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The Hungarian Economic Ministry announced that it has, thanks to a “disciplined budget policy,” repaid on August 12, 2013, the remaining €2.2B owed to the IMF—well before the March 2014 due date.

With Hungary now free from the shackles of servitude to debt slavers, it is no wonder that the president of the Hungarian central bank, operated by the government for the public welfare and not private enrichment, has demanded that the IMF close its offices in that ancient European land. In addition, the state attorney general, echoing Iceland’s efforts, has brought charges against the last three previous prime ministers because of the criminal amount of debt into which they plunged the nation.

http://politicalvelcraft.org/2013/08/28/hungary-orders-rothschilds-imf-to-vacate-the-country-now-issuing-debt-free-money/

I love the idea of criminal charges against Brown and Blair B)

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You really read sites like that? Your mind must be a sewer. :D

Having just had a look (I got the link from elsewhere) it doesn't sound too unfamiliar to somewhere else I could name. Top story on home page:

What Happens To Our Body After Drinking Coca-Cola & To Those Murdered Making It.

After 10 minutes: Ten tea spoons of sugar contained in a glass of Cola, cause devastating “strike” on the organism and the only cause, by reason of not vomiting, is the phosphoric acid which inhibits the action of sugar.

After 20 minutes: A leap of insulin levels in bloodstream occurs. The liver converts all the sugar into fat.

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How much is a 'criminal amount' of debt?

Any amount debt forced upon an individual without their permission should be considered a crime - it's a form of slavery otherwise. Only the state gets away with committing such a crime with impunity though.

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How much is a 'criminal amount' of debt?

Any amount debt forced upon an individual without their permission should be considered a crime - it's a form of slavery otherwise. Only the state gets away with committing such a crime with impunity though.

..this amount....

New Chief Secretary to the Treasury David Laws has revealed his predecessor left him a note reading: "I'm afraid there is no money."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/8688470.stm

..as reported by our own Pravda.... :rolleyes:

Edited by South Lorne

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I spend most of my time in Hungary and there have certainly been some visible cuts in public services of a kind which simply would not be tolerated in the UK. For example, quite a few state schools (good ones too) were closed down and the pupils farmed out to other schools. Can you imagine that in the UK? Closing schools!! Benefits here are also pretty much minimal - enough to keep you off the streets but not much more. Can't imagine that in Treasure Island either.... <_<

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I spend most of my time in Hungary and there have certainly been some visible cuts in public services of a kind which simply would not be tolerated in the UK. For example, quite a few state schools (good ones too) were closed down and the pupils farmed out to other schools. Can you imagine that in the UK? Closing schools!! Benefits here are also pretty much minimal - enough to keep you off the streets but not much more. Can't imagine that in Treasure Island either.... <_<

Opposite my apartment in Budapest is a new hospital (sport korhaz)... they built it... then canned it! Its been lying empty for the last 6-7 years now. But still, all the tramways are being renovated and the "essentials" being taken care of... if only they didn't cancel the refurbishment of the train stations... they look hideous. My old primary school is one of the old "good schools" which seem to have disappeared sadly :( Perhaps because the "voters" in XII district are not MSZP "hungarian socialist party" material...).

Saying all that... Hungary is still a country with VERY low crime, good social cohesion, low cost of living, and a trade SURPLUS.... but because they don't have a "reserve currency" they don't have much "casino money" to throw around.

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Opposite my apartment in Budapest is a new hospital (sport korhaz)... they built it... then canned it! Its been lying empty for the last 6-7 years now. But still, all the tramways are being renovated and the "essentials" being taken care of... if only they didn't cancel the refurbishment of the train stations... they look hideous. My old primary school is one of the old "good schools" which seem to have disappeared sadly :( Perhaps because the "voters" in XII district are not MSZP "hungarian socialist party" material...).

Saying all that... Hungary is still a country with VERY low crime, good social cohesion, low cost of living, and a trade SURPLUS.... but because they don't have a "reserve currency" they don't have much "casino money" to throw around.

Yes. In nearly three years of living in Bp, I have only witnessed two incidents of 'anti social behaviour' anywhere. One was some gypsy children larking about on a tram - nothing really by UK standards, but everybody chimed in to stop them and the driver came out and clipped one of their ears - imagine that in the UK! The other was a drunk on a bus who was mouthing off until a gentleman came up and told him to shut up or get bashed. That would be the precursor to another 'tragic stabbing' case in the UK.

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How much is a 'criminal amount' of debt?

Any amount debt forced upon an individual without their permission should be considered a crime - it's a form of slavery otherwise. Only the state gets away with committing such a crime with impunity though.

It helps when that individual isn't born yet. Brown considered that social justice today was worth shafting future generations for. And we are worth it.

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