The betrayal of the newly-minted Greek Prime Minister and Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras and his side kick, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, has been complete.
One month after being elected to stop the Troika and banker-imposed austerity, controlled-opposition Tsipras and Varoufakis agreed to continue the very same policies of debt enslavement with only minor adjustments in a deal in Brussels.
The theatrical negotiations on Friday were all in a days work for this pair of actors and media darlings. Only now the Greek people do not have the inclination to watch crafted displays of pain and suffering on the Brussels stage. They need relief from the crushing debt burden, and they need it immediately.
It is a defining moment in Greek history. This moment of betrayal in Brussels needs to be defined by one word. OXI. NO! No to debt slavery! Oxi!
After pretending to battle in negotiations, the duo of Tsipras and Varoufakis thought up the ruse of renaming the “Troika” as “Institutions” before they signed the new extension on the bailout with a flourish of their gold-capped pens on Friday. It is difficult to see how the Rock Stars — as they are called by the mainstream media — could have thought the Greek people would not notice the two words denoted exactly the same thing. A phone call to friends in the media to publish high fake poll ratings may have seemed an easy option to cushion the cataclysmic fall in public support. Remember German newspaper Bild’s obviously sky high and fake poll ratings during the Guttenberg plagiarism scandal?
But things have turned out differently. Public anger has boiled over at the “treason” . It is difficult to see how it can be controlled when the very existence of the Greek people is at stake.
Contrary to the media hype, there is no support for Tsipras and Varoufakis. They have no Rock Star appeal or charisma. They are not popular.
There is, however, support for an end the debt death spiral of austerity. If Tsipras and Varoufakis do not deliver on their election promises to end the banker debt slavery, Tsipras and Varoufakis must go.
Syriza has reacted switfly to the betrayal and a revolt has started led by Manolis Glezos.
Glezos is a man of action who fought the Nazis in World War Two. Glezos cannot be fooled for long by mere rhetoric any more than the Greek people can. Today, he apologized to the Greek people for contributing to the anti-bailout illusion.
A 94-year-old MEP, Glezos cannot be expected to be as familiar with terms such as the Illuminati, false flag operations and controlled opposition as internet-savvy, ninth graders in Sweden are or as the US public is. But Glezos can see a huge lie.
And Glezos can say, and did say, the word Greeks most need to hear today. He said: OXI! No! No to an extension of debt slavery, no to more hunger, no to more misery, more hopelessness, despair! No!
After the shameless betrayal byTspiras and Varoufakis, Syriza should elect Manolis Glezos as Prime Minister and reconstitute the government under a new leadership. Defence Minister Panos Kammenos should also get the axe, and the appointment of the right wing, former Interior Minister Prokopis Pavlopoulos as President by Tspiras needs to be blocked. These figures are not unifiers, but dividers. Their role is to enforce the police state crackdown the bankers will need to crush the Greek people when austerity robs them of their last euro.
An alternative to the Troika bailout and debt slavery in the crumbling eurozone is an exit. The Drachma as a currency issued by the government can be the basis for restoring prosperity if there are inflation controls and forgery proof notes, as this blog has argued. The alternative to the well planned reintroduction of the Drachma is the complete and utter impoverishment and, ultimately, extermination of the Greek people.
The Italy is a dying country as the birth rate plummets, an Italian minister recently said.
Greece is a dying country too.
In fact, all of Europe is dying under the totalitarian eurozone, banker union administered by Berlin.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel grew up in the totalitarian state of East Germany where she forged a career as a successful party apparatchik in spite of being a Pastor’s daugther. A totalitarian state is Merkel’s natural political habitat. It may be she does not even notice she is being used as the hammer by the banks to destroy European democracy, politics, unity, culture and civilisation. But the people of free and civilised western Europe have noticed. The people of Ireland have certainly noticed. The people of Greece have also noticed. That Merkel made a last ditch effort to avert full-scale nuclear war in the Ukraine was less for the benefit of the Europeans, than out of the pragmatic recognition that even the former privileged party apparatichiks of the DDR like herself apparently have retained that the Globalist bankers have lost all touch with reality, and can’t calculate the consequences of their actions in the multi-polar internet era.
Merkel’s pragmatism is the reason why Germany prepared to exit the euro in 2012 together with The Netherlands.
Support Mario Glezos! Save Greece! Say, No! Oxi to debt slavery!
Say Yes to government issued money! Say yes to the Chicago Plan Revisted and reintroduction of the Drachma, yes to a national debt default and a cancellation of all private debts to banks! It’s time for a financial system for the people.