Cries from the doomed 2

Two British voices – Nigel Farage and Godfrey Bloom – cry out against the undemocratic EU’s destruction of Greece and a repeat of the subprime conspiracy of politicians against people.

Who’s listening? Hardly anyone in the joke of a “European parliament”. But millions on the Internet.

 

Posted under Economics, Europe, Greece by Jillian Becker on Thursday, February 16, 2012

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  • Ralph

    The Greek left(non-productive) has overwhelmed Greek capitalism(productive). No matter how much money the ECB prints Greece is a failure until it becomes a nation that produces good and services that are valuable.

  • Ralph

    The Community Reinvestment Act of 1977 requires banks to loan money to low to medium income people in order to buy houseing while using sound banking principles. However, the underlying theme is that those banks that don’t meet vague criteria may lose their FDIC backing. The CRA is an example of the nanny state run amuck. Because no one cares to read even recent history Jimmy Carter won’t be blamed for the housing bubble. Because no one will research even the recent past the left will succeed in blaming capitalism for the housing  disaster.