Den 25:e januari Ă€r det val i Grekland.
Partiet som ser ut att vinna heter Syriza och Ă€r det enda som Ă€r emot finansoligarkernas fortsatta plundringstĂ„g av landet.
Om banksterna efter valet inte taggar ned och en lĂ¶sning med Grekland kvar som medlem i EU utkristallierar sig sĂ„ har nu Rysslands President Putin kastat ut en livlina som faktiskt kanske Ă€r intressantare Ă€n fortsatt EU-medlemskap..
Russia’s Modest Proposal To Greece: “Exit Europe And We Will Lift The Food Import Ban”
It has not been a good week for Greece: first we learned that its treasury has run dry as Greece have stop paying all taxes ahead of the elections (and likely after), making further reforms virtually impossible as the government simply does not have the cash to promote economic changes; then we found out that first two then all four of the largest Greek banks have submitted Emergency Liquidity Assistance requests to the ECB to preserve liquidity in light of a deposit run that is picking up pace. And yesterday, adding insult to injury, Spiegel leaked that while seeking preapproval from Merkel for his QE program to be announced next week, Draghi told the Germans that Greek bonds won’t be among the securities monetized by the ECB.
It almost makes the Greeks wonder what’s the point of staying in the Eurozone and keeping the Euro if all it leads to is 50% youth unemployment, 25% total unemployment, and unprecedented pain and suffering as a result of the internal devaluation that will continue indefinitely since Greece, courtesy of the Euro, is unable to engage in an external one.