Open Warfare in Greek Cities Intensifies as Austerity Kicks In. Is America Next? WARNING: Graphic Images (VIDEO)

Open Warfare in Greek Cities as Austerity Intensifies. Is America Next? WARNING: Graphic Images (VIDEO)

DailyTeaParty.com by Peter Porteous -As the economic situation deteriorates in Greece due to the banker created financial crisis, the Greek populace is on the streets rioting just as many predicted as far as a few years ago.

Many have also predicted the crash of the dollar, the American economy, and the resulting riots.

The weight of the over-valued derivatives, the seemingly infinite money printing, the ensuing weakening of all currencies and specially the dollar, make it seem like there is no logical mechanism for a way out; that is, until the economy crashes, the currencies revalue themselves or are replaced, and we build a new economic infrastructure from the ground up.

At this moment we have currencies that are weaker by the second, paper derivatives and financial instruments that are next to worthless, and a government whose first instinct is to make money appear from no where to keep their banker masters afloat, oas a matter of course leaving the population to fend for itself.

The American political elite is short on common sense and in their willingness to tell the American people just were we stand; at the edge of catastrophe. If there is no mechanism out of this depression, then it seems that the only way to get out of it will be through chaos.  Hopefully only temporarily.

Chaos favors those who prepare. Are you? 

RussiaToday | December 15, 2010 |

Hundreds of protesters clashed with riot police across central Athens on Wednesday, smashing cars and hurling gasoline bombs during a nationwide labour protest against the government’s latest austerity measures. The former Minister for Development Kostis Hatzidakis was attacked by protesters outside a luxury hotel. He was escorted, bleeding from the scene as his attackers yelled “thieves” at him.

RussiaToday | December 16, 2010 |

Strikes and demonstrations over austerity measures have been sweeping across EU countries. Since the Irish financial crisis last month, there have been growing fears of a spillover effect on other vulnerable European economies such as Spain and Portugal. And the Spaniards are already tightening their belts.