Here are some links to articles which have proven very popular over the last few days. Any help with translating these into Greek would be most welcome. The first four links are to articles by David Malone in the UK. David writes a blog called 'GolemXIV-Thoughts' in which he de-mystifies the nonsense peddled by authorities as explanation for the global financial crisis. David spent many years working at the BBC and is now an independent documentary-maker.
David and I have cooperated a great deal in our blogs. As we are eager to try and spread the word in Greece as fast as possible, and to as many as possible, we will be posting any Greek translations both to his blog and to this blog. Once again, any help with translation is welcome. As some of the postings are quite long, it might be worthwhile to translate only a selected section of a particular posting, a selection that would be of most interest to readers in Greece.
Greece - It's all about bailing out French and German Banks:
"Orderly Default" - Liars lexicon:
How to destroy the web of Debt:
A peek into one of the deepest little cesspits in Europe - Golem XIV's blog
A word of advice to those who have followed in my footsteps
Brian Lenihan, Irish Ex-Minister of Finance confesses in today's Irish Times. Allow me to confuse you with some facts, Mr. Lenihan.
The Nyberg Report. Minister Noonan, allow me to confuse you with the facts.
Can we have the truth, PLEASE?
Who bankrupted Ireland?
"I can't say and neither can you, if the [bank] losses are Irish or German. But we can say, the losses never were, and should not ever be, yours and mine. We, the people, who were told nothing, were not asked nor consulted, whose laws were either ignored, set aside or re-written, we should not be expected to pay for those losses now.
They are bankers' losses. It is NOT a question of Irish or German. It is question of wealthy bankers from all countries not just Germany (almost every nation - Germany, America, Russia, France, Britain - did dirty work in Ireland) and their corrupt Irish helpers versus the people. It is not a question of should the Irish people or the German people pay. Neither people should. It should be the bankers who made the losses who should take them.
DO NOT allow the bankers to set us against each other as a cover for their crime and guilt."