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Time Is Running Out As The ECB Prepares To Steal Greek Bank Deposits

Today the man who first predicted Greek bank deposits would be stolen just issued a warning about the crisis in Greece that is threatening the global financial system.  He also warns that time is has just about run out to solve the crisis.

James Turk:  "Everybody is playing hardball in Greece, Eric. The standoff between the Greek government and its creditors has reached crisis levels. All we can do now is wait to see who will blink first. The Greek government has acknowledged that it has nearly run out of money….

Continue reading the James Turk interview click here…


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Reader Comments (2)

If the EU wants Greece to stay in the painful ,but easiest way to solve this is just to write off the debt rather than increasing it with further loans . I doubt this will happen

April 19, 2015 | Unregistered Commentersilver bug

The debt might be delayed or given a holiday as a Grexit might trigger the breakup of the EU.

April 19, 2015 | Registered CommenterSilver Prices

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