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Wed Nov 7, 2012, 01:12 PM


Multiple thousands of people surround the Greek Parliament, teargas, Molotovs: livestream:

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I post this because "our" government shall shortly begin again talking about the debt ceiling. Trillions of dollars were handed out to banksters and more than half of our tax dollar goes to the military. Note that they will not ever mention seriously, cutting the military budget and the permanent war status allowing for it. Or ever getting back the bankster monies.

Do those two things and there is zero need for "austerity" in the US. DEMAND IT.

"austerity" is just a bankster's way of saying "whoops, there's no money; better make the little people pay for our THEFT"!



Alert!! Watching OCCUPY WORLD NEWS NOW athens is going down now..teargas, water canons, stones, molotov http://livestre.am/1lVAH

A peaceful protest again met with police brutality. The channel narrator confirms it was peaceful until police attacked. The crowd was enormous but gas has thinned it. Apparent use of flash-bangs. The narrator says after the most recent police attack upon protesters, that the police were being hunted down by citizens due to brutality.

Evidently a list of some 2,000 politicians was found listing their Swiss (and other) bank accounts, while the people of Greece are being used to socialize debt.

RT ‏@RT_com

BREAKING: Police using water cannons against anti-austerity protesters in Athens; LIVE STREAM http://on.rt.com/uwphfw

NY Occupy:
WATCH LIVE!!!! Protesters in Greece.

Anonymous ‏@YourAnonNews

A live snaspshot of teargas flooding at Syntagma Sq right now #Greece #7ngr pic.twitter.com/epk8R0FL
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Incredible video:



7/11/12 Athens, Greece - 200.000 protesters marched for a second day outside the parliament and clashed with police during a rally in central Athens as parliament votes on a new programme of austerity measures. Hundreds of thousands of Greeks began a crippling 48-hour strike on Tuesday to protest against this new round of wage and pension cuts that parliament is expected to approve. 105 persons get arrested.

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sabrina 1 Nov 2012 #1

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Thu Nov 8, 2012, 02:28 PM

1. And once again, their treasonous elected officials are going to go along with the

draconian Austerity programs inflicted on them by Brussels on behalf of the Corrupt Bankers.

When will Greece just learn to do what Venezuela did and Iceland and simple walk away from the EU, the World Bank, the IMF et al whose disdain for ordinary people could not be more apparent.

Spain, Ireland also need to default on those loans which the people often had no say in, and take back their sovereignty.

It is heart-breaking to watch these Global Thugs turn what were once First World countries into third World disaster areas all to protect the corrupt, greedy Bankers who collapsed the World's Economies.

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