Max Keiser in Greece reporting on the reasons for the riots
Jun 17, 2011
Alex Jones interviews Max Keiser, who in turn has interviewed bankers and lawyers. Of particular interest is that he personally talked with Steve Forbes whose father founded Forbes Magazine. Mr. Forbes told him that he and other banksters were in Athens to buy up Greek assets for pennies on the dollar, including the airport, lottery, and other government assets.
It appears that these bankers actually WANT a default. It is their way of foreclosing on government assets. By the way, they also end up foreclosing on the government itself. They call it "privatization," but it is actually the takeover of governments by private bankers. These rich and powerful men are not content with owning assets--they want to own governments.