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Bankers Annexing Europe Howlong before globalists impose their economic solutions on America?

By Peter Papaherakles
The people of Greece are fed up with their national economic
policies and are taking to the streets in droves to
protest. And itʼs not just leftists—citizens of all stripes are
battling to reclaim their nation from the bankers.




After 2,500 years, the country that gave
birth to democracy is ironically witnessing
its collapse. Greece is no longer a free
country, but instead the fiefdomof a banking
cartel known as the “Troika,” a triumvirate
of three banking entities: the International
Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank and the European
Union. The end result: On Nov. 11 (11-11-11)
Lukas Papademos became Greece’s first prime minister
to be appointed by global bankers.
Papademos became a senior economist at Boston’s
Federal Reserve Bank in 1980. By 1994 he was the governor
of Greece’s central bank and was instrumental in
replacing the drachma with the euro. In 2002 he became
vice president of the European Central Bank, and then
returned to Greece as adviser to George Papandreou.
Since then, Greece’s debt has grown exponentially despite
imposed austeritymeasures that have devastated its
people. Not surprisingly, Papademos is also a member
of the Trilateral Commission.
On Nov. 16, only five days after Greece’s loss of sovereignty,
Italy, with an economy five times larger than
Greece’s, met the same fate. Prime Minister Sylvio
Berlusconi was forced to step down and cede power to
Mario Monti, a globalist-oriented economist.
Monti has been a member of the European Commission
since 1995 while serving as an economic adviser to
the ever-present Goldman Sachs. He too is a member of
theTrilateral Commission, and, even more significantly,
is listed as amember of the Bilderberg steering committee.
Upon taking power, he also appointed himself minister
of finance.
In both cases, the people had zero say in thesematters,
effectively ending popular representation for the good of
working-class people in both Greece and Italy.
Britain’s Nigel Farage—while addressingmembers of
the European Commission on Nov. 16—best summed
up the situation:
“Here we are on the edge of a financial and social disaster,
and you are all in denial. By all objective measures,
the euro is a failure.And who is in charge? None of
you has been elected. None of you has any democratic
legitimacy.”
Farage continued: “When Mr. Papandreou used the
word ‘referendum,’you and your friends got together like
a pack of hyenas, [surrounded] Papandreou, then had him
removed and replaced by a puppet government. Not satisfied
with that, you decided that Berlusconi had to go.
So, he was removed and replaced byMr.Monti, a former
EU commissioner, a fellow architect of this Euro-disaster,
and a man who wasn’t even a Parliament member.”
With the recent failure of America’s Super Congress
debt committee, how long will it be until another globalist
organization starts proposing that unelected financiers
need to save our nation from bankruptcy? 
 Peter Papaherakles, a U.S. citizen for more than 35 years, was born in Greece. He
is AFP’s outreach director. If you would like to see AFP speakers at your rally, contact Pete
at 202-544-5977.

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