According to some latest information from koutipandoras.gr website, former banking executives who appear that they still work for the banks, are trying to create an artificial "bank run" and make big funds to "flee" out of the country.
A former economic analyst of Alpha Bank appears to have a key role to this process, who met with foreign financial and banking analysts, a few hours before the beginning of the fall of the Athens stock market.
The former banking executive informed foreigners that the Greek banks appear to be insecure and not able to guarantee deposits, or, safe for foreign investors.
The same information was given by phone to selected big depositors confidentially from the bank's interior.*
Some Citi Bank executives in Athens were among the receivers of this directed "confidential" information which has been spread by them abroad. A few hours later, funds started to withdraw money from the Greek banks and the fall of the stock market began.
This practice, according to some analysts, is not targeting directly the Greek public, but aims to mobilize specific actions abroad to create a certain climate, information and reports in Greece. This means that there was an effort towards the creation of a negative situation through false information, so that foreign investors to flee from the banks, the stock market to fall, and the negative climate to be expanded through the new conditions.
It appears that this practice has been postponed for the moment by the Deputy Prime Minister of Greece, Giannis Dragasakis, who stated that the interests of private participation inside the Greek banks will not be affected.
We've seen already a similar case when Greece defaulted: "In other words, as long as Greece was playing the game of Goldman Sachs, giving economic benefits inside the Greek territory, there was no problem with lending. When the new government stopped giving such benefits, probably because no one knew where would lead in the future, international banksters-speculators mobilized every mean that they had (rating agencies, media etc.), in order to show who is the boss and that there is no way for the country to avoid default, except of playing with their rules." (http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2013/11/a-short-story-of-how-country-can.html)
* On the basis of a potential scenario, the key shareholders and depositors of special privileges, who will have the suitable access on "inside information" about an oncoming banking crisis, will have the opportunity to withdraw capitals and deposits on time, leaving the rest, therefore mostly, small depositors and independent shareholders, to pay the bill.
The mobilization by the global financial mafia this time will be more intense, as its representatives know that a potential Leftist government in Greece who may strongly resist against the austerity policies, could trigger an "uncontrolled" domino rise of the Leftist powers in Europe, who will fight against the neoliberal agenda. Make no mistake, the war will be hard. But there is no alternative. Either the European people will choose to fight determined and united, or, will be surrendered to the plutocrats who will bring the new Dark Ages. The "Battle of Greece" will be decisive ...