Prison » CEO: Greeks Are Worried About Martial Law, Civil War

John O’Connell, CEO of investment firm Davis Rea, says that Greeks are worried about the imposition of martial law and the outbreak of civil war as a result of the country’s debt crisis.

Speaking to BNN from the Greek island of Santorini, O’Connell said that elderly Greeks were likely to vote in favor of the EU bailout package on July 5th, but that younger citizens had nothing to lose in voting no.

“The old people want to vote for Europe cause they have a lot to lose, they have their pensions, but the younger population – they are already poor, they are already unemployed – and they don’t have much to lose,” said O’Connell.

“Their attitude is it’s going to be tough, it’s already tough, and so why not just move on go back to the Drachma, and they’re OK with that. Their attitude is in 5 to 10 years I’ll be better off. They believe there’s a lot of misinformation. They believe they’re being pressured by European countries particularly Germany that are holding them to very difficult terms.”

This is an instructive guide to what will occur here in America during the imminent collapse of the federal idiot jurisdiction, which I suspect will begin this summer. The only people who benefit by the operation of that moral outrage on the Potomac are those get money from it: government employees, welfare recipients of both the corporate and individual variety, malingerers, weapons manufacturers, foreign bankers, pensioners, etc.

No one else cares a whit if that piece of trash survives. It’s a threat to law and order anyway.

I think it’s time to start over. It had a good run, but it’s just too diseased. It’s “fulla cancer,” as my grandmother might say about the man down the street who died.

I am America’s Senior Comedian. Thank you for your kind attention in this matter.