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A new round of statements bombardment has started by the mainstream propaganda network in Greece and abroad. As expected, the propaganda will peak as we approach the day of the national elections in Greece. The major concern of the global financial mafia which pulls the strings of the Western puppet governments, is the possibility of a Leftist government in Greece that could put in danger the successful completion of the neoliberal experiment and its expansion.
What we've witnessed the last few days, is another operation of the politics of "absolute confusion". Statements of various sources – global mainstream media, European officials, German government representatives, newspapers and magazines - target mainly the Greek voters, in an effort to spread the confusion about what could happen in case that they choose new political powers (and especially from the Leftist spectrum), instead of the traditional powers that governed Greece for forty years now and fully adopted the neoliberal doctrine.
Latest example, statements by the European officials that there is no way of Grexit in any case, which are contradictory to articles supporting the high probability of a Grexit in case that voters will "dare" to vote for anti-neoliberal powers. On the top of that, some sources support that a Grexit could mark even the end of the eurozone, while others support the fact that the eurozone is now safe and stable even under the possibility of a Grexit.
What is really going on? There are three basic hypotheses:
First, we are dealing with a quite sophisticated, relatively new method of political control, according to which all mechanisms that actually belong to the same side, supply the public with controversial estimations, information and predictions, in order to confuse minds and create further uncertainty and fear, or even panic.
This could be proved very useful in the case of the Greek national elections, as it could make some critical mass of voters to deter the possibility of an autonomous Leftist government. Through this process, critical thought and independent decision could be abolished. The line between good and bad, right and wrong, almost vanishes. This method of political control is described by Adam Curtis in his short film: http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/p/blog-page_1.html
Second, the system is deregulated in such a degree that no one is really certain of what could happen under specific events. In this case, we may have to deal with a global system that is driven to an increasing uncertainty, through an increasingly chaotic pattern.
Third, a combination of the previous hypotheses.
In a modern economic war, the narratives in the first case, could indeed be proved very useful. In fact, they have been successfully applied repeatedly during the last four years in Greece. The breaking of the middle class is only an example: http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2013/05/middle-class-civil-war-in-greece-latest.html
However, the Greek experiment, eventually, turned out to be a failure in every aspect. The cruel neoliberal policies have left behind millions of devastated lives, but the economic indexes didn't improve at all. On the contrary, public debt rose, unemployment hit record high, as well as poverty and social exclusion.
In such an unstable, but technologically evolved financialized world, it's only a matter of a few zeros in a computer screen for a country to end up to default. The impact in peoples' lives, however, is real. The "brilliant minds" who designed the experiment in Greece are now in panic. They might pay for their arrogance and cruelty. They pulled the rope to the edge and broke it. It's not only their experiment in danger, but also this new method of political control - which they repeatedly used and is based on the absolute confusion and uncertainty - exactly because of the undeniable destruction they created.