New revelations by the former Greek Minister of Finance, Yanis Varoufakis, prove again who's in charge of the European Financial Dictatorship (EFD). As ekathimerini reports:
Yanis Varoufakis was instructed last year by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to put together a small team of people to draw up a plan for introducing a parallel currency if Greece was unable to reach an agreement with its lenders on a new bailout, the ex-finance minister said in a TV interview late Tuesday. [...] Varoufakis added that he was against efforts to secure funding from Russia but that there had been an agreement with China regarding investment in Greece, including in Greek bonds. “This agreement was overturned, though, with a phone call from Berlin,” he claimed.
Varoufakis also confirmed that the whole mechanism (EFD, IMF and Berlin Directorate), trapped Tsipras, forcing him to accept the catastrophic deal, with a debt relief as an exchange:
The outspoken economist said that he became frustrated with Tsipras when the prime minister agreed to a primary surplus target of 3.5 percent of GDP for the coming years, saying that he thought this goal was “macroeconomically impossible.” Tsipras told him that he agreed in return for receiving debt relief.
As mentioned already in previous article:
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. [fa.ev/tsipras-vainly-seeks-support-for-greece]
As Varoufakis also revealed, Tsipras finally decided to retreat under the pressure of moderate officials, like Deputy Prime Minister Yiannis Dragasakis.
Although it is not clear why Varoufakis didn't want Russian financial support, the deal with China would be a good chance for Greece to escape from the catastrophic policies imposed by the Brussels-Berlin axis and the IMF mafia. Which shows that the European Financial Dictatorship will do whatever it takes to keep the eurozone members under its hegemony.
It also shows that the only way for a debt colony to be liberated from this dictatorship, would be to return to its national currency.