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23 September, 2015

Brussels bureaufascists mark another victory in the Greek battlefield

by system failure

SYRIZA won clearly the snap elections in Greece and Independent Greeks entered the new parliament. This means that the story will be continued from where it has stopped and the government coalition of SYRIZA/Independent Greeks stays in power, although with less seats this time (155 against 162 from the elections of January). Of course, under these circumstances, no one knows whether this government will manage to finish its term normally, or whether Greeks will have to go to vote again, say in a year from now.

One will naturally wonder: So why should Greece go through another electoral process? What's the point? The answer is that the Brussels bureaufascists had to get rid of the 'dangerous' part of SYRIZA, the most radical MPs who formed Popular Unity after the split of the party.

Zoe Konstantopoulou and Costas Lapavitsas are two examples of MPs who joined Popular Unity. Konstantopoulou took action right after SYRIZA won the elections in January. As Speaker of the Greek Parliament, she took initiatives to start an investigation for big scandals of previous governments, like the Siemens scandal.

But her most important initiative was the formation of a committee which would investigate the Greek public debt. With the help of foreign experts, the Committee of Truth for the National Debt, was making fast progress and the first findings showed that the Greek public debt is illegal, illegitimate, and odious. The Greek public debt case had started to attract international attention and this had certainly alarmed Brussels and Berlin. Why?

1st, because the final report would have certainly point to the real criminals (the bankers), who were saved with taxpayers' money, and Greece paid them with unprecedented cuts in wages and pensions. Greece was sacrificed so that to save mostly the German, the French, and the Greek banks.

2nd, because Greece could have become an example for other eurozone countries to proceed in audit of their debts.

Costas Lapavitsas is one of the supporters of national currency for Greece and more people started paying attention to his analysis of how and why Greece should leave eurozone, especially after Tsipras' defeat in the negotiations with the creditors. Also, Yanis Varoufakis didn't participate in Popular Unity, but clearly stated his support to the party before the elections.

Therefore, Brussels bureaufascists have an extra reason to celebrate. Not only managed to get rid of Varoufakis, as also Matteo Renzi recently cynically admitted, and split SYRIZA. They also managed to get rid of the 'dangerous' radicals for good, as Popular Unity did not enter the new parliament.

A critical factor for the result of the elections was the unprecedented figure of those who didn't vote (~43%), which shows the big disappointment of the Greek society and especially the youth. Popular Unity, was formed quickly, under an emergency situation after the split of SYRIZA, therefore didn't manage to persuade the voters about the viability of plan B, the return to national currency.

Although the European Financial Dictatorship (EFD) is not very happy with the result because SYRIZA doesn't have to cooperate with parties promoted by the establishment like PASOK, Potami, or even, Union of Centrists, Tsipras and Kammenos, implied recently that PASOK could participate in the coalition, under specific circumstances. In this case, the plan would be almost completed according to Berlin and the bureaufascists.

But even though this will not happen, the Brussels-Berlin axis will take for granted that Greeks have accepted the 3rd catastrophic memorandum, and force the coalition government to apply every detail of the Greek experiment, according to scenario 1, as described.

This will be also an attempt to reject the clear 'OXI' (NO) against the brutal policies of the Greek people in the referendum. EFD puppets should know that this 'OXI' is already a historic event and cannot be changed. It will play a significant role in future for the change of Europe towards real Democracy.

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