Friday, March 27, 2015

Globalist Agenda Watch 2015: Update 19D, E and F – Globalist Endgame for Greece (and Europe)

Here are Updates 19A, B and C.

- Justin

Source - Redefining God

[Update 19D – 25 March 2015]
In the time since I last wrote, Syriza has been busy reaching for Greek pensions and utility company funds to make payments to the Troika (the European Commission, the European Central Bank, and the International Monetary Fund), and this complete abrogation of their campaign promises is intended to incense the Greek people and set the stage for a “Greek Spring.” The Establishment will, of course, use their standard “color revolution” techniques to get it started, and the Mises Mafia have been busy stoking the revolutionary fires.
Here is Nigel Farage narrating the beginning of the post-election Greece versus Troika conflict:Farage on Friday: Here’s hoping Greece fights back against Germany and her euro masters.
“SO the great game of poker between Greece and Germany begins, while the IMF, European Central Bank, and other European institutions watch on nervously. The question is, will Greece fight back?…
Now it seems there are some voices in Greece at least suggesting they’re not prepared to meet the repayment terms foisted upon them by the European Central Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the other European institutions.

Years of austerity now mean that the annual budget increase is roughly in balance, unlike the United Kingdom. But what is the point of all this pain if nothing is really improving?
That’s the message that won Alexis Tsipras and his Syriza party the election last week. He is now in coalition with my friend Panos Kammenos of the Independent Greeks.”
From the 1:00 mark“What is European economic governance? I’ll tell you what it is: it’s a plane landing at Athens airport out of which get an official from the Commission, an official from the European Central Bank, and an official from the appalling IMF, and those three people — the ‘Troika’ you call them — go in, they meet the Greek government, and they tell the Greek government what they may or may not do.
You have killed democracy in Greece. You have three part-time overseas dictators that now tell the Greek people what they can and can’t do. It is totally unacceptable. Is it any wonder the Greek people are now burning EU flags and drawing swastikas across them? You are — frankly, unless Greece is allowed to get out of this economic and political prison, you may well spark a revolution in that country.
Needless to say, sparking a revolution in Greece is exactly what the Troika are aiming to do, and Farage is dutifully playing his part in the farce.
Here is another European Parliament speech by Paul Nuttall, a member of Farage’s UK Independence Party and Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy group…
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“Mr. President, I will also focus on Greece today, and I want to start by quoting the Chairman of the Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, who only two days ago said, ‘You are mistaken if you think democracy is where one election result can change the way we work in the Eurozone.’ Indeed, Mr. Juncker, you’re on record saying that there can be no democratic choice against the European Union’s treaties. Now that tells us all we really need to know, doesn’t it, about what the Euro fanatics think of democracy. And isn’t it ironic that you are destroying democracy in its very cradle, Greece.
You have allowed Greece to enter a currency that it should never have been in, you have removed the democratically elected Prime Minister when he offered his country a way out through a referendum, you have imposed austerity that has taken the people of Greece to the brink, yet you still shackle this great country with economic chains. To you I say ‘sovereignty and democracy in Greece are not yours to take.’ The Greeks have suffered enough. The battle lines are clear: it is the forces of democracy in Greece against the undemocratic forces of a European Union.
To the Greek Parliament I ask, ‘Will the 300 stand firm?’ And to the Greek people I say, ‘Be courageous. Protect your birthright. You are the creators of democracy and now you must save it. Invoke the courage and spirit of your forefathers. Do not buckle. Do not falter. Do not give in. You are the defenders of democracy now. You are the nation of Homer, Plato and Aristotle, and if you stand your ground, you will prevail, and you will be a beacon of hope to us all.’ Thank you.
Now this is how you propagandize for a “people’s revolution”! :-) Note how he invokes the mental imagery of the 300…
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…And how symbolically appropriate is it that the Greek Parliament has 300 seats?…
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…Hollywood screenwriters couldn’t do any better job than the globalist color revolution engineers are doing in scripting this coming “democratic revolution.”

[Update 19E – 25 March 2015]
Meanwhile, in Greece, this is what some members of Syriza have been talking about:
>>> Far left members of Syriza have also accused their party of abandoning previous election pledges to scrap the country’s bailout.
Manolis Glezos, a Syriza member of the European Parliament and veteran left-wing politician, apologized for his party’s move to placate its lenders.
“I apologize to the Greek people because I took part in this illusion,” he wrote in a blog. “Syriza’s members, friends and supporters … should decide if they accept this situation.”…
Wolfango Piccoli, managing director of risk consultancy at Teneo Intelligence, warned that the negotiation process had secured Greece only two concessions: a lower primary surplus for 2015 and the acknowledgment that the program will be amended so as to give Athens a greater say on reform proposals. He added that Tsipras’ standing had been “negatively affected” by the talks.
“The agreement allows both sides to save face but also sets the stage for even tenser negotiations over the country’s financial future and for a possible backlash in Greece,” he said in a note Sunday. “The list of reforms to be presented on Monday will be an important factor determining whether Syriza is able to convince its own MPs and voters.” <<<
The last paragraph reflects the real reason for the four-month bailout extension: it provides a time period of high drama which will be used to generate public sentiment for a Greek Spring and a Summer Revolution.
>>> Already, several prominent Syriza members are calling on Tsipras to honor his campaign pledges.
“It’s difficult to determine how the government can fulfill its promises, including a write-off of the country’s debt,” said Costas Lapavitsas, a prominent economics professor recently elected to parliament on the Syriza ticket. “It is imperative for the government to explain how it plans to do just that under the current agreement.”
Even renowned composer Mikis Theodorakis waded into the brewing revolt, meeting with Tsipras Tuesday to try to persuade him to resist the pressure for concessions that would, he said, submit the country to the creditors’ “fatal embrace.”
“Syriza leaders,” he said, “have to find the strength, even now, to say ‘nein’ to Germany.”
More than 40 lawmakers of the ruling party were said to be drafting a petition for an urgent meeting of Syriza’s central committee. Although no one has openly requested Tsipras’ resignation, swelling dissent within the ruling party could complicate the government’s bid to carry out the proposed measures, which require swift approval by the country’s 300-seat parliament. <<<
An interesting thing to note about this passage is one of the people quoted, Costas Lapavitsas, is an economics professor at the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. And who is the chancellor of the University of London? HRH The Princess Royal
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So in Costas Lapavitsas you have a paid agent of the London Establishment drumming up dissension within Syriza. But he’s not the only one.
>>> Not everybody is ignoring that fact that just days after the new Prime Minister promised the Greek population on prime time TV that the loathed bailout program wouldn’t be extended and that Greece would have a fresh start – i.e., the mandate it was elected on – one without austerity, Greece folded on virtually every demand, to the point where the European Commission may itself have drafted the “reform agreement” that the Greek finance minister was said to have created.
One person who may be starting a splinter revolt within Syriza itself is Stathis Kouvelakis, a member of the central committee of the leftist organization, a teacher of political theory at King’s College, and the latest to demonstrate that the Syriza facade of cohesive acceptance of the past week’s “negotiations”, is starting to crumble…
If, therefore, we wish to avert a second, and this time decisive, defeat — which would put an end to the Greek leftist experiment, with incalculable consequences for society and for the Left inside and outside this country — we must look reality in the face and speak the language of honesty. The debate on strategy must finally recommence, without taboos and on the basis of the congress resolutions of Syriza, which for some time now have been turned into innocuous icons.
If Syriza still has a reason for existing as a political subject, a force for the elaboration of emancipatory politics, and for contribution to the struggles of the subordinated classes, it must be a part of this effort to initiate an in-depth analysis of the present situation and the means of overcoming it.” <<<
The person being quoted in this article, Stathis Kouvelakis, is a political theorist and faculty member of King’s College London, which is a constituent college of the University of London. So in Kouvelakis, you have another paid agent of the London Establishment helping to magnify the rifts within Syriza and predicting that Syriza’s coming failure will “put an end to the Greek leftist experiment” and lead to “incalculable consequences” for the political left both inside and outside Greece. This is, of course, exactly what the globalists’ script calls for: the “Left” destroying everything and the “Right” sweeping in to bring order (and Austrian Economics).
[Update 19F – 26 March 2015]
Let’s look now to the current situation faced by Syriza. According to this New York Times article
>>> On Feb. 20, Greek leaders signed a four-month bailout extension with its three main creditors — the International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank and the European Commission. Yet creditors have refused to release a critical 7.2-billion-euro, or about $7.8 billion, loan payment(money that Syriza had once vowed not to accept but that is now badly needed) until the government provides a list of acceptable structural reforms to replace pension cuts and other austerity measures that had been under consideration by the previous government. <<<
So the Troika are refusing to give Greece needed funds unless the Greek government provides an acceptable list of “structural reforms”/austerity measures. And without the funds, it is estimated that the Greek government will run out of cash by late April. This leaves Syriza with four choices:
1) Give the Troika the new austerity measures they are seeking, thus completely and officially betraying their campaign promises to the Greek people. Since Syriza is a coalition party of different “far left” groups, such an action could lead to its disintegration as well as general social unrest.
2) Rob money from the Greek economy to keep making their payments, which would not sit well with those being robbed. This too could lead to party disintegration and public unrest.
3) Remain paralyzed and allow Greece to fall into financial ruin and chaos.
4) Exit the euro and reinstitute the drachma.
It would seem that the globalist script requires Syriza to choose from options 1, 2, or 3 while also requiring Germany to remain intransigent in their demands for Greek compliance, and the situation will come to a head in late June as the bailout extension expires (and as the new BRICS Bank nears its debut). This is where Panos Kammenos comes in. Have a look at this Reuters article: Greek defence minister says Greece has Plan B if EU rigid on deal
>>> Greek Defence Minister Panos Kammenos said that if Greece failed to get a new debt agreement with the euro zone, it could always look elsewhere for help.
“What we want is a deal. But if there is no deal – hopefully (there will be) – and if we see that Germany remains rigid and wants to blow apart Europe, then we have the obligation to go to Plan B. Plan B is to get funding from another source,” he told a Greek television show that ran into early Tuesday. “It could the United States at best, it could be Russia, it could be China or other countries,” he said. <<<
So as the Greek crisis reaches its crescendo, Syriza will disintegrate and the Greek government will fail. And when a civilian government fails, who typically steps in to maintain social order? The military, right? And who is the leader of the Greek military?Defense Minister Panos Kammenos.
Kammenos will step up to maintain some semblance of order in the wake of Syriza’s disintegration and will go to his friends in Russia to secure aid from the freshly-launched New Development Bank (NDB, the BRICS Bank — the BRICS will be holding their 7th summit meeting in Russia on July 8–9, and will likely announce the NDB’s launch at that time). An emergency election will then be held to install a new Greek parliament that will restore the drachma and approve the NDB loan. Since this will occur at about the same time as the next financial crisis begins, it will be the first domino in the fall of the EU. From the ashes of the EU, a new multilateral European order will rise — one that “restores sovereignty, freedom and direct democracy” (New World Order style).
Unless people know what the globalists are doing beforehand, it’s unlikely the public will ever figure out what’s going on. The adrenaline rush that the NWO will offer them will sweep aside their reason. They will gleefully walk into their new gilded cage. So let’s spread the word.
Much love…

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Source:

http://redefininggod.com/2015/02/globalist-agenda-watch-2015-update-19a-the-greek-peoples-revolution-and-the-new-european-renaissance-brought-to-you-by-the-nwo/


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