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France Greece but not Iceland

Postby holy vehm » Mon May 07, 2012 8:05 am

We have just had wall to wall coverage of the UK local elections where by the majority was those that didnt vote.
We now have wall to wall coverage of the French and Greek national elections whereby no one in the UK voted.
We have iceland, who have forged ahead with an alternative agenda and not a dickie bird is said in the MSM.

Do TPTB really think its still working for them?
Hence the domination of the internet that they seem hell bent on.
They know that we know and we are growing in numbers all the time, while their numbers appear to be dropping with 'resignations' by many in high places.

The head of the Greek coalition that has just lost power is also a former employee of goldman sachs.
The head of the IMF is a former employee aof goldman sachs.
The current head of Italy is a former employee of goldman sachs.
And im sure if you could be arsed you would see an awful lot of former employees of goldman sachs with positions in very high places around the world, but they are now starting to lose their positions as people power starts to take hold.

The french people have spoken, they have voted for a man who has promised an alternative to the current slash and cut policy agreed to be europe and the west in general.
Greece's problems are well documented and they have voted for a far right party who at one time were classed as neo nazis. This group claims to have changed its policy over the last few years and are more mainstream in their views but they have been most vocal against the slash and cut policy 'forced' upon them over the last 2 years.
They are saying they will pull out of europe altogether and have quoted Iceland as an example of alternative methods.

All this is mere promises and we are yet to see how this pans out in the long term, but it looks like Iceland may just become mainstream news in the not to distant future.
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Re: France Greece but not Iceland

Postby Freeman Stephen » Mon May 07, 2012 10:10 am

Is it a genuine far right party like the bnp or merely a pro independence party like ukip was intended. I remember how in the mid 90's, those opposed to european federalism were castagated as far right xenophobic extremists by a main stream who were busy telling the public that there was no intention to give up uk sovereignty while deliberately misleading them that this had not already occurred at maastricht. Could this "far right" party be the true spirit of greece that the true spirit of the uk were once allied with as sovereign nations?
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