The other day we mentioned that corrupt bankers and industry meeting corrupt government is a toxic recipe for disaster. And, it is also the best way to ensure the global scam carries on, and on, and on.
Only a few months ago, at Copenhagen, Greece’s PM George Papandreou was at the conference saying he was there to support the stoppage of climate change. Perhaps Mr. Papandreou has the answer for tsunamis as they are approaching a shore too. No, the real reason for his support is his presence at Bilderberg. Sold out is more the reason. Climate change – please!
Max Keiser said it right when he advised Greece to get rid of their corrupt government, and they would have a chance to tell the bankers where they can place their bonds.
And Bob Chapman, appearing on the Alex Jones Show yesterday, made it very clear – Greece does not stand a chance when the PM in Greece is a Bilderberger.
There are common denominators when a Bilderberger controls a country. They all support climate change taxation, abortion, big government, austerity measures, heavy taxation and bailouts of the very investment banks that create the economic uncertainties.
Isn’t it strange that the PM of Greece is interested in taxing “climate change” as his country burns?
Where is the priority?
Perhaps Papandreou sees his country as one that will gain as a “poor country” when bailed out by the global governance he strongly supports, as evidenced by his words for Copenhagen:
“This is global governance in the making. But we must agree, and agree to a binding commitment.”
He also admitted he was not there only as Prime Minister of Greece:
“The Socialist International, which I also represent here, has proposed, among other measures, funding through an international carbon tax, green bonds or transaction taxes, transforming foreign debt into equal funds to be used by poor countries for climate change adaptation.”
Papandreou attended the Bilderberg conferences of 1995, 1998, 2000, 2004 and 2005. So it may not come as any surprise that the Papandreou calls for global governance to “stop climate change”- which is of course as absurd as calling for the planet to stop turning. It’s interesting to note here that earlier this year Papandreou authored an article for TheNation titled ‘The Challenge of Global Governance” in which he openly stated: “While I am pleasantly surprised that socialism is back in vogue, I am also mindful that it must be reinvented, too.”
Interestingly, Papandreou wrote the piece for the Nation in April 2009, just a few months before becoming PM. Interesting, because the writing sounds more like those opposed to the Bilderberg agenda than for it. Could these words have been a smokescreen?:
Yet many of the measures taken in both the United States and Europe to bail out failed banks and shore up ailing industries seem designed to perpetuate a global financial system that is both politically corrupt and morally bankrupt. Fixated on saving the banks, governments are paying little attention to the people who are losing their homes and jobs, their savings and their pensions, as a result of financial decisions beyond their control. The failure of governments to enforce effective regulation of the corporate giants and banking elites has undermined the integrity of our democracies. No wonder taxpayers feel outraged: they’ve inherited trillions of dollars of bad debt, while bankers walk away with millions of dollars of personal wealth.
This was really written by George P? Offer the man the PM spot and what changed? Fishy, no?
Perhaps someone had better read his article back to him – now would be a good time!
Can George Papandreou see the fire in his own country? And, more importantly, has this changed his priorities?
Sadly, the answer is likely no on both counts. No, because he is a puppet leader for the global elite.
It’s time for Greece to peacefully take control of their government, and get rid of the corrupt politicians put in place to effect the global agenda.
And, other countries in Europe are soon to follow – UK, Ukraine, Latvia, Estonia, Italy, Portugal, and Spain.
The blip in the stock market that saw the Dow plunge 1000 points, before the U.S. government prop team came in the buoy the markets are a sign of how easily things can be manipulated.