Citizens Swarm the Streets of Greece In a Whirl of Violence
The Intel Hub
October 19, 2011
A parliamentary vote to deepen the spending cuts by the Greek government is pushing people by the hundreds of thousands to act now and swarm the streets erupting them into a whirl of violence.
The protest was formed for the first day of a huge 2-day strike by private sector and civil servant workers.
An excerpt from The Wall Street Journal described how the locals feel;
“We have reached the limits of our endurance and, what is worse is that there is no ray of hope,” said Stathis Anestis, spokesman for the big GSEE private-sector union. “We want to send a message that these austerity policies have been a catastrophe for Greece.”
Prime Minister George Papandreou’s Pasok and his party are not happy about the reforms which might tip off the globalists to try and form a fake centrist movement in Greece.