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07-12-2015, 05:37 PM #61
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(07-12-2015, 04:54 PM)Shadow Wrote:  İmage

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07-13-2015, 03:42 AM #62
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Bewildered Greeks left wondering what happened to referendum 'No' vote
Less than a week after they celebrated their rejection of a harsh austerity plan, many Greeks are struggling to understand why Alexis Tsipras is signing up to even deeper spending cuts

telegraph.co.uk

Tsipras will be lucky if he doesn't end up being lynched. WTF is going on here?

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07-13-2015, 02:30 PM #63
CmdrDraco Member
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An entire country being handed over to the banks.
07-13-2015, 02:46 PM #64
Octo Mother Superior
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The Greeks can't be too happy about what happened to their big fat Greek NO 13.gif
07-13-2015, 03:07 PM #65
CmdrDraco Member
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So Portugal or Spain next then?

Spain is definitely getting prepared:

http://edition.cnn.com/2015/04/12/europe...index.html

http://revolution-news.com/spain-congres...n-gag-law/


Some of the most controversial aspects of the Ley Mordaza include:

1. Photographing or recording police – 600 to 30.000€ fine.

2. Peaceful disobedience to authority – 600 to 30.000€ fine.

3. Occupying banks as means of protest – 600 to 30.000€ fine.

4. Not formalizing a protest – 600 to 30.000€ fine.

5. For carrying out assemblies or meetings in public spaces – 100 to 600€ fine.

6. For impeding or stopping an eviction – 600 to 30.000€ fine.

7. For presence at an occupied space (not only social centers but also houses occupied by evicted families) – 100 to 600€ fine.

8. Police black lists for protesters, activists and alternative press have been legalized.

9. Meeting or gathering in front of Congress – 600 to 30.000€ fine.

10. Appealing the fines in court requires the payment of judicial costs, whose amount depends on the fine.

11. It allows random identity checks, allowing for racial profiling of immigrants and minorities.

12. Police can now carry out raids at their discretion, without the need for “order” to have been disrupted.

13. External bodily searches are also now allowed at police discretion.

14. The government can prohibit any protest at will, if it feels “order” will be disrupted.

15. Any ill-defined “critical infrastructure” is now considered a forbidden zone for public gatherings if it might affect their functioning.

16. There are also fines for people who climb buildings and monuments without permission. (This has been a common method of protest from organizations like Greenpeace.)
07-13-2015, 03:22 PM #66
Octo Mother Superior
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07-13-2015, 03:38 PM #67
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07-13-2015, 05:27 PM #68
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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İmage
07-13-2015, 05:34 PM #69
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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(07-13-2015, 03:07 PM)CmdrDraco Wrote:  So Portugal or Spain next then?

Spain is definitely getting prepared:

http://edition.cnn.com/2015/04/12/europe...index.html

http://revolution-news.com/spain-congres...n-gag-law/


Some of the most controversial aspects of the Ley Mordaza include:

1. Photographing or recording police – 600 to 30.000€ fine.

2. Peaceful disobedience to authority – 600 to 30.000€ fine.

3. Occupying banks as means of protest – 600 to 30.000€ fine.

4. Not formalizing a protest – 600 to 30.000€ fine.

5. For carrying out assemblies or meetings in public spaces – 100 to 600€ fine.

6. For impeding or stopping an eviction – 600 to 30.000€ fine.

7. For presence at an occupied space (not only social centers but also houses occupied by evicted families) – 100 to 600€ fine.

8. Police black lists for protesters, activists and alternative press have been legalized.

9. Meeting or gathering in front of Congress – 600 to 30.000€ fine.

10. Appealing the fines in court requires the payment of judicial costs, whose amount depends on the fine.

11. It allows random identity checks, allowing for racial profiling of immigrants and minorities.

12. Police can now carry out raids at their discretion, without the need for “order” to have been disrupted.

13. External bodily searches are also now allowed at police discretion.

14. The government can prohibit any protest at will, if it feels “order” will be disrupted.

15. Any ill-defined “critical infrastructure” is now considered a forbidden zone for public gatherings if it might affect their functioning.

16. There are also fines for people who climb buildings and monuments without permission. (This has been a common method of protest from organizations like Greenpeace.)

İmage
YOUR PAPERS PLEASE

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07-13-2015, 10:06 PM #70
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07-14-2015, 11:59 PM #71
Octo Mother Superior
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Seems like the EU finmins are handling the situation with professionalism

İmage
Alexander Stubb (Finland) and Wolfgang Schäuble (Germany)

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/econo...elief.html

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07-15-2015, 12:26 AM #72
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
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(07-14-2015, 11:59 PM)Octo Wrote:  Seems like the EU finmins are handling the situation with professionalism

İmage
Alexander Stubb (Finland) and Wolfgang Schäuble (Germany)

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/econo...elief.html

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WTF?
07-15-2015, 12:29 AM #73
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Germany is going to invade Finland. Isn't it obvious? It explains a lot...

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07-15-2015, 01:38 AM #74
Octo Mother Superior
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Interesting day tomorrow. So much shït is going to hit the fans.

Quote:A new leaked IMF report on Greece seems adds fuel to the speculation that the Fund has had enough and it ready to wash its hands off Greece and its European paymasters.

In a leaked report, the IMF painted a grave picture of the state of Greece's debt mountain which it esimates wiil now hit 200pc of GDP in two years time.

The analysis warned Europe leaders would have to breach the treaties of the European Union and forgive a large portion of the debt, or concede to extending repayment maturities by an additional 30 years.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/econo...elief.html

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07-15-2015, 04:44 AM #75
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Going to be watching this popcorn2.gif

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