Assorted videos after the break.
By Stefan Steinberg, Information Clearinghouse
In an interview with the British Guardian newspaper published Friday, the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Christine Lagarde, vented her class hatred for the workers of Greece, denouncing them as tax scofflaws and ruling out any respite from the austerity measures that have devastated the country.
In the interview, Lagarde was questioned about the social catastrophe resulting from five years of economic crisis and austerity measures dictated by the IMF and the European Union. She was asked, in particular, to respond to the plight of pregnant women who “won’t have access to a midwife when they give birth,” patients who “won’t get life-saving drugs,” and the elderly who “will die alone for lack of care.”
Contemptuously dismissing the suffering and death caused by the policies she is helping to impose, Lagarde replied: “I think more of the little kids from a school in a little village in Niger who get teaching two hours a day… I have them in my mind all the time, because I think they need even more help than the people in Athens.”
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Houla Massacre: Burhan Ghalion, Head of Syrian Transitional National Council, Calls for More Terrorism
by Scott Creighton
Despite the fact that their initial propaganda about the Houla Massacre has completely fallen apart after being exposed for the lie that it was, globalist powers in Great Britain have convinced their fellow NATO co-conspirators to expel their Syrian Envoys in what amounts to a pointless and desperate attempt to finger the Assad regime for their own terrorist destabilization efforts.
While the rest of the civilized world is calling for an end to the violence in Syria, Burhan Ghalion, head of the Syrian Transitional National Council, is calling for more terrorism till the Security Council approves and invasion.
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