Greece chemtrail protest

Syntagma Square protest demonstration 29/4/2012

COTO Report
May 3, 2012

Posted on Μαΐου 3, 2012 by epamaegina

The protest demonstration at Syntagma square against the chemical aerial spraying was held successfully. Members of the Attica action group and dozens of aware citizens turned out, distributed leaflets and spoke with the public, who showed interest in this huge problem of chemical aerial spraying.

Among the speakers at the demonstration were the distinguished scientist, the chemist Dr. Nikos Katsaros, researcher at “Demokritos”, and the well-known activist against chemtrails Wayne Hall, who on the basis of their knowledge and experience analysed the chemtrails phenomenon for the audience.

Our next gathering will be at the following meeting of the Attica Action Group, where we will decide on our next moves.

Get active and get organized with us. Details in Greek: Facebook: Ομάδα δράσης Αττικής κατά των χημικών αεροψεκασμών – ΚΙΝΗΣΗ ΕΝΑΝΤΙΑ ΣΤΟΥΣ ΧΗΜΙΚΟΥΣ ΑΕΡΟΨΕΚΑΣΜΟΥΣ.

Translated from source: http://www.stinpagida.gr/?section=article&id=1895  (see more photographs)


source – http://coto2.wordpress.com/2012/05/03/greece-chemtrail-protest/


Are We on the Verge of Total Collapse? [video]

YouTube – crabbydogtrix

wake up, get your mind wrapped around what is at hand.





[hat tip: Activist Post]

Greek Town Implements Revolutionary Barter System Without Euro [video included]

Activist Post
April 22, 2012

Greece continues along a path toward self-sufficiency that could very well see them break free from their debt servitude.

In the wake of their pillaging by international financiers, Greeks who have realized that protesting is likely to bring little relief have begun to implement barter systems to meet their local community needs.  Through a combination of decentralization from the Euro, free markets, local cooperation, and the creation of a new currency based on productivity, markets like the one below in Volos are leading the charge to a restoration of the principles that build truly sustainable economies.

This is an encouraging sign, and one that is replicating throughout austerity-ridden economies the world over.  International currencies are increasingly being rejected in the face of reduced living standards through inflation and outright theft by global banksters.

Americans would do well to learn from the truly revolutionary actions taken by individuals in deliberately collapsed countries, because if global (mis)managers have their way, a similar scenario is guaranteed to unfold in the United States.

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Nigel Farage: Euro Break-Up Inevitable, Just a Question of How [video]

Activist Post
April 22, 2012


Preparations For A War – Voice Over

April 19, 2012

A Subscriber sent in some military observations – from the Gulf to Europe – the menace of military build-up is everywhere.


The US, Israel and Greece launched an air naval exercise in the Mediterranean Thursday, March 29. Codenamed “Noble Dina,” within Crete and including the waters off of Turkey, Cyprus, and Israeli Navy bases in Haifa and Ashdod. American, Israeli and Greek fleets are being supported by the British Royal Navy flotilla cruising around the Straits of Gibraltar. Rumours have it that the exercise is led by the US Sixth Fleet . As soon as it is over, possibly at the end of April, this aircraft carrier and strike group will head through the Suez Canal to the Red Sea and Persian Gulf, raising the number of US aircraft carriers facing Iran to three. Israel contributed missile ships, submarines, fighter jets and assault helicopters to the drill.

As this drill is launched Russia has started to surround Syria with it’s warships to prevent any attack on Syria . Also in the recent US-backed “Friends of Syria” meeting in Istanbul Saudi Arabia and Qatar confirmed they will financially assist the rebels. Russia has viewed it as a further step towards Arab meddling in the region.

Meanwhile 200 American and Arab Gulf fighter-bombers thundered overhead Sunday, April 8 at the outset of the biggest air force exercise ever conducted in the Gulf region. An operation for reopening the strategic Straits of Hormuz if it is closed by Iran which is busy building a naval base there. 100 of the warplanes took off from the USS Enterprise and USS Abraham Lincoln, training was also with Saudi, UAE, Kuwaiti and Bahraini air forces. The drill was conducted mainly around the US Fifth Fleet High Command base in Bahrain and around the Gulf.

Russia is building a radar station in the Armenian mountains to counter the US radar set up at the Turkish Kurecik air base. This system sends a warning to the US not to strike Iran. The Turkish station will trade data on incoming Iranian missiles with the US station in the Israeli Negev, the Russian station in Armenia will share input with Tehran. The Russian army has deployed S-400 surface-to-air missiles into Kaliningrad, the Baltic enclave bordered by Poland and Lithuania as a response to US plans for an anti-Iran missile shield system in Europe and the Middle East. Looks like the future is going to be not peaceful and will get worse.

The year of dissent: Battling Europe (video)

January 1, 2012

2011 will be remembered for its mass protests in Greece where angry crowds clashed with police and trashed the streets of Athens in response to the government’s austerity measures. The leaders there remain have been under immense pressure from the EU to make saving cuts in order to qualify for desperately-needed bailout money. RT’s correspondent Sara Firth has been covering the protests in Greece during the past year.

Nigel Farage: Bully Boys in Brussels Building Europrison (video)

December 14, 2011

The Greek economy – already teetering on the brink – has taken another turn for the worse. That’s the verdict coming from IMF officials. Austerity inspectors visited the country to check whether it’s meeting the conditions set up by international creditors. If the demands aren’t fulfilled, Greece won’t get a second lifeline of one hundred and thirty billion euros. And another debt-ridden Eurozone economy – Italy – is undergoing a further round of belt-tightening, as its lower house of Parliament is about to vote for more austerity measures. Nigel Farage, MEP and leader of the UK independence party, says the hands of Eurozone strugglers are tied while they are trapped within the bloc.