kris-EU mm

Hätsk debatt om fördragsändring för EU – Vad betyder det här egentligen? Eftersom zombie-media förmedlar bilden att något är fel med Tysklands och Frankrikes förslag, och Barroso kallar förslaget oacceptabelt, så verkar det gå emot ”herrarnas” planer, de som drar i trådarna bakom scenen. Och när knähunden Meltzer talar om att länder ”missköter sin ekonomi” och därför ska straffas av diktatorn, vad betyder det? Att man vill ta hänsyn till ländernas medborgare och inte bara se till bankernas intresse?
Och det talas helt öppet som om det vore självklart, att det värsta som kunde hända var om folken skulle få lägga sig i hur länderna ska skötas!!

Manifesto of the appalled economists från några franska ekonomer:

Europe is in fact caught in its own institutional trap: states must borrow from private financial institutions, which obtain cheap cash from the European Central Bank. As a consequence, the markets hold the key to the funding of the states. In this context, the lack of European solidarity gives rise to speculation, all the more so when the rating agencies’ game accentuates the mistrust.

It took the downgrading, on June 15th, of the rating of Greece by the agency Moody’s, to bring the European leaders to use the word “irrational” again, a word that they had used so much at the beginning of the subprime crisis. Similarly, we now discover that Spain is much more threatened by the fragility of its growth model and of its banking system, than by its public debt.

In order to “reassure the markets,” a stabilizing fund for the Euro has been improvised, and drastic as well as indiscriminate plans of cuts in public spending have been launched all over Europe. Civil servants are the first affected, including in France, where the increase of their pension contributions is a disguised cut of their wages. The number of civil servants falls everywhere, threatening public services. Social security benefits are severely reduced, from the Netherlands to Portugal, as well as in France, with the current pension reform. Unemployment and the lack of job security will necessarily increase in the forthcoming years. These measures are irresponsible from a political and social perspective, and even in strictly economic terms.

As economists, we are appalled to see that these policies are still on the agenda, and that their theoretical foundations are not reconsidered. The arguments which have been used during thirty years in order to guide European economic policy choices have been undermined by the facts. The crisis has laid bare the dogmatic and unfounded nature of the alleged “obvious facts” repeated ad nauseam by policy makers and their advisers.

Andrew Gavin Marshall – “Crisis is an Opportunity”: Engineering a Global Depression to Create a Global Government

Problem, Reaction, Solution: “Crisis is an Opportunity”

In May of 2010, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Managing Director of the IMF, stated that, “crisis is an opportunity,” and called for “a new global currency issued by a global central bank, with robust governance and institutional features,” and that the “global central bank could also serve as a lender of last resort.” However, he stated, “I fear we are still very far from that level of global collaboration.”[1] Well, perhaps not so far as it might seem.

The notion of global governance has taken an evolutionary path to the present day, with the principle global political and economic actors and institutions incrementally constructing the apparatus of a global government. In the modern world, global governance is an inter-lapping, intersecting, and intertwined web of international organizations, think tanks, multinational corporations, nations, NGOs, philanthropic foundations, military alliances, intelligence agencies, banks and interest groups. Globalization – a term which was popularized in the late 1980s to refer to the global spread of multinational corporations – has laid the principle ideological and institutional foundations for this process. Global social, economic and political integration do not occur at an equal pace; rather, economic integration and governance on a global level has and will continue to be ahead of the other sectors of human social interaction, in both the pace and degree of integration. In short, global economic governance will set the pace for social and political global governance to follow.

What this implies then, is that the people have the potential to prevent this process from taking place, but only if they become directly involved in rejecting it. This means that people’s movements need to stop recognizing the legitimacy of these international organizations and institutions, complaining only that they are not included in discussions, and instead demand that they be dismantled altogether in favour of forming new governance arrangements – political, economic and social – that actively represent and empower the people over the entrenched powers. This is no simple task, in fact, it is likely the greatest, most monumental and challenging task that has ever faced humanity. So it seems necessary that the people not waste their time, not waste their votes, voices, or ideas, and work together to promote true progressive and humane change. There is hope in humanity yet, but so long as we allow the powerful to accumulate more power for themselves, we cannot expect things to get better for the majority. We must take advantage of our freedoms in order to fight for and preserve them. We can either be free thinkers, directing the course of our own lives, or we can be slaves to bankers.

Siddieq NoorzoyMessage to the US Media: ”Killing Afghans who had nothing to do with what happened on 9/11

For us, Obama did what he should have avoided, that is escalating the war in Afghanistan instead of ending this illegal and immoral war.
Just yesterday US bombers killed 25 Afghans in Helmand and when people complained NATO said ”it was only 14 and they were insurgents”.
Killing Afghans who had nothing to do with what happened on 9/11.
After what Wikileaks has revealed and what the common ordinary Afghans know about the crimes being committed against them by the foreign military, the latest 12 US soldiers from Fort Lewis in Washington State being on trial for killing Afghans ”just for sport” and keeping body parts with them as war trophy, what difference does it make who rules the Congress?

We have deeper moral problems in this country if the people do not care about the crimes committed in another land in their name and borrow $100 billion from China or keep printing money to spend on the war in Afghanistan claiming ”it will keep us safe”.
Further, read the report by Richard Gage and Gregg Roberts : ”Evidence Refutes the the Official 9/11 Investigation: The Scientific Forensic Facts” on their web They presented their report at the Washington Press Club on September 9, 2010. The implication of their findings are extremely important.
Was the tragic events of 9/11 a ”falseflag” as some have suggested?
Where is the media coverage on these issues and coverage about what is going on in Washington that is sinking our country and other countries attacked by the US.


3 svar to “kris-EU mm”

  1. Anders Says:

    Enligt Reinfeldt (DN idag) så vore det värsta som kunde hända att det skulle bli folkomröstningar. Han föreslog mindre ändringar för att de skulle slippa detta.

    • Stan Says:

      Man kan nog utgå från att i stort sett alla politiker i styrande ställning, som Reinfeldt, Barroso, Merkel, Sarkozy osv. är trogna sina uppdragsgivare, alltså finansoligarkerna. Men det var lite konfunderande när det framställdes som att Merkel och Sarkozy tillsammans drev en linje som inte gillades av de andra marionetterna. För Tyskland tog ju ett nyktert initiativ i maj och förbjöd någon av de fientliga rovdjursspekulationsvarianterna (var det ”naken blankning”?), och Tarpley tror att Sarkozy måste komma med något sorts mänskligt initiativ inför nåt val som ska hållas, han har nämnt en Tobin-skatt som något troligt.

      Man hoppas ju på att någon politiker ska visa kurage och gå emot finansoligarkerna, och då vore väl en koalition mellan två så starka länder som Tyskland och Frankrike tänkbart. Men…. det som nu föreslås låter väl inte precis lovande, taxation without representation (hur översätter man det på ett bra sätt, beskattning utan representation?) är det väl det handlar om. En permanent krisfond ska inrättas, det blir väl vanligt folk som ska mjölkas än hårdare så att bankerna kan räddas med oräkneliga miiljarder då och då!!
      Denna galenskap kan inte fortsätta länge till.

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