July 03, 2011

Hey Greece! Just Default.

The EU wants a damn sight more than repayments.

They want to own you, body and soul.

Nothing is worth giving up your sovereignty for. Nothing.

Look at this shit:

"But within hours of Saturday's decision, Eurogroup chairman Jean-Claude Juncker warned Greeks that help from the EU and International Monetary Fund would have unpleasant consequences.

"The sovereignty of Greece will be massively limited," he told Germany's Focus magazine in the interview released on Sunday, adding that teams of experts from around the euro zone would be heading to Athens.

"One cannot be allowed to insult the Greeks. But one has to help them. They have said they are ready to accept expertise from the euro zone," Juncker said."

The whole sorry tale can be found here.

A word of advice for the Greeks: Default. Do it now.

You may be skint, and it may take years to recover, but at least you can do that with pride and determination. The EU won't be satisfied until they rule you absolutely. You won't be able to take a crap without calling the Gollum first.

Grow a pair, FFS!

EDIT: It seems that the big guns agree with me!



Wayne said...

I wish the UK would grow a f**** pair as well......

Fatmanchris said...

Hiya cap'n, I was reading this thread from WFS and got to this page http://forum.worldfreemansociety.org/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=8225&start=70
and found out about the definition of the word COURT, maybe you knew this already?
I thought it was merely a crown court but it seems not... The definition is :- a Sovereigns residence! thought you might like to know in case you didn't already, might help you and fellow sovereigns in the battle.

Anonymous said...

Post democracy - act 1.

I am Stan said...

Grow a pear?

No Capitan they grow melons, apparently, Ive never been...so I wouldn`t really know.

My mate freshenup, he`s been! he works in gents toilets flogging aftershave`s and other gents toiletries, he reckons lube was very poplar in Greece.

He had to do a runner from Athens after he flogged some dodgy aftershave and burt layers of skin off a staggs face, he had the cops and a stagg party of about thirty blokes after him hahahahaha!

In case you`re wondering why he`s called freshenup weeeell when he`s working down in the gents bogs flogging his stuff and offering hot hand towels etc he calls out "freshen up! freshen up!"

Not a very glamourous job, but he`s his own boss and he makes a living, smells funny though, a mixture of urine and cheap Hugo Boss.

Appy days!

I am Stan said...


I was a pondering the Greek riots while I was fishing in the river Trent yesterday evening.

I might open a shop selling personal protection gear and equipment for protesters, helmets, shields, gas masks, shin and arm guards, goggles, flame proof clothing, rucksacks, maps, walkie talkies, first aid kits, snack bars, steel toecap trainers, books of famous protesters, booklets about the law and your rights, water bottles, spray paint cans, disguises, flags, banners, deoderants and wet wipes.

Thats all I can think of for now.

By the way,I caught two Perch and two Chub, one Chub was around two pounds, not bad eh?, Orphans Of Liberty still haven`t used my Grannies post, Ive emailed it to em twenty times, can you ave a word, its not fair!, my hands smell of maggots.


Anonymous said...

The Greeks will have to start living within their means and not rely on the state for their existence. The Greeks can't blame the banks on this one.

Jacobite said...

The greeks have the EU by the balls they know that the EU dare not let them default at the moment due to the credit default obligations held by the banks (the UK exposed heavily to CDO's on greece) if they defaulted it would cause a nuclear meltdown in the system (game over for banks) the greeks will cook the books as long as they can to keep the free money rolling, cant say I blame them.

Anonymous said...

For once, the Greeks won't be the ones taking it in the arse.

I am amazed that their Parliament has not been burnt down yet. Tax evasion will be off the charts now.

Anonymous said...

It's all going to hell! Give us your money!

Option A): The system has failed, and we are witnessing a series of desperate attempts to prop it up which are doomed to fail whether Greece defaults or Spain/Italy/whoever is next. The Ponzi scheme is unravelling, piece by piece.

Option B): The system is working precisely as it is meant to, taking out one nation after another in order to usher in the next stage of globalisation; another step towards "an imperialism to govern the world", as the Bankers’ Manifesto lays out, if you believe in its veracity*.

Whichever, the end result is precisely the same: transfer of sovereignty from nations to unrepresentative faceless trans-national institutions controlled by banksters, and concomitant reductions in rights, liberties and freedoms; a culmination of "that which has been so well planned and so successfully accomplished".

If (when?) the problem spreads, it will lead to more debt crises, more austerity measures, more smash-and-grab fire sales of national assets, continual artificially-high food and fuel prices and generations that will be poorer than their predecessors. After a time the reaction of the people will be obvious and they will seize upon any solution presented to them, especially by the bankster-controlled propagandist MSM. And that will be? The fully-integrated global financial system with its cashless electronic currency, leading inevitably to a One World Government, the "central power of wealth under control of leading financiers".

"We now have problems that we can call global problems that are in need of global solutions." (SnotGobbler McDoom, aka G. Brown, 14/04/2011.) Which of course is the whole point, isn't it?

These measures ultimately need the consent of the Greek people. The only thing left to them may be some kind of uprising as it is quite clear their government is not listening, as is the wont of governments across the world. There are a few rumours around (GLP, ATS, Pravda to name a few) referring to a possible military coup to prevent what's coming. Putting the other hat on, a coup would also make sure that the transition occurs smoothly.

Are the Greeks complicit? Yes, undoubtedly some are. You can’t seriously claim not to be when working for a government agency whose project finished 54 years ago (Lake Kopais). But by and large the people who caused the problems are not the ones being punished for them. The story of how Greece got into its current state is barely mentioned in detail, e.g. the policies of the earlier Papandreou govt in the 80s which saw a colossal increase in public spending and the creation of a vast state apparatus with all the attendant bureaucracy and corruption that goes with it: http://www.economist.com/blogs/charlemagne/2010/03/empathy_short_supply. Whether you ascribe to the false left-right paradigm is irrelevant; these policies did play a huge role. There are 1m workers in the Greek public sector, 2m in the private and 1.3m self-employed. It is claimed that the latter pay little tax, whilst the former collect 14 months' salary for every 12 and get bonuses merely for turning up, thus essentially wiping out their liabilities. If true it falls to the private sector, less than half the workforce, to contribute the majority of the income tax revenues. And they quite rightly want to know why it's their fault.

The Greeks must say "no" and they must do so loudly and with force. Then they can free themselves and start sorting things out.

If they are so inclined.



*It is often ranked alongside the Protocols as a forgery, yet they do so love to publicise their plans and get them ridiculed... A similar version was attributed to Montagu Norman in 1924 and this got into the Idaho Leader and the Australian Hansard; make of it what you will.

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Anonymous said...

Hi Captain

If you have a spare 30 minutes this film is well worth watching and should be compulsory in every school


Steven said...

Don't default... declare a debt moratorium