Greece to be the “Guinea Pig” for EU appointed Prime Ministerial Overseers

Lucas Papademos, the present EU puppet PM of Greece, is reported in ekathimerini this morning, linked here, to be putting together a permanent group to oversee the governance of Greece. A quote:

Acting on the recommendations of French advisers as well as other experts, Prime Minister Lucas Papademos is overseeing the creation of a permanent team that will be responsible for coordinating the actions of future governments.

The EU is an organisation in which Britain shares part responsibility for its actions and supposedly jointly controls, along with other supposed Western democracies.

When do the British Government propose to call a halt to these outrages to everything for which Britain, under its Monarch, is supposed to stand and represent across the world!

We are becoming a party to the installation of fascism! (Reposted from Ironies Too).

5 comments for “Greece to be the “Guinea Pig” for EU appointed Prime Ministerial Overseers

  1. Alexander
    March 12, 2012 at 8:57 am

    This is how things work in all countries. Whatever used to belong to their peoples, today it belongs to the multinational companies of the Club. Peoples were betrayed by their given leaderships and they lost everything. Capitals and markets were handed to the Club bosses. If you understand what is going on in Greece, you can understand what is going on in Britain, France, and Germany etc.. Blair’s qualifications were first “assessed” by the Club and then they were “discovered” by the British people. Sarkozy’s qualifications were first “assessed” by the Club and then they were “discovered” by the French people. Even poor ex-communist Merkel passed through the “corridors” of the Club to reach her throne in the German Chancellorship.


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  2. March 12, 2012 at 9:32 am

    All eyes are in that direction.

  3. nisakiman
    March 12, 2012 at 9:42 am

    I can’t see it panning out quite as they (the Eurocrats) would like.

    The natives are already getting restless, and the Greeks are, as a nation, pretty feisty. They won’t take kindly to a takeover of this sort.

    There is a tendency here for recourse to direct action, and any “Prime Ministerial Overseers” would be well advised to base themselves as far away from Greece as is possible.

  4. March 12, 2012 at 9:55 am

    I have heard nothing recently about the attitude of the greek army, don’t they have a duty to protect the country? So what chance they would step in?

  5. March 12, 2012 at 10:49 am

    The EU goes too far, all the time.

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