GREEK ELECTIONS June 17 2012 RIGGED!
By: Bulov on: 18.06.2012 [16:21 ] (539 reads)
GREEK ELECTIONS June 17 2012 RIGGED!
The Greek people are not stupid enough to agree to live in poverty to pay debts created out of thin air by Goldman Sachs and Papandreous. We are talking the people who gave the world Homer, Aristophanes, Aristotle, and Socrates, etc. et. al. after all. The Greek people are not stupid enough to vote to continue the same political and fiscal policies that wrecked Greece (and the Eurozone). The Greek people are not stupid enough to vote themselves and their children perpetual poverty to win the favor of private bankers. I therefore conclude that without a doubt this election was interfered with, most likely by the United States, which had some 90 trillion reasons not to leave the matter to the Greek voters.
"The issues are much too important for the Chilean voters to be left to decide for themselves." — Henry Kissinger justifying the US overthrow of Chile's elected leader Allende.
The Adviser of the conservative new democracy party in a table of vote of licking, in Central Greece, was arrested for having tried to replace the ballot papers of other games with the lineup that had hidden in a bag. The suspicion of electoral fraud was intercepted by an adviser of the leftist party Syriza, who denounced the fact to the legal adviser to provide the arrest warrant. According to Greek agency NAMA, the alleged attempt of fraud was also noted by representatives of other parties.
Some masked men burned a URN vote with ballots within in a neighborhood in the center of Athens. The dozen people, wearing the face covered with hoods, set fire to an urn with the ballots inside.
Central Banksters Cry: “We rigged this election and all we got was a 70 point Dow Futures bounce!”
by John Galt
June 17, 2012 18:30 ET
Uh, someone with some money realizes that this is becoming a joke. In the old days, a rigged election or leak about “coordinated bailout” would cause the futures to skyrocket some 300-500 Dow points. Here they are getting “their boy” into office in Athens and this is all they got?
Perhaps someone actually looked at a map and realize that Ireland, Hungary, Portugal, Spain, and Italy are still on the “oh hell no we’re all going to die” map also. That and the fact that Greece still will never be able to pay everything back.
On light note……Something to think about:
Diebold Leaks Election Results Early... Again
What Greeks say?
All elections for political parties themselves are a fraud. They alienate and give the impression to people that they are in charge because they have a choice while in fact the people are only throwing paper into the dustbin because they neither have the choice because all political parties are the same apart from the name, nor any power to govern. Even when there is no vote rigging, the people vote would still be putting to power dictators, whether elected fairly or unfairly because people will have no say in policy making. Ironically Democracy was invented in classical Greece itself and it literally means "People Rule" (Greek: Demos=people; Crazias=Rule)NOT the rule of political parties on your behalf. It was a system where the people themselves proposed laws and the people themselves passed laws after an open discussion(forum) by all Athenian citizens on the campus. Where there was no consensus all Athenians would each be given a black and a white pebble and were asked to select the white pebble if they are in favour and a black pebble if against the proposed law. The Athenians used to place their selection of pebbles in a big jar, which later would be counted and the majority of any colour of pebbles would determine whether the legislation would have been approved or rejected. The only system which almost copied to perfection this type of direct people democracy for almost 40 years was in the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, before the globalists destroyed it last year to impose their tyrannical rule on the Libyan people. The next nearest to this Greek system is the Swiss referenda system, where there are yes political parties, but it is the people through a referendum who decide, in principle. All other forms of political systems are truly dictatorship, whether dictators are elected or otherwise.