Easy: just make the opposite, capitalism, very ugly which is not hard in these times of 'economic crisis'.....wait for people to suffer a little while longer and then present the 'solution', a renamed version of communism called: new economic order (http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/07/10/us-pope-latam-bolivia-idUSKCN0PJ29B20150710). It's almost there! Oh, and make en passant amends here and there (think: sexual abuse victims, financial fraud scandals, genocide, theft, discrimination) to create some goodwill and gain popularity in order to be able to apply 'social aikido' meaning that those in power will get their way without violating free will.
Excerpt from Benjamin Fulford's blog of 6 July 2015:
"The fact that 61% of Greek citizens voted to refuse to pay for banker’s reckless mistakes indicates a majority of the people at the street level in that country now recognize the criminal nature of the Western banking system. The fact is the Greek people now know they are not legally responsible for debts incurred by Mafiosi banker gamblers and will therefore not pay. This has set in motion the first domino that will lead inexorably to the bankruptcy of the Khazarian banking system and their criminal subsidiary known as the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CORPORATION. A Greek default, as mentioned previously, is just the first domino that will be followed by Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Italy, France, Germany and then the United States."
Hence the discouragement of Greece to leave the EU. Of course it is too late to cover the deliberate mistake up for even the dumbest citizen of the EU realizes the whole project is a geopolitical and financial scam.
To the Editor:
If, as Paul Krugman suggests, Greece leaves the euro and returns to the drachma, and if it is then successful at reconfiguring its economy and managing to re-establish a functional government that collects taxes and pays debts, wouldn’t this encourage other economically struggling states like Italy, Ireland, Portugal and even France to abandon the union?
Won’t a successful Greece show others that — much as many young people who cannot afford to pay their rent return home — they, too, can return to the way things used to be?
If Greece does what SEEMS so difficult, won’t it encourage a dissolution of the European Union?
Conveniently Greek Finance Minister Yannis Varoufakis has told ABC only a few days before the referendum that the printing presses needed to print Drachma in the event of a euro exit have been smashed! Go figure
Exciting times to say the least; what will happen with Greece could have an enormous effect just like fall of the Lehmann Bros Bank did in 2008. In that context the picture in article below is extra spot on: APLHA Bank, meaning: beginning!