ΚΚΕ vs 21 Απριλίου 1967



 Όποιος δεν είναι έτοιμος να αντέξει μεγάλες αλήθειες ας εγκαταλείψει.

 (update 02.07.2012)

 Η μια πλευρά του νομίσματος, δηλαδή η Κομμουνιστική, εκφράζεται από το 1974 σε κάθε Μέσο (Τηλεόραση, Ράδιο, Έντυπο Τύπο) 38 έτη αδιάκοπα, ώρα είναι και μέσω μοναδικού δημοκρατικού μέσου (δηλαδή του ιντερνετ) να ρίξουμε λίγο φως και στην άλλη πλευρά.

Επί των ημερών της 21ης Απριλίου δεν κυνηγήθηκαν όλοι οι Κομμουνιστές, αλλά μόνο όσοι προσπάθησαν να ανακόψουν την αναγέννηση της διαλυμένης Ελλάδος, για αυτό άλλωστε και οι ελάχιστοι σε αριθμό οι βασανισμοί, μην ξεχνάμε ότι αντιστοίχως το ολοκληρωτικό καθεστώς του Στάλιν σκότωσε 20.000.000 αντιφρονούντες ξέχωρα από αυτούς που βασάνισε. Η 21η Απριλίου ήθελε να σταματήσει την 100% ανθελληνική ιδέα του Κομμουνισμού η οποία έβαζε και βάζει φρένο στο Ελληνικό Πνεύμα. Συνέχεια

Άρθρο των Financial Times, ξεσκεπάζει την κατευθυνόμενη προπαγάνδα των υποστηρικτών του μνημονίου

Τo απόκρυψαν και είπαν ψέμματα στον λαό γιά τα αποθέματα των τραπεζών 96 δισ. ευρώ δόθηκαν μυστικά στις ελληνικές Τράπεζες από την Ευρωπαϊκή Κεντρική Τράπεζα.Το γεγονός πιστοποιεί ότι ΔΕΝ υπάρχει περίπτωση ”εκδίωξης” της Ελλάδας από ευρώ-ευρωζώνη.

Oι ”Financial Times” ξεσκεπάζουν τα βρώμικα παιχνίδια χυδαίας παραπληροφόρησης και τρομοκράτησης του λαού της Ελλάδας, περί ευρώ, αποθεμάτων τραπεζών κλπ


Secret Central Bank Aid Props Up Greek Banks…

”…There has been no official announcement. No terms or conditions have been disclosed. But Greece’s banking system is being propped up by an estimated 100 billion euros or so of emergency liquidity provided by the country’s central bank – approved secretly by the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt. If Greece were to leave the eurozone, the immediate cause might be an ECB decision to pull the plug…”

Οταν ο κ.Παπούλιας κινδυνολογούσε με ”ανυπόγραφη αναφορά” του κ. Παπαδήμου περί ΜΗ ύπαρξης Συνέχεια

Greek prime minister warns of March default

Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos has said Greece may default on its debts in March unless unions accept further cuts to salaries.

Mr Papademos said more cuts were needed to avoid exiting the eurozone.

Analysts say the warning is to prepare Greece for more austerity measures. Συνέχεια

Greece: we could exit euro in three months

New Greek government says creditors and lending troika must agree bailout terms within weeks otherwise ‘we are out of the markets’.

Homeless people eat a New Year’s day meal distributed by the municipality of Athens, on 1 January. Government spokesman Pantelis Kapsis said further austerity cuts might be required: ‘What does cutting spending mean? To close down the public sector?’ Photograph: Petros Giannakouris/AP Συνέχεια

Aerial Viewing of Greece (video)

We posted an article five days ago here on MySatelite with one of the most beautiful videos of Greece and thought it a pity if a short comment in English were not added to make this splendid video available to English-speakers as well.

Despite propaganda emanating from Wall Street, the ECB, IMF and various other consortia which have been banking all along on this financial crisis like a roulette addict on 18 red, Greece has much to offer, though its politicians are bent on selling off its most prized assets — its land and natural resources — at ridiculously cheap prices, which has been in our view one of the prime reasons for the instigation of this crisis in the first place.

This video was made to remind us in Greece of the beauties of the blessed country we live in: its seas, Συνέχεια

Order out of Chaos

Out of the wreckage, international bankers will rise as saviors. The bubble that will inevitably burst in Europe was engineered by a group, a clique, of private bankers in key positions.

Raising awareness is key, but not enough to change the situation. Governments have already armed themselves with an anti-riot arsenal worthy of any extravagant blockbuster action film, while the media has taken on the role of feeding propaganda to citizens.

Watch the video and spread the knowledge. Συνέχεια

‘Last Days’ of the Euro Are Upon Us

BOSTON (TheStreet) — The euro is about to go the way of the dodo, if Credit Suisse researchers are correct.

In a research note making the rounds Monday carrying the title The «Last Days» of the Euro, a team of Credit Suisse analysts argue that «we seem to have entered the last days of the euro as we currently know it.»

While a break-up of the 17 eurozone nations isn’t a strong likelihood, Credit Suisse researchers say that Συνέχεια

Will the euro be destroyed by ideologues?

An end to the Eurozone would mean a wave of bank collapses and a recession that would affect the world for a decade.

If the European Central Bank does not write down debt in countries like Greece and Italy, it could result in a double-dip recession in the eurozone that spills over into the rest of the world [GALLO/GETTY]

We could be living through the last days of the euro. That is not a happy thought. While there were many negative aspects to the rules governing the European Central Bank (ECB) and the eurozone economies, no one can want to see the economic chaos that will almost certainly follow the collapse of the euro.

There will likely be a wave of bank collapses as banks are forced to write down much of the debt they hold in Italy, Ireland and other heavily indebted countries. This would bring about another Lehman-type situation where finance freezes up. Banks would stop lending to each other and even healthy businesses would find it difficult to obtain credit. Συνέχεια