Written by: Zinko Jones – Look closer, real close. Greece is the ploy.  Keep your eyes on the shiny watch.  Greece is the current stooge for America.  Divert and distract with Mis- & Dis-Information accompanied by the drone and pabulum of corporate propaganda.  You see the PIIGS (Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece & Spain) are all joined at the hip, just like our famous Bunker twins. A Siamese domino effect ready to upset the apple cart of the entire world debt-based currency system or currency scam, depending on which side of the fence you’re sitting on.  These PIIGS are circling the drain of the American Century.  The final vestiges of its demise orchestrated  by the Four American Zombie  Banks of the Apocalypses and their Central Debt Bank Masters, the BIS, IMF & the World Bank.

Greece’s debt ratio to GDP at 141%, Portugal’s 94%, with Ireland, Italy and Spain following at 96%, 121% and 78% respectively, is unsustainable.  You see they are all in trouble.  The media is trying to isolate and manipulate the facts to one specific country when in actuality a major part of the EU is bankrupt.  What is the real shiny watch?  America aka AmeriCO.nia.  With its estimated $15 trillion++ paper-dollar to debt ratio of GDP hitting 76+%, its citizenry swimming in debt, and a manufacturing sector in shambles, and more politically divided than ever, America is bankrupt, too.  The demise of the AmeriCO.nian paper-dollar is near. Wake from your slumber America or get used to sleeping in chains.
 
This will be a BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India & China) century.  With lower debt to GDP ratios, manufacturing sectors humming, slave forces ready to work for food, graduation rates for higher education swamping American grad stats, sovereign central banks devoted to interest free currency and  the prosperity of their workers it will not take much longer for the world to see what the AmeriCO.nian Empire has wrought.  America is dead?  Long live the AmeriCO.nian Empire!  Hail Caesar!
 
Welcome to Weimar AmeriCO.nia.  Have a nice day!  Get in line.  Be ready to show your papers. At least the planes will be flying on time.
 

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