Nearly a month before the 25th of January national elections in Greece, the blog described four possible basic scenarios for the outcome of the elections and what will follow: Various scenarios for the national elections in Greece
The worse scenario for the global financial mafia was the one that happened with SYRIZA forming a coalition government. As described "SYRIZA forms an autonomous government, or, a coalition with the help of the parties of the anti-austerity front. It will be the worse scenario for the global financial mafia as it could trigger an 'uncontrolled' general rise of the Left in Europe. In this case, the banking-media dictatorship in Greece will declare war against the new government, try to destabilize it, and throw it from power as soon as possible."
Indeed, the propaganda and the statements war in Greece and abroad by the system continues, targeting the wide popular acceptance that the new Greek government currently enjoys. (http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2015/03/varoufakis-outside-katrougalos-inside.html)
Recent mainstream media info circulation inside Greece and abroad include scenarios about possible Greek default, or, early elections soon. Greek officials fight back through statements showing that they are determined even to face the Grexit possibility rather than retreat and continue to implement the catastrophic neoliberal IMF measures.
The war of controversial statements from both sides continues, but the situation for Greece's lenders is equally difficult now. The euroempire faces two main problems: First, the financial system has been deregulated to such a degree that nearly no one has an idea about what will happen in case of Grexit, or, Grexident. Second, Greece may choose the Sino-Russian bloc and the related formations (Eurasian Union, BRICS, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank), as an alternative to the Western neoliberal catastrophe.
The controversial statements and usual threats by the global financial mechanisms are so frequent that they tend to become obsolete already, together with the new political control (http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2015/01/the-early-ending-of-new-political.html).
It seems that the only option of the lenders for the moment, is to keep injecting small frequent doses to Greece just to prevent permanent default. Meanwhile, they hope that SYRIZA coalition government will lose progressively a significant percentage of its current popularity among Greek people, through the continuous propaganda. Then, they could bring on surface scenario 2, or something close to it: “SYRIZA will not gather the required percentage to form an autonomous government. As the options are limited in the political anti-austerity front, it may be forced to cooperate with the Socialists (PASOK), which may be presented with a more populist profile to persuade that they start to abandon neoliberal ideology, and the River party, which is clearly a creation of the media to attract voters from the Left. These systemic parties will try to control as much as possible the coalition so that some basic 'achievements' of the Greek experiment will not be threatened. Subsequently, these parties may be used to destabilize the government by breaking the coalition.”
It is not accidental that the mainstream media in Greece and abroad also circulated similar scenarios, according to which the systemic neoliberal parties PASOK and Potami (River party) could contribute to a new coalition after the "clearance" of SYRIZA's most radical part!
It is important for the Greek government to survive against the propaganda war, at least until the Spanish national elections. It is also important for Podemos to mark a clear victory then. This could trigger a decisive change in Europe's course against today's dark path towards the new Feudalism.