Tsipras will be defeated one more time, unless he threaten seriously with Grexit
The Greek government is about to make one more attempt to show some resistance against the latest demands of the Troika (IMF, ECB, European Commission). After seven years of orchestrated economic destruction and one open financial coup by the ECB, Greece is experiencing another wave of huge pressure by its creditors to implement the last details of the brutal neoliberal experiment. The last demands concern the complete dissolution of labor rights and privatizing big parts of the Public Power Corporation in the energy sector.
The Greek PM, Alexis Tsipras, is about to make another attempt to resist, by bringing on table the forgotten social values of Europe, especially concerning the labor rights.
As Reuters reports:
EU officials said on Thursday they were hopeful Greece would drop its eleventh-hour objections to a declaration marking the bloc's 60th birthday, sparing it a major embarrassment as it struggles for unity despite the looming departure of Britain. The leaders of the European Union's 27 remaining states will mark the anniversary at a gathering in Rome on Saturday, four days before Britain is due to give formal notice of 'Brexit'.
Greece has threatened not to sign the Rome declaration setting out the bloc's vision of its future. It wants the text to make a clearer commitment to protecting workers' rights - an issue on which it is at loggerheads with international lenders who want it to adopt more reforms in return for new loans.
"The negotiations on the draft Rome Declaration have ended as the text was finalised by the EU27," an EU source said. "Only Greece has a general reservation on the text." The source added the chairman of EU summits, Donald Tusk, had spoken to Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on the matter. "This leaves us relatively confident that it will be possible for Tsipras to sign the Rome Declaration on Saturday."
Another EU diplomat said any attempt by Athens to win leverage on the international debt talks by holding off in Rome should not succeed: "We won't be blackmailed by one member state which is linking one EU issue with a totally different one." The person added that if Greece did not come on board by Saturday, the document - designed to emphasize unity and solidarity - could be adopted in Tusk's name rather than as a joint statement by 27 EU states and Brussels institutions.
Our guess is that Tsipras has no chance against the European puppets of the bankers and the lobbyists. They will impose their agenda no matter what it takes. Top officials of the euro-circus speak openly about a Europe of multiple levels. Meaning: anyone who resists against the neo-Feudal structure of this repulsive Europe, will be excluded. Those hypocrites do not care at all about the European unity and the European values. All they care about is their privileges through their interaction with the banks and the lobbies.
The last sentence from the report above speaks by itself: “if Greece did not come on board by Saturday, the document - designed to emphasize unity and solidarity - could be adopted in Tusk's name rather than as a joint statement by 27 EU states and Brussels institutions.”
Therefore, according to the best case scenario, Greece will be simply ignored. According to the worst case, the country will be threatened again with a sudden economic death.
The euro-clowns will force Tsipras to sign whatever they want. The only thing he can do is to fight back by threaten seriously with Grexit. They fear Grexit maybe even more than Brexit, because they have no idea what will happen to their rotten financial empire.
Of course Tsipras will never do it because he believes in euro and because he doesn't seem to have a serious plan for Grexit. But let's hope that we are wrong ...