The propaganda from Germany has no end. According to an article on Welt, 71 percent of Germans want a referendum on the future of the euro and what is more the majority no longer believes in having Greece as a member state.
The idea of a referendum on the future of the euro actually inspires the Germans. According to an Emnid poll commissioned by “Bild am Sonntag” 71 percent of Germans can vote directly on important decisions to Europe and the Euro. Only 27 percent oppose it.
Germans, according to the same report doubt Greece’s ability to get its finances under control. In fact only 32 percent believe that Athens can still be saved.
This last bit of news reminds us of a story hellasfrappe featured on June 14, 2011 entitled Bilderberg Report: Greece is dead. In the report we found out that Bilderbergers believe that Greece’s troubles have not only exposed the structural flaws of the European Monetary Union, but have also exposed the structural problems in the global economy. And because of this… they want to shoot us dead….
Coincidence that Bilderberg and Germany both have the same opinion? Or are they one in the same?
Here is a small sample of what we featured several months ago….
can never pay back what it owes the markets. Never. And they are not
the only ones. Former Dutch Finance Minister Willem Vermeend wrote in De
Telegraaf that “Greece should leave the euro,’ given that it will never
be able to pay back its debt.”And that´s something that Bilderberg
elite know and understand very well. Real unemployment figures are
around 19%. According to IMF Bilderberg attendee, 2012 projected
unemployment figures for Greece will top 25%. Bilderberg can only pray
this information never makes it onto the front pages of leading
mainstream periodicals. At the 2011 meeting, Bilderberg was looking at
ways to restructure Greece’s debt, not for the benefit of Greece, but
rather for the benefit of the financial elite who stand to lose their
shirt if Greece fails. On the other hand, a default would destabilise
markets and lead eventually to rating downgrades of other weak euro zone
states such as Spain, Italy, Ireland and Portugal. ECB officials have
repeatedly cited the risk of market turmoil in explaining their
opposition to a Greek debt restructuring.
face-saving option being considered is a debt exchange. Holders of
Greek bonds would exchange them for longer-dated bonds, giving Greece a
few more years to pay back the 340 billion euro debt. However, for this
option to work, private investors must be convinced to share the burden
of rescuing Greece. If the option of private investors doesn´t work out,
France was being considered as the backer of the debt exchange,
according to sources at the Bilderberg conference.
At the same time, the European Union and IMF are preparing to announce a second bailout
of Greece, thus acknowledging that the first 110 billion euro rescue
which was launched in May 2010 has been a spectacular failure as Athens
misses its fiscal reform targets by a mile. But
there is another problem with a voluntary debt exchange. How do you
persuade investors who were burnt the first time to take part in it,
again? In the end, if Bilderberg has their way, taxpayers will be
burdened with a large part of the bailout of bad speculations and government debts.
A second bailout will include unprecedented and draconian external
supervision of Greece’s economy, both public and private spending. This
worries Bilderberg, especially in light of 2010 massive national
protests across the country.
scenario of Greece’s exit from the Euro is now officially on the table,
as are ways to do this. As in Iceland, the Greek austerity measures are
to be put to a national referendum – with polls
reporting that some 85 percent of Greeks reject the
bank-bailout-austerity plan. Greece’s labor movement always has been
strong, and the debt crisis is further radicalizing it. So, the question
for the Bilderberg elite, is how to get rid of Greece, while appearing
to be helping them come out of the depression.
threatening to withdraw support for banks in countries such as Greece
if they restructure their debts, the ECB is practically inciting runs on
banks and forcing the member country out of the union. In Greece, more
than 85% of Greek citizens are against the proposed reforms. Click here to read full story