... totally different from that of the bank-occupied mainstream media
Please spread this video to all your contacts so that the lies about the Greek debt crises and its victims will stop!
Now, you can learn in less than 15 minutes the real story behind the Greek debt crisis issue, the one that destroyed the Greek economy and transformed Greece into a debt-colony and a lab-rat for the most brutal neoliberal experiment. You will see how the bank-occupied media tried to present the problem as a crisis concerning the national debt of Greece while in reality was clearly a banking crisis. The result: the European banks were saved with billions of bailout programs while the country was literally destroyed by the brutal IMF-type policies.
Since the eruption of the crisis in 2010, the mainstream media, totally dependent on bank money in a closed system of corruption, especially in Greece, begun the war propaganda against the "bad" public sector of Greece to hide the enormous responsibilities of the banks. The public opinion was brainwashed to believe that this was a Greek public debt problem and that Greece outside the euro-currency would be led to absolute chaos. The reality is that the big banks sacrificed the country to save themselves, despite their enormous responsibilities.
But the Greek experiment will not stop here. The European Financial Dictatorship wants to expand it throughout Europe. If you want more proof, just look what happened in France.
As described in the CADTM website:
The animated video “ The Greek debt. a European tragedy” here presented is the result of an intense effort of sensibilisation realised by the collective “Production du Pavé” and the CADTM staff.
This video intends to sum up in a simple and easy way, how Greek indebtedness grew into the outbreak of the public debt crisis of 2010. It also seaks to denounce, with solid arguments, the huge disinformation around this subject.
The details in this video are from the preliminary report of the Truth Committee on Public Debt. The video will allow a larger public to approach the conclusions of the report.