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Thursday, February 12, 2015

Greece's leaders stun Europe with escalating defiance

Prophecy Sign: The coming global economic reset, (collapse and new economic order)

Little Greece might still become the match that sets the global economic wood pile on fire, burning everything to the ground.  From the ashes will arise a brand new economic world order at first lead by a cadre of 10 new economic regions and leaders, but ultimately controled by one individual who we know as the Antichrist.

The ten horns you saw are ten kings who have not yet received a kingdom, but who for one hour will receive authority as kings along with the beast.  They have one purpose and will give their power and authority to the beast. Revelation 17:12-13 NIV

Greece's leaders stun Europe with escalating defiance
Greece’s finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has spelled out the negotiating strategy of the Syriza government with crystal clarity. “Exit from the euro does not even enter into our plans, quite simply because the euro is fragile. It is like a house of cards. If you pull away the Greek card, they all come down,” he said. “Do we really want Europe to break apart? Anybody who is tempted to think it possible to amputate Greece strategically from Europe should be careful. It is very dangerous. Who would be hit after us? Portugal? What would happen to Italy when it discovers that it is impossible to stay within the austerity straight-jacket?”
Berkeley economist Barry Eichengreen warns that Grexit would be “Lehman squared”, setting off a calamitous chain reaction with worldwide consequences. Syriza's gamble is that the EU authorities know this, whatever officials may claim in public. Premier Alexis Tsipras is pushing this to the wire. Rightly or wrongly, he calculates that Greece holds the trump card – the detonation of mutual assured destruction, to borrow from Cold War parlance – and that all the threats from EMU power centres are mere bluster.

Germany tells Greece to accept bailout or 'it's over'
Today's crucial meeting of European finance ministers to discuss whether to renegotiate terms with the new Greek government over its bailout deal. And the two sides couldn't be further apart. Over the past week German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has done his uppermost to douse any talk of renegotiating the bailout deal saying, archly, that the country doesn't have to accept any more bailout money if it doesn't want to. On Tuesday he told reporters in Berlin that if Greece refuses to accept the final €7 billion tranche of the current bailout programme then "it’s over". He also denied reports that the European Commission were looking at granting the Greek government a 6 month extension to the programme saying they "can't negotiate about something new" and casting doubt on a bridging loan deal. 

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