Ah, how? What? huh? Explain your theory in more detail.
The economic crisis in Greece is a result of governments poor management since the 80's & the Euro and EU (ie read Germany).
Since the 80's when Greece returned to being a democracy after the fall of the dictatorship, Greek governments have largely been socialist, and even
when the conservative New Democracy party was in government they still maintained similar socialist policies overall. By socialist policies I refer to
running budget deficits, and an ever growing public sector, all the while the private sector and foreign investments were neglected.
Along comes the Euro. Even easier now to get more credit at lower rates. And that's what they did.
There was even the so called 13th pension. That is, a 13th monthly payment. But wait, there's only 12 months in a year. See what I mean about
socialist policies leading to disaster?
People often blame hosting the Olympics or defence spending as the reasons behind the economic crisis. They had nothing to do with the economic
crisis. Because the overall money spent on defence over the years wasn't that high, and by the time the Olympics returned home to Greece the budget
had been in deficit for decades and a huge debt had already been amassed.
Now, what most people don't know is that Greece's politicians as well as being highly corrupt and sell outs against their own people/country, are
actually all mostly foreign agents. Papandreou Jnr, who was Prime Minister when the crisis officially started, along with Samaras and a few others,
all went to college in the US and were all part of secret societies while there. Papandreou is a CIA asset. Karamanlis was targeted for assassination
by the CIA for trying to do an energy deal with Russia that involved pipelines coming from the Black Sea through Bulgaria into Thrace(Northern
Greece). The Russians tipped off the Greeks. The massive unrest that preceded Papandreou Jnr becoming PM, was orchestrated by the CIA and their assets
in Greece to bring down the Karamanlis government. As soon as he became PM, the unrest stopped. Not suspicious at all. They of course blame it on the
Police shooting of a teenager instead.
What Greece needed was not bailouts and German enforced anti-humane barbaric austerity that was more about Merkel punishing Greece for helping turn
the tide against her Hitler heroes.
What it needed was in fact economic reforms and spending cuts. Like all western governments implement to get their economies back on track. But what
Papandreou Jnr did was pull the trigger on the crisis and go to the EU and IMF. Not even attempting to pass economic reforms and budget reforms. Why?
Because he wasn't serving the Greek people and nation, he was serving foreign interests. And it was in their interest for the economic crisis to be
triggered in Greece, with it's huge debt.
Now why you ask? Because the financial system in Europe, namely the big German and French banks were in trouble.
Do you ever wonder why Greece's debt has increased, not as a percentage because of a decline in GDP figures, but as an actual figure it self? Greece
was bailed out yes? Why did it's debt increase as a figure then? So you thought. What really happened was the bad debts that had those big Euro banks
in trouble, were dumped on Greece in the form of bailouts. The European tax payers in their respective countries who contributed to these alleged bail
outs for Greece, were duped by their own governments and the unelected EU bureaucracy monster. Greece was the scapegoat, the sacrificial lamb. The
over the top austerity was forced by Germany, over WW2. It still owes Greece billions in reparations, as it agreed to revisit the issue after
It's a multi faceted issue. It was brought down because they needed a scapegoat for Europe's wider economic issues. Notice how much of the debt was
supposedly written off? That's because they realized that if they did dump it all on Greece and leave it there, Greece would buckle and jump out of
the EU and Euro, and THAT would have a destabilizing effect as other struggling EU countries would say # it and jump out as well. At the very least it
would have given a major boost to the EU skeptics.
The other is as I mentioned, the Karamanlis government wanting to do a pipeline deal with Russia. That went against US foreign policy for European
energy, that is they want to cut off Russia from being a major supplier to Europe because that weakens Russia as it removes a huge tool for leverage
If you take note that the East Mediterranean today is a hot bed of activity. It's not a coincidence.
First it started with Israel "discovering" gas and some oil off it's shores. Then Cyprus got in the game and contracted the same US company to do
exploration, and they too found gas reserves. Then Greece got in on the action too.
Today there is an East Med coalition between those three countries, with cooperation with Egypt and Libya, all overseen by the USA. Turkey is the big
loser at the moment. How it all plays out is another story that we will see unfold in the coming years.
Of course, it's been known for decades that there is a great wealth of gas and oil in the eastern Mediterranean and Aegean & Ionian seas. This is
information that has been buried in Greece, despite the great economic benefits it would have brought to Greece for decades now. However, through
corrupt politicians/governments controlled by the USA/EU, nothing was done. They sat on it. Now however, when Greece has been weakened further, and
it's in US interests, they are starting to explore those resources and will soon exploit them. Of course there is the obligatory Greek and Israeli
companies, even joint ventures with Cypriot entities involved, but the big winners financially will be the major western companies. Exxon, TOTAL,
Why is Turkey in Libya? Because Libya agreed to Greece's EEZ, which is against Turkeys claims. So they want to bring in a pro Turkey regime.
As for the wildfires, they are often used as a political tool to put pressure on government, or to distract from other issues. Of course there is a
large amount started by natural causes, ie lightning strikes. June 2018 there was close to 100,000 lightning strikes in Greece.
Property owners/developers who want to build something somewhere that is covered by forest. Greed and corruption basically.
Foreign agents, such as from Turkey. It's a form of psychological warfare of sorts, and an attempt at economic sabotage. Summer is peak tourist
And in recent times, illegal immigrants have been caught starting fires. Why? Because they don't get what they want, they act out in rage. Even more
reason to deport them all and turn them all away, besides the fact they don't belong in western countries to begin with.
There's been a lot of footage of mysterious individuals, faces concealed, starting fires.
There's even aerial footage of people starting fires.
I've even seen aerial footage of multiple fires igniting out of thin air. What caused it? Who knows. Maybe glass bottles/broken glass
shards..something which happens in Australia.
Maybe it is some sort of super weapon starting fires at times? There's been an increase in major fires occurring all over the world in recent times.
Coinciding with a major push of the global warming/climate change agendas. Coincidence?
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