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We see increased activity in protesting austerity measures around the world. The protests will not only become more prevalent but also more violent. (NEWS proof) These protesters will begin targeting transportation; slowing down or stopping transportation in or out of a city, crippling public transportation and shutting down airports. People will continue protesting against forced austerity programs until the government caves in and listens to them. Governments however will start to fight back, not just with riot police on the streets, but punishing the protesters.
Governments will get companies to fire people who take time off to protest and then they won’t have any job. (NEWS proof) The governments keep pouring more money into their flawed systems – bailing out the banks and large corporations. The stress tests in Europe said the banks were just fine, so why do they need bailouts now? Some bailouts are costing 30% or more of the economy in some countries and there are more failed banks to come in Europe. These protests that America is watching happen in Europe will soon be happening in the U.S. People without jobs and without benefits will have plenty of time to protest. If people get hurt protesting in the streets of America they will find other ways to protest to hurt the government. One strategy will be to stop spending money altogether until the economy comes to a crawl and the government starts to listen. More and more governments around the world are acting just like they did in feudal times. They are taxing the people who can least afford it to pay for all their spending programs and bailouts and now they are taking their land. We say that if you took all the billions of dollars that are being spent to bail out banks and put it instead into building up manufacturing and jobs that this would be a better use of the money and certainly more helpful to a stagnant economy.
QUESTION: Where will most of these transportation protests occur in the world?
ANSWER: (NEWS proof) Most will be in the European Union as people bring down the public transportation in and out of the city. People will not be able to get to work or be able to get home if they got into work. The chaos will cause the government to shut down the airports, as people traveling to those cities won’t be able to go anywhere once they arrive.
QUESTION: When will this start to happen?
ANSWER: You will see this increasing between now and the end of the year.
QUESTION: Why are governments choosing to take the position of acting more like the futile times?
ANSWER: In feudal times, the King would just increase taxes of all kinds in order to pay for his whimsical spending and wars. Next, they would take people’s land on which food was grown. Today they are spending money to save banks and taking people’s houses.
QUESTION: It sounds like society worldwide is about to come unglued. Please comment?
ANSWER: People are getting fed up with the governments doing the same things that aren’t working. The countries that are in the worst positions need to fix the job market. Fixing jobs will allow everything else, including increased spending, to happen and the economy will get healthier. If a few banks and large corporations go bankrupt or become insolvent that’s okay.
QUESTION: How will people stop spending?
ANSWER: People will only buy the bare necessities they need like food and gasoline. Everybody can also barter and trade for what they need. They do not have to spend money.
QUESTION: Recap the most important points in your message today?
ANSWER: Our message is that protests will grow, not only in Europe but in the U.S. also.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because people now have time and the motivation to protest.
QUESTION: Tell our readership the best way to apply this information to their life right now?
ANSWER: Try imagining a life where you will never be able to retire and also will be taxed more on a smaller income and many of the government support programs you counted on won’t be there. Now do you feel like protesting?
COMMENTARY: Protesters in Europe and soon the U.S. will take action that will force their governments to listen to them. People are fed up with the poor management of their countries and the corruption of the banks. There seems to be no other way to get the attention of these governments except to stop contributing to the system. The bottom line is that people really do vote every day with the way they spend their money and that will be the people’s final protest. This could also be what gives us our community back and shows us that we really didn’t need all that stuff.