Thursday, July 16, 2015

The "OXI MARCH". Greeks will march into the history books and set themselves, and the world, free. Pass it on.

For those of you who count themselves human and still, despite the best endeavours of the masters of this reality to rob you both of your power to reason and your will to take action, some perspectives on the Greek drama and how the Greeks might set themselves free and in doing so give an example to the rest of the world once more.

As usual I ask my readers to recall that the Devil is in the detail, where lies confusion and endless debate about the hair on the elephant's hide, with no mention of its towering presence in the room.

This detailed obfuscation is the badge of the modern "politics" of the global usurious masters, seen everywhere on a TV near you in glorious technicolour HD.
In other words, the world's politicians lie, by omission, every time they open their mouths and "debate" the minutiae of whatever scrap they are tossing to you today to keep your mind occupied.

It is worth noting, first and foremost, that there have been no references made by any member of Syriza (including ex Finance Minister Varoufakis) of the true nature of "money".

None have alluded to the way money is created as debt.
Not one has stated that the "bail-out" billions did not exist until they were created at the touch of a computer key.

Since fooling the Greek populace into voting for them, where oh where has been the determination to repudiate the fake debts?
Iceland serves as a partial example of the benefits of forcing banks to cancel debt.

Hugo Chavez of Venezuala set an historic example by cancelling the debts to Venezuala of Haiti.

What happened to Chavez?
Chavez of course, unlike any toe-the-line political leader, member of a "royal" family or global bankster master, died of cancer.

No one can "give" someone cancer, right?

The US of A said that was "absurd", but then they would, wouldn't they?
The Guardian ran an editorial on the proceedings of the US Senate Church Committee, (the chairman's name was Church):

The most telling outcome of this US Senate investigative committee is entailed in this statement in its report, which must ring the warning bells to all Americans:

If this government ever became a tyrant, if a dictator ever took charge in this country, the technological capacity that the intelligence community has given the government could enable it to impose total tyranny, and there would be no way to fight back because the most careful effort to combine together in resistance to the government, no matter how privately it was done, is within the reach of the government to know. Such is the capability of this technology.
I don't want to see this country ever go across the bridge. I know the capacity that is there to make tyranny total in America, and we must see to it that this agency and all agencies that possess this technology operate within the law and under proper supervision so that we never cross over that abyss. That is the abyss from which there is no return

The government of Rafael Correa of Ecuador, having found that the debts "owed" by that country to the Bankster mafia were created with many irregularities and were in essence illegal, repudiated those false debts and bought them back at 35 cents on the dollar, despite being oil-rich and having the wherewithal to service those debts..

Of course, if you upset the usurers, they'll find a way to get you,and if they miss first time, they'll keep at it:


Greece, of course, is saddled with similar irregular and illegal false debts.

This statement, from the Greek debt truth commission, sums it up:

All the evidence we present in this report shows that Greece not only does not have the ability to pay this debt, but also should not pay this debt first and foremost because the debt emerging from the Troika’s arrangements is a direct infringement on the fundamental human rights of the residents of Greece. Hence, we came to the conclusion that Greece should not pay this debt because it is illegal, illegitimate, and odious.
It has also come to the understanding of the Committee that the unsustainability of the Greek public debt was evident from the outset to the international creditors, the Greek authorities, and the corporate media. Yet, the Greek authorities, together with some other governments in the EU, conspired against the restructuring of public debt in 2010 in order to protect financial institutions. The corporate media hid the truth from the public by depicting a situation in which the bailout was argued to benefit Greece, whilst spinning a narrative intended to portray the population as deservers of their own wrongdoings.

So where, understanding the illegality of these loans,are the following actions?

1. A repudiation and refusal, ever, to "repay" these false debts.

2. The arrest and bringing to trial in open court of those officers of the National Bank of Greece,the Office of National Statistics and the members of previous governments (many of whom still sit in the Greek Parliament enjoying fat wages courtesy of the Greek people)?

3.Where is the nationalisation of the Greek banks, the creation of a free currency NOT issued as debt, the revitalisation of the Greek economy along the Icelandic example?

I do not doubt for a moment that the frighteners have been put on those members of Syriza that yet hold their heads up high and are not such cowards that they refuse to fulfil the promises they made to their people when seeking their votes, that refuse to ignore the democratic voice of the people expressed via referendum.

In Libya, the now decapitated leader of that democracy, decided to lend money to poor countries, more often than not those loans being interest free.

 Naturally, the lackey governments of the bankster mafia could not tolerate anyone lending money without interest. It might become popular, after all."Off with his head" said the Queen.And it was so.

Those who are still determined to stand for what they believe is right and to uphold and fulfil their duty to their country are few indeed. In politics, all is not as it seems, of course.

Some, perhaps Varoufakis amongst them, voted "No" with an eye to their political future. Right wingers who hope to benefit from a swing in their direction ditto. But revealingly and above all only 39 of them voted to do what the people of Greece had just a week before by referendum instructed them to do.

Here's a list of them

Sadly the false hope of Syriza and the earnest promises they made to the electors that pay their salaries lie as dust on the floor.

We can draw only two conclusions:
The first is that Syriza were. from the outset, a false opposition made of liars and thieves and those suffering from an excess of ego whose task has been to take the wind from the sails of the growing European resistance movement to the global bankster mafia.

The second is that, through bribery, coercion, blackmail and a thousand other dirty tricks the global bankster mafia had managed to take utter and complete control of Syriza.

Now, as we see, the vindictive, vicious and ruthless bastards that are our rulers have punished the Greeks and will make them pay, generation after generation subject to overwhelming debt slavery. They have wiped the smiles from Greek's faces and the future is bleak.

To paraphrase Orwell:
"If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a Greek's face forever".

What can be done?
We well know how quickly the masters of this reality execute their strategy, and how remorselessly.

I have shown in previous posts how the Bankster's agent Churchill forced civil war upon the Greeks in the 1940's (and how the current Syriza Finance minister is related to one of the Generals that helped orchestrate that internecine bloodshed).

In videos in the previous posts I warned of protests being taken over by violent extremists who are in fact agent provocateurs. This is a regular tactic of the elite. In fact it already emerges that the violent protesters arrested  many of them are not in fact Greek (25 out of 38)! (I can't find the article now at but it was there.)
Read into that information what you will.


The Banksters have stolen, from the place where it was born, democracy.
They have stolen the future of every Greek child.
They have stolen hope from millions of Europeans, all of whom suffer under this usurious mafia's rule.
They have their people in place to create disorder at demonstrations and discredit them.
They have a history of creating civil war here and in other places.
They have installed fascists in the Ukraine, and fascists wait in the wings here.
Like everywhere, many if not most of the population have lost the understanding of their right and prerogative to protest and their bounden duty to dispose of undemocratic government so as to preserve the freedoms of their children.


Something must be done.As I have said before here the eyes of the world are on the Greeks and so the Greek people have an opportunity to lead the world, once more, into a new form of civilisation.

They have said NO before to fascists.

At the referendum, despite the threats, they said NO again, just to be ignored by their elected "leaders".

They are not a fearful people, and though one might fairly say easy to fool into accepting the rule of corruption they understand what occupation by a foreign menace is and that they have to fight, get knocked down but stand again and fight and keep fighting until that menace is banished.

It is this spirit they must find within themselves now.

In the past, revolutions were things of blood and gore and violence, revolutionaries the pawns and puppets of the usurious global masters. See previous posts here to read more of these grand deceptions.

Violence is the chosen field of play of those that hold the disposition of armies and police forces and intelligence agencies, those that are safely ensconced in their towers and castles (still now!) whilst the streets fill with battle and the gutters run with blood.

Violence is not the way.

There have been examples in history when peaceful civil disobedience defeated vastly more powerful occupying menaces.Gandhi's "Salt March" is an historic example, the Wiki entry recording the names of the first 80 marchers for posterity....

The great Martin Luther King followed Gandhis example:

This, then, offers some hope to the Greeks and the future of their children.

It is a way forward.

To march, but not in small groups, not in small bands allied by politics or workplace, not in a divided and piecemeal way, 


To march.

Ordinary Greeks from every village, from every town, from every walk of life.

Mothers and their children.
Grandmothers and Grandfathers.
Farmers and lawyers, chefs and teachers.

Every man, woman and child of conscience taking themselves to the streets and roads and marching together to Syntagma Square.

It will not be a march of "isms", no communism nor fascism.
It will not be a march of "democratic" parties. We have seen what use they are to a nation.

It will be a march that simply says "OXI".

So, Greece, set a date.

At stake is the future of a country, the future of every Greek and, relying upon this example, the future of the rest of the world that sweats and suffers and bleeds at the hands of the global Bankster mafia.

Pass the word.

And, when you are ready:

Place the "OXI MARCH" into the history books.

With Great Love for our adopted country and its beautiful and embattled people,
Olive Farmer and Aktina Pempti
xxx xxx xxx

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