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    Default Benjamin Fulford, June 22, 2015

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    Bush, Rothschild prosecutions, new disclosures, Greece, all signs of accelerating cabal take down

    There are rapidly accelerating indications the Khazarian crime syndicate that illegally seized power in the United States and many European countries is being systematically dismantled. A New York appeals court, for example, has ruled that officials who served during the George Bush Jr. regime can be sued and can face criminal charges. That opens the way for the mass jailing of the perpetrators of the 911 mass murder incident.

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/poli...icle-1.2262084

    Another sign is that a French judge has ordered one of the most senior members of the Rothschild family, Baron David de Rothschild, to be questioned by police on fraud charges.

    http://www.theolivepress.es/spain-ne...er-fraud-case/

    Also, the killing of J.P Morgan (Bush) bankers has reached a new height with the “sudden death” of their Vice Chairman and high powered deal maker Jimmy Lee. More than a dozen JP Morgan bankers have died suddenly recently and it is clear somebody is following a trail. Rest assured that trail leads to the Bush/Clinton crime family.

    Meanwhile, there is a growing consensus the Greek crisis is coming to a head soon and massive withdrawals of Euros from Greek banks show that at the street level people know a Greek default is inevitable. However, a formal Greek default would start a domino effect that would topple Germany, France and the rest of the Euro zone before eventually reaching the United States. For that reason the Greek government knows that the EU central bank, the IMF and their Fed bosses will not pull the plug on them but will instead buy time with various accounting tricks. That is why Greece’s Economy Minister made confident predictions about the Greek debt crisis in Moscow last week after meeting with Russian officials.

    http://tass.ru/en/world/802620

    Despite all the fudged numbers and smoke and mirrors coming out of Western governments, the Western financial system (the Federal Reserve Board) is already bankrupt. The Fed’s corporate subsidiary, the United States of America Corporation headed by “acting president” Barack Obama has been issuing fake financial data for years now to create the appearance all is well. Recently, for example, their total debt numbers have stayed frozen at $18.11 trillion since March 16th, over 100 days.

    The White Dragon Foundation also received new confirmation the Fed has been bankrupt for a lot longer than that. Some senior Asian bankers who met with Alan Greenspan (when he was head of the Fed) and with then US president Al Gore to ask about Manchurian gold the Fed was obligated to return to them were told by Greenspan........

    FULL REPOT: http://sitsshow.blogspot.com/2015/06...2015-bush.html

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    Default Re: Benjamin Fulford, June 22, 2015

    Nice crunchy report for a change... or at least what he has written here... that smacks pretty solid with my own interpretation of what I see financially in the global market... And Greece is the best player for this position... lol... (they may have underestimated those Greeks after all ...LoL! ) Putin has given them all the negotiation leverage they need, whatever they end up doing... Russia is looking more and more like the "Rebel Forces" to the US's "Imperial Stormtroopers".

    One more reason and perfect example why we DON'T want to live under a ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT... Because IF that was the case, Greece would be on it's knees getting raped right now (even worse then what they already got suckered into...) they may have just figured it out... in any event they know they can flip over to the BRICS and the new Eastern Commerce Markets in a heartbeat and be a key player in that economic train which is clearly leaving the station...

    All aboaaarrrrrddd! next stop global economic shifts on the horizon...
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    Default Re: Benjamin Fulford, June 22, 2015

    Crisis Report from a Greek Island

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    It feels like any other summer, people are strolling in the plateia, yachts in the harbour, restaurants opening. All is calm on the surface, but this past week Greeks were finding new places to invest their money: flower pots, mattresses. My Greek friend "Zorba" was in the port and spoke to a woman who said 'Haven't you taken all your money out of the bank yet?"

    Crisis: a greek word meaning "decision".

    The far-left government of Alexis Tsipras had just declared the Greek debt to the IMF Troika 'odious' and 'illegal' meaning the country was headed for default. So last Friday 'Zorba' stood in line to withdraw his paltry savings, and now they're in an empty dog-food can in our kitchen.

    Rumours were flying that when (or if) the banks reopen on Monday, there will be no more Euros, and the country will be back on the drachma. The European bankers were sharpening their fangs. Monday came - that was this morning -- with news of a reprieve. A late-night, last minute, €18 billion bailout offer could postpone disaster for another six months.

    After 6 years of dire news, there is little panic, just a country sailing slowly into the sunset.How many more cruise ships - or last-minute bailouts - will appear on the horizon before Greece sinks?

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    We live on an acre of land next to an ancient fortress known as the Castro, on a northern island called Lemnos which is opposite Troy, 50 km east on the Turkish Coast. Getting here this time was a problem as the ferries keep breaking down. Lemnos has been a strategic island ever since the Trojan War and more recently was a stepping off point for the Gallipoli campaign, with troops stationed here en route to the battlefields of the Crimea.

    Now the island is also reputed to be the centre for electronic warfare in the Aegean, and 'Zorba' tells me he has seen one of the main underground facilities near the mountain village where he owns land on the slopes of an extinct volcano.

    'Zorba' says Alexis Tsipras (the new PM) is just another Zionist agent destroying the country.

    People are suffering -- shops are closing. Two years ago, the owner of a cyber café (whose Russian waitresses moonlighted as prostitutes) shot himself because he could no longer face his debts.

    The local grocer can't pay his electricity bill and has installed a noisy generator. He owed so much money to creditors, they came around to his store and forced him and his elderly brother to take off their trousers and be paraded around the port with ropes around their necks in broad daylight, in front of the men in the cafe neon.

    The old-line Communists no longer stage many rallies with speeches and playing of old Theodorakis tapes on the loudspeaker -- they have been replaced by the new, far-left Syriza party which won the election back in January. Many new cars speed on the roads, allowing people to shop at a new chain supermarket that offers cheap prices.

    Not long ago, the baker shut down his oven in the market because he couldn't afford the gas bill. We can no longer use his oven for our household baking - which used to be a tradition in Greek villages and towns.

    Because the electric bill in Greece often arrives with a property tax notice, 'Zorba' cancelled his account three years ago, and installed a basic solar system - enough to run a refrigerator in summer for 8 hours a day. At night we switch it off. Much of our food comes from our garden, including edible weeds (purslane and amaranth).

    NATURE

    Nature used to be our friend, but Greeks can no longer even count on their weather.This year has been much wetter than usual. Destructive windstorms are also more common. 'Zorba' says this is because the Zionists are trying to destroy this year's food crop and further impoverish Greece. He sees geo-engeering and GMOS as part of that same agenda. Unlike North Americans, Greek TV and radio sometimes discuss chemtrails and other conspiracy theories.

    We have also seen the effects in our garden of GM seeds which produce food for one year only, then become sterile. Traditionally, on this island, people save (and share) seeds but that has become risky with the invasion of hybrid plants and Terminator seeds.

    Lemnos (which used to be self-sufficient in agriculture) is far enough from Athens that it remains a laid-back easy-going place. There are still shepherds here: one told us he can't pay his mortgage. A few years back, he made the mistake of taking out a loan. "What will happen? Will the police come and take away my house?"

    The island also has its drug traffickers - not surprising since young people have no jobs, and the police are corrupt. We know a photographer and citizen journalist whose store front was attacked by unemployed kids. The police did nothing, and the kids involved turned out to be a gang of police informers. For complaining, he was place in a psych ward. drugged and held for a month.

    I spoke to an American friend who has been living on another island for several decades. When she arrived in 1972, the drachma was worth almost nothing, and life was incredibly cheap. At 76, she has no pension, and a house but the rent consumes almost all her tiny income. She told me she got through last week by fasting for three days.

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    As for Zorba and me, (left) we have a garden. Monsanto has made inroads here and you can't depend on other plants -- we have seen strange hybrids etc. and even though we have honey bees, we're still not sure about this year's cucumbers. This week I made purslane pesto, purslane stir fry, purslane with rice. And dolmades, from leaves from our grapevine. We are also growing lots of beans this year because you never know when supplies might run out. Today I'll probably make potato salad with beans and purslane, which we'll wash down with retsina and ouzo.

    Forty years ago, when people were poor and the drachma worth little, there was the consolation of a way of life that had existed for centuries." Now they ask" "How are things in Canada?" I say our banks are strong, and we are living on dirty oil.

    "The party is over" is a phrase you heard often a few years back, when new taxes were announced every week. Greeks would be taxed for having children, making their own olive oil, or growing vegetables, in addition to the new property taxes which could double if left unpaid. There was no end to the Draconian measures the right wing government introduced to please its European lenders.

    I was here the night Syriza won the election back in January. As the votes were being tallied on TV, a fisherman walked into the harbour side restaurant with a basket of sardines and called out "These are for Alexis Tsipras!" - people laughed. It made the results seem all the more heartwarming. Later I saw the €60,000 sonar device that locates schools of fish so he can eke out a living in the depleted sea.

    If Greece returns to the drachma, will it go back to being the way it was when I first came here 35 years ago? Not likely. It isn't only Greece that has changed -- the global pursuit of wealth has eliminated the earthly paradises by devastating the eco-systems that made them possible.

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    Default Re: Benjamin Fulford, June 22, 2015

    Greece would be a great country to "refurbish" with alternative energy... they have tons of sunlight, and could easily become hyper efficient energy users... even with today's technology... Someone wants to buy them out, on the cheap...

    And why the hell is ANYONE on this planet using GMO seeds!!!!!!!!!!!!??????????
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    Default Re: Benjamin Fulford, June 22, 2015

    From my European relative:
    I know three young people in their late twenties one American grad from IT grad/management Columbia Univ., her husband Belgian IT tech guy, and my Czech friend....all have been recently hired by huge companies to do testing and IT support for all the banks here who are getting 'standardized'. The companies have TONS of openings and the contracts are luring all the young people in to get started at ground level. They are giving cars away and everything! Some of the companies asked only for High School diploma!

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