The Silence from the Dumbed-Down West is Deafening - May Day 2013 - Protests in Europe, Greece, Spain, Turkey, Russia, TokyoSubmitted by clynbrit on Wed, 05/01/2013 - 10:01
SO why are they protesting? They want jobs and they do NOT want austerity or less government spending. They want more nanny state looking after them.
Perhaps they need to protest in favor of ending the central banks, because it is central banks that have deliberately caused every economic crisis in order to move in the direction of one communist global government with one global central banking system. EU and NAU are major items on the agenda. They need to get rid of the current banking system and stop wanting to be looked after by the nanny state.
The central bankers WANT the governments to spend more, to go in debt, to subsidize industry, to enslave the people of the world forever paying back a never ending DEBT with their tax dollars. RP and Nigel F have it right: END the EU, stop the NAU, and END the FED in every nation and this should be the theme of global protest.
"May Day protests are taking place on the streets of Europe, Turkey, Tokyo, Jakarta, Moscow and Bangladesh..
According to statistics released on Wednesday, 27.2% of Greece's workforce are unemployed, and 59.1% of the under-25 age group are out of work, seeking employment. It follows a bill approved by parliament on Sunday which will leave 15,000 civil servants out of work by the end of next year.
Trade unions have also held demonstrations in Tokyo, Japan, calling for more jobs for young people. In Hong Kong, thousands are expected to march in support of striking dock workers.
Indonesian workers dressed up as ants to symbolise their exploitation in a march to the presidential palace in Jakarta.
Some 90,000 people are expected to participate in May Day demonstrations in Moscow, in a trade union parade organised by the governing United Russia Party." http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/05/01/international-wor...
A pensioner burns a poster showing German Chancellor Angela Merkel dressed in a Nazi uniform in front of the Greek Parliament during a rally marking May Day in central Athens, Greece, 01 May 2013. Photograph: SIMELA PANTZARTZI/EPA
Here is an image from 2012, I believe, but still worth remembering. Police join protesters in Germany against the Rothschild central bank. Thanks to Ian56 for posting this link first at http://www.dailypaul.com/284089/police-join-protestors-in-ge...