Jan 14

Blizzard and extreme cold warnings for Canada:

Black Sea Freezes For First Time in 62 Years – Video

Britain to freeze for another week:

Severe weather warnings across England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland for high winds, snow and ice. 

Record lows in Canada:

Some record lows set in the Canadian Maritimes.

California freeway closed for two days due to snow

Greek farmers announce nationwide road blocks:

To force compensation for large losses from frost and snow damage

Colorado ski resort closes – Too much snow

Humanitarian crisis evolving in Greece

Snow hell coming to UK

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Jan 04

November Asylum Applications in Greece Exceeds 2015 Monthly Average by 600%:

Greek Asylum Service received 7,625 asylum applications last month compared to an average of 1,100 per month in 2015, according to local media.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The number of asylum applications submitted in Greece in November exceeded the 2015 monthly average figure by 593 percent, local media reported Thursday, citing the Greek Asylum Service.
According to the Ehathemirini newspaper, the service received 7,625 asylum applications last month compared to an average of 1,100 per month in 2015. Continue reading »

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Jan 03

In 7th Year Of Austerity, Greek Hospitals Have Become “Danger Zones”:

It is not a secret and it is not new that public hospitals in Greece collapsed. As Keep TalkingGreece.com notes, the first budget cuts imposed with the first bailout agreement affected the public health. Seven years later, the situation goes from bad to worse in fast speed. The austerity freezing of hiring (1:7) ended up in severe shortages in medical and paramedical personnel. The sharp expenditure cuts deprive hospitals of spare parts and essential material. KTG reported many times in the past about the situation in Greece’s hospitals, the deficiencies in personnel and material, incl bed sheets, the never ending bureaucracy.

Now doctors and workers at the public hospitals mention a new phenomenon: the increasing risk of death due to inner-hospital infections.

Speaking to UK’s Guardian about the Greek public health meltdown, doctors and personnel say that hospitals have become “danger zones”. Continue reading »

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Dec 16

Europe “Infuriated” By Greek Decision To Give Impoverished Pensioners A Christmas Bonus:

On Wednesday, Greek yields surged when it emerged that diplomatic relations between Greece and the Eurogroup had broken down once again, after European finance ministers suspended negotiations over granting short-term debt relief to Greece as a result of pledges by embattled Greek PM Tsipras unexpectedly said he would grant low-income pensioners a pre-Christmas payoff by spending €600 million to the nation’s 1 million low-income pensioners, to replace a Christmas bonus scrapped by the Greek bailout supervisors. Continue reading »

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Dec 16

Lawyer Confirms Maria L. Murder Suspect Was Convicted of Attempted Murder in Greece:

A Greek lawyer has identified the suspected murderer of Maria L. as having been in Greece in 2013 and confirmed that the man had claimed to have been between 16 and 17 at the time.

Greek lawyer Maria-Eleni Nikolopoulou has confirmed the allegations made by two asylum seekers who told German press that the murderer of Maria Ladenburger had been convicted of attempted murder in Greece in 2014, reports Donau Kurier.

In 2013, Afghan migrant Hussein K. attempted to rob a woman and then threw her from a cliff on the coast of the island of Corfu. During the trial, which took place in 2014, Hussein K. said that he was 17; two years later, after being arrested for the murder of Maria Ladenburger, he is claiming again that he is still 17 years old. Continue reading »

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Dec 11

Migrant Opened Fire on Police During Routine Check Before Shooting Self:

A migrant stopped for a routine check by police in Athens opened fire on officers, wounding one before apparently turning the gun on himself.

The man was questioned by a motorcycle patrol, who asked to see his papers. Instead he opened fire, striking one officer in the shoulder before fleeing as the officers returned fire.

He was found dead a short while later with a gunshot wound to the head, which was reportedly self inflicted, the Daily Mail has reported.

Athens Police have refused to reveal whether he was fatally wounded by the police officers’ returning fire. Continue reading »

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Dec 11


Turkey Accused of ‘Dissolving’ Camps as Migrants Flood Greece:

Hundreds of migrants arriving on the Greek island of Lesbos have claimed that they came from a “dissolved” migrant camp in north-west Turkey, and Greek port authorities allege the Turkish coastguard that monitors the Aegean Sea border has “disappeared”.

On Friday 200 migrants, mostly originating from Africa, travelled across the Aegean Sea and landed on the eastern Greek island of Lesbos. In addition, the European Union (EU) border agency Frontex picked up 66 migrants off the coast of Chios. On Saturday morning, a further 330 arrived on the both islands. Continue reading »

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Dec 11

EU To Allow Countries To Start Returning Migrants To Greece In March:

European member states will be able to return migrants to Greece from mid-March 2017, the European Commission has announced, in a bid to unpick recent changes to the bloc’s migration rules.

Under European Union (EU) rules, the first country of entry is responsible for processing the asylum claims of migrants arriving within its borders. But unable to cope with the scale of the migrant crisis last year, Greece simply allowed migrants to pass through.

As more than a million migrants swept northwards internal borders were rapidly closed, effectively trapping the later arrivals in Greece.

The Greek islands are already struggling to accommodate twice as many migrants as they have the capacity for, leading to human rights agencies to warn that the country will not to be able to cope with returnees. Continue reading »

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Dec 08

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Here is the censored article:

Accusations Of Treason In The Greek Parliament Against Bilderberg PM Papandreou

In my commentary to the above article I wrote:


Greek Central Bank Accused of Encouraging Naked Short Selling of Greek Bonds (Financial Times)

And remember that the biggest Greek CDS speculator has been the state-controlled Hellenic Post Bank with help from (Yes, you’ve guessed it!) Goldman Sachs:

State-controlled Hellenic Post Bank (TT) bet against Greece (Kathimerini)

Fragwürdige Finanzgeschäfte Griechen wetten auf eigene Pleite (Sueddeutsche Zeitung)

The state-controlled Hellenic Post Bank was betting on Greece going bankrupt!

What will happen if Greece defaults:

Here Is What Happens After Greece Defaults


Former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury Dr. Paul Craig Roberts: Revolution is the Only Answer (For Greece, Ireland etc.)

So who could possibly ‘dislike’ such an article?

On a side note:

Alexa Rank:

Infinite Unknown had a global Alexa Rank of  just above 100,000 (for a while) and even below that (quite a while ago).

A webmaster told me (when it became apparent that the numbers were dropping fast) that Alexa had changed its rating methods, which in his opinion clearly disfavors websites like I.U.

You can look up I.U.’s global ranking here:


The only way we can make up for all this censorship coming our way is if readers would start hitting that social media buttons like crazy.

Maybe that would also bring more attention to the website, which could possibly result in more financial support for my work, which is much, much needed.

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Dec 07


Turkey poised to send 3,000 refugees to Greece every day, intelligence officials warn:

Thousands of dinghies and motorboats are reported to have amassed along the Turkish coast

And there is a seer who has foreseen (the migrant crisis) and war between Turkey and Greece, just before Turkey is getting destroyed by Russia.

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Dec 05

Masonic signs of recognition:

Hand necktie/neck sign edition (sign of distress) …

(They are all making many other masonic hand signs as well, so this can NOT be seen as a coincidence.)


Democratic presidential hopeful U.S. Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., pretends to choke after drinking lemonade he bought from a stand before speaking at a potluck picnic, Saturday, June 16, 2007, in Webster City, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Putin


Great Timing Award: Wolfgang Schäuble Says “Greece Must Reform Or Leave Eurozone”:

On the same day Matteo Renzi suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of alleged “populists” in Italy, German finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble ruled out debt relief for Greece ahead of a eurozone finance minister meeting.


Schäuble says Greece Must Reform or Leave Eurozone.

Greece must implement economic reforms if it is to keep its place in the eurozone, Germany’s finance minister has insisted, ruling out debt relief for the country ahead of a crucial euro group meeting on Monday. Continue reading »

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Nov 28

Greece Is Not India? Hellenic Banks Plan “Tax On Cash Withdrawals” To Combat Black Economy:

Greek banks have proposed a series of measures to combat tax evasion, strengthen the electronic transactions and limit the use of cash in the economy, and as KeepTalkingGreece.com reports, one of the measures proposed is a special tax on cash withdrawals.

 Bankers reportedly stress that cash money can easily and largely be channeled in the black economy. Therefore, a tax on cash withdrawals will drastically reduce cash transactions and by extension the black economy. Continue reading »

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Nov 24

Border Staff Flee Greek Island After Migrants Riot:

European border officials are being pulled out of Greek islands over concerns for their safety, following a spate of riots and violence by migrants.

Since March, migrants arriving on the Greek islands have been prevented from moving on to the mainland as the European Union (EU) hopes to return at least some of them to Turkey.

But due to growing frustrated at the delay, the migrants have taken to burning down their accommodation and rioting, the Daily Mail has reported.

As a result, Belgium has taken the decision to withdraw its staff from the islands, fearing for their safety. Continue reading »

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Nov 21


Related info:

Serving TPTB Great Again: Trump Meets with Henry Kissinger: ‘I Have Tremendous Respect’ for Him

– Trump and Clinton are both Rothschild puppets.

Nov 20, 2016

H/t reader squodgy:

“Oh Dear!
What will happen to all those with their noses in the trough?
Will we ever be able to dismantle the Parkinson’s Law of bureaucracy?
Will we get our lives back?
Will we be able to make decisions again for ourselves, based on logic & reason?

No effing chance, they’ll just replace it all with Martial Law…..in our interests!!”

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Nov 18

VIDEO: Migrant Camp Attacked in Greece:

(REUTERS) – Tensions were high on the Greek island of Chios on Friday after unknown individuals hurled rocks and petrol bombs at a makeshift camp for refugees and migrants, setting facilities on fire, police sources and aid organisations said.

Video footage showed people struggling to put out the flames with blankets. Women and children were evacuated and camped outside a tavern in an incident which erupted overnight Thursday.

It was the second night running of incidents at the facility, a makeshift camp run by the local municipality of the Aegean island. There were incidents on Wednesday when individuals let off fireworks from the camp and outsiders threw stones into the camp.

“Both incidents together have destroyed the places to sleep for some 100 men women and children. Today there was a third incident where …. stones were thrown and one Syrian man was seriously injured to his head and had to be hospitalised,” said Roland Schoenbauer, spokesman for UNHCR Greece. Continue reading »

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Nov 18

PICTURES: ‘Obama Go Home’: President Sparks Riots on European Farewell Tour

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Nov 10

Anarchists Storm US Consulate, Protest Obama’s Visit To Greece:

Anarchists entered the US Consulate in Thessaloniki, Northern Greece and threw flyers opposing the upcoming visit of Barack Obama to Greece. As KeepTalkingGreece.com reports, a group of some 15 people reportedly entered the building where the Consulate is located on the 7th floor on Tuesday morning. They chanted slogans, threw flyers in the corridors and attempted to open banners.

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Nov 06

Meanwhile, In Greece…:

Following the inauguration of Golden Dawn offices in Xanthi overnight, an anti-fascist rally marched through the streets of the North-Eastern Greek town to protest the right-wing extremists. However, once the rally was over the situation rapidly got out of control as a 300-strong group wearing gas masks and helmets broke police cordons and police and rioters exchanged tear gas and molotov cocktails.

Via KeepTalkingGreece.com,

The situation got out of control and they started to hurl molotov cocktail bombs at the policemen. They answered with teargas.

The group moved through the streets of center of the town hurling fire bombs.


Eurobank ATM, damaged bank branch

They set garbage bins and chairs and tables of cafes on fire. Continue reading »

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Nov 01

Greek Teacher Dismissed After Being “Absent” From School For… 8 Years!:

The first five layoffs of educators has occurred after Greece’s crackdown on those “not fulfilling their duties.” As KTG reports, the five people (four teachers and one university professor) were found to be absent from the education institutions without excuse and for a long period of time, but they were receiving their salary month in, month out.

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Oct 31

Tired of Waiting in Greece, Syrians Bid to Return Home:

(AFP) – “I want to go back to Syria. There is war in my country, but we’ve been living for seven months in Greece like prisoners.”

Adan, from Aleppo, has abandoned his dream of building a new life in Europe, like thousands of other Syrians trapped in Greece.

He’s just arrived at the station in Didymoteicho, a village near the Greece-Turkey border, with his wife, three children and five other relatives, and is preparing to go through a police checkpoint before trying to get into Turkey, the start of a long journey home. Continue reading »

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Oct 23

#Podesta emails: Bill Clinton & Obama worked to influence EU’s Greece austerity deal

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Oct 20

It is not a secret that under the bailout agreements, Greece’s self-employed are charged with higher taxes and social security contributions each and every year. As KeepTalkingGreece.com details, many, especially from northern Greece,  have moved their business basis to neighboring Bulgaria for obvious reasons: 10% tax instead of 29%, low social security contributions, incentives. There is talk that 60,000 businesses have moved in the last seven years of austerity.

No wonder that self-employed and freelancers complain about taxation, contributions and cut pensions, no wonder they are furious about the social security contributions hikes that come with the new year.

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Oct 18


Migrants Riot in Greece after Woman and Child Killed by Car:

THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) — Greek police say migrants living in a camp outside the northern city of Thessaloniki have rioted after a woman and her son were struck and killed by a car.

The riot started Sunday night after an ambulance was late to arrive. Camp residents claimed that they asked police to take the 35-year-old Kurdish Syrian woman and her 10-year-old son to a hospital in a patrol car and they refused.

Migrants blocked the road outside the camp, threw rocks at the police and set fire to two patrol cars. Police responded with tear gas and stun grenades. Migrants also set fire to trash cans as a defense against tear gas. Calm has returned to the camp, which hosts about 1,300 migrants.

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Oct 14



In this episode of Newsbud Roundtable, Sibel Edmonds, James Corbett, and Professor Filip Kovacevic join Spiro Skouras to discuss what is being called the ‘worst humanitarian crisis’ of our time. Our team takes a peek behind the curtain to find the root causes for why and how millions of people are migrating from war torn countries, and who benefits. We also examine the history and context of synthetically-created refugee crises since 1951. Join this highly stimulating discussion, and bring in your thoughts and responses with your comments.

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Oct 13

EU Exit “Only Way Out” From Greece’s “Occupying Force” Of Refugees:

  • “Allah requires from the believers to be masters of the land where they live, and only they can have property, and only we will be able to own the land.” — Muslim migrants in Crete, Greece.
  • The migrants were ready to wage jihad because they believed a rumor about an event for which, even had it been true, the Greek State and its inhabitants had no responsibility.
  • The establishment in Greece is a miniature of the American establishment: politicians and institutions of government corrupted to the bones.
  • We Greeks have already been crushed by Islam, by the twentieth century genocide in Turkey and the more recent Turkish occupation of Cyprus, again with the world’s complicity.
  • What is happening in Greece, as in much of Europe, is actually a massive replacement of its population, its values and its way of life.
  • The mainstream political parties obey the self-destructive EU policies on immigration that could eventually cause the end of the Hellenic-Judeo-Christian values of Europe, such as individual freedom, critical thinking and dispassionate inquiry.

What does an occupation army do when it is installed in a country? It occupies the land, forcing residents to follow its own way of life. It implements measures against the country’s inhabitants, it propagandizes its beliefs and uses force to have them imposed. Continue reading »

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Oct 11

Greece Says It Needs a Year to Properly Shelter Migrant Children:

(AFP) – Greece will need a year to provide adequate shelter for 2,200 unaccompanied migrant children on its soil, even if it has improved its response, the country’s migration minister said Tuesday.

Yannis Mouzalas said there were now no more than 25 minors held in Greek police stations and 1,000 hosted in various specialised facilities.

But most of the unaccompanied migrant children, some 1,200, are still staying in camps scattered across Greek islands in the eastern Aegean sea. Continue reading »

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Oct 06

Greece Sees Jump in Migrant Border Crossings:

THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) — Greek police detained 214 Syrian refugees after they crossed a river that forms a natural border with Turkey, authorities said Wednesday.

The announcement marked the second recent mass crossing of the Evros River — 107 refugees were detained in the same border area last week.

A police official told The Associated Press that refugees and other migrants were taking advantage of current low river levels near the border town of Orestiada. The official wasn’t authorized to speak to the news media and asked not to be identified. Continue reading »

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Oct 04

Germany Wants Migrants Sent Back to Greece and Turkey:

(AFP) – Germany called Sunday for asylum seekers who entered the European Union via Greece to be forced to return there, while also urging Athens to send more migrants back to Turkey.

In an interview with a Greek daily, German interior minister Thomas de Maiziere said he wants to reinstate EU rules which oblige asylum seekers to be sent back to Greece as the first EU country they reached. Continue reading »

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Oct 03

Greek Police Fire Tear Gas, Use Pepper Spray On Protesting Pensioners:

Familiar scenes returned to Athens today, when Greek police fired teargas at a demonstration of pensioners protesting over cutbacks to their benefits, part of an austerity drive dictated by the Troika (or was it Quadriga). Between 1,500 and 2,0000 pensioners attempted to march to Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s office, however they were blocked when riot police blocked their path, intercepting them with pepper spray and tear gas.

Greek pensioners called on the nation to rise against the government’s harsh austerity policy as they attempted to break through a cordon of police buses and special operations troops barring their way to the prime minister’s residence.

As Reuters adds, tensions flared when dozens of pensioners attempted to push over a police bus blocking their way a few hundred meters (yards) from Tsipras’ office. Continue reading »

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Oct 02

A conflict between Turkey and Greece has been predicted by several seers.

It is supposed to happen prior to Turkey getting wiped out by Russia and the beginning of WW3.

Rothschild puppet Erdogan following orders by his master.

Erdogan Criticizes Lausanne Treaty: ‘We Gave Away the Greek Islands’

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