Monday, July 6, 2015

US Senator Calls Letter Giving Orders to Ukraine PM a Forgery

The office of US Senator Richard Durbin has denounced as a forgery a letter allegedly written by him giving direct orders to Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk and sent to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Durbin spokesman Ben Marter told RIA Novosti.

Democracy is Dead: Brussels Prefers Corrupt but Tame Leaders to Syriza

Brussels' message to Greeks reads: "Your vote is irrelevant. We would rather deal with corrupt but obedient leaders, than honest ones with ideas of sovereignty," Greek publicist Alex Andreou says.
Greeks and the people of Europe need to realize that they were twisted around the Eurozone decision makers' little finger, Greek publicist Alex Andreou pointed out.
"[The EU] taxpayers' money was pumped, not into Greece, but into failing banks, like everywhere else. Profit has been privatized and risk nationalized," the publicist stressed.

Do as I Tell You: Puppet master, US Senate Gives Direct Orders to Ukrainian PM Yatsenyuk

Obscure hackers released a letter tended to Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk from US Senator Richard Durbin, guaranteeing bolster and instructing him which key officials ought to and shouldn't stay in office.

The Rise of a New Wealthy Empire and the need for containment In Africa -

LAGOS, NIGERIA/WEST AFRICA--- This is a nice and rich place that the West ( US Central Bank, Wall Street corporations, E.U. corporations, and their institutions ) want to contain. See more pics, video and continue reading bellow.

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Over 61% of Greeks Say 'No' in Bailout Referendum With 100% Votes Counted

Over 61% of Greeks rejected the proposed deal with creditors.

Some 61.3 percent of voters in the Sunday Greek referendum voted against the lenders-proposed bailout plan, while 38.6 percent said ‘yes,’ the country’s Interior Ministry said Monday after all the votes were counted.


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