Monday, June 29, 2015

Greece Fighting Euro-Totalitarianism

"Can democracy and a monetary union coexist?"
Yanis Varoufakis (June 27, 2015) - The Eurogroup Meeting of 27th June 2015 will not go down as a proud moment in Europe’s history. Ministers turned down the Greek government’s request that the Greek people should be granted a single week during which to deliver a Yes or No answer to the institutions’ proposals – proposals crucial for Greece’s future in the Eurozone. The very idea that a government would consult its people on a problematic proposal put to it by the institutions was treated with incomprehension and often with disdain bordering on contempt. I was even asked: “How do you expect common people to understand such complex issues?” 


Demonstrators hold a banner during a protest to support the Greek
government in Lisbon, Portugal June 22, 2015
Martin Armstrong comments (June 29, 2015): "[The Eurogroup] hates Yanis’ guts for he does understand far more about the economy than anyone in Brussels. Any further discussions they demand will be without him. [...] they do not want any member state to EVER allow the people to vote on the Euro. Brussels has become a DICTATORSHIP and is so arrogant without any just cause that they know better than the people. We are watching the total collapse of Democracy and the birth of a new era – Economic Totalitarianism from arrogant people who are totally clueless beyond their own greed for power and money." 

A recent report of the German Federal Intelligence Service BND to the Chancellor's Office stressed the high likelihood of an immediate army coup against the Greek government of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. According to the report one of the top priorities of the Greek army would be the expulsion of the 1.5 to 2 million refugees and illegal immigrants. Most of them fled from NATO disaster zones in Northern Africa and the Middle East. Responding to popular notion, various Greek politicians repeatedly demanded to send them to Western Europe, especially to Germany. Past May the Swiss army's 'Conex' drill simulated counteractions to collapsing order and anarchy in the surrounding EU countries.