Wednesday, 8 July 2015
Understanding the Greek Crisis
With the Greek crisis reaching what appears to be a climax I thought I would take the opportunity to re-post an excellent essay written by a Greek Nationalist, Alexios Synodinos, which I came across at Counter Currents a couple of years back. The first part deals with Post War Greece, the Marxist attack on the Greek identity and the Orthodox Church, and Mass immigration. This second part looks at the make up of the Greek elites (Now slightly dated) and their connection to the ''circumcised banking elites''.
Let us start by examining the profile of Mr. Papandreou, the current prime minister of Greece. Mr. Papandreou claims his first name is Georgios (George), but the evidence shows otherwise. He was born in Minnesota, USA and as a kid his family used to call him Jeffrey. That information was until recently posted in the article about him in the English section of Wikipedia.
 Allegedly the young Jeffrey was later baptized in the Greek-Orthodox Church and was christened Georgios at the age of seven. According to that version of the story his baptism (as well as the baptism of his sister) was conducted by the Greek-orthodox Archbishop of America Iakovos (James) in 1959. However, the Archdiocese of America does not have any record of the event. To overcome that obstacle the image makers of Mr. Papandreou circulated a different version in 2008, of which the young Jeffrey was baptized along with his brothers and sister in a private ceremony at the house of the family in Greece. Both versions of the story have in common that it was the strong demand of his Greek grandfather for the children to be baptized. Another common characteristic of the two versions is that neither is supported by any evidence. The rite of baptism is considered the most important day in the life of a Greek-orthodox Christian and it is celebrated accordingly. Friends and family are invited for the event and of course pictures are taken. Unfortunately for Mr. Papandreou pictures of his baptism do not exist, nor does any official document or certificate of his baptism. Even if we accept that Mr. Papandreou was indeed baptized the question that remains is, why his family refused to do it at the appropriate age (that of the infant)? Moreover, some people claim that Mr. Papandreou who studied at the Athens College, is mentioned in its files not as an Orthodox Christian but as a Protestant. Due to the fact that the author of this article takes Christian mysteries seriously, and to avoid any confusion with his grandfather, for the rest of the article Mr. Papandreou will be referred to by his full real name, Jeffrey Papandreou.
The racial make-up of Jeffrey Papandreou is also interesting. As it was explained in the first part of this study, his father, Andreas Papandreou, was half-Jewish by his mother. The mother of Jeffrey Papandreou is an American by the name Margaret Chant. Few things are known regarding her background. During the 1970s and the 1980s there were widespread rumors in Greece and among the Greek-American community that the Chants were of Jewish or Bulgarian-Jewish origin and their name was latter Americanized to “Chant” originally from “Chantov” or “Chantovski.” Those rumors were countered by her father Dag “Horatio” Chant who was an Elder in the Jehovah’s Witnesses sect and according to his claims of Irish and German origin. However, since such claims have resurfaced, if there was any concrete evidence of the non-Jewish origin of the Chant family, it is certain that the systemic media would have presented it by now. Of course, it does not really matter if Jeffrey Papandreou is racially Jewish by 25% or 75%, the important is that, as it will be explained later, his behavior closely resembles that of Lenin, he has surrounded himself with Jews, and is in full accordance with the “circumcised banker elite.”
Jeffrey Papandreou grew up in a house of which English and not Greek was spoken. His mother, despite living for more than sixty years in Greece, has refused to learn and speak the Greek language. Thus, Jeffrey Papandreou has always been more comfortable with English than with Greek. His far from perfect command of the Greek language is frequently satirized. Even more peculiar is his relation with the Greek orthodox faith. During the period he was serving as a foreign minister of Greece he frequently clashed with the priest of a church nearby his house because he was annoyed by the sound of the bells. Whenever he has been forced by his image makers to participate in religious feasts and ceremonies made abundantly clear that he is totally ignorant of all the traditions and customs of the Orthodox Church.
Jeffrey Papandreou has always had a very dysfunctional relationship with Greece. Some e-mails among members of the Papandreou family that were leaked a few years ago and acquired publicity had Nikos Papandreou, the brother of Jeffrey, calling Greece a damned country and describing himself and his family as Americans with American hearts disguised as Greeks. That dysfunctional relationship of Jeffrey Papandreou with Greece is illustrated in his political career. Apparently his vocations were the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, switching from one to the other throughout the years PASOK was in power. As a minister of Education he did whatever he could to minimize the teaching of the ancient Greek language at schools and to “improve” the educational system by making it less demanding for the pupils; Jeffrey Papandreou was not alone in that effort, he rather followed the main party line in the destruction of the Greek educational system. The author who was at school at the time recalls the continuous changes of books, with the new ones always being with more sketches and text illustrations, and in which often theory was explained through successive sketches rather than written words.
His career as a foreign minister embarked with a gigantic effort to improve the relations with Turkey. For Jeffrey Papandreou the problems in the Greek-Turkish relations were nebulously attributed to preconceived negative notions the Greeks have towards Turks and vice-versa. Provided these notions were changed, the relations between the two countries would be instantly improved. Of course how exactly the continuous provocations of Turkey in the Aegean Sea and the disputation of Greek sovereignty by Turkey on Greek islands can be explained with that theory is beyond any rational explanation. But Greece ceased to be a country when one can have a rational debate the day the mass media and the universities were taken over by the Marxists and the liberals. Based on that post-modern understanding of international relations, Jeffrey Papandreou sought to create dozens of Greek-Turkish committees of experts who would explore issues of mutual interests, establish trust and alter everything in education, public culture and the media portraying in a negative light the “other side.” The findings of such committees never became widely known, but judging by the steady and drastic changes in school textbooks, the gradual removal of anything reminding Turkish atrocities from public display and the media ban on the continuous provocations of Turkey, it can be safely assumed that the goal has been the total eradication of anything which would remind Greeks of Turkish barbarity and the suppression of truth in favor of a “new approach” in Greek-Turkish relations. The reader should be aware of the fact that although such committees experienced their heyday during the previous PASOK administration and their decisions begun to be implemented in the early 2000s, the changes in the school textbooks continued unabated even when the government changed and the Center-Right party of ND (Nea Dimokratia) came to power. The reason for this is quite simple: the policy of Greece in most issues is not decided by her institutions but by forces outside her, which have nothing to do with Greek politics. The two major parties (PASOK and ND) despite their alleged differences follow what is dictated to them by these outside forces. More examples of that phenomenon will be presented as the article progresses.
Jeffrey Papandreou as the Foreign Minister of Greece was of course championed by the Turkish establishment and he is continued to be adored by the Turkish newspapers which hailed his inauguration as the prime minister. The semiology of having one’s traditional enemies praising his leader would of course puzzle even the most gullible person. However, it should not surprise anyone who is aware of Jeffrey Papandreou’s views. He is one of the biggest supporters of Turkey in Europe and a strong defender of Turkey’s entrance in the EU. In most issues regarding Greek-Turkish relations he has astounded even his most devoted supporters by taking pro-Turkish stances. In 2004, when the Kofi Annan Plan for Cyprus was presented by the UN, most Greek politicians were very reluctant to celebrate it as a solution for the Cyprus problem. On the contrary, Jeffrey Papandreou was adamant on his support for the Annan Plan. He strongly pressured the Cypriot government to accept it. What exactly meant the implementation of the Annan Plan in Cyprus and what would be the consequences of such an action are beyond the scope of this article. Nevertheless, the reader should be aware that the Annan Plan, had it been implemented, would have established a non-functional state, with the 18% of the Turkish population having essentially more political power than the 82% of the Greek-Cypriot community and it would have given the opportunity to Turkey to have control of even the free parts of the islands which now constitute the Republic of Cyprus.
Other views of Jeffrey Papandreou include the legalization of so-called “soft drugs,” strong support for gay and lesbian rights, a belief in totally unrestrained immigration, radical egalitarianism, and militant feminism. His mother, who is head of the largest feminist organization in Greece, indoctrinated young Jeffrey on a feminist understanding of history in which women are oppressed by men and the only way to end war and other global problems is the promotion of women in places of power. That is reflected in the current Greek government (hand-picked by himself) which has a disproportionate number of female ministers. In short Jeffrey Papandreou is a true child of the 1960s, a Mediterranean version of Bill Clinton.
The cabinet of Jeffrey Papandreou is a peculiar coalition of crypto-Jews, proponents of globalization, ultra-liberals with little touch with reality and in two distinct cases “Hellenized” Balkan Slavs who consider Greece their enemy and are eager to plant the seeds of its destruction. Moreover, Jeffrey Papandreou has employed a large number of advisers, all both foreigners and ultra-liberals. The structure of the government and its human geography is typical of a state run by Jews. They at the top and a few gentile collaborationists assisting them either for ideological reasons or personal gains as Professor Kevin MacDonald would put it. A detailed analysis of the background of all of them would derail this article from its purpose so a few characteristic examples will be examined selectively from each category.
Mr. Yannis Ragousis is minister of the Interior. He had a cataclysmic rise in the hierarchy of PASOK climbing almost instantly from a fairly unknown mayor of an Aegean island to the right hand of Jeffrey Papandreou. Ragousis however is the Greek version of his real Jewish name Saragousi (or Saragussi) which indicates his Sephardic origin from Saragossa, Spain. Mr. Ragousis had kept that fact hidden from the public but it was accidentally discovered by an amateur investigator. At the time these pages are written, Jeffrey Papandreou is contemplating on the idea of creating a ministry which will coordinate all others and its minister will be acting as a second prime minister. According to most sources Mr. Ragousis is one of the two primary candidates for the job.
Another characteristic example of the quality of Jeffrey Papandreou’s government is Anna Diamantopoulou, currently Minister of Education, Lifelong Learning and Religious Affairs and frequently referred to as Mrs. Bilderberg due to her membership in the Bilderberg Club. Diamantopoulou is a strong believer in multiculturalism, globalization, and the dismantling of nation-states. She is currently promoting the de-Hellenization of the Greek educational system in favor of a form of education without cultural and ethnic preferences. Her husband goes by the non-Greek surname Salavano(s). The closest assistant of Anna Diamantopoulou and under-minister of education is another crypto-Jewess, Paraskeui (Evi) Christofilopoulou. She dropped the Jewish surname of her family, Kaler, and kept the Greek and Christian-sounding name of her husband, when she became involved with Greek politics. Unfortunately for her, the Ph.D. thesis she submitted in 1990 bares her real name.
On the side of the gullible gentile collaborationists, the most pro-eminent member of the government is the minister of the Environment and Energy, Tina Birbili. A weird looking, ultra-liberal, eco-fanatic whose incapability to be in touch with reality is legendary. After 10 months in office she managed to block crucial projects for the development of Greece (e.g., the partial deviation of river Acheloos) due to the insistence of fringe ecologist groups and to derail any other project that would damage her ecological profile. Her last achievement was the ban on the annual precautionary sprays against dangerous mosquitoes in areas of Northern Greece. As a result seven people died from the West Nile virus. The reason behind the decision to ban the sprays indicates her radical ecological beliefs and it is attributed to her anxiety on the damage the sprays would cause to the fragile “mosquito society.”
Theodora Tzakri is the new star of PASOK. She climbed fast in the hierarchy of the party despite or maybe because of her provocative and inappropriate (for a member of the parliament) appearance and speech problems which she has been battling to eliminate for years. Jeffrey Papandreou appointed her vice-minister in the Ministry of the Interior and she became one of the staunch supporters of the law which changed the rules for the acquisition of the Greek nationality by foreigners. The law will be examined thoroughly in the following parts of this study. T. Tzakri is allegedly of Slavic origin and there is plenty of anecdotal evidence to support that claim. Her actions as the vice-minister have been in accordance with that allegation. She was the main architect of the law that enables the return to Greece of 50,000 Slavs from FYROM who in the communist mutiny of 1944–1949 fought along with the communists and later fled or were expelled from Greece. Such a decision will result in cataclysmic events since it artificially creates an ethnic minority and offers the opportunity to the government of FYROM to promote its propaganda regarding ethnic “Macedonians” within Greece.
The aforementioned examples simply indicate the kind of people who are in power in Greece. Besides them, a large number of foreign advisers surround Jeffrey Papandreou and cost millions to the Greek people. Unsurprisingly most belong to the international “good ol’ boy network” of Jewish intellectuals (e.g., Leif Petrogsky), Jewish economic gurus (e.g., Joseph Stiglitz), bankers and members of the Bilderberg Club (e.g., Tommaso Padoa Schioppa), and ex-far leftists turned policy makers (e.g., Joeff Malgan). All of them have in common that they are old friends of Jeffrey Papandreou and with one notable exception (that of Prof. Kevin Featherstone) know absolutely nothing of Greece and the Greek society. One could ask, what would benefit Greece the employment of such highly-paid and dubious advisers? Are not the ministers and their teams enough for the prime minister of Greece? How come all the advisers happen to be good friends of Jeffrey Papandreou? Perhaps the answer is quite simple and not technical at all. Jeffrey Papandreou has lived in Greece for enough time to acquire some Greek customs. One of them is that when you inherit a fortune the first thing you do is to make presents to your close friends. The “fortune” of the story is of course Greece struck by a severe financial crisis. A financial crisis, which Jeffrey Papandreou did whatever he could to accelerate and deepen.
The wealth of a State is largely based on two key components: the ingenuity, education and industriousness of its people (especially of its middle class) and its natural resources. If those two exist and are effectively combined then a state and its people can prosper. If the first is missing then the solution is to seek the technical advice of more advanced nations. If a State lacks natural resources then its only course of action is to acquire such resources from abroad, either by buying them or by exploiting those of other countries. Greece has no shortage of either, nevertheless she is considered one of the poorest countries in Europe, her manufacturing and heavy industry are non-existent, and she has to import almost every technological product from abroad. Why? The answer to that disturbing question is simple. What Greece lacks is the leadership willing to combine the aforementioned components for development, and that happens for a crucial reason: the modern Greek state has never been an independent state and its leaders (with a few notable exceptions) have been always chosen by outside forces to serve the interests not of the Greek nation but of others.
The fact that Greece is nothing more than a country-destination for tourists and that tourism is considered its primary industry reflects a conscious decision taken not by Greeks but by foreigners and implemented by the governments of Greece. That is not a wild conspiracy theory: there is plenty of evidence to support it. Interestingly such information is sometimes available in open sources, provided someone knows how to search as well as read between the lines. To avoid losing the reader in a sea of dates, names, documents, and agreements, we will present here one of the crucial studies on Greek economy which was later used as a guidance for the direction the economic development of the Greek State would follow. After the end of World War Two, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) devised a study-blueprint for Greece’s economic development, the plan also involved the World Bank (WB) which would make sure it was rigidly followed. The study was propositioned by Moshe Ezekiel in 1947 (no need to explain the origin of the name). Head of the WB at the time was Eugene Isaac Meyer—Jewish as well of course. The study focused solely on the coming 25 years. Its directions were simple, although expressed in an ambiguous language. Essentially, Greece was discouraged from developing any serious form of heavy metallurgical and chemical industry. The study also proposed the creation of a permanent advisory committee with powers far surpassing the advisory level and able even to parole the paying off of international loans of the state etc. In other words, any plans for the strategic development and industrialization of Greece were cancelled, the Greek economy was to be formed in a way which would make the Greek state totally dependent on international markets. The answer to the question most Greeks always ask as to why Greece never created an automobile industry or a military industry capable to build anything above bombs and infantry weapons lies in that study. Nevertheless, even under those strict rules, Greece managed to develop some heavy industry which remained largely intact until the restoration of democracy in 1974.
As aforementioned, the study of Moshe Ezekiel had a surprisingly short (25 years) scope. That puzzled the Greek economists who studied it thoroughly at the time. In retrospect, the 25 years scope does make sense. Because roughly after 25 years the study was conducted, the Greek state under the leadership of Konstantinos (Constantine) Karamanlis (the elder) embarked on a course of nationalization and economic strangulation of large industrial sectors which was eventually completed when the socialist Andreas (Andrew) Papandreou came to power in 1981. When the de-industrialization process was finished, the country focused on the tertiary sector and especially tourism. Was that a coincidence? It is really difficult to tell. However the reader should be aware of an important axiom when studying history. What is usually referred as “the system” is always several steps ahead of those opposing it and has long term plans. If things do not make sense at the time they are implemented, it is because the outsiders are incapable of seeing the full picture. With the passage of time, the pieces are placed in the right order and the puzzle is completed.
With no heavy industry there is no real initiative for a country to dig up and take advantage of its natural resources, and with no developed mining and refining industry there is no ability to do it properly and sell it to others. As a result the natural resources stay buried in the ground waiting for a company or the State to exploit them. Due to room limitations, a detailed study of the mineral wealth of Greece is not possible, thus the focus will be mainly on the three crucial energy sources which Greece has in plenty, uranium, oil, and natural gas.
As a matter of fact, since 1950, it has been known that quantities of uranium ore exist in areas of Northern Greece. The discovery attracted the attention of American scientific groups which visited the country in order to conduct extended researches on the subject. The search for the Greek uranium continued until 1995, but the findings in most cases were kept from the public. In 1996 a leaked document from the Institute of Geology and Mineral Exploration of Greece appeared in a newspaper which revealed that Greece has one of the largest deposits of uranium ore in the world, located in Kavala, Northern Greece. Similar studies continued to leak and appeared in Greek newspapers, proving the abundance of uranium ore deposits in several areas of Northern Greece such as Serres, Kilkis, and the Chalcidice peninsula. Unsurprisingly the deposits have until now remained unexploited. Those voices that argued in favor of the creation of an industry of mining and enriching uranium were ignored. Sixty years after the discovery of the first uranium deposit in Greece, no government has dared to do anything other than dismiss the pleas of frustrated scientists who call for the immediate excavation of the ore. Of course, if the Greek State decided to act and take advantage of that mineral treasure, it would be able to pay off its debt, acquire the necessary amount of money to invest on the building of civilian nuclear reactors, thus becoming independent in terms of energy, and even export electricity in the Balkans and elsewhere. Moreover, given the unfavorable conventional military balance between Greece and Turkey, it could promote the argument that it has the right to develop nuclear weapons as a credible deterrence. The price of enriched uranium is on a continuous rise on the market and one gram of it is estimated to $20,000. Only by taking advantage of its uranium ore Greece could transform from the poor man of Europe into a regional energy superpower and able to join the small “nuclear weapons club.” Consequently, its importance in the international chessboard would be multiplied, its borders would be secured, and Greeks would prosper. One could argue that based on the eastern Mediterranean balance of power a nuclear Greece would force other countries to go nuclear as well, with Turkey first. A nuclear Turkey in the underbelly of Russia would not be welcomed by a Soviet or post-Soviet Kremlin. Such an explanation for renouncing the Greek state’s right to exploit its uranium ore could be described as reasonable. However, Greece is rich not only in uranium, but in other conventional fuels as well such as oil and natural gas and it has done very little to use them in its favor.
There is an abundance of articles, books and studies regarding the oil deposits in Greece. It will not be an exaggeration to repeat the words of Nikolaos Zardinidis who in 1978 and as a Minister of Public Works said that Greece is an island that swims in oil. Until now large quantities of oil have been discovered in Thermaikos Gulf, in north-eastern Aegean Sea, Western Greece, and southward of Crete. Of particular importance are considered the oil deposits south-east of the Aegean island of Thassos, and in other areas close to the islands of Samothrace and Mitylene. Those deposits, although known for quite some time, remained unexploited due to the volatile Greek-Turkish relations and a series of agreements between the two countries in which Greece, following stubbornly an appeasement policy, agreed to abstain from any form of geological research in disputed territories or international waters. Every time the officials of the Greek statehood are confronted with questions regarding the dormant oil deposits in the Aegean Sea, they repeat the mantra of a possible aggressive reaction of Turkey to any research or drilling operation. Of course the fact that for 35 years, after the fall of the military regime, they did nothing to confront, counter, and contain the Turkish threat is always out of the conversation.
Nevertheless, even if we accept the theory of the Turkish threat, there is absolutely no excuse for the Greek state to remain inactive in regards to the oil deposits in the Ionian Sea. In the island of Zakynthos (Zante) oil literally gushes out of the soil. During the period of the military rule, a brilliant Greek industrialist and scientist, Sotiris Sofianopoulos, acquired the permission to extract oil in the area of Keri, Zakynthos. He did that successfully until the military regime fell. Democracy was restored, and the oil in Zakynthos began to attract attention. The interest about the oil deposits in Greece was renewed. The government of K. Karamanlis the elder (almost deified today by Center-Right voters) acted swiftly. Sofianopoulos was arrested on false charges and brought to a trial. The court eventually dropped the charges, but Sofianopoulos’ oil drilling plan ceased to exist. That was not enough for the Greek state apparatus however; Sofianopoulos was hunted down and destroyed financially by the combined forces of the government and the banks.
Natural gas is closely associated with oil. Greece has no shortage of it either. 12,000,000 cubic meters of natural gas have been estimated in a deposit near Zakynthos and approximately 450,000,000 cubic meters in Thessaloniki. Strong evidence suggests the existence of other natural gas deposits northward of the island of Crete. Up until now Greece has made use of only a tiny fraction of its hydrocarbons, with the notable exception of the deposits at the Prinos-Kavala basin. Whilst other Mediterranean states (including the Republic of Cyprus) have been constantly exploring their depths for hydrocarbons, Greece remains largely unexplored. To cover its growing energy market Greece buys its natural gas from Russia and it spends 10,000,000 euros per year in Arab and Russian oil! The reluctance of the Greek State to extract its uranium ore and take advantage of its hydrocarbons has made the country 70% dependable on foreign energy sources.
Gold is also not rare in Greece. According to the Institute of Geology and Mineral Exploration (IGME) only in the area of Rhodope, the gold deposit which has been discovered is evaluated up to 9 billion euros. Similar deposits exist in other parts of Northern Greece (Serres, Kilkis, Chalcidice peninsula) and in several islands of the Aegean Sea (e.g. Mitylene, Chios, Lemnos). Greece currently buys 14 tons of gold a year mainly from Switzerland to sustain its goldsmith industry. Extracting the gold would be obviously a boost in Greek economy; however, the Greek state found a clever way to merely pause all the excavations and exploitation of the Greek gold. In the early 2000s, it allowed a spurious company, TVX Gold (and its Greek department TVX Hellas) to extract the quantities of gold in Chalcidice. TVX Gold managed to extract 1,000,000 tons of ore but carelessly destroyed the surrounding area with its highly toxic wastes of which most were directed into the sea turning the blue waters of the Bay of Ierissos into red. The inhabitants of the area revolted and demanded the immediate halting of all mining operations. That was of course what all the ecological organizations needed to start condemning any form of mining as destructive to the environment and hazardous for the people. Nowadays, when someone calls for the extraction of the Greek gold he faces a unified opposition from a variety of ad hoc groups, conservation organizations, and Left-wing fanatics. These people galvanize and mobilize the communities next to areas of possible mining operations with prophecies of an impeding doom for them and the environment. Thus, the gold remains buried, the Greek government now has an excuse not to do anything to exploit it, and TVX Gold had sufficient time to make lots of money by extracting gold without spending anything in securing its hazardous wastes. To complete the puzzle the reader should be aware that TVX Gold belongs to György Soros, the widely known Jewish economic guru, promoter of “color revolutions,” and supporter of hundreds of progressive NGOs (of which several of them are environmentalist).
Apart from gold, the Greek soil also hides in large quantities other precious metals such as silver, copper, iridium, and palladium. Any country that has these aforementioned metals, and manages to extract them and use them for its own advantage can have its geo-economic profile skyrocketed. In terms of key strategic minerals (iron, manganese, chromium, and nickel) Greece is the only country in Europe that has all of them. Until the 1990s, it was the sole producer and exporter of manganese in Europe, but its production stopped when the European Union decided to start buying the cheaper manganese from Brazil. Since 1982, rare metals such as lanthanum, thulium, thorium, and others were found to exist in high concentration in several areas in Greece. Similarly, in terms of precious and semi-precious stones studies have shown the existence of rubies, sapphires, amethysts, and dozens of others. No effort has ever been made by any Greek government to mine them. The last discovery on the grounds of minerals was that buried in the Aegean Sea (north of Crete and in Kastelorizo island) large deposits of methane hydrates exist. Methane hydrates have been described as the fuel of the future which will eventually replace oil.
In other words, Greece by using its immense natural resources could have easily become one of the richest countries on earth. Instead of that it remains a poor state seeking to survive by foreign loans and by tourism. There is no doubt that several decades ago it was decided that Greece will remain underdeveloped and totally dependable on other countries. As mentioned earlier, what it is usually called “the system” is always several steps ahead and has long term plans. The Greek State has kept its mineral wealth intact, throughout all those decades, not as strategic reserves for the future, but because it was ordered to do so. A new “Plan Oldenburg” detailing the exploitation of the natural resources of Greece must exist somewhere and most probably Jeffrey Papandreou was allowed to own a copy. The plan will be implemented as soon as Greece goes bankrupt and dissolves. This time the aggressors are not the Germans and the victim is not the invaded USSR. It is the “circumcised banker elite” as the aggressor and Greece as the victim. But in order for the former to accomplish its plans it had to create a grave economic crisis and install a puppet government dedicated to the eradication of the Greek statehood and its people.