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Scott Creightons kommentar om finansoligarkernas krig mot folket passar bra till det här inlägget – The Opiate of the Disenfranchised

First things first: let’s stop calling this global neo-liberal class war “austerity”. It’s not austerity. When it was done to Chile in 1973 and Argentina and Poland and the Russia and all the others, it was naked class warfare… it’s fascism. That’s what it is. And it’s happening here as a direct result of what these financial oligarchs and their government stooges staged from 1998 (repeal Glass-Steagall and Commodities Modification Act) through 2008 (economic collapse of derivative bubble they created with sub-prime mortgages)

This is economic warfare being waged after the implementation of economic terrorism. You talk about trade wars and currency wars being waged against other nations as warfare… this is the same thing but it’s being waged against their own people. In country after country we see the same thing: the fascist state rising from the ashes of social democracies here in the states, in Canada, Mexico, and all across Europe.
While they ran their “experiment” in Chile, they had designs on doing the same thing here and in Western Europe and so they did.
It’s time we understood that these monsters will do what is needed, whatever that is, to see their vision of the new world order take shape. It’s time we stopped kidding ourselves about a victory based on a few half-measures and comfortable resistance. It will not be comfortable in the world they are planning and they will not let us comfortably avoid it. This is a global life or death struggle with the highest stakes imaginable for them. It’s time we sobered up and quit with the opiate of the disenfranchised and took a long hard look at the struggle we are already engaged in.

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Protesterna mot den befolkningsfientliga politiken fortsätter, främst i Grekland och Spanien. Ett visst hopp kan tendenser som de här inge, från Spanien – ”Folklig tsunami” i krisens Spanien

David Ormaechea, ordförande i låssmedernas förbund, har förklarat varför han och många kolleger nu vägrar handräckning när skuldsatta ska vräkas och utmätningsmän möts av låsta dörrar:
– Det förstörde familjers liv och vi fick agera bödlar.
I tisdags kallades brandmän in för att bidra vid vräkningen av en 85-årig kvinna i La Coruña. En folkmassa protesterade – och brandmännen vägrade att hjälpa utmätningsmännen. Vissa anslöt sig till och med till demonstrationen.

Och från Grekland – Greece: “A promise from the army has been obtained to not intervene against a civil uprising”

Chrysanthopoulos says that the government has hired Blackwater, the American private military firm infamous for its activities in Iraq, which now goes by the name “Academi”, along with five other international for-profit security outfits. Explaining why this has happened, he says bluntly: “The Greek government does not trust the police whose salaries have also been cut.”

There is some good news however that he hears from the contacts he maintains amongst his former colleagues and politicians. He is confident that there will be no military coup, as there was in 1967.

“There are contacts by certain politicians with elements in the armed forces to guarantee that in the event of major social unrest, the army will not intervene.”

Rodney Shakespeare menar att folket måste fokusera på grundproblematiken – Europeans must revolt against austerity

We’re reaching the point, but people are protesting and they’re not yet prepared to go for the one thing they have to say, [that] existing economic theory and existing economic politics has betrayed us.

They must go for one clear policy and solution, which actually cracks open the politically elite and cracks open what is a corrupting system.
That one thing is either you open a bank or a national bank use of interest-free loan supply for public capital expenditure.
The trouble with the protesters is they’re upset, they’re losing faith, but they’re not prepared to go for the throat and kill the system, which is now destroying their lives.
There is no hope now for the people of Europe unless they effectively have a revolt.
There’s no good having fires and demonstrations on the street unless you have a clear and simple policy, which you are proposed to address and that you’re going to insist on coming from your politicians.
They must go for it now or the next thing is they will be controlled by drone fascism, as is happening to the Americans.
The Europeans [should] rise up now with a clear and simple policy of interest-free loans from the ECB or their national banks, and if they don’t go for that, they will be controlled in a fascist way for evermore.

Tydligen fick Japan en ny regering nyligen, denna ska ha sagt åt centralbanken, Bank of Japan, att släppa på inflationsmålet och se till att mer pengar går till den riktiga ekonomin för att få fart på den. Om centralbanken inte följer direktiven hotar man att ändra på reglerna och ta större makt över den ”oberoende” centralbanken, dvs att den nu, som i de flesta länder, i första hand ser till bankernas intresse. Detsamma kunde man göra i USA, menar Ellen Brown – How the Fed Could Fix the Economy—and Why It Hasn’t

Quantitative easing as practiced today is not designed to serve the real economy. It is designed to serve bankers who create money as debt and rent it out for a fee. The money power needs to be restored to the people and the government, but we need an executive and legislature willing to stand up to the banks. A popular movement could give them the backbone. In the meantime, states could set up their own banks, which could leverage the state’s massive capital and revenue base into credit for the local economy.

Normalt brukar väl länders politiska ledare som kommer med utspel som den nya japanska utsättas för diverse påtryckningar och hot för att rätta in sig. Undrar hur det går med det nu. Kan det vara så att den allt mer spridda kritiken av banker, och den allt mer spridda kunskapen om hur banker fungerar, och insikten att den förda bank-kramarstrategin är katastrofal för den riktiga ekonomin, kan göra det mer möjligt att ifrågasätta den högre heliga makt som t.o.m. DN’s Peter Wolodarski uttalar sig kritiskt om. I en artikel från dec 2012 som handlar om att riksbanken just gett order om att staten ska skuldsätta sig med ytterligare 100 miljarder för att ha i reserv inför nästa bankkris.

Detta är idén om en självständig riksbank driven till sin extrem. Dessvärre avspelar den ett större problem med Riksbanken under Stefan Ingves.
Den svenska centralbanken har blivit alltmer egenmäktig och bunkerartad. Ingves agerar som om han rapporterade till någon högre helig makt.

 

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