The great nation that gave birth to Aristoteles, Sokrates and Platon, that shaped our Western civilization, that was a root of modern democracy, just showed a middle finger to pagans from the North.
In 1000 years people will still read and quote Greek philosophers, while Mercedeses and BMWs of today will be forgotten, will turn into bags of rust and dust. ECB, led by banksters’ nominees will be a laughable episode, barely mentioned in economic history books. Troika will be remembered as a restaurant name in Moscow, where they served great vodka and black caviar.
You did just great, our Greek fellows, by telling OXI to banksters. They ripped your nation. First they come to you and say, please borrow as much as you wish, we will give you the money. Want higher pensions, good, we will finance it. Want higher wages, no problem, here is the money. Wanna build highways to nowhere, bang, another check. Buy our submarines, here is new credit line. Time passes, they come again and say, your debt is too high, no worry, we will use creative accounting to hide it, we will teach you how to do it, just pay us few billion euro for this service. Time passes and crisis hits. No worry, we will continue to “help you”, we will make more billions speculating on your country, while you will suffer, implementing so called “reforms”. Remember, we are banksters and we are here to help you. We do the work of Gods. We live in Olympus.
No vote finally ends this absurd story. The time has come to say good bye to eurozone, print drahma, devalue and become price-competitive again. Take the future in you hands, who are they, Boss-wearing-suits, to tell you what you should do, what values should be yours. These pagans. Stand on your own feet and decide. Either you will choose your own reforms become a successful nation, or you make bad choices and will perish. But at least these will be your own sovereign choices.
The home of Western democracy, culture and science should not be a banksters’ puppet. No more.
Economy of the XXI century - https://www.mpolska24.pl/blog/economy-of-the-xxi-century
Professor Krzysztof Rybinski holds MA in computer sciences, and Ph.D. in economics. He has an extensive professional background. He worked as software engineer in Tokyo, director of the Soros Foundation programs in CEE, a consultant to the World Bank. He was chief economist and managing director at commercial banks. In 2004, he was appointed the Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Poland by the President of Poland and performed this function for four years until 2008. He was in charge of research, foreign exchange reserves management, payment systems, cash circulation management, monetary statistics and international relations. Under his supervision National Bank of Poland changed its investment strategy which resulted in additional one billion dollars profit for Poland. In 2004-2005, he was member of the EU Economic and Financial Committee, and in 2007-2008 a member of the Polish Financial Services Authority. In 2007-2008 he served as a World Bank alternate governor for Poland. He was also member of the supervisory boards of several financial sector companies (2008-2009) and Partner in Ernst & Young Poland (2008-2010). Since 2010, he has been Professor and President of Vistula University in Warsaw, which offers education to students from more than 30 countries. In 2012 he launched the investment fund called EUROGEDDON, its investment strategy assumes deepening financial crisis in the Eurozone. The fund launch was covered by Financial Times and CNN International.
Krzysztof Rybinski was economic advisor to several Polish governments. In the last few years he was a coauthor of country higher education strategy, e-government strategy and intellectual capital strategy.
Krzysztof Rybinski is author of numerous refereed papers in economics and (co) author of several books. In March 2012 ranking he was ranked the fourth best Polish economist by number of scientific citations. In October 2012 he received the business award of most respected Polish economist. He has also contributed hundreds of articles on economics and financial markets to Polish newspapers. He published in The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and The Economist. He was the first senior central banker in the world to have started a popular and often quoted by media economic blog www.rybinski.eu already in 2006.