10 years WikiLeaks
On the occasion of 10 years anniversary, WikiLeaks and Julian Assange held a news conference via video-link yesterday, in which Assange promised more revelations related to the oncoming US elections, before the election day.
The most significant revelations of WikiLeaks through these years were also presented, but it would be useful to refer to a recent revelation that the media almost ignored, concerning IMF and Greece.
As Paul Mason reported back in April: “The International Monetary Fund has been caught, red handed, plotting to stage a 'credit event' that forces Greece to the edge of bankruptcy, using the pretext of the Brexit referendum. [...] Released by Wikileaks, the discussion took place in Athens just before the IMF walked out of talks aimed at giving Greece the green light for the next stage of its bailout.”
The dialogue between Poul Thomsen, director of the IMF's European department, and Delia Velculescu, head of the IMF mission to Greece, revealed by WikiLeaks, is indicative, showing that the IMF mafia executives would try anything to force the Greek government sign every last detail of the memorandum that definitely transforms Greece into a debt colony. A part of the dialogue is characteristic:
THOMSEN: What is going to bring it all to a decision point? In the past there has been only one time when the decision has been made and then that was when they were about to run out of money seriously and to default. Right?
THOMSEN: And possibly this is what is going to happen again. In that case, it drags on until July, and clearly the Europeans are not going to have any discussions for a month before the Brexits and so, at some stage they will want to take a break and then they want to start again after the European referendum.
THOMSEN: But that is not an event. That is not going to cause them to… That discussion can go on for a long time. And they are just leading them down the road… why are they leading them down the road? Because they are not close to the event, whatever it is.
VELCULESCU: I agree that we need an event, but I don’t know what that will be.
The revelation by WikiLeaks coincided with the Panama Papers bubble. Therefore, the mainstream media quickly turned to Panama Papers and actually ignored this significant revelation concerning Greece and its blood-sucking representatives of the global financial mafia.
It appears that Thomsen has been withdrawn from the "negotiations" with Greece, but guess what: Velculescu still comes freely and undisturbed to Greece, on behalf of IMF, to finish the "negotiations"!
In a normal, truly sovereign country, she should have been arrested from the first moment she would arrive back in the country, in order to be questioned about intending to proceed in illegal actions that would harm country's interests.
Indeed, in a normal country. Not in the debt colony called Greece ...