Βραδυφλεγής βόμβα…Σε θανάσιμη παγίδα έβαλαν την χώρα…!!!

Η δανειακή σύμβαση είναι άμεσα πληρωτέα…σε περίπτωση χροεκοπίας οποιουδήποτε ομολόγου !!!!

Προσέξτε τι αναφέρει η παράγραφος 8 Περιστατικά χρεοκοπίας (EVENTS OF DEFAULT) της δανειακής σύμβασης που υπογράψανε:
The Lenders, may, by written notice (served by the Commission acting on their behalf) (and acting in accordance with the terms of the Intercreditor Agreement) to the Borrower cancel the Facility and/or declare the outstanding principal amount of the Loans to be immediately due and payable, together with accrued interest, if:

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

Gold Set to Rise as Italy Falls


Kurt Nimmo
July 11, 2011

Gold is expected to rise today in Asian trade after EU boss Herman Van Rompuy called for an emergency meeting of top dogs to deal with the prospect of the EU’s third largest member falling victim to the spreading debt crisis.





Greece must restructure its debt or face a messy default By George Irvin, Special to CNN

  • Greece is due to repay over half of its outstanding €330 billion in debt by 2015
  • Irvin: More austerity will cause GDP to contract even faster
  • Greece must insist on a sensible restructuring, says Irvin

Editor’s note: George Irvin is Professorial Research Fellow at the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). He is author of Regaining Europe: an economic agenda for the 21st Century, London: Federal Trust, 2007.

(CNN) –– The question of whether Greece should restructure its debt has acquired a rhetorical ring — the country has few options left. Greece is due to repay over half of its outstanding €330 billion in debt by 2015 — that compares to its earnings (gross domestic product) of just €210 billion a year in 2011, with an economy which is contracting and a workforce which is going on strike.

Furthermore, for Greece to return to a sustainable path given current market interest rates would mean doubling taxes or cutting government spending by 75%, so the country is being supported by its eurozone peers and the International Monetary Fund, because the numbers don’t stack up.


«Λάθος η ελληνική πολιτική λιτότητας» και με τη σφραγίδα ΟΗΕ



Σε πλήρη αντιπαράθεση με όσα υποστηρίζουν και επιβάλλουν το ΔΝΤ και οι Ευρωπαίοι εταίροι μας στη χώρα μας και τις υπόλοιπες υπερχρεωμένες χώρες της ευρωζώνης, ο ΟΗΕ υποστηρίζει στην ετήσια έκθεσή του για την παγκόσμια κοινωνική κατάσταση, που έδωσε χθες στη δημοσιότητα, ότι: «Τα μέτρα λιτότητας που λαμβάνουν κάποιες χώρες, όπως η Ελλάδα και η Ισπανία, προκειμένου να αντιμετωπίσουν το μεγάλο δημόσιο χρέος τους, όχι μόνο απειλούν την απασχόληση στο δημόσιο τομέα και τις κοινωνικές δαπάνες, αλλά καθιστούν και την οικονομική τους ανάκαμψη αβέβαιη».

Η έκθεση, που συντάχθηκε από το τμήμα Οικονομικών και Κοινωνικών Υποθέσεων του ΟΗΕ, καλεί μάλιστα τις κυβερνήσεις «να αντιδράσουν με σύνεση στις πιέσεις που δέχονται υπέρ της δημοσιονομικής σταθεροποίησης και υιοθέτησης μέτρων λιτότητας, αν δεν θέλουν να ρισκάρουν με μια αναστολή της ανάκαμψης της οικονομίας τους».


Suche die Frau (Cherchez la Femme in German) … by The Reaper

Suche die Frau (Cherchez la Femme in German)
Saying that Greece is overrun by corruption is one thing. Putting yourself in the shoes of a Greek and reading about all the scandals is another. Over the past decades, Greek newspapers have written about under-the-table deals and nothing has been done about it — no resignations, no prosecutions, no charges, just on-going investigations that end abruptly or fade into oblivion with the change of seasons and current affairs sensations.

The most noteworthy recent scandals that have shaken public opinion for 24 hours and then vanished as quickly as they appeared, explain why judicial Greeks are justifiably enraged not only at the the press’s lack of objectivity and independence, the Justice Department’s ‘see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil‘ policy, but also the complete absence of legal sanctions against government officials involved in these scandals.

Blitzkrieg … by The Reaper


The intrigue begins. Greece, as mentioned in the previous leg of our story, developed a hilariously democratic electoral system whereby jobs were allotted to walking ballots. As years passed, this ever-growing group of walking ballots leeched more money from the national treasury and went on strike whenever their demands for a pay rise were not met. The country’s finances were ill-used. Politicians, contractors and anyone who could dip their fingers in the honey pot, dipped not only their fingers but dove in unabashedly, disregarding the long-term impact this would have on the country as a whole. It was only a matter of time before the bubble burst. The question is why it burst and who burst it. Συνέχεια

Απαιτούν δεύτερο κύμα ανατροπής εργασιακών


Απαιτούν δεύτερο κύμα ανατροπής εργασιακών


Αυστηρά χρονοδιαγράμματα για τις επιθετικές δημοσιονομικές διαρθρωτικές μεταρρυθμίσεις που θα ακολουθήσουν, ζητεί το ΔΝΤ στελέχη του οποίου εκφράζουν την έντονη ανησυχία τους για την εκταμίευση της τέταρτης δόσης τον ερχόμενο Μάρτιο, θεωρώντας το επόμενο δίμηνο κομβικής σημασίας για την επιτυχία του προγράμματος σταθερότητας.

Αργά την Παρασκευή εγκρίθηκε και τυπικά η τρίτη δόση του δανείου (σ.σ.: το ΔΝΤ παρέχει τα 30 δισ. ευρώ από τα 110 δισ. που έχουν εγκρίνει μαζί με την Ε.Ε. προς την Ελλάδα) ύψους περίπου 2,5 δισ. ευρώ, από το διοικητικό συμβούλιο του ΔΝΤ . . . Συνέχεια