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The Greek bailout is about helping big business, not the people of Greece

Today we have slammed the conditions imposed on Greece as part of its latest ‘bailout’ package. Campaigners say the programme is not simply misguided, but an attempt to ‘create a corporate paradise in the Mediterranean’, regardless of the level of suffering that entails.

Nick Dearden, director of Global Justice Now said:
“This package amounts to some of the most extreme ‘free market’ fundamentalism we’ve ever witnessed – even by the standards of the International Monetary Fund programmes imposed on Africa, Asia and Latin America in the 1980s. In short, it says that Greece is up for sale, and its workers, farmers and small businesses will have to be cleared out of the way.

“The purpose of the bailout has little to do with ‘repaying debt’ and everything to do with creating a corporate paradise in the Mediterranean. The debts that matter to Europe’s elite have already been repaid. Today, debt has simply become a straightjacket to discipline Greek society. The real purpose of the programme is economic restructuring, through privatisation and deregulation.

“Under the terms of the ‘bailout’, Greece is ‘up for sale’. From the national lottery to the port of Pireaus to swathes of Corfu, corporations are scrambling to get a piece of the action.

“The package declares war on all who stand to lose: workers, small businesses and farmers. Gone will be laws protecting small business ownership, collective bargaining, the minimum wage, and help for farmers. The reforms are so specific that the EU is writing regulation on bread measurement and milk expiry dates.

“No doubt Greece’s economy needs reform. That’s what Syriza was elected to undertake. But what is being imposed is the establishment and micromanagement of radical 'free market' economics, far more extreme than exist in many of Greece's 'creditor' countries. This is not a solution to Greece’s debt crisis, but a solution to the profits of European capital.”

Who Built the Pyramids?

It stands to all logical reason that untrue assumptions are being taught in our schools across the world about the awe-inspiring topic of who built the Pyramids of Egypt, China, Japan and South America.

The objective of this article is to drill down the objective facts in layman’s terms and offer a more credible and realistic counter theory.

In simple bullet point terms here are the rather incredible basic facts:
  • The Grand Pyramid of Giza is made of 2,300,000 stones. 
  • It stands at 481 feet in altitude. 
  • The base encompasses a staggering 13 square acres.
From an aerial survey perspective there is only a ¼ inch margin of error from the centre of the top of the Grand Pyramid of Giza to the centre of its base. Yet there are 2,300,000 stones. This is an outrageous level of accuracy we cannot dream of with the level of technology we have today. Telescopes of today are not even that accurate, so whoever built the Pyramids were most likely not of this world!

The time to build calculation
The number of stones used to build the Pyramids of Egypt divided by 20 years, means that the Egyptians of the time needed to work 7 days a week, 10 hours per day for 365 days a year. Yet it was recorded that farmers of the time were only able to build the Pyramids during the flood of the Nile for 3 months in the year. This translates to one rock of 2 to 40 tons in weight had to be accurately placed every 2 seconds. Such a reality presents no human logic and again suggests that the builders were possibly not human.

Despite all the logical hard evidence, we are expected to believe the following:
  • Archaeologists with PhD’s claim that the Pyramids were built by a civilization working only with Copper Tools. The most fundamental axiom of Archeology is to decode, so what happened to these values? 
  • The Pyramids were built by Egyptians even though it would not be possible with current levels of engineering, even with a budget of billions of dollars. 
  • The Pyramids were Tombs, even though not a single Mummy was found inside. 
  • The stones on average of 2 tons to 40 tons (just Kings Chamber possesses 100 slabs of 40 ton pink Granite at a 135 feet elevation) were rolled on logs made from trees. Yet 135,000 people still cannot achieve such a task. 
  • The logs came from trees in Europe: How did they manage to export such volumes of trees, as literally millions of logs would have been needed?
Interestingly there are over 1 million Hieroglyphs on walls in the chambers. Yet not one wall to our knowledge even mentions or suggests that the Egyptians built the Pyramids. Imagine for a second that the Egyptians depicted graphics stories of their lives from living to cooking, making love and ceremonies yet not a single mention about building the greatest structures of our planet! Moreover, no ancient Egyptian text states that the Egyptians built the Pyramids.

So who built the Pyramids?
No-one alive today truly knows this great mystery and all we have are theories, however if we read and respect the text that many Ancient cultures left us, the Sun Gods may well lead to the answer. Certainly the construction of the Pyramids were not designed, constructed and completed by man.

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