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After Creating Dollar Exclusion Zones In Asia And South America, China Set To Corner Africa Next | ZeroHedge

Posted by satyrikon στο 15 Ιουλίου, 2012

National emblem of the People's Republic of China
National emblem of the People’s Republic of China (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

By now it really, really should be obvious. While the insolvent «developed world» is furiously fighting over who gets to pay the bill for 30 years of unsustainable debt accumulation and how to pretend that the modern ‘crony capitalist for some and communist for others’ system isn’t one flap of a butterfly’s wings away from full on collapse mode, China is slowly taking over the world’s real assets. As a reminder: here is a smattering of our headlines on the topic from the last year: «»World’s Second (China) And Third Largest (Japan) Economies To Bypass Dollar, Engage In Direct Currency Trade», «China, Russia Drop Dollar In Bilateral Trade», «China And Iran To Bypass Dollar, Plan Oil Barter System», «India and Japan sign new $15bn currency swap agreement», «Iran, Russia Replace Dollar With Rial, Ruble in Trade, Fars Says», «India Joins Asian Dollar Exclusion Zone, Will Transact With Iran In Rupees», ‘The USD Trap Is Closing: Dollar Exclusion Zone Crosses The Pacific As Brazil Signs China Currency Swap», and finally, «Chile Is Latest Country To Launch Renminbi Swaps And Settlement», we now get the inevitable: «Central bank pledges financial push in Africa.» To summarize: first Asia, next Latin America, and now Africa.

Yep: the Yuan may not be the reserve currency by default, but at this
rate China will have bilateral, read USD-bypassing relations, with all
countries in Asia, South America and shortly Africa (where none other
than Goldman Sachs has been pushing harder than anyone). Once the entire
world is trading in CNY, it will be merely a matter of flipping the
switch and all those fancy three-letter economic theories that explain
why the uber-welfare state works just becayse the US can print an infinity+1 in debt, will all suddenly find themselves completely and totally bidless.

From China Daily:

China is to promote the yuan’s use in settling trade and
investment with Africa, and encourage the more active development of
Chinese financial institutions across the continent, a senior central
bank official said on Friday.

 

Li Dongrong, assistant governor of the People’s Bank of China, said
Africa has the capability of becoming a new hub of international capital
flow, and the yuan’s use there should be further improved in accordance
with rising demand for the currency there.

 

«We will continue to encourage domestic financial institutions to
increase their presence and business across the continent,» Li told
delegates at the Forum on China-Africa Financial Cooperation in Beijing,
adding that the cooperation potential between the two sides is huge, as
Africa’s economy continues to take off.

 

According to Li, yuan-denominated settlement between China and some
African countries has already started, with 4.3 billion yuan ($156.5
million) worth of settlement made with South Africa and 2.3 trillion
yuan with Mauritius, for example.

 

The popularity of using the yuan has been increasing in Africa, and
more central banks are considering including the currency in their
reserve portfolios, reported various governors of African central banks
at the forum.

For China, Ghana is not Spain. It is far, far more valuable.

Millison Narh, second deputy governor of the Bank of
Ghana, said the bank’s board of directors has decided to use the yuan as
part of its settlement and reserve currencies in January, but has yet
to finalise details with the People’s Bank of China

 

«We have looked at the currency rate risk management of the reserve
portfolio. I think the yuan has performed very well, supported by the
huge international reserves of China. It makes sense to use the yuan as
both the settlement currency and the reserve currency.»

 

More African central banks will make similar decisions, and in five
years about 20 percent of African central banks’ foreign reserve
portfolio would be yuan assets, he said.

So is Zambia:

Michael Gondwe, governor of the Bank of Zambia, added
that his country is yet to decide on including the yuan in its foreign
reserve assets, but it is expecting increased usage of it to settle
trade between China and Zambia.

 

Franklin Kennedy, a non-executive director of the African
Export-Import Bank, said he believed using the yuan on the continent was
«a natural evolvement – it has to happen», and expects more African
central banks to include the currency in their foreign reserve
portfolios.

Of course the French, who are not used to being snubbed in what is
rapidly becoming a second Congress of Berlin, only this time one without
any European participation, are not very happy:

One trade finance manager at Societe Generale (China)
Ltd, who declined to be named, said he has seen little demand among
traders to settle deals in yuan, because there is no sound channel to
make investment or purchases in yuan after holding the currency.

As for the truth:

Babacar Ndiaye, the former president of the African
Development Bank, said he saw «no reason» why traders would refuse to
settle transactions in yuan «when the trade flow increases» between
China and Africa.

 

«It is logical that very soon more and more central banks of Africa will follow Nigeria to include the yuan into their reserves,» he said

 

He added at present it is just the beginning, and central banks would
also prefer to buy treasury bonds from China in the future if possible.

But… but… if the whole world suddenly realizes that the CNY is the defacto reserve currency and «would also prefer to buy treasury bonds from China in the future if possible«… who does that leave as natural buyers for US paper? Aside from the Fed of course…

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Citi’s Buiter: Greece will be forced out of the euro regardless of who wins the Sunday elections | ZeroHedge

Posted by satyrikon στο 16 Ιουνίου, 2012

New Democracy. Syriza. Doesn’t matter. According to Citi’s senior political analyst Tina Fordham, chief economist Willem Buiter, and global economist Ebrahim Rahbari, «any new Greek government, regardless of its composition, will struggle with implementation challenges related to the imposition of further austerity measures demanded by the Troika in exchange for further assistance,» and as a result, they «consider it likely that a new troika deal would ultimately fall apart and lead to Grexit.»

Citi notes that there is growing sense among European leaders that «promotion of economic growth can no longer be subordinated completely, even in fiscally unsustainable euro area member states, to the requirements of fiscal austerity,» but no one has any idea what that means.

This seems to be the current thinking, according to Citi:

 
 

The only operational, practical consensus on growth is that austerity policies should not be unnecessarily pro-cyclical. If a deficit target is overshot because of bad luck (economic activity and government revenues are weaker than expected despite full adherence to all conditionality) rather than bad faith (there has been a failure to implement agreed measures or policies), the shortfall will not have to be made up immediately – in the original time frame. More time will be given to achieve the original objectives without the need for deeper and faster austerity than originally envisaged. Bad faith (non-compliance) will, for incentive-compatibility or moral hazard reasons, continue to be punished with demand for enhanced and faster austerity.

Warning. Also, reminder: «And of course, reduced austerity does not mean no austerity, let alone the reversal of austerity…fiscal policy will remain contractionary overall – just less contractionary.»

Citi’s doesn’t think Greece is able to handle any more austerity, and its rapidly deteriorating fiscal condition is hastening a day of reckoning. On how and when Greek membership in the euro ends:

 
 

A possible trigger would be the determination by the IMF following the first or second assessment, that it cannot disburse its next installment due under the current programme because the Greek programme is not fully funded for 12 months after the assessment. In that case some of the smaller core euro area member states that have made their contributions to the Greek EFSF programme conditional on the IMF disbursing would probably drop out too. The Greek sovereign would then be forced to default. Then the ECB would stop funding the Greek banks through the Eurosystem and through the Greek ELA. With neither the Greek sovereign nor the Greek banks having access to the lender of last resort, we believe Greece would probably leave the eurozone, as some liquidity through the issuance of New Drachma is better than no liquidity.

The Citi team says that «more generally, we are concerned at the prospect of formerly wealthy countries becoming ‘new, critical fragile states.'» This is where things get really messy. They don’t think the ECB, EU, et al. will even let Greece go financially when things get really bad as described above. More like this:

 
 

In order to prevent such a scenario, we believe that even if “Grexit” were to occur, Greece would stay in the European Union and receive some form of Troika or other external assistance, most likely through the Balance of Payments facility run by the European Commission and the IMF for non-euro area EU member states. Since 2008, Latvia, Hungary and Romania have been under such programmes. Support from the EIB, and from Structural and Cohesion funds would also be likely to be forthcoming. We would also expect the ECB to continue to support the Bank of Greece after a Grexit. After all, the Greek central bank would exit the Eurosystem with considerable euro-denominated debt to the Eurosystem (this could be its Target2 net debit balance – something around €100bn, or its share of the total losses suffered by the Eurosystem as a result of Greek exit, however this would be established, net of the capital it has paid into the ECB, which would, in principle, be refundable on exit).

And the darkness is spreading through Europe. The «seeds of dystopia» are being planted:

 
 

Throughout the euro area periphery, and indeed beyond it in the ‘soft core’ of the euro area, the potential for the so-called “seeds of dystopia” referred to in the WEF Global Risks report remains a key long-term risk to European political stability and competitiveness, as youth unemployment rises and the social contract between states and citizens erodes. The burdens of this adjustment fall disproportionately on young people, as evidenced in youth unemployment exceeding 50% in Greece and Spain and unacceptably high everywhere in the periphery and the euro area at large. We continue to take the view that political change in Europe will continue to take place in the ballot box, but note the rising risk of frequent changes in government, street violence and other upheaval in a more fraught environment undermining both political and social consensus when it is most needed. However, unlike in the Middle East and North Africa, European countries do not have an age pyramid, but rather an inverted one, making it less likely that inter-generational conflict will propel rapid change in political outcomes towards more growth and employment-friendly policies.

 

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Greece — What Matters And What Does Not | ZeroHedge

Posted by satyrikon στο 16 Ιουνίου, 2012

From Mark Grant, author of Out of the Box

Greece—What matters and What does Not

The bond market is heading East while the equity markets heads West because they have two totally different focuses at present. I have seen this often enough in my almost four decades on Wall Street and I am always amused when this differentiation takes place. It is really just a reaction to what either market is staring at that causes this phenomenon to take place and, eventually, one market proves to be correct while the other gallops along to catch up. The stock markets seem buoyed by the possibility of the more EU friendly government to win this Sunday’s election and they are taking comfort in the hope for support of the world’s major central banks and the possibility of more easing; a new or redefined QE3. The fixed income people are concentrating on the possibility of a systemic financial shock, the recession in Europe that will affect the United States and the plight of the European banks. In my experience the bond markets generally get it right and get there first and I expect nothing different this time.

Let us calmly consider the facts as we can ferret them out and change our focus to reality and not what we are spoon fed by the Europeans. Greece has a total debt of about $1.3 trillion. This is composed of their sovereign debt, which Europe counts, and then their $90 billion in derivatives, their Federally guaranteed regional debt, their sovereign guaranteed bank and corporate debt, their obligations to the EU and finally their loans at the other central banks. It is just simple addition and not my opinion; I am just counting all of the liabilities while Europe does not. Then if you take their GDP and divide it by their total debt you get a debt to GDP ratio of around 453%. You may claim, and somewhat correctly, there is value in some of their assets which would be an off-set in case of actual default but the problem here is that they are a sovereign nation so how one would lay claim to any Greeks assets would be quite problematical.

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Just What Is Mario Draghi Hiding? ECB Declines To Respond To Bloomberg FOIA Request On Greek-Goldman Swaps | ZeroHedge

Posted by satyrikon στο 14 Ιουνίου, 2012

Back in February 2010, in the aftermath of the discovery that none other than Goldman Sachs had facilitated for nearly a decade the masking of the true magnitude of non-Maastricht conforming Greek debt, Zero Hedge first identified the prospectus for a Goldman underwritten swap agreement securitization titled Titlos PLC. We titled the analysis «Is Titlos PLC The Downgrade Catalyst Trigger Which Will Destroy Greece?» because for all intents and purposes it was: at that time a rating agency downgrade of the country would lead to a chain of events which would make billions in assets ineligible for ECB collateral, forcing a massive margin call on the National Bank of Greece, which likely would have precipitated a Greek default there and then.

In retrospect, considering the two years of pain that Greece has already suffered, this may have been the better option as the country would have taken its bitter medicine, and become a second Iceland case study by now, growing at a brisk pace, unencumbered by debt, free from the clutches of the Euro, instead of having its economy collapse by nearly 10% every year without any resolution in sight.

But that is irrelevant for the time being: what is relevant is Titlos itself, and what Bloomberg did after we posted the analysis. It turns out that following in the footsteps of Mark Pittman, Bloomberg sued the ECB under Freedom of Information rules requesting «access to two internal papers drafted for the central bank’s six-member Executive Board. They show how Greece used swaps to hide its borrowings, according to a March 3, 2010, note attached to the papers and obtained by Bloomberg News. The first document is entitled “The impact on government deficit and debt from off-market swaps: the Greek case.” The second reviews Titlos Plc, a securitization that allowed National Bank of Greece SA, the country’s biggest lender, to exchange swaps on Greek government debt for funding from the ECB, the Executive Board said in the cover note. The ECB’s response: «The European Central Bank said it can’t release files showing how Greece may have used derivatives to hide its borrowings because disclosure could still inflame the crisis threatening the future of the single currency.»

Maybe.

But what is far more likely is that the reason why the ECB, headed by none other than former Goldmanite Mario Draghi, is desperate to keep these documents secret is for another reason. A very simple reason:

 
 

Mario Draghi – 2002-2005:  Vice Chairman and Managing Director at Goldman Sachs International

In other words, Draghi was a key executive at Goldman at precisely the time when none other than Goldman Sachs was hired to create and facilitate the active hiding of the true extent of the Greek debt problem.

In yet other words: could it be that none other than the head of the European Central Bank is refusing to cooperate with a Bloomberg FOIA, something even the US Federal Reserve ultimately succumbed to which led the revelation that the Fed had handed out trillions in secret loans to banks all around the world  – and that includes tens of billions in under the table loans to JPM, contrary to Dimon’s defense that he did not need the TARP money in Senate yesterday: he did, and much more, but since when is perjury a crime before a kangaroo court of bought politicians:

But this is not about JPM for once. Let’s go back to that infernal mollusc which everyone loved to hate in all of 2009 and 2010 until JP Morgan became the world’s Fed-backstopped, prop trading pinata, and the response that the ECB did provide to Bloomberg as a reason for not handing out the required information:

 
 

Disclosing the files when Bloomberg News first sought them in 2010 would have “fueled negative perceptions about Greece’s ability to honor its debt,” ECB lawyer Marta Lopez Torres said at a hearing of the European Union’s General Court in Luxembourg today. “It’s the same now with Spain” which “isn’t able to borrow money,” she said. “Markets are reacting in very volatile ways. It’s affecting the euro economy.”

In other words from Mutual Assured Destruction as a means to push through policy propaganda, M.A.D. is now the only option for heads of central banks from being exposed to the world as the very same people who enabled the current financial collapse in the first place?

Now we see…

More from Bloomberg, which explains the reasoning for demanding access to the two abovementioned docs:

 
 

These documents “played a role” in shaping policy and “highlighted there were issues” when the ECB undertook a review of its eligibility criteria for collateral in its funding operations, the ECB lawyer told the court.

 

The cornerstone of the ECB’s response to the crisis is to give banks as much money as they needed in return for collateral. In October 2010, the ECB changed the rules on the asset-backed securities it accepted and gave itself more discretionary power to reject collateral if necessary.

 

The public has a right to know how EU authorities may have allowed Greece to hide its deficit, which helped trigger Europe’s sovereign debt crisis,” said Matthew Winkler, editor- in-chief of Bloomberg News. “Greater transparency results in more accountability, and we seek this information to understand how this debt debacle unfolded in an effort to avoid repeating it.”

 

The Greek government didn’t originally disclose the swaps, designed to help it comply with the deficit and debt rules it agreed to meet when it joined the euro in 2001. The swaps allowed the country to increase borrowings by 5.3 billion euros, Eurostat, the EU’s statistics agency, said in November 2010.

 

In April 2009 — seven months before the Greek crisis erupted — ECB officials spotted “a swap operation in unusual terms,” according to the March 2010 document.

And back to Goldman, who in the 2001 onward period was the sole bank provider of shady currency swap transactions:

 
 

In the largest derivative transaction disclosed so far, Greece borrowed 2.8 billion euros from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. in 2001 through a derivative that swapped dollar- and yen- denominated debt issued by the nation for euros using a historical exchange rate, a move that generated an implied reduction in total borrowings.

 

“The Greek authorities had never informed Eurostat about this complex issue, and no opinion on the accounting treatment had been requested,” Eurostat, the Luxembourg-based statistics agency, said in a statement. The watchdog had only “general” discussions with financial institutions over its debt and deficit guidelines when the swap was executed in 2001.

 

“It is possible that Goldman Sachs (GS) asked us for general clarifications,” Eurostat said, declining to elaborate further.

 

Spokesmen for Goldman Sachs in London couldn’t immediately comment after the hearing.

How about asking that other Goldman Sachs spokesman, Mario Dragi? Perhaps at the next ECB press conference journalists can finally grow a pair and start asking the really important questions instead of listening to the violins as the European titanic is steadily sinking?

 

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Fitch Follows S&P, Slashes Spain By 3 Notches To BBB, Only Moody Is Left – Step 3 Collateral Downgrade Imminent | ZeroHedge

Posted by satyrikon στο 7 Ιουνίου, 2012

 

Fitch Follows S&P, Slashes Spain By 3 Notches To BBB, Only Moody Is Left – Step 3 Collateral Downgrade Imminent

First it Egan-Jones (of course). Then S&P. Now Fitch (which sees the Spanish bank recap burden between €60 and a massive €100 billion!)joins the downgrade party of rating agencies that have Spain at a sub-A rating. Only Moody’s is left. What happens when Moody’s also cuts Spain to BBB or less? Bad things: as we explained on April 30, when everyone has Spain at BBB or less…

If all agencies downgrade Spain to BBB+ or below, the ECB could increase haircuts by 5% on SPGBs

The key aspect in terms of the Spanish downgrade(s) is the ECB’s LTRO. If all three rating agencies move Spain to BBB+ or below then under the ECB’s current framework it moves into the Step 3 collateral bucket which requires an additional 5% haircut across the maturities. In classifying its risk management buckets, the ECB uses the highest of the ratings to determine an asset’s position (unlike the sovereign benchmark indices which use the lowest rating, in general). Fitch and Moodys currently rate Spain at A and A3 respectively, with both having a negative outlook in place leaving only a small downgrade margin before Spain migrates to the lower ECB bucket.

Italy’s position is marginally more precarious in that it shares Spain’s A3 rating from Moody’s but is rated lower at A- by Fitch, and is similarly outlook negative from both agencies. One would hope ECB pragmatism would prevail and move to be more accommodative on its collateral haircut rules on sovereign debt.

The weakness of the eurozone’s growth outlook is undermining the efforts of many sovereigns to rein in budget deficits, thereby highlighting the self-defeating nature of the fiscal compact as currently defined. Including the political impact, this has potential to lead to further downgrades

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ΣΕΝΑΡΙΟ ΑΝΤΙΜΕΤΩΠΙΣΗΣ ΤΗΣ ΕΠΕΡΧΟΜΕΝΗΣ ΚΟΙΝΩΝΙΚΗΣ ΑΝΑΤΑΡΑΧΗΣ ΣΤΗΝ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ ΛΟΓΩ ΤΗΣ ΟΞΥΝΣΗΣ ΤΗΣ ΟΙΚΟΝΟΜΙΚΗΣ ΚΡΙΣΗΣ.

Posted by satyrikon στο 9 Απριλίου, 2010


Στις 25 Δεκεμβρίου 2009

δημοσιεύτηκαν στο μπλόγκ του

Mat Rodina

προβλέψεις οικονομικές και πολιτικές για το έτος 2010.

Μεταξύ των χωρών που αναφέρονται βρίσκεται και το παρακάτω κείμενο που αφορά στην Ελλάδα

«Greece
Greece will be the first European nation to default on its sovereign debt.

Total economic collapse will follow and rioting will escalate past last year’s.

By mid summer, the government will be paralyzed and the military, backed by the Orthodox Church will seize power. Islamics will stage demonstrations that will turn bloody and there will be at least a few minor terrorist acts.

A full cleansing of the Islamics and Albanians will proceed throughout Greece.

Greek relations with Turkey will be on the edge of war.».

Όπως μπορεί κάποιος να παρατηρήσει με βάση τα τρέχοντα οικονομικά γεγονότα οι μέχρι στιγμής προβλέψεις του Mat Rodina αρχίζουν να λαμβάνουν σάρκα και οστά.

Εδώ δεν θα αναλύσουμε τα στοιχεία που δικαιώνουν αρχικά αυτές τις προβλέψεις,

αλλά θα αναπτύξουμε ένα σενάριο το οποίο κατά την γνώμη μας ενδέχεται να αναπτυχθεί στις προσεχείς μέρες.

Υπάρχει μετέωρη η απορία που πλανάται από την επαύριο της εσωτερικής νίκης του Α.Σαμαρά στην προεδρία της Νέας Δημοκρατίας.

Το ερώτημα είναι :Γιατί έχασε η Ντόρα Μπακογιάννη τις εκλογές για την προεδρία της Ν.Δ.?

Είναι γνωστοί οι δεσμοί της Ντόρας με τον αμερικανικό παράγοντα καθώς επίσης και οι αλλεπάλληλες παραστάσεις της στις συνόδους της Λέσχης Μπίλντερμπεργκ.

Αραγε οι προστάτες της άφησαν την Ντόρα απροστάτευτη?

Την εγκατέλειψαν στην τύχη της?

Οι απόψεις της για την Ελλάδα και τον ελληνικό λαό είναι πασίγνωστες.

Προσομοιάζουν με τις απόψεις του Γ.Α.Παπανδρέου.

Η Ντόρα δεν αφέθηκε στην τύχη της ούτε την εγκατάλειψαν οι προστάτες της.

Απλώς προορίζεται να χρησιμοποιηθεί εφεδρικά στην πρότελευταία πράξη της ελληνικής τραγωδίας.

Από την άλλη μεριά υπάρχει ο Ε.Βενιζέλος ο οποίος είναι και αυτός ο χαμένος της εσωτερικής αναμέτρησης για την προεδρία του ΠΑΣΟΚ.

Η ομάδα Βενιζέλου(όσοι εξακολουθούν να την στηρίζουν ακόμη) μετά από την ήττα της αναδιπλώθηκε και παραμένει  εν υπνώσει περιμένοντας την κατάλληλη ευκαιρία για δράση.

Είναι φανερό πλέον τοίς πάσι ότι η σημερινή κυβέρνηση του Γ.Α.Παπανδρέου ανήλθε στην εξουσία

(μετά την ευέλικτη αποχώρηση του Κ.Καραμανλή)

με κύριο στόχο την αποσάθρωση της Ελλάδας.

Όλα της τα νομοθετήματα-όσα ψηφίστηκαν και όσα πρόκειται να ψηφιστόυν-στοχεύουν ενάντια στον ελληνικό λαό.

Του αφαιρούν δικαιώματα, οικονομικά και πολιτικά.

Του αφαιρούν δικαιώματα που τα απέκτησε με αγώνες και αίμα στα χρόνια που πέρασαν.

Είναι ο ταξικός αντίπαλος.

Είναι η ηγετική ομάδα που πραξικοπηματικά ανήλθε στην εξουσία του πάλαι ποτέ Πανελλήνιου Σοσιαλιστικού Κινήματος της Διακήρυξης της 3ης του Σεπτέμβρη 1974.

Όμως πλέον τα πράγματα αρχίζουν να γίνονται δύσκολα για την κυβέρνηση του Γ.Α.Π.

Είναι ζήτημα χρόνου η συνειδητοποίηση του ελληνικού λαού.

Ο

Μάο Τσε Τούγκ

έγραφε εξιστορώντας την «Μεγάλη Πορεία»: Περνούσαμε από τα χωριά που κατείχαν οι «Μαύροι»(πολιτικός όρος που αναφέρεται στον αντίπαλο ΤσαγκαιΣεκ) και τα ελευθερώναμε.

Αμεσα εφαρμόζαμε την πολιτική μας-ουσιαστικά ,διανομή χωραφιών στους κατοίκους-και την άλλη μέρα φεύγαμε.

Γνωρίζαμε ότι οι «Μαύροι» θα τα ανακαταλάβουν και θα επαναφέρουν το παλιό καθεστώς διοίκησης. Όμως ο λαός θα είχε ζήσει τον τρόπο της δικής μας διοίκησης και δεν θα τον ξεχνούσε.

Αρα θα αποτελούσε εν δυνάμει αντίπαλο του παλιού καθεστώτος.

Αναλογικά, σκεφτείτε,

έναν λαό

του οποίου το βιοτικό επίπεδο και όχι μόνον καταστρέφεται μέρα με την μέρα και στις μνήμες επαναφέρεται η μεταπολεμική ανέχεια και η μιζέρια τι είδους αντίπαλος θα είναι για τους «Μαύρους» που τον ματώνουν και καταδικάζουν αυτόν και τα παιδιά του σε μια ζωή χωρίς μέλλον.

Επομένως το πολιτικοοικονομικό σύστημα θα πρέπει να προλάβει την εξέλιξη αυτή.

Η μόνη λύση

για την επίτευξη αυτού του σκοπού είναι

η «αθόρυβη» απόσυρση

του Γ.Α.Π.

μέσα από εκλογές η με άλλο τρόπο, με αφορμή την δημιουργία νέου κόμματος από τα σπλάχνα των δύο μεγάλων κομμάτων ώστε για μια ακόμη φορά να εξαπατηθεί ο ελληνικός λαός και να αποφευχθεί το έστω και το ελάχιστο ενδεχόμενο

εθνικής λαικής επαναστατικης εξέγερσης.

Το σενάριο θέλει για να λειτουργήσει την αποχώρηση η την διαγραφή της Ντόρας από την Ν.Δ. και την δημιουργία νέου πολιτικού σχηματισμού.

Ταυτόχρονα η πρίν από αυτό θα πρέπει ο Ε.Βενιζέλος για κάποιο λόγο να αποχωρήσει η να διαγραφεί από το ΠΑΣΟΚ και να προχωρήσει και αυτός σε δημιουργία πολιτικού σχηματισμού.

Δεν γνωρίζουμε το «τεχνικό μέρος» της δημιουργίας των νέων πολιτικών σχηματισμών η της δημιουργίας ενιαίου πολιτικού σχηματισμού συνεργασίας Ντόρας και Βενιζέλου.

Αυτή η έλλειψη όμως δεν μας αφαιρεί το δικαίωμα της λογικής προσέγγισης του σεναρίου εξαπάτησης του ελληνικού λαού.

Γιά του λόγου το αληθές σας

παραθέτουμε μερικές απο τις τρέχουσες η και προηγούμενων ημερών ειδήσεις.

1.Το 62% των πολιτών θέλει νέο κόμμα!

2.Αποστροφή των πολιτών για τα κόμματα.

3.Προς νέο κόμμα η Ντόρα ;

4.ΕΠΙΚΙΝΔΥΝΑ ΠΟΛΙΤΙΚΑ ΓΕΝΝΗΤΟΥΡΙΑ ΜΕ ΣΤΟΧΟ ΤΗΝ ΚΑΤΑΔΥΝΑΣΤΕΥΣΗ ΤΟΥ ΛΑΟΥ ΚΑΙ ΤΗΝ ΑΠΟΔΙΑΡΘΡΩΣΗ ΤΗΣ ΧΩΡΑΣ.

5.Με τη «συνταγή» Βενιζέλου το θέμα της Μπακογιάννη

6.«Νέα Ελλάδα» το κόμμα της Ντόρας Μπακογιάννη?

7.Χώρος για νέο κόμμα…

8.ΜΠΑΚΟΓΙΑΝΝΗ-ΒΕΝΙΖΕΛΟΣ Αγωγές κατά του «Veto»

9.The EU Price of Greek Sovereignty, Will Revolution Follow?

ΣΕΝΑΡΙΑ !!! ΣΕΝΑΡΙΑ!!! ΣΕΝΑΡΙΑ!!!

ΟΜΩΣ ΟΠΩΣ ΔΙΑΦΑΙΝΕΤΑΙ ΣΕ ΕΝΔΕΧΟΜΕΝΗ ΠΡΟΣΦΥΓΗ ΤΗΣ ΕΛΛΑΔΑΣ

ΣΤΟ ΔΝΤ


ΤΗΝ ΚΥΒΕΡΝΗΣΗ ΤΗΣ ΧΩΡΑΣ ΘΑ ΤΗΝ ΤΟΠΟΘΕΤΕΙ

ΤΟ ΔΝΤ.

UPDATE 18 ΑΠΡΙΛΙΟΥ 2010

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ΝΤΟΡΑΣ-ΒΕΝΙΖΕΛΟΥ-ΚΑΡΑΤΖΑΦΕΡΗ?

18/04/2010

Μπακογιάννη, Καρατζαφέρης, Βενιζέλος

μαζί για το

«παιδί του…σωλήνα» τους!

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