Avaricia de los griegos ricos, incompetencia de políticos cómplices y culpables arrastra a Grecia a una catástrofe

Hoy Domingo 19 de Junio las plazas españolas son ocupadas por jóvenes indignados  -buscar El País ahí están las fotos.

Mientras los jóvenes vocean su frustración políticos culpables como Rita Barberá, corrupta alcaldesa de Valencia y todos los políticos reelegidos del PP, muchos con cuentas pendientes con la justicia (a los demás del PP en altos cargos si no están frente al juez es porque todavía no se lo han podido demostrar, no porque sean inocentes, la presunción de inocencia en este caso no les vale porque son harto culpables y es evidente) y estos corruptos llaman al Ministro Rubalcaba y le exigen -Barberá lo ha hecho-  que se emplee con violencia contra los manifestantes, y para medrar los pepotes todavía más.

Es culpable también el fascista y corrupto pueblo español y en especial el de las zonas mediterráneas, más corrupto que Sicilia  — en Corleone la capital de la mafia de Sicilia no han montado un aeropuerto sin aviones como hizo Fabra, mamando de la corrupción, y le levantaron un monumento de bronce a Fabra, que costó 300 millones de euros.

Viene a cuento porque en Grecia la cosa empeora.

Un periodista en la Televisión Rusa dice que hay Guerra en Plaza Syntagma.  No diría yo tanto, pero violencia, gases, palos y gente muy indignada sí que hay.

En España los jóvenes indignados son más cívicos porque la situación todavía no es tan mala como en Grecia, pero va a empeorar.

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What’s going on in Greece now is war – journalist
by RT

[On Wednesday], anti-government protests in debt-stricken Greece have turned violent. Demonstrators clashed with police forces after tear gas was used to disperse protesters. People in central Athens are protesting against new austerity measures to aid the economy. They formed a human shield around the Greek parliament to prevent lawmakers from debating the issue Wednesday afternoon. Tens of thousands of protesters started to throw stones and firebombs at the police in response to tear gas. Between 25,000 and 27,000 demonstrators were on the streets of the capital by the middle of the day, police said.

«People in Athens protested very peacefully as they [have done] for more than 70–80 days and what is going now is beyond logic. It is a war with helicopters, with motorbikes, with Molotov [cocktails] and chemical stuff,» journalist Stylianos Chrysostomidis, who was at the scene, told RT.

Protesters are not satisfied with the new measures. They say the money is not going into the country’s economy. «Everybody in Greece knows that all the money they take, all these billions they go to derivatives, securities of the banks, and they go to the bonds. They don’t come to the real economy of Greece. All the money we take is in order to pay high interest rates. This is robbery. And the problem for the now is that people know that,» Chrysostomidis said.

Economic analyst and international lawyer Nick Skrekas says that Greeks are very disappointed, and many of those who gathered in the streets would like to see new regime in the country.
«They had not been told that the national dept was going up 17 per cent. So other than just the obvious trigger of austerity and a plan to increase taxes, make cuts about 6.5 billion for this year alone and another 22 billion in 2015, plus a fifty billion [euro] privatization program – there is more than enough unhappiness to go around,» Skrekas said. «I think there are many that would like to see a completely new political system with fresh faces, and no one is holding to powerful interests inside and outside the country. There are some parallels which can be drawn with the Arab Spring,» he added.

El periodista denuncia mentiras del gobierno griego.  Que el dinero que llega de Europa no entra a la economía griega -que está parada en vía muerta- y respecto al desempleo, dice que es casi 25%.

Real unemployment will reach 25% soon”.

http://rt.com/news/greece-clashes-police-protesters/

☼ Alan Greenspan, que nos hundió la economía mundial en 2008 o sea que de ruina sabe bastantes, dice que Grecia va a hacer default y que es inevitable.

Default by Greece ‘Almost Certain’: Greenspan
by Vivien Lou Chen – Bloomberg

Alan Greenspan, former Federal Reserve chairman, said a default by Greece is «almost certain» and could help drive the U.S. economy into recession. «The problem you have is that it’s extremely unlikely the political system will work» in a way that solves Greece’s crisis, Greenspan, 85, said in an interview today with Charlie Rose in New York. «The chances of Greece not defaulting are very small.»

Grecia hoy, peor que Argentina en 2001 cuando el Crash

Cinco importantes factores en que Grecia está peor que Argentina, allá cuando De la Rúa tuvo que huir en helicóptero de la Casa Rosada.

How should one assess the chances of Greece avoiding an Argentine scenario today? A quick look at the fundamentals (Greece today versus Argentina before the default) is not encouraging:

Debt level (% of GDP): GR: 150% v. ARG: 50 %

Fiscal deficit (% of GDP): GR: 12% v. ARG: 5 %

Current account deficit (% of GDP): GR: 10% v. ARG: 2 %

Growth (real GDP): GR: -3% v. ARG: -2 %

Deposit flight (% change in bank deposits): GR: -10% v. ARG: -7 %

En Nivel de la Deuda respecto al gdp/PIB, en Déficit Fiscal, en Déficit por Cuenta Corriente, en Crecimiento Negativo y en Huida de Depósitos que se llevan el dinero fuera del país, Grecia está peor

☼  Esto va a tener muy malas consecuencias para Europa, cuyas economías están ligadas y esas deudas de Grecia son de bancos europeos que pueden quebrar, según el Financial Times.

Greek crisis threatens European decade of economic implosion
by Mohamed El-Erian – Financial Times

From day one, immense challenges faced the coalition of international institutions that opted for a liquidity approach to address Greece’s debt solvency problems. Now that this coalition is stumbling and bickering publicly, the outlook for Greece has taken a significant turn for the worse. Even as George Papandreou, the Greek prime minister, prepares to reshuffle his cabinet, he must know his nation’s predicament is now extremely hard to reverse.

 

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Por Armando

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