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01 October, 2015

Tsipras vainly seeks support for Greece in the other side of the Atlantic

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The Greek PM, Alexis Tsipras, made some contacts during his recent trip to the US, in an effort to find allies for the Greek debt problem. Yesterday, he made some statements showing that he expects much more from the US and the IMF concerning the debt relief than from Brussels.

The new story supplied by the mainstream media, is that the IMF mafia supports a type of relief for the Greek debt against the Berlin puppets and the Brussels bureaufascists. The Greek government and Tsipras continue to make serious mistakes and estimations. In this case, they are convinced that any kind of debt relief is the most important for the moment.

In reality this is only a secondary matter which will not fix Greece's problem, especially under IMF terms. It seems that it is only a tiny reward for SYRIZA to become a systemic social-democratic party which will obey to the global plutocracy mechanisms.

The statements from both IMF and German officials, proves the above. IMF head, Christine Lagarde, during a meeting with the Greek Minister of Economy, Infrastructure, Shipping and Tourism, Giorgos Stathakis, pointed that IMF is willing to help Greece make the necessary "reforms". At the same time, German officials from the Ministry of Finance stated that Greece should follow every detail of the 3rd memorandum agreement to achieve the necessary "reforms".

Again, everyone knows that the new agreement contains more catastrophe for Greece. Debt is the tool to force Greece make the "reforms" towards the complete deregulation of the labor market and sell off public assets.

That's why the Brussels-Berlin axis wanted to get rid of SYRIZA's radical part, together with Zoe Konstantopoulou who formed a commission for the audit of public debt. Unfortunately, Tsipras and SYRIZA's moderate continue to make wrong estimations that will not help Greece escape from the dead end.

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