Written by: Zinko Jones – Greece, the cradle of democracy (an egalitarian form of government in which all citizens of a nation determine public policy), continues to wrestle with its fate as a sovereign nation and the fate of its People.  Its ancient national identity is in shambles as the shackles of austerity prescribed by the Germans takes a strangle hold on its hobbled economy.  Goldman Sachs… yeah, that Goldman Sachs cooked the books in 2000 in order for an indebted Greece to enter into the EU under suspicious and usurious circumstances.  Goldman Sachs then created and sold countless CDS, bundled bogus mortgages and anything else they could scheme up on the world market culminating in the American real estate Crash of 2008. As Goldman Sachs and its criminal organization was exposed for having laid waste to tranched, foreclosed American homes via CDS, Goldman continued to hold an ace in the hole by using a hybrid of the exact same financial scenario, only on a National scale, to financially enslave the PIIGS (Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain) .  So now the PIIGS begin to totter and wobble, held together only by false hope and the ability of their respective governments to continue to manipulate and propagandize the lies of Goldman Sachs.

When Greece falls and it will, when Spain, et al. follow and the Holy Tunic of the ultimate deception is laid down on the doorstep of America the world will finally understand that America, aka the AmeriCO.nia Kakistocracy (a government in which the worst or least qualified control its citizens) is nothing more than a Fiat Paper Tiger with feet of clay bent on perpetuating a worldwide system of economic slavery through a Central Bank System devoted to fractional reserve banking.

Respirar, Pensar, Zinko
 

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