Saturday, 27 July 2013

They officially canceled the (even) Republic



Simeon Kedikoglou: We legislate on demand of the Troika

Simeon Kedikoglou, Deputy Minister of Education, left the House speechless yesterday,    confessing that the government legislates on demand of the Troika ...
Mr. Kedikoglou ascended the floor of Parliament after the ... pressing questions from members on the issue of the "mobility" of teachers with doctorates and master's and -in the temple of the Greek Republic- proceeded with a revelation that it is sure to be written in dark colors in the House records:

"I have a clarification. The altering of the "availability" joined the bill as required by the Troika" said Mr. Kedikoglou causing the reaction of the President John Dragasakis, who said:
"The Bureau is surprised about what we hear. "

source: http://epanastasi-gr.blogspot.com/2013/07/blog-post_8912.html?spref=fb

related:

Prokopis Pavlopoulos: Yes, we violate the Constitution, but ... for a while! Then we are going to respect it again!


Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Germany - Protector Of Radical Islam



With the current turmoil in the middle-east, and Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood clinging desperately to their new-found power in Egypt, a little history is in order to fully grasp the full picture of what is happening, and why Germany is involving itself with Islam.

The history of modern German colonialism begins with the advent of Bismarck. Although at first preoccupied with the problems of the newly unified German states, he ultimately hastened to satisfy his imperialistic appetite by extending German power abroad. But the Prussian Chancellor's decision to encourage the Reich's penetration of Africa came very late, and Bismarck had to content himself with the residue of the other powers.
The nineteenth century was an age of empire builders, with the scientific and economic might of England and France everywhere expanding. Britain had already occupied Egypt, colonized much of Africa, while France was firmly entrenched in Algeria and Tunisia. Now, with a cautious respect for London, Bismarck attempted to fish in the remaining colonial waters of the African Continent.

With British consent, he managed to establish, in April, 1884, the first German protectorate on the southwestern coast of Africa. Eventually, German East Africa (Tangan-yika), Togoland, and the Cameroons were added to the glory of the Berlin Colonial Office. In 1905, the Reich was eliminated from the arena of colonization by Britain and France, when the latter recognized the establishment of a British protectorate over Egypt, in return for British acknowledgment of a French protectorate over Morocco.


Judicial vindication for Artemis Sorras.



Artemis Sorras

Artemis Sorras and the E.N.D (End National Debt)  were solemnly vindicated by the court in a trial held two days ago. In the court was proved that the 600 billion $ do exist and that they' re available to the Greek state so as to pay its debt!

The Public Prosecutor ordered further investigation for Mr Provopoulos (former chairman of the Bank of Greece) and Mr Stournaras (minister of Finance). The entirire folder of the Sorras 600b$ case was sent to the minister of Finance at the request of the Prosecutor. Mr Sorras was sued by the -now- Minister of Health Mr Georgiades.





source: http://olixnos.blogspot.gr/2013/06/600.html

In detail (from a reader):

In the 28th of June 2013, was the trial of Mr. Adonis Georgiadis (Minister of Health) and Mr Dalavigka (journalist) against Mr Artemis Sorras and END. The court's decision is not GUILTY (in favor of Mr Sorras and END). The prosecutor's office asked the Minister of Finance, President of the Bank of Greece and each member concerned to apologize why they have not credited the Greek account through this amount of 600 billions $, which had been made before nine months. In short, the court upheld the deposit of € 600 billion in the name of Greek democracy ... 

related: http://greeceandworld.blogspot.gr/2012/10/600-billion-dollars-deposited-from.html

http://alfeiospotamos.pblogs.gr/2013/06/katarrefseis-kathgoriwn-kata-toy-artemh-swrra.html

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