by system failure
While everyone was hoping for a deal between Greece and the creditors, the usual suspect, IMF, decided to undermine the negotiations again. The representatives of the global financial mafia had no choice this time but to expose themselves totally, dissolving the last pretexts.
Now, it is more than obvious that the only thing they care about is to get rid of the Leftist government in Greece, as soon as possible. From the first moment, when Tsipras presented equivalent measures to meet the fiscal targets, the propaganda inside and outside Greece was launched in full force. The mainstream media tried to present the measures as being worse than those proposed by the previous Samaras administration, in order to deconstruct Tsipras administration in front of the Greek voters.
This time, IMF took the role of the "bad cop" and returned to its initial positions, demanding further cuts in pensions and wages. IMF claimed that the increase in taxation for big businesses would lead to further recession. In reality the fund and the European institutions want to protect big businesses and multinationals, eliminating at the same time the small-medium business sector.
Remarkably, the latest development could be considered another tactical win by the Greek government. The Greek officials showed that they are willing to make compromises, bringing equivalent measures on the table. While some moderate European officials said that this could be a start for a new deal, IMF turned 180 degrees and blew up the approach. The reason is simple: according to the Greek proposals, the weight of the taxation would have been transferred to big businesses, instead of the usual victims which are the pensioners and the workers, and this is not good for the interests that the IMF serves.
Moreover, the Greek proposals would have set in danger the Greek experiment because they were rejecting further cuts and further dissolution of labor rights. This is certainly quite far from the creditors' plans.
Tsipras didn't miss the chance and said that "The non-acceptance of equivalent measures is unprecedented. Neither in Ireland nor in Portugal. Nowhere! This strange stance may be due to two reasons. Either they do not want an agreement or they serve specific interests in Greece," (fa.ev/tsipras-either-they-do-not-want), exposing IMF and the rest of the "institutions".
Now the puzzle is completed. Everything is clear. This is a class war, as we mentioned many times in this blog: The current Greek government should be removed even without pretexts through this financial fascism because it threatens plutocrats' plans. Podemos follow in Spain and they are afraid that they may lose the control of Europe. European people should be prepared for the war.