Lars Schall is a German journalist interviews Max Keiser in Paris France , Max Keiser says that we should decapitate the Greek bankers , there is a global insurrection against the bankers , in Greece I saw the front line of the battle says Max Keiser the front line between metal and paper between savers and speculators , the Greek people are being disenfranchised by the paper terrorists and their savings are being destroyed and their wages are being destroyed and they're being subjected to austerity measures from the paper terrorists now they are fighting back , the Greek police are beating up the Greek citizens on behalf of the international banksters . The disease that we saw in central America South America of the IMF and other banksters using paper terrorist weapons to bankrupt societies has gone into western Europe , but the western Europeans especially in France have a history of decapitating paper terrorists , this is why GOD invented the guillotine to take care of this problem when it rears its ugly head , this is the ultimately the end game for the paper pushers , there is a cemetery not far from here with many bankers who were buried but not with their heads
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