Sunday, February 8, 2015

More Indications Greece is Going to Cave to the Banksters

I wonder what kind of dirt the banksters have on Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.

It appears that Tsipras is going to cave to the banksters, negating everything he promised to the Greek people about being tough with the ECB, IMF and World Bank.

Tsipras told lawmakers in Athens that the government is seeking a bridge agreement to provide government funding until June, when he hopes to have a more lasting arrangement with international creditors, reports Bloomberg.

The next key meeting will be with Greece’s EU partners that is sheduled for Feb. 11 in Brussels, when Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis faces his 18 euro-area counterparts in an emergency meeting.

During his speech before the Greek parliament he also said that his decision to fulfill his campaign pledges is “irrevocable.” But that seems unlikely if he is attempting to negotiate with banksters about a bridge loan. There will be no bridge loans unless the banksters have Greece tied up in knots.



  1. They may have something on him, as you say. But don't discount the possibility that they threatened his family if he didn't play ball.

    1. I was thinking this myself. If there isn't dirt, then family can be threatened. Then once someone's in there's dirt.