The US ambassador who oversaw a colour revolution in the Ukraine, orchestrated by hedge fund manager George Soros, which put in place a fascist regime, is set to move to Greece, Kathimerini reports.
The transfer of Geoffrey Pyatt to Athens will fuel fears that the country is set to undergo radical destabilization as its economy is left in tatters by Soros associate Alexis Tsipras.
Soros last year started to buy up the Ukraine, cherry picking investments in the economy he helped wreck.
Hedge funds are now poised to buy up the assets of bankrupted Greece. Kathimerini, linked to the New York Times, spins this sell out of assets to foreign vulture funds as a resurrection of Greece.
Ambassdor Pyatt attracted worldwide attention after a phone was leaked, which revealed that the USA ran the opposition that implemented regime change and ousted the democratically elected government of the Ukraine.
“US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland was caught on tape micro-managing Ukraine opposition party strategies with US Ambassador to Ukraine, Geoffrey Pyatt. That the Ukraine regime-change operation is to some degree being directed from Washington can no longer be denied.
The taped conversation demonstrates in clear detail that while Secretary of State John Kerry decries any foreign meddling in Ukraine’s internal affairs, his State Department is virtually managing the entire process. The “F**k the EU” part is her expressing anger that the EU is not moving fast enough with regime change in Ukraine and her plan is to get the UN involved in the process.”
“George Soros told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria over the weekend he is responsible for establishing a foundation in Ukraine that ultimately contributed to the overthrow of the country’s elected leader and the installation of a junta handpicked by the State Department.”
Soros friend oligrach Igor Kolomoiski funded the far right Azov battalion which has committed countless atrocities against Ukrainians and Russians.
Video emerged of Kolomoiksi’s neo Nazi thugs crucifying and burning an ethnic Russian soldier defending his home in the eastern Ukraine.
Kolomoisky sent his private militia to take over the office of the state oil company, in a glimpse of what Greece can expect if it does not stabilize its economy, political system and borders soon, requiring, first and foremost, the election of a new and reasonable government.