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Old 05-05-2010, 12:30 PM   #1
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Default 3 dead in Athens riots and more expected

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Old 05-05-2010, 12:33 PM   #2
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Arrow Riots in greece, how long before they spread???

a little competition maybe?

Cant see either the US or UK using the IMF but quite obviously both economies well buggered....not forgetting spain and portugal: Ireland...

expecting widespread deep cuts post election from either party, but i'm expecting a rigged hung parliament so nobody has responsibility....the governor of the Bank of England said whoever gets in won't be re-elected for ages.... R I G G E D W E L L H U N G F O R S U R E

but my question is, when the world's cuts materialise, whos going to riot next, and when??? Personally, I think here in the UK they are 18 months off yet although how the hell this, and the US's economy are still afloat is beyond me, and when they go bang, they really will implode uncontrollably this time. Gereece shaky has helped the UK no doubt, though whichever way you look at it, all the fiat currencies of the world, that are not backed up with anything are going pop, so all them w*****k in the sunday times rich list, who, by jumping out the eurozone into stirling or dollars, think they are safe; laughin my [email protected])(&^%ks off, the only people making are the bankers again....and when the lot goes bang, coming back for another bailout.....

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THIS IS YOUR CUE...

EVERYONE WITH MONEY IN PUBLICALLY OWNED BANKS

GO QUEUE ROUND THE BLOCK TO WITHDRAW EVERY PENNY

TURN IT ALL INTO COMMODITIES, HIDE IT AND FIND YOUR NEAREST RIOT, YOU WONT HAVE TO LOOK FAR!!!

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Old 05-05-2010, 12:35 PM   #4
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I want to run a book....who riots next??
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I want to run a book....who riots next??
Sweden maybe , they are kinda prone to it lol
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Old 05-05-2010, 12:39 PM   #6
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dont underestimate Ireland, and they got guns...
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Old 05-05-2010, 12:44 PM   #7
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I said in a couple other posts that imho when this happens to Ireland it will have a big impact.
Simple reason being they're white and english speaking. The Uk and the US will be able to relate to it and it'll become all too real for the english speaking world at large.
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and theres access to guns...could get messy....

but your overlookin the fact that they run all the west's media outs
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Old 05-05-2010, 12:53 PM   #9
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You have to admire the greeks passion and drive. They dont take the shit like the west takes. The only time there are going to be riots in the UK is when the electric is turned off and the people cant operate their tv's.

Por-tu-gal next i reckon? What odds do i get funkslug?
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Just go GREECE! Smash their idiot heads!
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Old 05-05-2010, 01:14 PM   #11
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They do but you can expect a big turn towards internet news, youtube etc.
The rioting isn't going to solve anything of course as the rioters will just demand that govt "do something" to fix the "problems".
The elite know this and therefore don't give a damn, it's all part of their predictive programming game they are playing.
My best advice for families with young adults of draft age is to get the hell out of countries that are closely aligned enough with the EU and US and also get out of the middle east.
The shroud of the dark side is falling :/
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They do but you can expect a big turn towards internet news, youtube etc.
The rioting isn't going to solve anything of course as the rioters will just demand that govt "do something" to fix the "problems".
The elite know this and therefore don't give a damn, it's all part of their predictive programming game they are playing.
My best advice for families with young adults of draft age is to get the hell out of countries that are closely aligned enough with the EU and US and also get out of the middle east.
The shroud of the dark side is falling :/
By my calculations then that leaves Vanuata as my 'safehouse' destination
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I'm not ready for a fucking uprising. I need another year. I haven't even planted my raspberries yet. Why the fuck can't the Greeks just hold out for another year or so. This is soooo fucking typical
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I just put TV on and police are saying no one died..not that i believe the police

I must say how it warms my heart to see a burning bank not that it will solve anything though it does bring a smile to my face
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By my calculations then that leaves Vanuata as my 'safehouse' destination
There's some EU countries with a very small and disorganised police force and govt that is not yet fully computerised and their own countries were normally ardently neutral.

Sweden, Ireland, Switzerland (non eu but neutral), Slovakia, Iceland, Andorra.

Iceland will be especially safe but difficult to move and live there, same applies to Andorra.
Slovakia is cheap but so is the work.
Switzerland you'll be bloody lucky lol, you need to be at the top of your game to move here and your work has to be very much in demand.
Sweden...I'm still looking into atm, might be some forum members who could advise further.
Ireland, this place is truly heaven on earth if you have family and you're a brit. Works easy to get and housing is affordable if you live out of towns and if you rent. The people would revolt if a draft for an EU army was asked for...that said the govt in Ireland is a useless mess (thank god) and they'd have trouble organising a piss up in a brewery let alone a national draft.
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I just put TV on and police are saying no one died..not that i believe the police

I must say how it warms my heart to see a burning bank not that it will solve anything though it does bring a smile to my face
I was surprised the bank had people in it today of all days??? Very strange! Not the safest place to be!!!

By the way the BBC have just interviewed Lord Monckton and he says Britain will be the same as Greece before the end of the year if we don't get out of the EU dictatorship ! He used the word dictatorship to describe the EU himself.
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Ireland, this place is truly heaven on earth if you have family and you're a brit. Works easy to get and housing is affordable if you live out of towns and if you rent.
Unless you are into cannabis. the best you'll get there is very low quality nipweed and if you try to set up business selling anything better the 'RA will cut your face off.
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The police were met with chants of "Liars" as the demonstrators claimed there were no bodies inside.

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I was surprised the bank had people in it today of all days??? Very strange! Not the safest place to be!!!

By the way the BBC have just interviewed Lord Monckton and he says Britain will be the same as Greece before the end of the year if we don't get out of the EU dictatorship ! He used the word dictatorship to describe the EU himself.
good point wasn't there a national strike today..could the alleged deaths be a way to give the rioters a bad name?

watching TV now and there are more things than banks burning ...the interior ministry for one

good for lord Monckton..surprised the bbc let him have a say..
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