A most interesting report popped up in the Greek media this week: Greek PM Tsipras Allegedly Asked Russia for $10 Bln to Print Drachmas. Here is a key excerpt…
>>> The July 5 referendum was a test for Tsipras to see what the Greek people were thinking about Europe and the Eurozone. However, on the night of the referendum, word came from Russia that Putin did not want to support Greece’s return to the drachma. That was confirmed the days that followed. After that, Tsipras had no choice left but to “surrender” to German Chancellor Angela Merkel and sign the third bailout package. <<<
In the days since the report surfaced, both RT and Sputnik have come out with Russian denials. So who is telling the truth, the Greek newspaper or the Russian news services? To answer this question, let’s go back to Waterloo Day, June 18th.
If you recall, two separate meetings convened on that day: the Eurozone was meeting to supposedly decide Greece’s fate, and the BRICS were meeting at the St. Petersburg Forum. And which meeting did Tsipras and his delegation of government ministers attend? The St. Petersburg meeting. Here is a June 19 WorldOil.com report of what one of Greece’s Ministers did there…
>>> Russia signed a preliminary agreement on building a natural-gas pipeline through Greece, a deal that signals strengthening ties between the countries as the crisis-stricken government in Athens is increasingly isolated from the rest of Europe.
Russia’s development bank, known as VEB, will own 50% of the 2 billion-euro link and provide all financing, Greek Energy Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis told reporters after the signing in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Friday. Greece will own the rest, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said. <<<
And on the day that Minister Lafazanis was attending that signing, can you guess what else he told the press? According to Sputnik…
“On June 19, Greek Energy Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis told Sputnik that Greece could become the first non-founder members of the NDB, joining on an equal footing as its current members, as soon as the bank was launched.
The NDB is expected to begin operations on July 7, according to Russian Deputy Finance Minister Sergei Storchak.”
And let’s not forget that Greek Prime Minister Tsipras met with the President of the BRICS Bank during the Forum as well. From the Greek Reporter…
“Tsipras also met with representatives of the new development bank for BRICS countries, who expressed their intense interest in cooperating with Greece.”
So as of June 19, the Greeks had signed with the Russians and were expecting to be welcomed into the BRICS Bank as soon as it began operations in early July. When the time came, though, Putin balked. Why? What happened – or didn’t happen – that made Putin reverse direction in the time between June 19 and the BRICS Summit on July 8-9?
In order to correctly answer these questions, we must first remind ourselves of a key facet of the New World Order transition strategy: the planned rise of the Mises Mafia.
Once the globalists trigger the final collapse of the Interim World Order (the Bretton Woods arrangement), people will be angry, current political leaders will take the blame, and new leadership will be needed. It goes without saying that the globalists did not leave the public’s search for new leaders to chance; they have been pre-marketing a cadre of controlled opposition leaders who will ride the wave of public outrage into office (and then implement the NWO’s policies). This cadre includes Ron and Rand Paul in the US, Marine Le Pen in France, and Nigel Farage in the UK.
In Greece, though, it is this man…
…Panos Kammenos, leader of “the Greek UKIP.” – (from Breitbart)
The globalists arranged for the odd pairing of Tsipras’ “left wing” Syriza Party and Kammenos’ “right wing” Independent Greeks Party in order to place Kammenos into the post of Greek Defense Minister. As the civilian leader of the Greek military, he would be in a key position should any civil disorder occur as the West puts the screws to the Greek people.
This being said, the Russians DO want the Greeks to switch over to the BRICS, but they don’t want Tsipras to be the one who does it; they want Kammenos to bring the Greeks in. If they had let Tsipras lead the switchover, he and Syriza would have been the heroes and the way forward for Kammenos would be blocked. Being part of the Occulted Powers who are pulling the strings on this whole East vs. West puppet show, the Eastern Orthodox Church wants an award-winning Orthodox Christian (Kammenos) to be the hero, not a godless communist (Tsipras). Tsipras and Syriza’s role is to take the fall.
With Panos Kammenos’ central role in mind, we can now ask ourselves why Putin stiffed the Greeks earlier this month. And in pondering the answer, two plausible scenarios come to mind…
1) The globalists’ failure to pull the trigger on Greece’s banks on June 22 meant there was no civil disorder and no opportunity for Kammenos to step in and play the hero before the BRICS Summit occurred. Therefore, Putin had no choice but to backtrack on a Greek rescue until another opportunity presents itself.
2) The whole process of inviting Syriza into the BRICS Bank was a setup. Once the Greeks were fully committed (the day of the referendum), Putin withdrew his offer and left Syriza to twist in the wind. Now the globalists will apply pressure to the Greeks until they snap, and Syriza will fall so Kammenos can step up.
I’ll be adding more supporting information to this entry over the next few days.
For the previous update from this series, click here.