Alexis Tsipras is the Ron Paul of Greece, and his finance minister, Rand Paul


It did not take long for Syriza to reveal its true colours. Barely was the Greek party elected on a platform of cancelling debt payments to the banksters, then the new finance minister and Soros fan Yanis Varoufakis  has backtracked on the promises a mere few days ago to the long-suffering Greek people.

In an interview with the New York Times, the Rand Paul of Greek politics, Yanis Varoufakis, suddenly claims he is only seeking more leeway to wring money out of the Greeks. Of course, he doesn t want a confrontation with them! As for the pledge  to halt privatizations, that was just an election promise made to fool the voters… The privatizations will continue, says Varoufakis.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/30/business/international/greeces-feisty-finance-minister-tries-a-more-moderate-message.html

Handsome is as handsome does. Alexis Tsipras and Varoufakis do as hedge funder Gerge Soros and the banksters want. No doubt about it, they are the Ron and Rand Paul of Greece, the new controlled opposition.

No mention by either of them, of course, of the need to renationalize the privatised money supply, the key to restoring prosperity in Greece and Europe. That is strange considering Tsipras and his wife are supposed to be linked to the Communist party.

And no mention either of criminal charges against the bankers  similar to the charges brought in Iceland.

The only target of the “radical left” Syriza are,  surprise, suprise, the Greek shipping magnets. Well, the shipping magnets were not the ones to trap Greece in fractional reserve banking debt. The shipping magnets employ people and provide services. They also suffer from the economic downturn caused by the bankster s engineered bust. The shipping magnets are not Greece s problem and bludgeoning them is not going to solve Greece ‘s debt problem.

Greece s problem are the bankers and their latest bankster puppets in government Varoufakis and Alexis Tsipras.

They lied. They lied outrageously to their voters.

After such an brazen betrayal by Tsipras, it s better for Greek people to form their own movement, unite on the left and right, rich and poor, young and old, join with the Italians, Spaniards, French and Germans and push for a renationalization of the money supply.

The issuance of money should belong to the people – not private banks. But it will be up to the people to organize among themselves to get back control of the central bank and issuance of money. The bankers won t let go of the privilege of printing limitless money without a struggle. They will buy fake opposition parties, bribe fake opposition politicians, pay fake opposition media as long as they can get away with it.

Stand up, Greece!

 

 

 

 

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