Iceland’s former prime minister Geir Haarde went on trial on Monday for failing to prevent the island nation’s 2008 financial crash, making him the only global political leader to face prosecution over the wider crisis that engulfed most of the world’s economies.
Greek politicians’ last minute agreement on fresh austerity plans haven’t exactly been greeted with open arms. A 48-hour general strike has been called by the countries two major labor unions. And other Eurozone member states have said that the will impose even more conditions on Greece before handing over a second bailout.
John Key and his ‘clients’ were major profiteers of creating the same setup in Ireland as he is now trying to do here as soon as April of next year if National is reelected; creating an off-shore tax haven for corporations & creating the same temporary boom that leads straight into the next recession…
Ireland is being told it has lost its autonomy and independence and is wholly subject to conditions imposed by EU & the IMF…