Σάββατο, 9 Μαρτίου 2013

Greece to give up it`s Gold;


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From: Len Cranford

To: Dr. R.M. Finley ; craig schommer ; ryder smith ; Marshall R. Ellington ; jb_campbell@yahoo.com ; patrick.henry.wanted@gmail.com ; James Wickstrom ; Darkmoon

Sent: Friday, March 08, 2013 3:33 PM

Subject: Greece to give up it`s Gold;





{Well of course! Fits the "Protocols of Zion" perfectly. Jews Worldwide use USURY to steal everyone`s Gold - that`s been known 100+ Years. FDR pulled it in 1933. Lenin pulled it in 1928. Now Greece will go even MORE BROKE with this Shystering. Actually, I`m surprised it took this long! And I didn`t know Greece had any gold! - With all that Socialism? But now; exchanging Gold for DEBT??? !!!! What a Zheek Deal for da`Banksters! Oy! Oy! L.}



http://silverdoctors.blogspot.com/2012/02/greece-agrees-to-give-up-all-of-its.html

Greece Agrees to Give Up All of its Gold to Obtain Latest Bailout

The devil is in the details. In this case, the details require Greece to give up all 111 tonnes of its gold in exchange for the latest bailout. Which means that should Greece ever decide to do what they should have done in May 2010 and default on the banksters, they will now be SOL as far as international trade is concerned.

As far as the banksters are concerned, Greece with its 111 tonnes of gold are merely a practice run for the main event: Portugal with 382.5 tonnes of gold, France with 2,435.4 tonnes of gold and Italy with 2,451.8 tonnes of gold.



But down there in the small print of the Greek deal lies the nasty side for Greece. There lies a heavy penalty clause; Greece's lenders will have the right to seize the gold reserves in the Bank of Greece under the terms of the new deal. Greece has 111 tonnes of gold. In other words Greece has given up on its "money in extremis", gold. If they default they will have nowhere else to go.

Its international assets will be seized and it will not be able to trade internationally at all.

Today we are watching both Iran and the Sudan use their gold to buy food for their country as they have nowhere else and nothing else to get it with. Under the terms of this new deal Greece has effectively forfeited that last resort. And if they wanted to pull a last card from the pack by insisting on a Greek jurisdiction for any final arbitration, they have forfeited that too, by agreeing that future bonds issued will be governed by English law and in Luxembourg courts, conditions more favorable to creditors.

The option of leaving the Eurozone and surviving independently has now gone. If they do default [and many think the shrinking economy will force them down that road] they will have to accept whatever terms they can scrape together from the E.U. in order to survive! Greece is now a colony of the E.U. not a member!

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