Citizens Swarm the Streets of Greece In a Whirl of Violence

The Intellihub
Shepard Ambellas
October 19, 2011

A parliamentary vote to deepen the spending cuts by the Greek government is pushing people by the hundreds of thousands to act now and swarm the streets erupting them into a whirl of violence.

The protest was formed for the first day of a huge 2-day strike by private sector and civil servant workers.

An excerpt from The Wall Street Journal described how the locals feel;

“We have reached the limits of our endurance and, what is worse is that there is no ray of hope,” said Stathis Anestis, spokesman for the big GSEE private-sector union. “We want to send a message that these austerity policies have been a catastrophe for Greece.”

Prime Minister George Papandreou’s Pasok and his party are not happy about the reforms which might tip off the globalists to try and form a fake centrist movement in Greece.

Another excerpt from The Wall Street Journal reads;

The minister predicted that new elections could be called by early next year at the latest and no party will win an absolute majority in parliament, a result that would force the creation of a national unity government that would take the politics out of the reform effort.

This would be a great opportunity for the globalists to seize as the turmoil continues the strikes will continue to drive the Greek economy deeper into the abyss.

However these problems are not limited to Greece.

Some of the very same problems we are facing here in the United States could lead to violence according to the Pentagon which has detailed plans on how to deal with civil unrest.

The Pentagon has openly announced that 20,000 troops will police the streets of America by 2011, a sure sign of what is planned for America.

This could also explain some of the recent troop movements in the CONUS and positioning of equipment throughout the country.