Thursday, October 25, 2012

The Rise of Angry National Socialism

            
"Nationalism is power hunger tempered by self-deception."

-George Orwell


   Gee, what happens when international bankers and globalist parasites bankrupt a nation with imaginary debt?

Well, after all the bones have been picked through and everything sold at rock-bottom prices, what remains are the people.  The ones who haven't left for greener pastures are usually angry about what happened and distrustful of outside influence.

This has been the situation in Greece where the International Monetary Fund and European Union government has forced the government to sell island resorts, highways, and buildings to pay down debt.  Soon, the owners of Greece won't be Greek at all, only overlords of a country suckered by the boom and bust economic cycle of fiat money.  For a long time, the nation of Greece enjoyed "growth," in the form of loans by the global bankers.  But those days are over.  As the finger pointing and descent into bankruptcy goes on, ex-government officials are committing suicide, as well as fixed-income retirees whose lives have become considerably harder because of austerity measures.

"There already is civil war.  Greek society is ready-  even though no one likes this- to have a fight- a new type of civil war.  On the one side there will be the nationalists like us, and the Greeks who want this country to be as it used to be, and on the other side illegal immigrants, anarchists, and all those who have destroyed Athens several times."

Nikolaos Michaloliakos-  Head of the
 Golden Dawn party in Greece
-Ilias Panagiotaros, Golden Dawn Party supporter 


Nigel Farage rose in the European Union parliament and delivered a scathing tongue lashing to Von Rompuy and all the E.U. bureacrats that think they can issue a decree that supercedes any and all national paliamentary laws.  At the end of his verbal onslaught, Farage refers to a rise in nationalist extremism.

How is the anger ever to translate into freedom for humanity? 

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