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World View: Egypt's Government Demands End to Pro-Morsi Rallies

World View: Egypt's Government Demands End to Pro-Morsi Rallies

This morning’s key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com

  • Bank Of England helped Hitler loot Czechoslovakia’s gold
  • Opposition to Greece’s bailout grows as 11 billion euro is revealed
  • Egypt’s government demands end to pro-Morsi rallies
  • Afghanistan headed for India vs Pakistan proxy war

Bank Of England helped Hitler loot Czechoslovakia’s gold

Hjalmar Schacht (left), Hitler's finance minister, with his close friend Montagu Norman, Governor of the Bank of England (Getty)
Hjalmar Schacht (left), Hitler’s finance minister, with his close friend Montagu Norman, Governor of the Bank of England (Getty)

After Adolf Hitler’s Nazis invaded Czechoslovakia in 1939, the Bank ofEngland helped Hitler’s war machine by transferring gold valued at $1billion in today’s prices from Czechoslovakia’s account to Germany’saccount, in cooperation with the Bank of International Settlements.So Britain not only appeased Hitler’s Lebensraum territory grabs, butalso the Bank of England continued the appeasement by helping Hitlerloot Czechoslovakia’s gold assets. These details came out onWednesday when the Bank of England posted 50 year old documents on thehistory of the BoE prior to WW II. This story illustrates how muchcorruption occurs during a generational Crisis era. I’ll leave it toyou, Dear Reader, to reach your own conclusions about Washington intoday’s generational Crisis era. Telegraph (London) and Bank of England (PDF)

Opposition to Greece’s bailout grows as 11 billion euro is revealed

A new report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) says thatGreece’s second bailout will have a funding shortfall of €11 billionover the next two years. This will not be surprising to any long timereaders, inasmuch as I’ve been explaining for over two years why thesebailouts will fail with 100% certainty for generational reasons.Nonetheless, it’s amazing how credulous so many people are in the faceof repeated lies and backdowns by eurozone officials, highlighted byJean-Claude Jüncker, former chairman of the Eurogroup financeministers, who said when caught in one of these numerous lies, “Whenit becomes serious, you have to lie.”

But now opposition is growing to further bailouts of Greece.Germany’s public has been getting increasingly skeptical, and with herreelection campaign coming up, chancellor Angela Merkel is being verycautious about what she says. But now Brazil, whose representative tothe IMF is one of its 24 board members, is openly starting to object.Paulo Nogueira Batista abstained from approving the latest bailoutpayment, and says that Greece’s implementation of austerity measures –conditions of its bailout — has been “unsatisfactory in almost allareas” and assumptions about growth and debt sustainability “continueto be over-optimistic.” Kathimerini (Athens) and CNN and AP and IMF (PDF)

Egypt’s government demands end to pro-Morsi rallies

Despite calls by the government for pro-Morsi Muslim Brotherhooddemonstrators to end their protests, activists have continued theirrallies, and are calling for a new major rally once again after middayFriday prayers. But now the interim government has ordered theinterior ministry to end the protests. According to Wednesday’sstatement from the cabinet:

“Based on the mandate given by the people to thestate, and in preservation of the country’s higher interest, thecabinet has delegated the interior ministry to proceed with alllegal measures to confront acts of terrorism and road-blocking.

The cabinet has reviewed the country’s security situation and hasconcluded that the dangerous situation in Rabaa and Nahda Squares,including the terrorist acts and road-blocking that has occurred,is no longer acceptable as it constitutes a threat to thecountry’s national security.”

Hundreds of protesters, mostly from the Muslim Brotherhood, havealready been killed since the ouster of Mohamed Morsi from thepresidency on July 3. Some reports indicate that Egyptian publicopinion is getting fed up with these Brotherhood protests, and thatwith the deaths they’re “getting what they deserve.” Wednesday’sannouncement threatens new clashes and violence, especially on Friday.al-Ahram (Cairo)

Afghanistan headed for India vs Pakistan proxy war

Since last month’s Afghanistan peace talks collapsed within one dayafter they were announced with great fanfare by U.S. Secretary ofState John Kerry, Pakistan and India are considering their options asAmerican troops withdraw. During the 1980s Soviet war in Afghanistan,Pakistan sided with the group that later became the Taliban, and Indiasided with a different anti-Soviet group. Since the 9/11/2001terrorist attack on American soil, American has pressured India toreduce its role in Afghanistan, while Pakistan has continued supportfor some parts of the Taliban. After America withdraws, India willhave the choice of seeing Afghanistan become a vassal state ofPakistan, or get re-involved with Afghanistan, risking a proxy war.Global Post

 
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