Passivity in the US with Rebellion in Greece

Tens of thousands outside The Greek parliament in Athens demand that the capitalists suffer the ‘austerity’, and not the working class. Meanwhile in the US, the day after the pathetic ‘win’ by the Democratic Party over their Republican Party co-callaborators FOR the capitalist class, the American public remains pacified. Angry, but still totally pacified none the less. After all, most Americans still support a dictatorship of the Big Business community over themselves, the common people. (For events in Greece see Some 100,000 protesters – some chanting "Fight! They're drinking our blood!" – have crammed the centre of Athens.)

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1 Response to Passivity in the US with Rebellion in Greece

  1. Avatar Tony Logan says:

    The Greek people have a rotten government that just barely passed the austerity measures but the fight will continue there in days ahead-

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