“We don’t want a saved Greece with a bankrupt population” Aleka Papariga Communist party leader.
Reports are emerging from Greece that Athens has at least five buildings in flames one of which is a Eurobank building and a Starbucks.
10 of thousands of people are rioting while the police has run out of tear gas after it was announced that Greece would be getting a whopping 320 billion bail out to be paid straight to the banks after they agreed to monstrous austerity measures including the minimum wage being cut by a whopping 22%.
The final vote is not in yet so I hope this sends a warning to the unelected Greek bankster government and ladies and gentlemen may I remind you that Italy and Portugal are in the same dire straits and if Greece defaults it is the beginning of the end for the entire financial system.
Tonight’s protest in Athens has all the makings of the vintage ones from May of 2010, and the nigh is still young. Here are some updates:
- Rioting spreads across central Athens, at least 5 buildings set ablaze – AP
- 2:02PM EST: FIRES ARE BURNING SEVERAL SMALL BUSINESSES AROUND ATHENS AS PROTESTERS CLASH WITH POLICE NEAR GREEK PARLIAMENT
- 1:52 PM EST: POLICE ARE CLEARING PROTESTERS FROM OUT IN FRONT OF GREEK PARLIAMENT BUILDING
- 1:50 PM EST: ATMS ARE REPORTEDLY EMPTY AROUND ATHENS… STILL UNCONFIRMED WORKING TO CONFIRM THIS
- 1:48 PM EST: LARGE FIRES ARE REPORTED AROUND ATHENS… INCLUDING A BRANCH OF EUROBANK AND STARBUCKS
- Skai TV reports that police have run out of tear gas & have asked for more supplies to be brought