It seems unbelievable, but all the insider reactions to it point to the same conclusion: In their self-inflicted desperation they swallowed it hook, line and sinker - they did it, the plagiarised an indymedia comment with an analysis of events since the last euro crisis summit only a couple of weeks ago posted at this site just in time with the most recent one. It goes without saying that this statement is not advantageous for them. They stole the content and distorted it, they plagiarised the analysis and inverted any conclusion they did not like, they changed it just enough it was not obvious. This is not only a known pattern of repression from the climate struggle but also an extraordinarily stupid tactic, even more so when done in public, and can only be explained from the fact that plagiarism - especially when committed out of a monopoly of power position - is a compulsory addictive behaviour. Maybe they were so out of touch that comments on websites were all they could get from me this month? That would prove that becoming invisible to surveillance apparatuses is worth more than a thousand welfare cheques, even when I hardly can afford it and poverty is well known to make you quite vulnerable.
Just let the comment which gave origin to the "economic government" proposal two days ago speak for itself: "Banks are quite bad, but regimes are downright evil"
"It is not just the banks that are failing, it is the regimes which have tried a silent coup against the banks and are now failing desperately. Since the Norway massacre, which might have been triggered by this irresponsible action, the regimes were able to silence the opposition of the banks against their failing policies, but they could not provide each other with further bailout packages. With falling approval ratings, they had to make the banks do that by buying government bonds of failing states. Now this manipulation is turning harshly against them, as the banks are suggesting to do it for the entire eurozone, and in pushing the speed of economic integration are affecting the capacities of certain European regimes to deflect the crisis to the periphery. The banks could not afford to stand against the secret police hegemony of the regimes - that would require spirit, and all they have is money. Yet having surrendered they are of no use to them either, but rather a force that quickly erodes the current hierarchy of regimes in Europe, and Pyrrhic victory is turning into Napoleonic defeat. The financial crisis is now reaching at the throats of the gestapo agents masquerading as career politicians in Berlin, and once again as a result of nothing but their own ruthlessness and greed."
Is there anything else to add? Maybe a question: What would you accept as a proof - short of a leak of the documents through which this analysis was forwarded to these regimes when the British secret police beleaguering this site first picked it up, respectively the creation of the institutional transparency required to exclude that such a thing could be the case? And maybe one simple financial fact I have mentioned many times before: When the worth of a portfolio is being calculated according to the value of its ingredients at the time of their actual purchase or sale, rather than their current projected market prices, any economy can be without bubbles and bursts and central planning. But instead of solving the imminent problems of the markets these regimes only want to exert ever more control and continue their shadow economy of war even when it ruins the populations. This is not only the source of their power but can also be the root cause of their demise. May they rest on the ash heap of history as their totalitarian plagiarism deserves.
m. e. again