Be alert to what the central banks are doing, don’t be distracted.
Central banks are rarely blamed for the disruptive policies, social unrest, and wars they cause.
How vulnerable is the U.S. Southern border?
Look at an enslaved world going digital:
Thousands of individuals marched in Athens against pension reforms…
Social unrest is developing in Greece as worker Unions have called for a general strike on February 4th, 2016.
Varoufakis has said that Greece wants “a bridging program between now and the end of May, which would give us space – all of us – to carry out these deliberations and in a short space of time come to an agreement.”
However, Dijsselbloem told reporters when asked about Greece’s requests: “We don’t do bridging loans.”
President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, has replaced his prime minister, the head of the national bank and an array of other top officials
Obama’s Vice-Pres. Disgraced Merkel By Revealing Truth…
U.S. Led Bombing in Syria.
NY protests Flood Wall Street.
Preparations for G-20 Summit in Australia continues.
The Nations of the world are ready to reset all currencies and the U.S. Dollar will not remain the World’s reserve currency at the end of the reset.
Everything is being staged by institutions and the People have been marginalized as a “human resource” on National Farms.
The Troika is a controlling body of representatives of the ECB, IMF, and the EU Commission that is unelected by the people – Oligarchy of career politicians. The role of the Troika is to negotiate with member countries of the Eurozone where the state budget has run into difficulties. That is correct – the IMF and Christine Lagarde holds an unelected political position without any election process of the people. This is the same as any Oligarchy.
European Commission President (elected by heads of state not people)
European Commission Vice-President , Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs (Official) Olli Rehn Finland Finland
European Commission designated negotiator; Matthias Mors Germany
European Central Bank President of the ECB; (Official) Mario Draghi Italy
European Central Bank Head of Department at the ECB, named negotiators Klaus Masuch Germany
IMF Managing Director; Christine Lagarde France
IMF designated negotiator: Poul Thomsen Denmark