Germany still has to approve the provisions, but banking family slave politicians in the Spanish government have approved a bank bailout without conditions after caving in to threats and demands to accept further debt slavery. Moreover, poverty creation agency the IMF will supervise Spain’s bank rescue plan. Already, Spanish citizens are upset, as calls for #StopMerkel on Twitter have changed to #RahoyCobarde (Rajoy Coward, referring to the Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy).
There’s not much more to say – the people of Spain are naturally upset, and this is undoubtedly being timed at a critical time in Greece as its election is about a week away, and I assume many bought politicians are trying to do what they can to preserve the EU and the status quo.
Many in the mainstream who have not woken up see this as a victory for reason, because they are blinded by austerity being some sort of economic savings program instead of some debt slavery. Changing austerity to “fiscal discipline” is fine, but this is not fiscal discipline. This is robbery of labor for fiat currency and instituted by banks that are supposed to help society but do little except line the pockets of a very small segment of people.
Germany still has to approve this bailout, and the people there are not very receptive to the bank slave named Angela Merkel. Of course Merkel will step forward trying to claim some sort of triumph, but in reality the doomed EU can have an awkward plot twist or five, but we all know its doomed.
People will not be scammed. Even if their “leaders” scam them, they will not listen. This isn’t load up the guns and begin shooting back, this is screw you bankers and your shills, we’re not listening anymore.
In some sense, it’s no surprise that politicians have once again betrayed the people they’re supposed to represent – why? I’ll tell you why, their “meh” paper salaries ARE NOTHING COMPARED TO THE BRIBES they get paid by the criminals running the show. Therefore, vote one guy out, all you’ll do is bring back another shill. However, the difference this time is the curtain of Oz has been unveiled, so I don’t suspect they will be able to keep up this charade for long – Greece has not been avoided, Ireland is actually looking to RENEGOTIATE its austerity and Italy is ever slipping.
The eye remains on the money because it must, it is one of the biggest assets of these criminals, the media and money, with money being the grease of the machine.