The BBC still favours the current system of governance that forces us to live our lives in a way not offered to or determined by ourselves, but by others. The BBC is a master of that. There is perhaps a temptation to be quiet if or when it does something that flags the rotten nature of politic de jour. For example if the BBC paints a favourable picture of the struggle against TSTI (The System That Is). But we should not be silent (or lower our voices) when innocent life is taken in pursuit of that struggle
The BBC Corporate Media outlet, says people ‘died’ when supposedly protestors set fire to a bank. Actually BBC, they were killed. Acts of homicide were committed! It could even have been murder. Why is the BBC saying they ‘died’ as if the death was somehow ‘natural'(whatever that in itself means).
These protestors are idiots. They voted for that government and previous governments, ALL of which entertained fraudulent (spun)capitalism. By legitimizing Greek governments of yesteryear, these protestors are guilty of their own financial hardship AND now homicide, blaming others for THEIR wrong doings. Why don’t these protestors set fire to themselves instead?
Greek police: Investigate this crime quickly, round up suspects, put them on trial where warranted, if found guilty, throw them in jail.
If they escape justice, these ‘protestor’ idiots will compound their mistakes by yet again voting for yet another government that will yet again indulge in financial black magic. They are reaping what they have sown. Shame on the BBC for once more underplaying the death of innocents.
Ummmm. I do try and offer suggestions after criticism. Now I’ve vented that killing ordinary people will go nowhere, I’m going to advise you how to wind down this economic madness: Detach from it AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.
That means, try and avoid getting into debt: rent accommodation, don’t buy. Live modestly within your available expenditure. Buy gold and silver as stores of real wealth for your savings. Wind down your use of banks. Don’t store large amounts of fiat cash or electronic digits in them. Don’t worry about the manipulated price of gold and silver. Try and use gold and silver to trade amongst friends. Try to lessen use of credit cards. Try to establish anonymizing techniques to break the surveillance culture that’s only going to get worse, much worse! Try and eat healthy food from local and wholesome suppliers. Do NOT vote for people maintaining the status quo. Do not pay for corporate media; use relative independent ‘rebel’ media. Be prepared for a long hard battle. Form a supportive network of like minded people.
I know these are not easy, I myself am not able to implement a number of them, but it’s a matter of degree. The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. You must make sure the steps are not deceptive steps.