Greek Town Implements Revolutionary Barter System Without Euro

Greece continues along a path toward self-sufficiency that could very well see them break free from their debt servitude.

In the wake of their pillaging by international financiers, Greeks who have realized that protesting is likely to bring little relief have begun to implement barter systems to meet their local community needs.  Through a combination of decentralization from the Euro, free markets, local cooperation, and the creation of a new currency based on productivity, markets like the one below in Volos are leading the charge to a restoration of the principles that build truly sustainable economies.

This is an encouraging sign, and one that is replicating throughout austerity-ridden economies the world over.  International currencies are increasingly being rejected in the face of reduced living standards through inflation and outright theft by global banksters.

Americans would do well to learn from the truly revolutionary actions taken by individuals in deliberately collapsed countries, because if global (mis)managers have their way, a similar scenario is guaranteed to unfold in the United States.

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5 Responses to "Greek Town Implements Revolutionary Barter System Without Euro"

  1. Sergeii Morgatskii  April 24, 2012 at 8:23 pm

    I invented a system for a long time. but did not realize it. Well done.

  2. shlack dorkim  April 24, 2012 at 9:53 pm

    A very good by the Greeks. Finally some people in this fucked upped world have released that money are currency are the real enemy of the people. Good job i salute your effort and hope you will live a better life now.

  3. Annie Fabry  April 25, 2012 at 5:21 am

    Bravoooo!!!! Very proud of you VOLOS!!! I live in Australia now, was born in Egypt(Alexandria)of Italian and Greek ancestors, from Crete and Mitelene ( great grandparents)in Australia since 1957!
    Keep up the strong battling spirit!
    God bless you and help you. Philia` pola`xxxx
    From Annie :)


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