Though Greece is out of the world news spotlight, it does not mean that the EU’s multi-pronged demolition of the Hellenic Republic has ceased.
A radical left Alexis Tsipras was easily brought to heel by the Brussels mafia, and has been kept in power as caretaker for the pillaging taking place, while the EU strips Greece of all its assets.
Globalist EU oligarchs are turning the nation into a tourist disney land bought up by foreign capital, with dozens of migrant camps sprinkled across islands once inhabited by Gods.
It’s time to revisit the Greek crisis that sees no end in sight.
Tamara de Lempicka The refugees 1937
Authored by Raul Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog,
Note: I feel kind of sorry this has become such a long essay. But I still left out so much. You know by now I care a lot about Greece, and it’s high time for another look, and another update, and another chance for people to understand what is happening to the country, and why. To understand that hardly any of it is because the Greeks had so much debt and all of that narrative.
The truth is, Greece was set up to be a patsy for the failure of Europe’s financial system, and is now being groomed simultaneously as a tourist attraction to benefit foreign investors who buy Greek assets for pennies on the dollar, and as an internment camp for refugees and migrants that Europe’s ‘leaders’ view as a threat to their political careers more than anything else.
I would almost say: here we go again, but in reality we never stopped going. It’s just that Greece’s 15 minutes of fame may be long gone, but its ordeal is far from over. If you read through this, you will understand why that is. The EU is deliberately, and without any economic justification, destroying one of its own member states, destroying its entire economy.
A short article in Greek paper Kathimerini last week detailed the latest new cuts in pensions the Troika has imposed on Greece, and it’s now getting beyond absurd. For an economy to function, you need people spending money. That is what keeps jobs alive,
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