June 18, 2012

Greece: In A Nutshell

The Torture Of Greece, in picture form. With thanks to my good pal JB for the image.

Yesterday, we witnessed the bizarre foreplay as Greece whored herself to the EU.

Today the systematic and prolonged rape begins.

It will be ugly.

I have absolutely no sympathy for Greece now. They dropped their drawers knowing that they had the choice to keep them firmly in place. They chose sustained pain over national sovereignty. They deserve everything heading their way.

Some anticipate A social explosion

Next step: Blood on the streets? I'm not so sure.

Their submission is total, so let's move on to Spain and Italy. Both are due to prostrate themselves before Reichsfuhrer Merkel.

Like us, they need to lose the fear, and know that they CAN operate independently of this horrifying New Europe where domination is the number one motivator, no matter how pretty the wrapping paper may be.

Those aren't silk ribbons around the package, they are stainless steel chains.



Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

>I have absolutely no sympathy for Greece now. They...
Greece may have done, but did the Greeks? Any more than the British ever voted for Camoron or Bliar? I know I never have.

Anonymous said...

Highland Council

is now running adverts on it website.
I call on everyone to demand this is stopped.

Is their no limit to their averice ....

Captain Ranty said...

Thanks Anon (10:30).

That is a cracking 12 minute video!


Captain Ranty said...

Anon (14:06),

Is it the Ness Motors ad you object to, or any ads at all?

Do they have a policy on adverts running on a publicly funded website?

Ask them.


Anonymous said...

I object to ALL and any adverts on their publicly funded website.

A new policy has been introduced.

Anonymous said...

Bear in mind Captain that only 30 percent of Greeks voted to be buggered - they have the same bastardised 'democracy' as us. Personally, I want to see the the politicians responsible for the EU dragged out of their cars and beaten to death. They deserve nothing less. I hate them with a venom I never thought I had in me.


Anonymous said...

As the triggers in Europe continue to pulled it is also worth remembering that this lunacy is about to go down in South America.

Lest we forget, the last one brought us Agenda 21 and the Rio Declaration, and was the genesis of the Earth Charter. (The former was on the, um, agenda at this year's Bilderberg, apparently.

The "basis" behind any pronouncements will be utter twaddle, as ever it has been, but those pronouncements themselves are the crucial bit.

As to the council adverts - my standard response to anyone who mentions online advertising is:

[Adblock Plus] Advertising? What advertising? [/Adblock Plus]

If the filter lists don't catch an advert then you can just tell Adblock to block it by right-clicking on it and selecting the appropriate option.

The above assumes that one is not using a stupid browser, though I understand options are available even for that one.

If you want to get serious you can also get into modifying your Hosts file.

If you don't want to see adverts on the net then you don't have to, and can take measures to that end yourself.

Some entertainment may (or may not) result from FOI-ing their tendering process, however.