And Greece is already welcoming a new Prime Minister - the former vice-president of the European Central Bank, Lucas Papademos, will be sworn in on Friday. It brings to an end days of political wrangling in Athens as main parties struggled to come to an agreement. The new coalition government will have to vote for more austerity measures to release another portion of an EU bailout. Otherwise Greece warns it will go bankrupt within weeks. Political analyst Peter Eyre believes the true nature of the deepening crisis is being hidden from public view.
Oil at $300 or $500 per Barrel If Israel Attacks Iran – PECAN Group [Protocol II Economic Wars]
In 2006, as Israel and the U.S. began to rattle sabers over Iran’s nuclear program, Iran’s Revolutionary Guards deployed bottom-tethered mines in the Strait of Hormuz, according to a defector.
“The plan is to stop trade,” the source told Newsmax. One third of the world’s oil passes through the Strait of Hormuz.
Shh... Don't Tell Anyone, But The New Greek PM Opposed The October 26 Bailout Deal
On the same day that EU leaders finally struck a deal with bank representatives on private sector involvement in the Greek bailout, Greece's new prime minister was actually speaking out against that very plan.
Global Insurrection Against Banker Occupation (GIABO)
7 shades of void - "American Dream" The GIABO Mix.
Occupy Wall Street joins an Assembly of Struggles in Athens
From a glance at a recent front page of The New York Times, you might guess that a political meeting in Athens this week would be full of talk about the resigning prime minister, bailout deals, and the Euro. The land that gave birth to European civilization now seems on the brink of sinking the whole continent’s economy. But, among those gathered on Monday in a basement in the neighborhood of Exarcheia—a kind of Haight-Ashbury for Greek anarchists—the agenda was completely different. They talked instead about parks, public kitchens, and barter bazaars. They even seemed pretty hopeful.
Let's go one step further
On the present situation in Greece
Libya's Liberation Front is organizing in the Sahel according to Franklin Lamb, with commentary by Dennis South
Today the Sahel is providing protection, weapons gathering and storage facilities, sites for training camps, and hideouts as well as a generally formidable base for those working to organize the growing Libyan Liberation Front (LLF). The aim of the LLF is to liberate Libya from what it considers NATO installed colonial puppets. The Sahel region is only one of multiple locations which are becoming active as the Libyan counter revolution, led by members of the Gadahfi and Wafalla tribes, make preparations for the next phase of resistance.
History of the British Empire
Queen Victoria, the monarchy, and the British Empire are built on theft, bloodshed and murder. The link between Great Britain, Africa, slavery, India, Afghanistan and many other ugly truths manifesting themselves in some form today, tends not to be widely taught in the UK. The result is that many people, even citizens of England live in absolute ignorance about how their country became a power in the world. However, this most excellent sketch by CBBC children TV show: Horrible Histories, episode 11, exposes the story for all and sundry.
Egypt Pyramid Closes Ahead Of 11/11/11
Egypt's antiquities authority closed the largest of the Giza pyramids Friday following rumors that groups would try to hold spiritual ceremonies on the site at 11:11 A.M. on Nov. 11, 2011.
Inside Occupy Wall Street
How a bunch of anarchists and radicals with nothing but sleeping bags launched a nationwide movement
Global Protest Human Rights Day 10 December 2011 Worldwide Action
Occupy Wall Street Goes Global: Social Unrest a Response to Corrupt Politicians, Davidowitz Says
Occupy Rio joins global protest movement
Protesters in Brazil have joined a growing global movement against corporate greed. AFPTV went to visit the Occupy Rio camp, in the heart of Rio, where about 150 people proclaiming 2012 the year for "the end of the capitalist world".
Bailout Was First Steps Of Global Crisis & Currency War
Finally, a Judge Stands up to Wall Street
Federal judge Jed Rakoff, a former prosecutor with the U.S. Attorney’s office here in New York, is fast becoming a sort of legal hero of our time. He showed that again yesterday when he shat all over the SEC’s latest dirty settlement with serial fraud offender Citigroup, refusing to let the captured regulatory agency sweep yet another case of high-level criminal malfeasance under the rug.
Occupy Homes: New Coalition Links Homeowners, Activists in Direct Action to Halt Foreclosures
A loose-knit coalition of activists known as the “Occupy Homes” are working to stave off pending evictions by occupying homes at risk of foreclosure when tenants enlist their support. The movement has recently enjoyed a number of successes.
Big Study: Vaccinated Kids 2-5 More Diseases Than Unvaccinated
A German study released in September 2011 of about 8000 UNVACCINATED children, newborn to 19 years, show vaccinated children have at least 2 to 5 times more diseases and disorders than unvaccinated children.