Richard Grove | 19.03.2010 13:27
Europe´s elites fear unrest in Greece this summer. Rumours about use of EU-special force DENGFOR. This Saturday, 20th March in Essen, city in Germany: protest march against cuts in health care and social benefits, at 12 noon. Athens, same day, same time rally in memory of Lambros Foundas
Europe´s elites fear unrest in Greece this summer. Rumors about use of EU-special force DENGFOR. This Saturday, 20th March in Essen, city in Germany: protest march against cuts in health care and social benefits, at 12 noon. Athens, same day, same time rally in memory of Lambros Foundas.
Fear of social unrest
Europe´s elites, neocon think tanks and culturalist rightwingers seem to prepare for unrest in Greece this summer. They even talk about sending the European special forces brigade Eurodengfor. Eurodengfor ist stationed in Italy. It is legitimized by the EEC to occupy any member country and crush civil unrest with extra legal measures.
The Swiss army chief gave a public talk on the crisis and preparations. He speaks of preparing for masses of refugees fleeing Greece in case of unrest
Just google "EURODENGFOR" and "unrest" in "blogs" and "news" to find out. The rumours don´t seem to be unfounded, British security experts assume there could be unrest in Greece when the cuts beginn to "bite" in summer.
"The Greek Laboratory"
Greece is regarded as the testing ground for the capitalists of Europe to see how people react to massive cuts in wages and social security, to the suspension of civil rights.
20 March: Rallies in Athens and Essen, Germany
In Athens this Saturday there will be a memorial gathering for Lambros Foundas at 12 o clock.
In Germany the same day and time left groups, trade unions and antifascists plan a important march and rally in Essen/ Ruhr in Germany. The protest will be huge and massive. It is directed against the effects of the crisis of capitalism, the bailing out of bankers, which the poor and workers in Germany are told to pay for. Cuts are expected in social security and health.
"We don´t pay for your Crisis - Make the bosses pay! International Solidarity of workers"
The rally in Essen will be a "first round" of more protests to come, culminating in a national demonstration 12th June in Berlin.