Saturday, February 21, 2015

This Is What a Sellout Looks Like

Below Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis and IMF chief Christine Lagarde, after a deal was reached between eurozone banksters and the new Greek government.

The decision to request an extension of the current programme is a significant U-turn for Mr. Tsipras [the new Greek prime minister], who had promised in his election campaign to kill the existing bailout.
It also leaves the IMF and EU institutions — the European Central Bank and European Commission — in control of evaluating Greece’s economic reform measures and the disbursement of bailout funds, despite Mr Tsipras’ vow to rid Greece of the hated “troika” of bailout monitors.



  1. Nice product placement for Burberry.

  2. Voters never learn that politicians never keep their campaign promises.

  3. What's with the scarf ?
    Is this a Greek Khmer Rouge kinda thing ?

  4. Supreme carpet muncher meets a giddy voldemort