Severe punishment

States which are under the control of capital will react.

They will isolate the renegade of "the established order".
His disobedience is something very serious and must be
punished in an exemplary fashion. The evil must be uprooted.
Imagine if this would become the thing and all over-indebted
countries one after the other would do the same.

We would have a total overthrow
of the world order!

That's why the offender should
suffer very severe penalties.

As a first measure other countries
should stop trade with them.

In the time of Solon a city-state
could be almost self-sufficient.

Today a country, even the largest,
needs the cooperation of others in order
to maintain its standard of living.

If the embargo is not sufficient

to bring the rebel to his knees,
the capital owners may even
consider war.

They may not have swords and rifles

themselves, but their vassals do.

They will be asked to bring the rebels

to their senses.

And this could cost the lives not only

of many of its inhabitants, but
of the rebel country itself.

Therefore, if a country wants to embark on this,
it should think very well in advance
and above all be well prepared.

It needs to find other countries

which can be persuaded, if not to join
in the rebellion, at least to assist when
the embargo or even the war begins.

This attempt, however, to build alliances
could prove to be much easier
than you might think.

This famed globalization,

which in reality is nothing other
than the subjugation of all countries
under the sceptre of capital, could
prove to be the appropriate ground
for the growth of resistance.

If a slave revolts, his end is well known.
If many slaves revolt, this could mean
the end of slavery.

Perhaps it wouldn't be so difficult

to find in all countries (since they are all
subjugated by the same lords) honest
people who would wish for a change, but
don't dare to do anything, because they
believe they are alone.

Is perhaps what the reasonable honest patriots,
say of the Greek parliament, wish for the same
as what the members of the German, French
and the Italian parliament want too?

Isn't the desire to free themselves
from the yoke of debt and the capital owners
common to all righteous people?

Maybe every country would be willing to do something
for its liberty if it wasn't afraid to stand alone?

Perhaps there should be an attempt,
to bring all these honest people into
contact with each other?

And finally,

perhaps this attempt to establish contact
between the delegates would be much
easier, if it is about countries which already
belong to a group, however loose, such
as the European Union?

If such arguments can convince honest people,
there is perhaps still some hope.



I apologise, I'm getting carried away.
It would be far too good to be true.

Tell me please honestly, what percentage
of success do you give this hope?

Do you really believe
that it could be realized?

If it is so,

why haven't we heard this proposal before now
from any representative of any parliament either
in Europe or in the other heavily indebted countries?

Let's drop the whole thing.

Let's not delude ourselves with false
hopes that will not be realized.

Do not worry.

The countries will ensure that the
capital owners won't lose their profits.

They will borrow more money from those same
people and will immediately give it back to them.
And simultaneously they will scrape together all
the money they can, and give it to the private lenders.

To this purpose, they will wring
more and more from their citizens.

That is to say, from the "little fish" which can be
caught in the net of the Tax Office, because you
can't catch the big ones. They have long since
torn the net and swum away.

The world is governed by capital
and must obey its orders blindly.

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