Why Greece Can’t Catch A Break – Continuous Failed Economic Policies

Josh Sigurdson and author and economic analyst John Sneisen break down the problems with the Greek monetary system and how it relates to the global financial system. Greece’s continued implementation of big government, massive central bank control, everything from bail outs to bail ins are an example of what other countries should not do. However, this is of course a globalist issue and it’s in the favor of the IMF, BIS, UN, ESF and other global entities that Greece continues to implement over the top central planning. Their paper money empire is like anyone else’s except it’s at an end and the manipulation is destroying lives.
John goes over several stats that relate to the current problems in Greece and the absurdity of the Greek government spending to GDP. Talk about dependence and servitude to a state that’s working hard to create debt enslavement.
This is just the beginning folks. Stay tuned!

Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

John Thore Stub Sneisen
Josh Sigurdson

Graphics by Bryan Foerster and Josh Sigurdson

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  • leftslayer

    great video, guys… it’s amazing how the ECB could print money out of thin
    air , hand Greece a piece of paper and say there’s your bailout, and then
    demand Greece to sell off their assets, mining companies, Greek islands
    etc….im not saying Greece isn’t at fault, but you got the big kids
    against the little in the sandbox! !! i hear the E U sends financial
    advisors, that sit in Greece’s parliament and make sure they keep with
    their austerity measures, talk about a attack on their sovereignty.
    …added note , i keep hearing about this you tube movie called ( Brexit
    the movie ) lots of talk. …cheers

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