What’s happening in Greece? Regime change using banks & TV stations as cluster bombs. @MartinSchulz spelled it out – EU overthrowing Syriza
— Paul Mason (@paulmasonnews) July 2, 2015
Schulz on Thursday told German Handelsblatt business daily that “new elections would be necessary if the Greek people vote for the reform programme and thus for remaining in the eurozone and Tsipras, as a logical consequence, resigns.”
The time between the departure of Tsipras’ hard-left Syriza party and new elections would have to “be bridged with a technocratic government, so that we can continue to negotiate,” Schulz was quoted as saying.
“If this transitional government reaches a reasonable agreement with the creditors, thenSyriza’s time would be over,” he said. “Then Greece has another chance.”
Schulz charged that Tsipras was “unpredictable and manipulates the people of Greece, in a way which has almost demagogical traits.”
“My faith in the willingness of the Greek government to negotiate has now reached rock bottom,” he said
Luckily, he [Martin Schulz] has an idea for a solution…the time between the departure of Tsipras’ hard-left Syriza party and new elections would have to “be bridged with a technocratic government, so that we can continue to negotiate.”
Just what The Greeks need – another “Yes man” puppet government to implement whatever Europe’s bankers demand.
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