROBANK – Γιάννης Κων. Κρούσος – Κίνημα Ανεξάρτητων Πολιτών – Επίσημη ιστοσελίδα

Posted by satyrikon στο 13 Αυγούστου, 2012

Προς την Τράπεζα Eurobank,  υποκ. Αργοστολίου

    Φαρακλάτα  16/5/2011

Θέμα: Διαταγή πληρωμής ../2011 για σύμβαση πίστωσης xxxxxxxx

Εκδώσατε την πιο πάνω διαταγή πληρωμής σε βάρος μου, επειδή ήμουν εγγυητής στη σύμβαση αυτή.

Μετά από προφορική συνομιλία με τον διευθυντή του υποκαταστήματος Αργοστολίου, σας αποστέλλω την παρούσα επιστολή.

Δεν σας χρωστώ
. Και δεν έχετε να λάβετε, από κάποιον που εξ αιτίας των χρηματοπιστωτικών σας παιχνιδιών, υποχρεώθηκε σε κλείσιμο της τελευταίας του απασχόλησης. Είμαι άνεργος, ανασφάλιστος, χωρίς εισόδημα, με ένα αυτοκίνητο χωρίς πινακίδες και ένα σπίτι, που προστατεύεται, ακόμα, από κατασχέσεις.
Δεν μπορώ, όμως, να ζω με το άγχος του πότε οι υπηρετικές σε σας κυβερνήσεις θα άρουν την εξάμηνη «προστασία» και γι’ αυτό με την παρούσα επιστολή, ζητώ να με βγάλετε από εγγυητή και να αποσύρετε τη διαταγή πληρωμής, διότι στην πράξη δεν υπάρχει οικονομικό αντικείμενο, αλλά και για μια σειρά άλλους λόγους, που παραθέτω:

  1. Ο δανειολήπτης αποπλήρωνε κανονικά τις υποχρεώσεις του, ως τη στιγμή που, χάρις στις χρηματοπιστωτικές σας απάτες και με τη βοήθεια των κυβερνήσεων που σας υπηρετούν, αποσύρατε το χρήμα από την αγορά. Και όπως όλοι πια ξέρουν είστε οι ιδιοκτήτες του χρήματος, ενός μέσου, που θα έπρεπε να είναι δημόσιο αγαθό. Το ότι δεν μπορεί να πληρώσει, αυτός και εκατομμύρια άλλοι,  είναι αποκλειστικά δική σας ευθύνη.  Εξ αιτίας σας, δεν υπάρχει χρήμα στην αγορά.
  2. Με τα δάνεια, μας βάζατε να παίξουμε σε ένα παιχνίδι που δεν ξέραμε πως παίζεται, χάρις στη συστηματική απόκρυψη των κανόνων του και της ιστορίας του. Οι πολίτες της Ελλάδας και όλης της γης, ως την απάτη, που χαϊδευτικά ονομάζετε «κρίση» δεν γνώριζαν ποιος είναι ο ιδιοκτήτης του χρήματος, δεν γνώριζαν πως η  ΕΚΤ και οι κεντρικές τράπεζες όλου του κόσμου είναι ιδιωτικές και δεν γνώριζαν πως οι κυβερνήσεις είχαν υπογράψει σύμβαση, με την οποία τα κράτη απαγορεύονταν να λάβουν ευρώ από την ΕΚΤ. Οι περισσότεροι πολίτες, χάρις στη συστηματική απόκρυψη από τα ΜΜΕ, τα κόμματα και τις κυβερνήσεις, ακόμα δεν ξέρουν πως το χρήμα είναι μονοπωλιακή ιδιοκτησία και εμπόρευμα στα χέρια μιας χούφτας τραπεζιτών, από συστάσεως του ελληνικού κράτους και της ευρωζώνης. Τέλος, δεν γνώριζαν πως, διαχρονικά και ιστορικά,  η πολιτική των πιστωτικών επεκτάσεων ακολουθείται από πολιτικές απόσυρσης του χρήματος, με σκοπό την ανακατανομή του πλούτου. Διαβάστε τη συνέχεια του άρθρου »

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ΠΕΝΤΕ ΤΡΑΠΕΖΙΤΕΣ (BANKSTERS) ΣΥΝΕΛΗΦΘΗΣΑΝ ΚΑΙ ΤΟΥΣ ΑΠΑΓΓΕΛΘΗΚΑΝ ΚΑΤΗΓΟΡΙΕΣ ΓΙΑ ΑΠΑΤΗ

Posted by satyrikon στο 25 Ιουλίου, 2012

While many search the web for evidence of the arrests of members of the criminal cabal, one such story has surely broken through the cabal imposed media blackout.

Three of Ireland’s leading bank executives, former Anglo-Irish Bank chief Sean Fitzpatrick, ex-Finance Director Willie McAteer, and managing director for Ireland Pat Whelan were arrested on Tuesday, 7/24/12, for their crimes that led to Ireland’s largest ever bank failure.

Three others, who happen to be among Ireland’s wealthiest residents, were also implicated for their roles in these crimes.
In other news, former International Monetary Fund and Bankia chief Rodrigo Rato was arrested on 7/6/12 and charged with criminal fraud for his role in the bankruptcy of Bankia, Spain’s 3rd largest banking institution, which is at the center of the country’s economic crash and occupy movement which was motivated, in part, after Bankia, which was only in business less than two years, received a bailout from taxpayers of over 19 Billion Euros.
On the Asian front, the elder brother of South Korean president Lee Myung-Buk has been arrested on corruption charges, leading to a possible regime change as elections for the country are later this year.

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ΕΙΜΑΣΤΕ ΟΙ ΤΡΑΠΕΖΙΤΕΣ ΣΟΥ, ΕΜΠΙΣΤΕΨΟΥ ΜΑΣ!!!

Posted by satyrikon στο 11 Ιουνίου, 2012

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Η ΙΣΠΑΝΙΑ ΑΠΟΨΕ ΜΙΛΑΕΙ, Η ΕΛΛΑΔΑ ΑΚΟΥΕΙ?

Posted by satyrikon στο 10 Ιουνίου, 2012

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Η ΕΛΛΑΔΑ ΜΟΛΙΣ ΥΠΕΓΡΑΨΕ ΤΟ ΣΥΜΦΩΝΟ ΕΘΝΙΚΗΣ ΑΥΤΟΚΤΟΝΙΑΣ!!

Posted by satyrikon στο 11 Φεβρουαρίου, 2010

Greece Just Signed Its National Suicide Pact

Thursday, 02/11/2010 – 12:56 pm by Marshall Auerback

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(ΜΕΤΑΦΡΑΣΗ ΣΤΑ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ ΜΕΣΩ GOOGLE)

Weighing in on Europe’s new “rescue” package for Greece, Marshall Auerback warns that deficit-bashing is an increasing threat the global economy.

Agreement has been reached in Europe on a “rescue” package for Greece. But it’s no cause for celebration. It’s the kind of “rescue” sensation one experiences after paying out what’s left in one’s wallet when confronted with a robber with a gun. The insanity of self-imposed budgetary constraints will be manifest to all soon enough. Economists and the EU bureaucrats who advocate a slavish adherence to arbitrary compliance numbers fail to comprehend the basis of government spending. In imposing these voluntary financial constraints on government activity, they deny essential government services and the opportunity for full employment to their citizenry.

Score another one, then, for the high priests of fiscal rectitude. Harsh cuts, tax increases — this is by no means a recovery policy. The capital markets have got their pound of flesh. But Greece is no more able to reduce its deficit under these circumstances than it is possible to get blood out of a stone. Politically, it means ceding control of EU macro policy to an external consortium dominated by France and Germany. Greece becomes a colony.

Nor will the policies work, as the ’strict enough conditions’ imposed will further weaken demand in Greece and, consequently, the rest of the European Union. Furthermore, the rapidly expanding deficit of Greece has benefited the entire EU because it supported aggregated demand at the margin, and the sudden reversal contemplated by this package will reverse those forces.

The requirement that budget deficits should be zero on average and never exceed 3 per cent of GDP or gross national debt levels should not exceed 60 per cent of GDP not only restrict the fiscal powers that governments would ordinarily enjoy in fiat currency regimes, but also violates an understanding of the way fiscal outcomes are effectively endogenous, as Bill Mitchell has noted on several occasions.

Meanwhile, Greece and the rest of the Euro zone is being revealed as necessarily caught in a continual state of Ponzi style financing that demands institutional resolution of some sort to be sustainable. The separation of the monetary authorities from the fiscal authorities and the decentralization of the fiscal authorities have inevitably made any co-ordination of fiscal and monetary policy difficult. The ECB is effectively the only “federal” institution within the euro zone. This is particularly problematic during times of financial stress or in periods in which there is marked regional disparity in economic performance.

In the short term, a move by the ECB to distribute 1 trillion euro to the national governments on a per capita basis would alleviate the short term problems of the “PIIGS” nations (Portugal, Ireland,. Italy, Greece and Spain). Ultimately, though, the most logical solution is the creation of a supranational entity that can conduct fiscal policy in much the same way as the creation of the European Central Bank can do monetary policy on a supranational level (or the dissolution of the European Monetary Union altogether). Absent that, Greece, Portugal, Italy, yes, even Germany, functionally remain in the same position as American states, unable to create currency and therefore always subject to solvency risks which the markets may question at any time. It’s a recipe for built-in financial and political instability.

The Government of the European Union (in reality a bunch of heads of state as there is no “United States of Europe” to think of) has called the Greek government to implement all these measures in a rigorous and determined manner to effectively reduce the budgetary deficit by 4% in 2010, and “invited” the ECOFIN Council to adopt its recommendations at a meeting of the 16th of February.

It’s probably not the sort of invitation that any sovereign nation would normally accept, but Greece, like the rest of the Euro zone nations, has voluntarily chosen to enslave itself with a bunch of arbitrary rules which have no basis in economic theory. It is also being denied the use of an independent currency-issuing capacity.

This is no way for any country to achieve growth and financial stability. With no capacity to set monetary policy, fiscal policy bound by the Maastricht straitjacket, and its exchange rate fixed, the only way Greece or any of the euro zone nations can change their competitive position within the EMU is to harshly bash workers’ living conditions. That is a recipe for national suicide. And it will not reduce the deficit, because as we noted above deficits are largely determined endogenously, not by legislative fiat. The deficits reflect failing economic activity, particularly when a government is institutional constrained from implementing proactive policy to reduce output gaps left by falling private sector activity. That the measures will be imposed by an entity lacking total democratic legitimacy in Greece is only likely to exacerbate existing strains.

Why is a 4 per cent across-the-board cut being demanded of Greece? What’s the significance of that number? There is no particular budget deficit to GDP figure that is desirable or not independent of knowing about other macroeconomic settings. Just as there is no rationale provided for any of the “performance criteria” underlying the European Monetary Union’s Stability and Growth Pact. The treaty stipulated that countries seeking inclusion in the Euro zone had to fulfill amongst other things the following two requirements: (a) a debt to GDP ratio below 60 per cent, or converging towards it; and (b) a budget deficit below 3 per cent of GDP. Why 3%? Why it is 60 per cent rather than 30 or 54 or 71 or 89 or any other number that someone could write on a bit of paper? And yet we have these random numbers being used to gauge whether Greece is conducting its fiscal affairs in a proper and “responsible” manner.

This is the kind of thinking which has led to the relatively poor economic performance of many of the EU economies during the 1990s and most of the previous decade. All entrants to EMU strived to meet the stringent criteria embodied in the Stability Pact (whose principles, although largely formalized by the Maastricht Treaty in 1997, were essentially established at the beginning of the 1990s in preparation for monetary union). From 1992 to 1999, the growth of national income averaged 1.7 percent per annum in the euro-zone countries, compared with the 2.5 percent per annum averaged by the United Kingdom over the same time period. Moreover, the unemployment rate fell substantially in the United Kingdom (as well as in the United States and Canada), but tended to rise in the euro-zone countries, most notably in France and Germany.

A cavalier refusal by the EU’s technocrats to debate and address the concerns of those who feel threatened by a headlong rush into a more all-encompassing political and monetary union without adequate democratic safeguards has lent legitimacy to the views of populist politicians, such as France’s Jean Marie le Pen, and a corresponding rise of extremist parties all across the EU. This is a phenomenon that tends to arise when voters sense that their concerns are not even being considered by what they would characterize as a corrupt and cozy political class.

The EU must eliminate the underlying assumption that fiscal policy, since it can be influenced directly by the political process, should always be completely politically constrained. If anything, the performance of Euroland’s core economies over the past few years has demonstrated the total limitations of technocratic fiscal and monetary policy.

And yet this kind of deficit-bashing insanity is spreading like a cancer across the global economy. We all should know when the economy is in trouble. High unemployment; sluggish growth in output, productivity, wages; high inflation etc., these are all things which have meaning to us on an individual and collective basis. A budget deficit, by contrast, is just a number. It’s akin to blaming the thermometer when it registers that someone has a flu bug. Any doctor would legitimately be called a quack if he proposed a cure for influenza by sticking the thermometer in a bucket of ice until we got the right “reading” that was deemed to be acceptable to him.

Yet this is exactly what the poor Greeks have now been blackmailed into signing up for. Heaven help the US if it begins to move further down that road, as many are now suggesting.

Roosevelt Institute Braintruster Marshall Auerback is a market analyst and commentator.

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