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    Max Keiser - Silver Drachma Can Save Greece

    The Greece crisis continues as the debate over whether or not the country should leave the Eurozone will be at the forefront of the election Sunday. Hugo Price and Max Keiser offer solutions to the debt problems faced by the country, and some of their recommendations include getting out of the EU and focusing on a currency with real value: silver. They’re advice should also be heeded here in the US, as large banks like JP Morgan continue to make shady deals that are negatively impacting consumer confidence in these huge financial institutions. Less reliance on central banks is a must for financial freedom, and will help redirect funds back to the savers instead of the spenders.

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    Default Conspiracy against Greece leaving the euro

    Worst-case scenario is ugly if Greece leaves the euro

    NEW YORK – The unthinkable suddenly looks possible.

    Bankers, governments and investors are starting to prepare for Greece to stop using the euro as its currency, a move that could spread turmoil throughout the global financial system.

    The worst-case scenario envisions governments defaulting on their debts, a run on European banks and a worldwide credit crunch reminiscent of the financial crisis in the fall of 2008.

    A Greek election on Sunday will go a long way toward determining whether it happens. Syriza, a party opposed to the restrictions placed on Greece in exchange for a bailout from European neighbors, could do well.

    More - http://www.usatoday.com/money/world/story/2012-06-15/if-greece-leaves- euro/55618752/1
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    Greece is *beep* UP, I mean really *beep* up this time. I don't even want to read what *beep* they write about what the *beep* is going on in that country.

    The reality is as simple as it gets, it is a *beep* huge conspiracy aginst greece and greek people by the *beep* corrupted members of the greek governement, especially the department of finance. These *beep* just *beep* up the entire country. *beep*.
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    Austerity = Common working class greek person sacrifices and pays for excesses of global banking interests.
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    It's a *bleeping* shame!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkham Knight View Post
    Austerity = Common working class greek person sacrifices and pays for excesses of global banking interests.
    I thought it means my politicians continued to spend money they don't have and try to take care of everyone instead of the traditional way of family, friends and religious outlets taking care of those that need taking care of. Then it came time to pay the tab but nobody has any money. No more handouts for those in need and tremendous debt for many generations. Families, friends and religious organizations don't have the resources because of the demands of the debt. To bad people turned from tradition and screwed the world over for generations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shred View Post
    I thought it means my politicians continued to spend money they don't have and try to take care of everyone instead of the traditional way of family, friends and religious outlets taking care of those that need taking care of. Then it came time to pay the tab but nobody has any money. No more handouts for those in need and tremendous debt for many generations. Families, friends and religious organizations don't have the resources because of the demands of the debt. To bad people turned from tradition and screwed the world over for generations.
    I agree wholeheartedly, but I don't think government is devoid of obligation to help the very needy, as when family, friends and religious outlets fall short. But in that regard, it is the last resort, not the primary one. By doing too much, as it does, it actually creates a climate in which people, who are normally very responsive to their neighbors' needs, become complacent in the mistaken notion that the government will take care of it, or even more alarming, that it is primarily the government's responsibility to care for the needy. If it is incumbent on people to spend their own resources wisely, it is doubly so when spending other people's money. Government officials have betrayed the trust put in them. They have deliberately plotted ways to pull the wool over the people's eyes so that they can continue their spending spree. They line their own pockets while justifying their misdeeds by pointing to all the "good" they have done for the people, completely ignoring the most important fact, that in the long run they have thrown the people under the bus, as they say.
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