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Varoufakis, ‘During my time working in the Eurozone, I encountered evil that would be impossible to make up’

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Since leaving SYRIZA, former Greek finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis has been more vocal and forthcoming on what took place behind the scenes during the six month Greek debt crisis saga…that eventually lead to the utter humiliation of Alexis Tsipras, and a complete colonisation of the Hellenic Republic at the hands of Germany.

As one would expect, the oligarchs in Brussels appear to be pure sociopaths, profiting at every corner, at the expense of the European serfs. Its called European values.

Via Sputnik News Agency…

Speaking at a public meeting organized by the People’s Assembly in London, Varoufakis said that the Troika’s decision to reject the Syriza government’s anti-austerity reform proposals had nothing to do with economics.

“During my time working in the Eurozone, I encountered combinations of irrationality and evil that it would be impossible to make up. These creditors were using this method of imposing debt on a country knowing that they would never get it back. Why? It was a demonstration to show the Spanish people what will befall them if they vote in a government that doesn’t tow the line. It was brutal politics.”

Varoufakis, who resigned from the Syriza party in July, has been highly critical of the actions of Greece’s creditors — the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the European Central Bank (ECB) and the European Commission — for their insistence that Greece remained signed up to harsh austerity measures.

In particular, he accused German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble of bullying other leaders into supporting German-led proposals based on politics, rather than economic forecasting and evidence.

Following Varoufakis’ resignation, and despite a referendum where the Greek people voted against implementing more austerity, the Alexis Tsipras-led Syriza government finally agreed to a third Greek bailout worth $97 billion (€86bn).

However, many critics pointed out that despite anti-austerity protestations from Greece’s leader, the new bailout deal contained much harsher conditions for Greece to adhere to.

Varoufakis also paid tribute to Britain’s new Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn for pursuing an anti-austerity agenda, urging him, along with supporters Dianne Abbott and new shadow chancellor John McDonnell, not to be intimidated by the tactics of political opponents and some sections of the media.

“Your opponents, Diane, Jeremy, John, are going to use fear as their main instrument. They will say to you that a Corbyn government will push up the pound. This is what the systemic media will tell people in their living rooms.”

“Don’t fear them. People are perfectly capable of sifting through this. The people can overcome fear if the leadership overcomes fear,” Varoufakis added.

References:

http://sputniknews.com/europe/20150915/1027015915/Yanis-Varoufakis-austerity-Corbyn.html

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The psychopathic money-changing whores are Talmudic jooo scum that are a disease to humanity! These parasites needs to treated as such!

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It seems that the Greeks allowed all the refugees to pass through Greece in order to send a gift to Merkel for not helping Greece with the mess the Banksters have caused. So if the Germans will not help Greece; they can have 20,000 refugees per month. We’ll see how popular that sits with the German tax payers at the German elections. Payback is a bitch !

On top of US/NATO refugee blowback, the EU has to also pay the ever growing regime change bill of Ukraine

Varoufakis, ‘During my time working in the Eurozone, I encountered evil that would be impossible to make up’