Greece draws up drachma plans, prepares to miss IMF payment

Greece is drawing up drastic plans to nationalise the country’s banking system and introduce a parallel currency to pay bills unless the eurozone takes steps to defuse the simmering crisis and soften its demands.

Sources close to the ruling Syriza party said the government is determined to keep public services running and pay pensions as funds run critically low. It may be forced to take the unprecedented step of missing a payment to the International Monetary Fund next week.

Greece no longer has enough money to pay the IMF €458m on April 9 and also to cover payments for salaries and social security on April 14, unless the eurozone agrees to disburse the next tranche of its interim bail-out deal in time. …

The last thing the banksters want is for greece to set a good example for the rest of the world.   Don’t be surprised if politicians start accidentally drowning in the shower or committing suicide by shooting themselves twice in the back of the head.

You know the judicial system is hopelessly broken when such ludicrous stories are marketed to the public with a straight face.

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