Greek Army Threatens Military Coup Sparking Fears of Military Uprisings And Civil Wars Breaking Out Across All Of Europe
Posted by Alexander Higgins -
June 26, 2011 at 9:25 am -
Translation by Autumnson
However those threats do little to deter the people across Europe who feel that they have nothing left. In a Land of broken people suffering harsh austerity measures enacted to pay the tab for greedy bankers, who continue to participate in the same acts of fraud and reckless behavior that caused the Global financial meltdown in the first place, the people of Europe have had enough. Apparently so have the police and military forces.
Several news agencies out of Europe are reporting that Army and Police officers have joined the people in the riots against the banks to protest what is being perceived by European nationals as the sale of national sovereignty to foreign powers.
Xander News reports (translation):
Greek Army threatens coup
Jose Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, last year a prescient when he said to fear that several Southern European countries may fall prey to civil war and their democracy would be lost? Several Greek troops have now indeed threatened a military coup against the government because the Greek people, according to the union officer ANEAD feel “to foreign powers to be sold”.
Especially in Europe it is normal for the military’s political neutrality and not interfere with drafting the policy of the government. The call of the Greek officers association is therefore highly unusual, especially considering that the press spokesman for the ANEAD literally said that the army “will not tolerate violation of the Constitution, not the defense of our sovereignty should be.” That was a clear threat to the address of the current Greek government.
The Greek Parliament, this week to decide whether, in exchange for a new rescue package sovereign rights will give, such as self-determining the nature and extent of the enormous necessary cuts, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), by trends forecaster Gerald Celente recently so aptly renamed the International Fund Mafia.
Overt threats of military coup
Under Greek reservists are now quite openly discussed a possible military coup. More and more soldiers to join police officers, customs officials and the Coast Guard since last week in Athens openly against the government are going to demonstrate. The Greek Defence Minister speaks of “dangerous activities” of Greek officers and made public a letter in which officers are threatening to “ward off” the current government.
Between 1967 and 1974, Greece was ruled once before by a military dictatorship that came to power by a comparable domestic crisis today. In February this year, the Greek government under the guise of preparing for deployment abroad, the military exercise on the suppression of demonstrations and riots in urban areas. That was a clear signal that the government was considering to deploy the army against the people. Now it seems that the military no longer the government can be trusted.
After Greece, Spain and Portugal also
At the moment Greece is the second, roughly € 100 billion big ‘reddings’ fonds rushed through it, and again the hand will have to cease, the opposition from other EU countries such as Germany and the Netherlands, probably even greater. Is it a military coup in Greece, or even threaten countries like Spain and Portugal, also on the verge of bankruptcy balance, again to fall prey to a military dictatorship. The danger of civil wars in these countries occur is increasing, because the greenhouse is empty and it is clear that the citizens will no longer pick up that, while social services are taken away, the European banks and insurers still be saved.
Barroso would have predicted that it may soon be done to democracy in Greece, Spain and Portugal, so get to be right. The nervousness in financial markets will now increase. Spain already pays more than 6% interest on its government bonds, and as it stands is that 7% soon. The experiences in Greece, Ireland and Portugal show that 7% interest is untenable, causing a crash can not happen. Spain will also have to rely on the euro emergency fund, but that by no means sufficient.
Eurozone and EU end?
Spain, like Greece need huge cuts go, it would be the Spanish army that can be perceive as an attack on national sovereignty . If it is thought that Italy and Belgium also financially dangerous water rafting, it’s not hard to imagine that the end of the eurozone and perhaps even the entire European Union will result. For the globalist political and financial elite, this is a nightmare scenario, but for the freedom-loving Europeans it is the only hope to escape from the stranglehold of the Brussels dictatorship.