Highway To The Gyro Zone: Latest Video Of Greek Violence

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riley martini's picture

 Thats how controlled the US media is ,one has to use a foreign media for relivant financial news ie. The falling EUR . RT is covering the story.

LRC Fan's picture

Bang bang bitchez!

hambone's picture

Shotgunz Bitchezzzz.  Good for the goose definitely also good for the gander.

Ray1968's picture

They don't have a 2nd amendment in Greece. The police can gun you down at will. Just give them a few more days and it will look like Syria.

 

JW n FL's picture

thats ok.. the police in this country will have a mother fucking wake up call when they try that shit here.. that whole Ken State / Rodney King thing..

plus+++++++++++

 

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http://goo.gl/3bto9 Use Twitter? Do you Blog? Do you Chat? YOU! are a Home Grown Terrorist(s) Per Home Land Security! See Link(s) and Official Report(s).

 

POLICE FATALLY SHOOT UNARMED MAN - Laying Face Down and Shot in The Back http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAHjhtYZpX0

 

the Police are Nazi's everywhere.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G63FEamhpA0 A nice Lady shot in the back and face, with rubber bullets.

Police (6 - 8 officers) Kick Child in the Face after trying to run him over with a car. http://bit.ly/fT59zI

 

will be stopped early on.. something tells me.

edotabin's picture

The truth in this remark stops at the first sentence.  The second sentence is absolutely wrong.  If the police shoot 2-3 people you will see a popular uprising and it will be the people that will have the police on the ropes..... in a very very bad way.

Think about it. With all the has happened already, the police in almost any other country would have already started shooting. There is a reason they have not in Greece.

 

 

NOTW777's picture

lesson - avoid public employee unions and political bribes

riley martini's picture

 Ditto Heads unite and bow to your bankster masters.

DK Delta's picture

I would like to make the assumption that no bank that holds Greek bonds has also written credit protection on Greece.  It would be mind boggling if they did, but I guess there is a reason the term 'dumb bank' has existed for so long.  Any bank that gets caught being long bonds and long via CDS, particularly in a non mark to market account should get an instant visit from the regulators.  

Assuming it is not banks who wrote the credit protection, where is it sitting?  I expect a lot of the net writers of protection are insurance companies and to a lesser extent hedge funds.  Insurance companies are a natural choice to be net writers of protection, and it would be about par for the course if AIG took a big hit on Greece CDS during their roadshow.

 

Great point. So who is writing the insurance? Do we know?

Ray1968's picture

AIG: Now there is a reason to throw a flaming beer bottle at someone!

Mountainview's picture

Because AIG=USA=FED!!!! Don't woory!

1100-TACTICAL-12's picture

Max Keiser , has been over there stirring the pot....

LOWNskater52's picture

I disagree with the Argentinian example.  Agrentina defaulted and had the luxury of falling back to using the world's reserve currency (the U.S. dollar) for vital transactions.  Once we default and the Dollar crashes, we have nothing to fall back on but good ole, finite, sound money.

DK Delta's picture

That's why they should allow for competing currency systems. All the gold funds and precious metals ETFs could offer debit account systems to ween us off this fiat nightmare.

Urban Redneck's picture

Argentina also wasn't a key part of a raging banker domino theory paranoia.

They also started with their own currency & central bank monetary policy. 

Argentina was also a sovereign State, as opposed to a member of the EU.

But why let facts get in the way of an otherwise convincing argument?

anonnn's picture

Argentina was also a sovereign State, as opposed to a member of the EU. ...

A one-sentence chunk of education!

Reptil's picture

Ah but you see; THERE ARE SIMULARITIES!

Argentina's currency like many South American countries at the time was pegged to the dollar. They got into heavy debt loads because their governments looked at their monetary system as a sort of extension of the US one. Ironically the tables are now turned (as far as finances go)

Also read: "Confessions of an economic hitman" by John Perkins. Good stuff.

Cleanclog's picture

You can annul the marriage after the baby is born.  The grandparents will help out.

Urban Redneck's picture

That's only abnormal & scary by EU riot standards,  not so much by BRIC standards.  pretty boring by EM standards, and a pathetic wuss parade by non-developing market standards.

turds in the punchbowl's picture

you like-a da juice? 

Smartie37's picture

Title changed by FT from "Greece and Portugal Should Go Gracefully" to

"Default Won't End Eurozone Crisis"

by Simon Tilford

BKGuy's picture

Agree with most except the following:

"I suspect that they are not as exposed as the market may believe.

I would like to make the assumption that no bank that holds Greek bonds has also written credit protection on Greece.  It would be mind boggling if they did, but I guess there is a reason the term 'dumb bank' has existed for so long.  Any bank that gets caught being long bonds and long via CDS, particularly in a non mark to market account should get an instant visit from the regulators."

If the crisis has taught us anything, it is the following:

1. most banks were MORE exposed to toxic assets than anyone thought 

2. banks will certainly write risky insurance products despite holding those same assets (picking up pennies in front of a steamroller).

3. Relying on the ability and willingness of regulators to determine and control what assets are held in what book and what the marks should be is a tenuous proposition.

He_Who Carried The Sun's picture

Go through the list of Greek-gov subsided entities and you'll fall off your chair. They cannot go on and spend for commities of non-extant lakes and the likes anymore and on top of that fiscal discipline of the general populace is nil as well. There is no other way than to save and after that discuss EU aid. Can you imagine what would happen in those streets if the government decided to turn back to the Drachma? There would be many dead as people's money would lose any value...

It is a political question too, if the big three of Europe had to admit defeat in the aftermath of a default and Germany can shoulder the small pig's debt. If however Spain would enter the picture permanently, then the whole story needs to be re-written...

The real risk to the global monetary system right now comes out of the US of A with Bernaks dollar-printing desperately camouflaging impending municipal bankruptcy.

anonnn's picture

The Spanish Civil War opened the curtain on WW2.

75 years later, the network of unpayable Spanish debt obligations beckons ominously.

vote_libertarian_party's picture

I love the CDS write up at the end.  It gives you the impression everybody is either long CDS or at worst net to even on bond holdings.

 

Somebody is going to eat some big losses.

 

Default on bonds = somebody, somewhere is going to eat losses.

VyseLegendaire's picture

Killzone: Greece edition. 

Mountainview's picture

Soon on your channel as well!!! The endgame of debt!!!

FrankIvy's picture

How long until that arrives in the U.S.?  Can't imagine they're going to be able to keep the lid on too much longer.

When the U.S. goes, it all goes.

Internet Tough Guy's picture

Anyone who thinks Argentina is doing better since 2001 doesn't know much.

darkpool2's picture

I get so exasperated with all this debate. The idiots who lend to chronic underperformers deserve all they get. Greece can and should be opportunistic, but at the same time we dont have to save them from themselves. Pull the plug ( both sides) and t Let the chips fall where they may. I for one dont want to contribute a single cent---- or will that be drachma?

sbenard's picture

The best thing for Greece is to default and send the message to both bong markets and governments that citizens will not put up with being enslaved to pay for overspending byt politicians. Maybe then, a few American politicians and the bond vigilantes will get sensible in cutting the size, scope, and cost of government in America, too!

Where are the bond vigilantes when we need them?

Global Hunter's picture

Bong markets, fantastic idea!

Boxed Merlot's picture

Where are the bond vigilantes when we need them?...

 

Drinking the bond water?

bbq on whitehouse lawn's picture

Do you think i could get a visa?

I should get a passport first but they seem to want data thats not easy to get unless your a perfect nuclear family on government pay.

How do you get information if you cant get SS# on dead or lost parents?

Im thinking of just buying a boat and ending my relationship with the US.

Government is the only entity you can get in trouble with without leaving your bathroom.

If anyone "loves America" Im sorry i just dont see it.

What do you love? Maybe im missing something.

Dr. Acula's picture

>Government is the only entity you can get in trouble with without leaving your bathroom.

Very true:

The Relentless Misery of 1.6 Gallons - http://mises.org/daily/3997

The Bureaucrat in Your Shower - http://mises.org/daily/2007

Mayor Unrolls Toilet Paper Tax - http://lasvegas.cbslocal.com/2011/03/23/mayor-unrolls-toilet-paper-tax/

How the Presidency Is Invading Your Home - http://mises.org/daily/4781

"The same 1992 law that gave us those awful low-flush toilets also restricted the amount of water showerheads could use to 2.5 gallons per minute. Some consumers who disliked the resulting weak trickle opted for models with two or more showerheads, each using the maximum 2.5 gallons. But Team Obama has now eliminated this "loophole" by requiring that the total flow must comply with the limit"

"if a contractor or retailer buys one [toilet] in Canada to install or sell in the US, he faces fines of $2,500" - http://mises.org/freemarket_detail.aspx?control=290&sortorder=articledate

Joe the Outlaw - http://mises.org/daily/3160

 

riley martini's picture

 Those Greeks know how to party . I don't see any coverage from the Fascist commerical media in the USA . The end of corruption with the Raj verdict

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Those Greeks know how to party. The Fascist commerical media in the USA is still pretending they don't know why the EUR is going down.

 

 

 

 

laserjock's picture

Because one video is worth one thousand pictures...

Depends on the frame rate (FPS) and the video length.

 

Gimp's picture

US Media - no coverage as usual. They wonder why they are loosing viewers...

Agent P's picture

From CNN's main page (cherry picked admittedly):

  • Trump reveals hair secrets
  • Lindsay Lohan sentenced in theft case
  • Bristol Palin: It's not plastic surgery
  • Princess Beatrice to auction wedding hat
  • Signs a boomer marriage may not last

What more do you want man?

Gimp's picture

LOL - Now there is some real news!   At least we have zerohedge for now.

TraderTimm's picture

I've posted about this one time before, and in light of this news and the comments about not having anything to fall back on I thought I would again.

Last time I posted BitCoin was sub-parity to the dollar and averaging 17k on the exchange I track (Mt.Gox). As of this posting the BTC/USD rate is 5.650 with a recent high of 6.065. I honestly thought above parity would be good enough, but it really started to fly after that point.

For those that are interested in the background, please visit:

http://bitcoin.org/

Charts: (I follow the mtgoxUSD tab, 3-month chart myself)

http://bitcoincharts.com/charts/

My small investment is up over 500% at this point. (I got in at the sub-parity level.)

Cheers...

AldoHux_IV's picture

Not only is default not going to be the end of the world, but it's the only solution to this debt ridden world economy.  What I don't understand is how we sit here and accept the bullshit these policymakers are sellling-- they're the economic terrorists that are hell bent in destroying equal opportunity for prosperity while enslaving the world in debt.

These assholes deserve to be mobbed for what they're trying to do: IMF/Worldbank, central banks, G20 finance ministers, et al-- the centrally planned regime needs to be taken down.

High Plains Drifter's picture

when the body bags start being used, then we will know that greece is falling.....