Greek Crisis (Not) Over

Greek Crisis (Not) Over
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Just a few months ago, before Syrian exodus begun, USA financed another assault on the EU economy, generally called the Syriza debacle. Greece, a nation of people who truly belong to the Balkans, went to the polls once again and chose Tsipras as their leader, a guy you would generally not trust to park your car or have access to your wallet. The whole circus resulted in an 86 billion euro bailout, which will be paid from – among other suckers – UK citizen, who rather directly participated in the debacle by assisting the USA in everything devious they do. Tsipras, of course, resigned as soon as he figured that someone might ask for him to be made responsible, keeping his good PR standing largely intact.

Tsipras now expects to be re-elected and given the 86 billion euro to do as he pleases without even offering any plans or ideas regarding rejuvenating Greece in any way or helping the citizen of Greece to regain any footing. Contrary to their previous campaign, the Syriza gang now supports the bailout and goes into the elections as a favourite to win, despite betraying everything the movement used to stand for. Tsipras, being a USA stooge, will most certainly continue creating debts in US dollars, despite the hard rebuke Greece received during the crisis.

Tsipras

The reason why the EU is taking this so lightly is that there is no energy left over to fight this ludicrous suicidal Greek downfall, the idea here is to preserve the European Monetary Union and the Euro but also creating a financial trap for the USA to fall into, should they continue to throw loans at the Greek government. Plans have been established to dump Greece either entirely out of EMU and EU or allow Greece to go broke, thereby defaulting on any future loans Greece takes out, making any such loans funded by the US bad investments and potentially uncollectable.

Seeing how Europe rather easily, but with much PR sabre-rattling, overcame the Greek crisis, the USA rather hastily and in cooperation with Russia organised the Syria mass migration, directing the flow of people toward the EU, although there were hundreds of more likely countries where the migrants could have gone to. Just like the Greek crisis, this lunacy will also backfire on the USA, because most of the people who left Syria are genuinely capable people who will repopulate the dwindling population of European countries – numbers do not lie – and thereby propel the economies of said countries towards more money flow, which will result in a stronger economy and even stronger euro.

At some point the UK will have to face the music and either stop aiding the USA in such revolting scenarios and truly become a full member of the European Union, or on the other hand become an additional star on the American Flag and really drop the trousers for good. According to PM Cameron, the UK is destined to become wholly dependent on the former colony USA and he would sooner rather than later abandon the EU and become an open stooge for the Big Brother. The British are rather inclined to accept such a scenario, but rather out of ignorance than out of knowledge what such a move would mean. Perhaps a more informed overview of the Greek crisis would be informative to the broad public, but the British were never truly interested in fortunes of others.

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