Monthly Archives: January 2012

Athenianvoices’ hot topic 27/01/2012

Who are the rating agencies serving?

Press TV interviews Max Keiser, journalist and broadcaster in Paris about the credit rating agency’s role in having nations impose austerity measures on the people of Europe and the damage this is causing to sovereign nations.

Athenianvoices’ hot topic 23/01/2012

George Papandreou in the Special Court

According to information from, a request for the prosecution against former Prime Minister George Papandreou and former Finance Minister Giorgos Papaconstantinou  was submitted to the prosecutor of the Supreme Court J. Tentes,  by the economic prosecutor Gregory Peponis. The prosecution has to do with false economic data that  brought our country to the IMF.

Specifically, the Public Prosecutor Gregory Peponis, sent the file for the case of the Greek Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) to the prosecutor of the Supreme Court, in order to be forwarded to Parliament for contingent liabilities of politicians (members of the ex- government).

Former members of the Board of ELSTA have testified that the 2009 deficit was purposely inflated!

Similar information were also revealed by the former vice president of the Authority Nikos Logothetis, who is now prosecuted for violation of personal data, after a complaint report of the President of ELSTAT Andrea Georgiou, for theft of official data form emails.

Former PM Papandreou name has been also involved in revelations of strange economic games by independent MP Panos Kammenos:

Mr. Kammenos described a game against Greece with the famous referendum proposal. It seems like George Papandreou helped the major investor, George Sorros, to gain about 600 billion from the referendum proposal.

Mr. Kammenos revealed that the failed Belgian bank DEXIA, in collaboration with the BROTHER OF THE PM and UNIGESTION, placed a huge sum of money in the fluctuation of Euro/Swedish Krona just days before the PM announced the referendum and the markets went haywire!

Greek MP Kammenos, is  also the person who revealed in May the secret CDS purchase by associates of the Prime Minister Papandreou which is a betting on the collapse of Greece, now worth over 29 billion euros.

Athenianvoices’s hot topic 17/01/2012

Signs False Flag  against Iran is coming!

Former Israeli Intelligence officer Avi Perry says the US is getting ready for a false flag against Iran. Now the media is telling us that US vessels are being harassed by Iranian speed boats in the Strait of Hormuz. The US just needs one good excuse to go into full-on war with Iran. If you hear their ships have been attacked by Iranian vessels, you can be pretty sure they are using the same strategy they used to get into WWII, Vietnam, and the GWOT.…

Athenianvoices’ hot topic 16/01/2012

Wall Street Gangsta!

Every week Max Keiser looks at all the scandal behind the financial news headlines. In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host Stacy Herbert discuss corruption with a clean face and Jamie “Spaghetti Face” Dimon. In the second half of the show, Max talks to investment adviser and blogger Michael Krieger about Ron Paul, the Fed and political futures.

Athenianvoices’ hot topic 12/01/2012

‘Arab Spring,  a western ploy to control Eurasia’

The ultimate goal of the US is to take the resources of Africa and Middle East under military control to block economic growth in China and Russia, thus taking the whole of Eurasia under control, author and historian William F. Engdahl reveals.

Athenianvoices’s hot topic 11/01/2012

Financial terrorists behind EU-crisis

Powerful banks such as Wall St. banks, Germany’s Deutsche Bank and the Bank of England are committing acts of ‘financial terrorism’ which have caused the Euro crisis, an analyst tells Press TV.

Which laws allow them to still be “in business” a European citizen might wonder? Which laws allow them to go against constitutions and European law?

Athenianvoices’ hot topic 9/1/2012

Worst managers go to Hollywood & Wall Street

In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss copyright and how Hollywood cons Congress by using Wall Street accounting. In the second half of the show, Max talks to Amir Taaki about hackers, piracy, technology and bitcoin.

Athenianvoices’ hot topic

Keiser report: Wall Street saints above God & Law

On this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss big lies, big cojones and the government eating your homework. In the second half of the show, they discuss Obama’s request for $3 from Stacy while signing an order allowing him to indefinitely detain her and the Princeton students mic checking JP Morgan.

Athenianvoices’ hot topic

“US intervention in Iran will drag China and Russia into war”

Iran is accusing the EU of waging an economic war. It’s in response to Europe considering banning Iranian oil imports in the coming weeks. There’s already a verbal standoff over sanctions imposed by the U.S. at the end of last year, aimed at pressing Iran into abandoning its nuclear programme. Tehran threatened to block a key maritime trade route in the Persian Gulf, and later backed off, but is still warning U.S. ships against sailing in the area. Iran will reportedly hold another naval drill next month. But anti-war activist John Rees sees Western worries over Iran’s supposed nuclear ambitions, as an excuse to curtail Iranian influence in the region.

Athenianvoices’ hot topic

Greece wants out of Eurozone

Greece has announced that it could ditch the Euro and exit the Eurozone in as little as 3 months – unless the EU and the IMF fund it with a second 130 billion euro bailout. Talks over the cash life-line have stalled for months over the poor performance of austerity measures and fears for the future. To discuss these latest development RT joined by Belgian business journalist, Johan van Overtveldt, live from Brussels…

The actual fear propaganda launched into the Greek society about what would happen if they leave the Euro should convince the Greeks, that leaving the Euro is a better option than to stay in it! As many argues: “better to live poor but independent, than poor and enslaved”!

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