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Jane Burgermeister - will we have war in Europe?

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Uploaded on Jul 25, 2010

Will nationalism, ethnic tension and war return to Europe as just predicted by trends expert Gerald Celente?
The deepening economic depression, the rearmament of countries like Greece and the move to abolish conscription and introduce professional armies are helping to create the perfect storm.
Conscripts are usually limited by Constitutions to serving on their home territory, but professional soldiers can be sent to any part of the world, allowing the escalation of wars and even another world war three.
In spite of the fact that the majority of Europeans and Americans rejected the swine flu vaccine over safety concerns, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and governments seem to be planning to increase use of new flu vaccines and are also warning of yet another "pandemic".
An authoritarian government crackdown is hitting the internet first.
The internet has helped spread information about the false flag 9/11 operation, the hyped swine flu pandemic, the Gulf "voilcano" as well as the bank-engineered economic collapse and the plans of the Bilderberg "elite" for a world war three.
Outfits like Mediapart have played a key role in informing the French about the way L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettancourt made cash payments to politicians, including President Nicolas Sarkozy.
Websites like Infowars have produced powerful documentaries such as "The Obama Deception."
The internet is forcing the mainstream media to update its news agenda.
For the first time ever, the mainstream corporate media covered the Bilderberg meeting in Spain this June. The Times, The Guardian, Bild, Spiegel were just some of the newspapers that turned the spotlight on the shadowy meeting where the corporate and banking fixers give instructions to their political minions.
But now the backlash has begun. Infowars is being censored in Greece. 73,000 blogs in the USA were shut down in July. Bills, decrees and executive orders to switch off the internet under the pretext of a cybersecurity threat are looming over us.
Bloggers like Jane Burgermeister are also being harrassed by the Austrian government. She has been summoned her to attend a court session on August 12th 2010 that could see her stripped of all her rights on the grounds she is a "conspiracy theorist" without any proof and a danger to her own financial assets and those she is due to inherit.
She was able to get hold of the court order, saw the spurious grounds, and has filed crminal charges, documenting that this is an attempt to misuse the law to silence her. (see her blog birdflu666)
She is now planning to sue the Republic of Austria.
But she is not the only blogger being harassed.
As the economy tanks, governments and banks know that social upheaval is coming.
They know that if people find out the truth about the artificial nature of the crises that are making their lives so miserable, there will be demands for accountability.
The coming months in Europe are sure to be turbulent. Spreading accurate information is more vital than ever.

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